Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at AspenRidge Recovery Fort Collins
An intensive outpatient rehab is a great treatment option for someone who’s serious about getting clean but would like some flexibility.
Intensive outpatient program (IOP) rehab is a bit different than an inpatient rehab. One of the main differences is the amount of treatment sessions the patient has to go to. An outpatient rehab often has patients attend just a few hours of treatment on a weekly basis, whereas inpatient rehabs require the client to stay at the facility for their entire treatment program, which is usually around 28 days.
Any type of outpatient rehab is a recovery treatment option for those who struggle with drug or alcohol addiction. IOP and outpatient rehabs accept addicts that don’t yet need to undergo the process of residential treatment. Outpatient rehabs are more flexible with their schedules and locations than inpatient rehabs.