By Nicole Arzt, Ms Lmft/ In Addiction Recovery
Original Source: soberlink.com
Substance use disorders impact approximately 10% of American adults at some point in their lives.
Unfortunately, a lack of sufficient and effective treatment continues to be a pervasive, societal problem. While awareness of addiction tends to be increasing, it can still be challenging to understand (and locate) professional help. Here’s a look at Intensive Outpatient Treatment, an approach to treatment that accommodates and supports the patient’s road to recovery.
What Is Intensive Outpatient Treatment?
An intensive outpatient treatment program (IOP) refers to a level of care used to treat addiction. While this care varies…click here to continue reading