patient and doctor discussing an intensive outpatient programThe intensive outpatient program (IOP) at Paramount Recovery is similar to our partial hospitalization program. However, patients attending our IOP do not need to be medically monitored. Instead, our intensive outpatient program provides a full treatment schedule during the day while allowing patients to return to their homes or to sober living in the evenings.

At Paramount Recovery Centers, our therapists will evaluate each guest’s individual circumstances to be as accommodating as possible. Depending on your needs for recovery, we may recommend medication-assisted treatment (MAT) as part of your outpatient drug treatment program.

Medication-assisted treatment is not a cure for addiction, but it can be effective for patients with a strong motivation to stop using opiates who continue to relapse. If you have been considering an outpatient addiction treatment center for yourself or for a person you love, we invite you to consider Paramount Recovery.

Outpatient Addiction Treatment for Men and Women

Our women and men’s rehab programs provide support for substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and behavioral addictions. We offer substance abuse treatment programs, including:

  • Alcohol addiction treatment
  • Benzo addiction treatment
  • Cocaine addiction treatment
  • Heroin addiction treatment
  • Meth addiction treatment
  • Opioid addiction treatment
  • Prescription drug treatment

At Paramount Recovery, very few of our patients are addicted to only one substance. People often become chemically dependent when they use one drug to counteract the effects of another drug. If the effects of an opioid are too extreme, they may use a stimulant to counteract those effects. These decisions are initially based on a person’s decisions, but as the brain becomes reliant on a steady stream of psychoactive chemicals, it becomes a compulsion. Losing control of drug use is a sign that your life is taking a dangerous turn. Enrolling in a drug treatment program may be your best chance to live a life you can be proud of.

What to Expect When You Start Treatment

Our first priority is to make you feel as comfortable and welcome as possible upon your arrival when you enter treatment. Members of our caring and supportive treatment team will guide you through the administrative tasks. We understand that many people with drug and alcohol addiction may be coping with trauma, anger, guilt, or confusion. We will do our best to keep guests as comfortable as possible.

Paramount Recovery’s Family Program

If someone you love is struggling with their mental health or the effects of unresolved trauma, they may use substances to cope with that struggle. Addictive drugs change people’s brain chemistry, physical health, and personality until they are almost unrecognizable. It is easy to allow an unhealthy pattern of behavior from a person you love and care about—especially when you feel responsible for their pain or are unable to separate their struggles from your own. Our family program offers insight into the recovery process and offers skills, strategies, and support for family members of people suffering from substance use disorder.

What Is Codependency?

All relationships are codependent to a certain extent; we rely on other people, and they rely on us. Codependence becomes unhealthy when the love and support from one person prevent the other from taking the steps they need to take to live a full, healthy life. People who struggle with addiction usually need the support of their loved ones; however, when a person is in addiction recovery, support takes on a different meaning. Helping family members come to terms with this change is the essence of our family program at Paramount Recovery.

To learn more about our intensive outpatient or family program, contact Paramount Recovery by calling 000.000.0000.