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  • Do you accept insurance, and what are the payment options for intensive outpatient treatment?
    We accept various insurance plans, and our admissions team can assist in verifying coverage. Additionally, we offer flexible payment options and financial assistance for those without insurance coverage. Please note, we do not accept Medi-cal patients in California currently.
  • Who is a good candidate for intensive outpatient treatment?
    IOP is suitable for individuals who require a higher level of support than traditional outpatient services but do not need 24-hour supervision. It's an excellent option for those with moderate addiction issues or as a step-down from residential treatment.
  • What credentials and qualifications do staff members have in the intensive outpatient clinic?
    Our staff includes licensed and credentialed professionals with expertise in addiction treatment, counseling, therapy, and medical care. We take a multidisciplinary approach to address the diverse needs of our participants.
  • What makes your intensive outpatient program different?
    Our IOP stands out for its flexible scheduling, evidence-based therapies, experienced and caring staff, and a supportive community. We prioritize individualized care and work with participants to develop personalized treatment plans.
  • Are family members involved in the intensive outpatient treatment process?
    Yes, family involvement is encouraged. We offer family therapy sessions and educational resources to help loved ones understand addiction, provide support, and contribute to the recovery process.
  • Can I continue working while in intensive outpatient treatment?
    Yes, one of the benefits of IOP is that it allows participants to maintain their daily commitments, including work or school, while receiving intensive treatment during specified hours.
  • What is the admission process like for intensive outpatient treatment?
    To start the admission process, individuals can contact us here, or call our Los Gatos team at (650) 331-0134. We'll conduct an assessment to determine the appropriate level of care and guide you through the necessary paperwork.
  • How do you handle relapse prevention in intensive outpatient treatment?
    Our program includes relapse prevention strategies, coping skills training, and ongoing support to empower individuals in maintaining sobriety. Participants also learn to identify triggers and develop a personalized plan for relapse prevention.
  • What types of addiction are treated in intensive outpatient programs?
    Our IOP’s are designed to address a range of substance use disorders, including alcohol, drugs, prescription medications, and behavioral addictions.
  • Is there drug testing in the intensive outpatient program?
    Yes, we may conduct periodic drug testing as part of our commitment to ensuring a safe and supportive treatment environment. This helps monitor progress and maintain accountability.
  • What is intensive outpatient treatment (IOP)?
    Intensive outpatient treatment is a structured, non-residential program that offers a comprehensive level of care for individuals dealing with substance use disorders. It involves a combination of therapy, counseling, and support while allowing participants to continue with their daily lives.
  • What support is available for dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders in intensive outpatient treatment?
    Our program is not equipped to address co-occurring disorders at this time.
  • How is confidentiality maintained in intensive outpatient treatment?
    We prioritize confidentiality and adhere to strict privacy policies. Information shared during treatment is kept confidential within legal and ethical boundaries.
  • What happens after completing intensive outpatient treatment?
    After completing the program, we provide aftercare planning, ongoing support, and resources to help individuals maintain their recovery. This may include continued outpatient therapy, support groups, and relapse prevention strategies.
  • What services are offered in an intensive outpatient program?
    Our IOP in both Los Gatos, CA includes group and individual therapy, counseling, psychoeducation, relapse prevention, and support group participation. Our programs are designed to address the unique needs of each participant. For more information on our treatments and services, click here.
  • How long does intensive outpatient treatment typically last?
    The duration of IOP varies as we cater to the needs of our individual client’s needs, but is typically eight weeks.
  • What is the admission process like?
    To start the admission process, individuals can contact our admissions team. This typically involves a confidential assessment to determine the most appropriate level of care. Once accepted, our team will guide you through the necessary paperwork and preparations for your stay.
  • How long does residential recovery typically last?
    The duration of residential recovery varies based on individual needs. On average, programs can range from 30 days to several months. The length is determined through ongoing assessments of progress and individualized treatment planning.
  • What makes your residential recovery program different?
    Our program stands out for its personalized approach, experienced and compassionate staff, evidence-based therapies, and commitment to long-term success. We prioritize individual needs and provide a supportive community for healing.
  • What amenities and accommodations are provided?
    Our residential facility offers comfortable living arrangements, nutritious meals, recreational spaces, and various amenities, including an onsite organic farming component to ensure a supportive and healing environment during your stay.
  • What credentials and qualifications do staff members have?
    Our staff consists of licensed and credentialed professionals with expertise in addiction treatment, counseling, therapy, and medical care. We prioritize a multidisciplinary approach to address the diverse needs of our clients.
  • Is there a follow-up or alumni program?
    Yes, we have a robust alumni program that provides ongoing support, networking opportunities, and events. Staying connected with our community can contribute to sustained recovery beyond the residential program.
  • How do you handle relapse prevention?
    Our program includes relapse prevention strategies, coping skills training, and ongoing support to empower individuals in maintaining sobriety. We also offer resources for continued support after leaving the program.
  • What happens after completing the residential program?
    After completing the program, we offer aftercare services, ongoing support, and assistance in transitioning back to daily life through our Intensive Outpatient program also located in Los Gatos.
  • What types of addictions are treated in residential recovery programs?
    Our program is designed to address a wide range of substance use disorders, including but not limited to alcohol, drugs, prescription medications, and behavioral addictions.
  • Can I visit the facility before enrolling?
    Yes, we encourage potential clients and their families to schedule a tour of our facility. This provides an opportunity to see the environment, meet the staff, and ask any additional questions. Call us at (650) 331-0134 to schedule a tour.
  • What is residential recovery?
    Residential recovery is a form of treatment where individuals live on-site in a supportive environment designed to address addiction. It provides intensive therapy, counseling, and a structured routine to facilitate lasting recovery.
  • What services are offered in a residential recovery program?
    Our program includes individual and group therapy, counseling, educational sessions, recreational activities, and support group participation. We tailor our services to address the unique needs of each individual.
  • Do you accept insurance, and what are the payment options?
    We accept various insurance plans, and our admissions team can assist in verifying coverage. Additionally, we offer flexible payment options and financial assistance for those without insurance coverage. At this time, however, we do not accept Medi-cal patients.
  • Are family members involved in the recovery process?
    Yes, family involvement is encouraged. We offer family therapy sessions and educational resources to help loved ones understand addiction, provide support, and contribute to the recovery process.
  • Who is a good candidate for residential recovery?
    Residential recovery is recommended for individuals with moderate to severe substance use disorders or those who require a highly structured and immersive treatment environment. It's suitable for those who may struggle with maintaining sobriety in their home environment.
  • How is confidentiality maintained?
    We take confidentiality seriously and adhere to strict privacy policies. All information shared during treatment is kept confidential within legal and ethical boundaries.

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