Intensive Outpatient Program Glendale AZ Services

Discover How Intensive Outpatient Program Glendale AZ Services Can Help You Or Your Loved One

Purpose Healing Offers Convenient IOP Options for Glendale

Do you need professional outpatient help with substance use disorders or mental health challenges? Are you on your phone searching for the term intensive outpatient program Glendale, AZ? If you answered yes to either one of those, you might feel ready to begin meaningful mental health recovery and freedom from alcohol and drugs!

But you might wonder where to get this comprehensive outpatient treatment…without it dominating your entire life or going to residential treatment. That’s where intensive outpatient programs are helpful.

Purpose Healing Center, with two locations near Glendale, AZ (Phoenix and Scottsdale), is a leader in mental health care as a stand-alone diagnosis or when it co-occurs with substance use. We are a Joint Commission-accredited treatment program, a designation that means we exceed industry standards. Each client who entrusts us with their car receives an effective treatment program that supports holistic well-being.

Keep reading to discover why we are a top treatment center in Arizona…and how our intensive outpatient treatment options support the healing process!

Intensive Outpatient Program Glendale Services for Mental Health Disorders

Many people incorrectly assume that mental health issues require residential treatment options. It’s not intentional – most get that idea from the dramatic images on movie screens and urban legends. But the reality is that outpatient mental health care is the most frequent option and incredibly effective.

At Purpose Healing Center, we offer Intensive Outpatient Programs that can help heal many mental health disorders, with or without addiction. Here are some common mental health needs we can usually address in outpatient mental health:

  • Depression, including Bipolar Disorder and major depressive symptoms
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), CPTSD, and healing trauma
  • Eating disorders, including bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, and disordered eating behaviors
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Mood disorders
  • Personality disorders

Many mental health issues, especially when clients are not in an active crisis and are at a low risk of self-harm or hurting others, can receive counseling and treatment in an intensive outpatient program.

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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Substance Use Disorders

Substance use brings chaos and tragedy into the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans each year. The current uptick in drug abuse in Glendale, Arizona, and the greater Phoenix area is part of that bigger national picture. Like any other mental illness, a substance use disorder can benefit from therapy and a custom treatment plan at Purpose Healing Center.

If you’ve been doing some online searches, you might now have wondered about the differences between an IOP and partial hospitalization programs (PHP). Here are some things that differentiate them:

  • The intensive outpatient program (IOP): gives evidence-based therapy and support but requires the least time commitment. Clients attend therapy for approximately nine hours weekly. allowing individuals to balance recovery with life. It’s often the only option for many adults, including college students, parents, or busy professionals. Insurance plans love this option, and you will have lower (if any) out-of-pocket costs after insurance coverage is applied to IOP.
  • Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): are more intense than IOPs. Partial hospitalization clients receive a focused course of treatment five days per week for up to six hours each day and have structured daily routines. Insurance plans also cover this therapy.

Both outpatient services can help recovery from a substance use disorder. Please call us for guidance if you have questions about the IOP or PHP option. Speaking with us is free and confidential. We can help you develop a strategy.

Co-Occurring Disorders Require a Holistic Approach

Having an addiction to drugs or alcohol alongside mental health issues means taking a broad, holistic approach to recovery. Treating the addiction without addressing the mental health part of the picture is like bailing water out of a boat without plugging the leak. Making a seaworthy boat again requires a safe return to the shoreline and fixing the leak.

Our mental health professionals will help you discover why you use alcohol or drugs as coping skills. You will have psychotherapy (individual therapy and group therapy sessions) and behavioral health sessions to gain the life skills you need for long-term recovery. Your intensive outpatient treatment plan will address your co-occurring disorders and be custom-tailored to meet your mental health and overall wellness needs.

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Our Treatment Methods to Overcome Addiction and Gain Resilience

Yoga and holistic treatment

Long-lasting recovery means building resilience, which empowers individuals to replace drug and alcohol use or other poor coping skills with positive responses that support overall well-being. We provide support to all who come to us for an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

However, our care coordinators and medical staff work hard to deliver therapy in a way that will be most effective for each person. Everyone’s treatment programs will look a little different, but most will include the following services:

Medication Management and MAT During IOP at Purpose

Some people need prescriptions to help them manage physical or mental health issues. That can be a delicate balancing act between the need to rid the body of chemicals and receiving appropriate treatment for mental health or medical conditions. For instance, imagine someone has a personality disorder.

They’ve quit self-medicating and will continue in-person counseling after rehab. But they also need medication as treatment. Our experienced team will guide you through the process of medication management. We will help solve your current health needs without triggering a new addiction.

Does an IOP Offer Counseling and Behavioral Therapy?

