Rebuilt Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

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What is IOP at Rebuilt?

Intensive Outpatient (IOP) at Rebuilt Treatment and Recovery consists of group therapy 3-5 days weekly for three-hour sessions. There will also bi-weekly individual therapy sessions with an assigned Substance Use Disorder Professional. This level of care is a perfect step down for individuals that have completed an Inpatient or PHP program and are returning to full time employment. Intensive outpatient allows individuals to stay in a supportive environment multiple days a week while offering enough free time to use the tools and coping mechanisms in their return to a stable and normal life.

Specific Benefits To Our IOP Program

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Case Management

Case Management with Rebuilt will be starting the process of helping clients seek and obtain gainful employment and housing before completing treatment. One of the main objectives for someone going through the PHP/IOP program with Rebuilt will be to successfully manage working a job, and the stress that comes with dealing with life on life’s terms.

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Employment Resources

While an individual is enrolled in treatment with Rebuilt, they have full access to the facility during business hours to apply for jobs or build/add to an existing resume. Weekly job postings are also available throughout the facility to help educate job seekers on the positions available in the community.

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Rebuilt Treatment and Recovery will provide transportation to and from treatment and 24/7 housing to individuals enrolled in IOP services. Individuals in the housing and IOP program with Rebuilt, will be required to have or seek full or part time employment during hours they are not required to be at the facility.

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Life Skills

One of the many ways RTR will help clients with life skills is by teaching them how to communicate effectively and learning how to deal with thoughts and emotions in a healthy and beneficial way.

Process Group

Being a part of a process group at RTR allows feedback, perspective, and accountability from peers and helps challenge one another on negative beliefs and behaviors, while providing support and encouragement to make positive changes.

Relapse Prevention

Relapse Prevention is a crucial aspect of addiction treatment focusing on identifying triggers, developing coping strategies, and creating a supportive environment to minimize the risk of relapse.