Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is meant for people who are not in need of inpatient treatment and have moderate to mild symptoms. Therefore IOP programs are mostly recommended as a subsequent stage for patients who have left the inpatient facility or are stepping down from the more intensive PHP given that the symptoms identified and monitored are under control, implying that you might only be in need of support structure.
IOP allows adhering to your treatment program after regaining the confidence to begin a new sober life, with just the right amount of support. Many IOP –affiliate programs encourage participants to engage in a 12-step program to help streamline their path to sobriety. Your insurance cover limits also play a vital role in determining the extent of IOP. IOP programs usually last approximately 3-4 hours per day, 3-5 days a week.
If you need FREE help please contact the National Helpline about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, treatment, and recovery in English and Spanish.
IS IOP PROGRAM RIGHT FOR YOU?
Sometimes people may ask why their IOP program is not working. Is it that the psychiatrist/therapist incompetent? Often, the answer to this question is that the symptoms of the person receiving care are too severe for the level of care that they are engaging with. At Lifescape, we provide individual therapy, group therapy, telehealth, case monitoring, solution-focused brief therapy, behavioral therapies, acceptance& commitment therapy, medication management & psychodynamic therapy. Our IOP and PHP programs offer morning, afternoon, or evening options. Start your treatment as soon as the same day!
PHP VS IOP: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
If you do not have prior knowledge of how to seek a suitable treatment for your mental health or addiction problem, it is easy to fall into the dilemma of which treatment is right for you. You begin to hear all sorts of medical jargon about “residential treatment”, “inpatient care”, “day treatment”, “IOP programs”, “aftercare“, “PHP vs IOP“,“advantages of PHP” and others. It might be overwhelming and daunting. What is an IOP program, what is a PHP program, and what’s the difference?
Although some addicts do recognize the problems their addiction has created and seek treatment and recovery on their own, this is not the case with everyone.
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WHY DO PATIENTS CHOOSE LIFESCAPE RECOVERY?
Mental Health Focus
We focus on mental health & co-occurring disorders treatments
Mental Health Focus
We focus on co-occurring disorders and mental health treatments
We deliver a high level of individualized care
Experienced & Compassion Staff
We have over one hundred years of cumulative experience & a high success rate
Group & Individual Therapy
We are highly-skilled professionals, dedicated to providing exceptional care
We provide evidence-based case management
Enjoy safe environment where you can focus on recovery & healthy lifestyle
We accept most private & corporate insurances
We offer options to connect with people at all stages of recovery
Madison Lees Los Angeles
Very professional mental health clinic in LA with highly trained clinicians who truly care about their patients’’ well-being. I look forward to seeing them on a weekly basis. Highly recommend it to anyone seeking in-person or online outpatient mental health services, IOP and PHP programs in Los Angeles!
Brian McDowell West Hollywood
Lifescape Mental Health Treatment in Los Angeles helped save my life. The mental health IOP and PHP therapists are the most professional and accommodating people I have ever met. My anxiety and depression has been helped tremendously by the People at this Los Angeles Facility. Wish I could give 10 stars
Jordan Newsome LA
Such an amazing mental health treatment center! They treat depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction/substance abuse and I’m plenty more! I seriously recommend.
Kevin Valis Pasadena