Psychotherapy is key to successful recovery and a fresh chance at life. Some likely evidence-based treatment methods you’ll experience at Purpose Healing Center are:

  • Individual therapy: This time with a counselor is the heart of recovery. You’ll discuss your relationship with illicit substances and work through your emotions during recovery- from depression to joy.
  • Group therapy sessions: You’ll work with your peers at Purpose Healing Center, building social skills and getting clean and sober together.
  • Family therapy: This treatment zeroes in on restoring familial relationships, often damaged by addiction. It also helps educate family members about addiction, teaching them to be patient and compassionate along the way.
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): Reshaping your behaviors to avoid substances is key to avoiding relapse after you leave therapy. Dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy are two of these tools.
  • Yoga and holistic treatment options: You might also take advantage of the opportunity to learn yoga, a physical practices that transcends into the spiritual realm.

You will work with highly skilled therapists at both our Phoenix or Scottsdale detox and treatment centers.

Making Successful Transitions: Counseling and Aftercare

Counseling and Aftercare

Moving from Intensive Outpatient Programs back to a daily routine requires careful planning and forethought. Transitions counseling, or aftercare planning, involves working with your therapists to develop a program to help you stay accountable and be patient with yourself after you leave the IOP.

The support services you intend to use back home in Glendale following rehab treatment will specifically meet your needs. No plans are identical, as all adults have different responsibilities and lifestyles. However, the following are some typical plans that will provide continued structure after the Intensive Outpatient Program:

Committing to a Healthy Eating and Exercise Program

Many enjoy the predictable daily routine of the Intensive Outpatient Program. An aftercare plan can be highly structured, including healthy meal planning and blocking out time for light yoga or other enjoyable exercises each day.

As your addiction or mental illness heals, your body will also grow stronger and more resilient. The transformation is a joy to watch and is a huge part of why we love what we do at Purpose.

Seek Glendale Area Support Programs (AA, NA, SMART Recovery meetings)

Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and SMART Recovery are super helpful community services. NA and AA are well-known 12-step programs, while SMART is a behavioral science-based program. Each is highly effective and free. They can essentially replace your group therapy within your local community.

Here are a few AA Meetings in Glendale, Arizona – click here to find the complete list:

  • Sunday 8 am: Fellowship Hall, 8910 N. 43rd Avenue, #102, Glendale, Arizona
  • Tuesday 7 pm: St. John’s Episcopal Church 4102 W. Union Hills Drive, Glendale, Arizona
  • Thursday 9 pm: Fellowship Hall, 8910 N. 43rd Avenue, #102, Glendale, Arizona
  • Friday 12:15 pm: Hope Chapel, 17417 N. 63rd Avenue, Glendale, Arizona

Below are NA Meetings in Glendale, Arizona – click here for a complete list:

  • Monday 11 am: Bonsall Park, 5821 W. Bethaney Home Road, Glendale, Arizona
  • Monday 7 pm: Our Savior’s Lutheran Chruch, 1212 East Glendale Avenue, Phoenix
  • Thursday 7 pm: Mission Bell United Methodist Church, 4645 West Bell Road, Glendale, AZ
  • Saturday 10 am: Glendale Christian Church, 9661 N. 59th Avenue, Glendale, AZ

SMART Recovery programs are more limited than AA and NA, but you have several options within a short drive – click here to learn more about the SMART program online services and other locations. Here are a couple nearby:

  • Monday, 10 pm: Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix, 327 W. Rio Salado Parkway West, Mesa.
  • Tuesday 9:30 pm: Community of Grace Lutheran Church, 10561 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Peoria.
  • Saturday 12:30 pm: Unity of Phoenix Church, 1500 E. Greenway Parkway, Phoenix

None of these programs are officiailly “treatment” or “group therapy,” but they are nevertheless incredible to attend.

Embracing Daily Interactions and Connections With Family Members

Your parents, children, siblings, and other family members probably felt betrayed, especially if you declined their love and support while in active addiction. In most cases (though certainly not all, as some family members can be toxic) it is time to put that in the past and renew those bonds.

Many people include checking in with loved ones and friends who will hold them accountable daily. A quick text or call can be the motivation needed to continue to stay free of alcohol and illicit substances.

Connect with Purpose for Your Customized IOP Today

An addiction to substances requires skilled treatment and support to reverse the cycle and have a chance at a fresh start in life. The skills you will learn in therapy can help you stop abusing substances once and for all. Our team is here to guide your recovery process and provide support services if you are ready for an effective outpatient program.

We are Joint Commission accredited and close to Glendale, Arizona. Our two Phoenix area locations are just a short commute away. Let’s connect today for a better tomorrow!

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