The Alpha 180 Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers clients a deeper submerge into therapeutic issues during the early stages of recovery. Our clinician-facilitated group meets 3 times per week for 3 hours per session.
Clients will benefit from peer and staff support as they process the emotions of this transitionary stage of their recovery journey. Be it family dynamics, healthy friendship development, having fun sober, or managing responsibility, licensed clinicians collaboratively guide the clients. The group setting offers clients a safe place to develop relationships with like-minded peers on similar paths.
Our IOP curriculum balances emotional processing, recovery education, and goal-setting to create an individualized experience specific to recovering young adults. Furthermore, all IOP clients receive weekly individual therapy, as well as access to the Clubhouse and sober events.
In early recovery, clinical support and structure are pivotal. The Alpha 180 Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) meets 5 days per week to aid clients newly sober or transitioning from a residential treatment setting. The frequency of meetings facilitates relationship-building between peers and staff to provide a strong foundation to begin recovery.
Early sobriety can be overwhelming. Educational groups collaboratively support clients in setting achievable academic and vocational goals, providing a strong sense of purpose and direction. Clinicians focus on helping build resilience and relationships to launch into life in sobriety.
Clients typically participate in the PHP program for 2 weeks before transitioning into our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
FAMILY & INDIVIDUAL
The client will receive an initial assessment with a licensed, master’s level clinician to collaboratively identify their goals for therapy. Specializing in treating collegiate-aged individuals, the clinician will employ appropriate modalities with an emphasis on emotional safety to process challenges that may be affecting true joy. Anxiety, depression, and fear are common stumbling blocks to students in recovery and through connection and insights therapy can uncover new approaches to life.
Addiction is a disease that affects the entire family and we offer family therapy to help identify and enact healthy communication and boundaries to aid in the recovery of the entire family system. Through shared goals, parents will find relief in their newfound relationship with their young adult child while the student experiences a sense of healthy independence.