Welcome to Richmond IOP | Recovery Resources
We provide a wide range of outpatient treatment for adults with substance use disorders, and for the family members, friends, and others who are affected.
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A 90-minute personal assessment is the first step in starting your treatment. Together, you and a counselor will collaborate to gather and interpret information necessary for planning the best course of treatment.
Individual therapy is a collaborative process that helps a person's progress toward mutually determined treatment goals and objectives. Individual therapy is an option many clients choose to pursue after stepping down from the Intensive Outpatient Program. Clients may also enter individual counseling if the initial assessment indicates this would be the most effective form of treatment.
Please call us for more information. There is always hope!
Tuesdays: 4:30-5:30 PM or 5:30-6:30 PM
Thursdays: 12:30-1:30 PM
Aftercare is a mandatory requirement for all clients who have stepped down from the primary portion of treatment in the IOP. The aftercare groups last for up to six months or more. The goal of aftercare is to provide a supportive and structured setting to discuss relapsive thoughts and behaviors and to assist with developing new strategies to cope with life's stressors as they occur.
Family Education Group
Every Other Thursday 7:30-8:30 PM
The Family Education Group is open to significant others that have been affected by their loved one's addiction. This group addresses addiction as a family disease, looks at how the family has been affected, and provides a safe place for sharing and learning. The goal is to enhance self-care of those present. Available free of charge to loved ones and family of our IOP or EI clients.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
9 am to Noon -OR- 6 pm to 9 pm
Our IOP provides support and structure within a therapeutic group setting. Clients learn healthy ways to manage their lives without substances. Self-Examination exercises increase insight into how alcohol/other drugs have impacted life. Psycho-education offers data about substance use disorders along with a comprehensive understanding of how people can and do recover from addictions. The group process introduces recovery by providing peer support, acceptance, motivation, and accountability. Self-awareness, coping, and self-care skills are presented and practiced. Assessment, treatment planning, therapy and aftercare plans are individualized and address the whole person.
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Early Intervention Group
Thursdays from 6-7 pm
The Early Intervention Group (EI) is an education group designed for the individual who needs information about substance use disorders, chemical dependency, recovery-related issues, and who need new non-chemical coping skills. Drug screening and 12-Step attendance is mandatory and required.
Average length of stay is 16 weeks.