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Reasons Why Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Transforms Patients’ Lives

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Intensive outpatient programs are highly effective treatment programs that are used to treat a wide range of disorders. Some common ill conditions IOP addresses are addictions, eating disorders, or any other harmful habits that don’t need frequent detoxification. 

An IOP lets patients live with their daily life and perform all normal activities. Compared to residential programs where patients need to stay at the site, IOP lets clients live at their homes. IOP is an effective way to establish support mechanisms to assist clients in providing coping strategies and offer relapse management. 


Why Does the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Transforms Patients’ Lives?

IOPs are a result-driven and vital phase of well-being care for clients who seek help to quit any addiction. For many clients, getting treatment in hospitals can feel intimidating, and hence, IOPs turn out to be the best solution to transform a client’s life. 

It helps clients recover from their addiction much faster as it’s a stress-free process backed with the highest level of care. IOP transforms clients’ lives as they don’t have to compromise their personal and professional commitments and still can recover faster. 

According to Johns Hopkins, 26% of Americans 18 and older have a kind of mental disorder in a given year, so focusing on treatment like IOP or others becomes inevitable. 

The power of intensive treatment with the flexibility of living at home and leading an everyday life is the main gist of IOPs. Ideal clients who opt for IOP have a safe home environment, making it easier for family members to support them. 

At Glendora Recovery Center, we’ve made the treatment flexible. Clients can even attend the sessions on the weekends to ensure their work schedule remains the same. In addition, we offer flexible and client-centric 30, 60, and 90-day treatment options based on the client’s condition. 

IOPs are not recommended for severe addictions, but clients with slight mild addiction or an attraction towards a bad habit can opt and get rid of it. 

What Can Clients Expect from These Programs?

Our intensive outpatient program tackles a wide range of the client’s physical, psychological, and social aspects. We have carefully designed dedicated IOPs for different addictions to ensure the core focus remains on the fundamental problem. 

Our process to begin with IOP is simple, safe, and more interactive. First, you need to contact our administrative office to schedule an appointment. Next, you will meet one of our highly-trained intake experts on the appointment day to further guide you. 

Our specialists will help you develop an effective treatment plan that will let you overcome the addiction seamlessly. 

Once your dedicated treatment plan is made, you need to attend your scheduled meetings and support groups for the healing exercises. Then, depending on an individual’s analysis, our experts suggest a suitable duration, and meanwhile, when you undergo training, you can live your life like anybody else. 

IOPWith every progressing day, you will notice the change within you and the complete transformation that’s making you feel more productive. In addition, with every week passing, the IOP program will make you more confident and comfortable to bond with your family, community, and colleagues. 



Final Thoughts

Intensive Outpatient Program IOP is a powerful and result-focused program that helps clients to transform their lives. At Glendora Recovery Center, our experts consult every client one-on-one to bring the best results. Call us at (626) 263-5543 today to know more.

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Dr. Moses Nasser, MD
Dr. Moses Nasser, MD

Dr. Moses Nasser has a double board certification in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. His experience in addiction medicine goes back to when he started meditating in medical school over 20 years ago. The adventure of spiritual growth that followed led to the study and use of holistic healing, music for meditation and healing, guided meditation, and guided imagery, and understanding the deep physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual reasons that we turn to addictive substances and behaviors. This led to a medical weight loss practice where he integrated a complete mindfulness program for emotional eating and food addiction.

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