Intensive Outpatient TreatmentIOP and PHP Recovery Services
Intensive Outpatient Treatment | IOP and PHP Recovery Options
There are a multitude of options available for those in need of addiction or alcoholism treatment services, and even more so when considering local areas such as Phoenix or Scottsdale, Arizona. In cases where a person does not have the freedom or the need to enter a residential/inpatient drug rehab setting, there exists another option called “Intensive Outpatient Treatment,” also commonly referred to as “IOP.”
Outpatient treatment is a wonderful alternative to inpatient in cases when work, school or family responsibilities prevent the individual from essentially being able to check out of life for a period of time. In example, AARC works very closely with a number of organizations throughout the Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ regions as a means for providing reputable outpatient treatment options for their employees with substance abuse issues. This enables the individual to continue working while simultaneously receiving the necessary treatment services for their drug and/or alcohol addiction. We also deal with many similar scenarios in cases of college students or even homemakers with children to care for.
For those needing a higher level of clinical care than is offered in IOP, but also require greater scheduling flexibility than is offered in traditional inpatient settings, AARC offers a “Partial Hospitalization Program,” also commonly referred to as “PHP.” In essence, PHP would best be described as a lighter version of traditional inpatient/residential drug rehab. In this case the patient will take part in a similar full-time addiction treatment regimen, however, their off hours and living situations consist of a structured sober living environment. This affords them various levels of “come-and-go” flexibility during off hours. Such arrangements are always on a case by case basis and largely contingent on how the individual is progressing in their overall treatment program, as well as their unique outside responsibilities.
More Information on PHP and IOP Treatment Elements
- Both PHP as well as our Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs accept most PPO health insurance plans
- AARC offers structured housing locations for PHP treatment clients throughout the areas of both Phoenix as well as Scottsdale, Arizona
- All of our PHP and IOP patients receive the same Joint Commission Approved quality care as our residential inpatient clients
- Our intensive outpatient treatment programs are effective for all matters involving drug addiction, alcoholism and other variations of substance abuse related issues
- Clients enrolled in these recovery programs are young adults 18-35 and those in the 35+ age group
There is quite a bit more that could be said about our outpatient treatment programs as well as the many options and flexibilities that exist. Whether you are a working professional, a college student, a homemaker or anyone else with unique scheduling limitations, the freedom to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction should not be hindered in lieu to life’s responsibilities. At Arizona Addiction Recovery Center we hold firm to the belief that customizing a patient’s treatment plan must always be among the foremost imperatives when operating an effective treatment center.
Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) and PHP treatment at AARC is geared to provide the absolute finest in substance abuse recovery while affording varied levels of outside freedoms. If this approach matches yours or your loved one’s needs, we highly encourage you to give us a call 24/7 at (888) 512-1705 or send us an inquiry using the contact form on this page. For those with PPO health insurance, we also invite you to speed things up by submitting your information via our health insurance verification form.
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