Our mental health (MH)/ substance use (SU) 1:1 counseling will be offered daily, while IOP group counseling for adults will be offered offered 4 days a week (M, W, F, and SAT), while IOP group counseling for youth will be offered 2 days per week (T, TH) as the developmental stages and needs of teens require a different treatment approach than adults. As discussed earlier, IOP treatment is helpful for learning about the cycle of addiction and the impact on mental illness and vice versa, understanding your 3 P’s (predisposing, precipitation, & perpetuating), and incorporating CBT with a strong readiness and confidence for change across the 12-Step journey of recovery. MH/SU 1:1 counselors work hand-in-hand with the group counselors to ensure a continuity of care occurs, as well as actively communicates with providers across acute residential and inpatient treatment.
Before IOP begins, a comprehensive co-occurring assessment occurs, as well as a family intake of enrolled clients to assess the family system, the dynamics that have served to either promote or hinder recovery, how best to reach and maintain the right balance of accountability, boundaries, and love (ABL) skills.
Clients needing a higher level of care may need services offered through our sober living/acute residential program. If this service is recommended, adult clients will undergo a 72-hour detox followed by acute residential treatment during a 14-day stay. These services would include:
Clients requiring a higher level of care than intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) or sober living/acute residential treatment would also undergo a 72-hour detox, followed by travel to our inpatient facility in Island Park, Idaho (25 min from Yellowstone). Inpatient services over 28 days include:
*Families and friends will be invited out to celebrate graduation day, followed by tours of the Yellowstone Park (if in season) or other activities (e.g., skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, river rafting, etc.).