We accept most PPO and private cash rates. We currently do not accept medical.

How Does A Court-Ordered IOP Help In Reducing Crime

A court-ordered IOP is a particular type of probation given to offenders who have committed certain crimes. The IOP is an intensive probation program that requires the offender to complete a set of conditions designed to help the offender rehabilitate and avoid future criminal activity. A court can decide if an offender is eligible for …

Top Signs You Might Need To Consider IOP For Teens

The issues of addiction and mental health are often spoken about in hushed tones. It is because they are both complex issues to broach and even harder to deal with. Families dealing with addiction or mental health issues in their homes need to consider IOP for teens so they can recover faster. It often becomes …

Why Is Our IOP Treatment A Great Alternative For Teens?

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) for teens is a treatment method that allows patients to live at home and dedicate a significant portion of each day to overcoming their addiction. When a patient is ready to make the necessary changes in their life and is provided with the appropriate resources, this mode of treatment can …

Is Our IOP for Teens a Good Fit for Your Child?

For teenagers who don’t need medically supervised detox, our intensive outpatient program (IOP) for teens is one of the best alternatives at Glendora Recovery Center. You can receive therapy at our facility throughout the day, nights, or weekends while still taking part in your regular daily activities (such as going to school or working). On …

A Day at Our IOP for Teens

Anyone who has ever chosen to receive addiction treatment services for a drug or alcohol addiction has questioned whether a typical day in rehab even exists. Although many drug and alcohol rehab centers provide comparable services, what happens when you enroll in an addiction treatment center depends on a different number of variables, including the …