Services at Insight Recovery Centers occur on a continuum of care. Our clients may “step down” from intensive levels of treatment such a detoxification, hospitalization, residential treatment, or sober living. They may also be starting treatment for the first time.
Although treatment typically lasts for about twelve weeks with therapy provided three times a week, we recognize treatment as an individualized path toward recovery. Insight offers a variety of treatment modalities including individual, group, family, multi-family, case management and couples therapy. We also offer less frequent, long term, continued care through relapse prevention services. IRC coordinates with other professionals such as nutritionists, psychiatric and psychological services.
Give us a call. If we don’t answer someone will call you back within a few hours. We will get information about what you or your loved one is experiencing. We will answer your questions and tell you about the options that we can provide. If we are not the right fit, we have a referral network who can assist you. You can usually schedule a first appointment within 48 hours. There are no waitlists to get help.
An experienced therapist in mental health, drug/alcohol, and process addictions will complete an evaluation and determine a level of care based on American Society of Addiction Medicine criteria. If you need a more intense (detoxification, hospitalization, residential) or less intense type of treatment (individual therapy, education) we will connect you to providers that we have had success with over the years.
Intensive Outpatient Program
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is traditionally three hours a day, three times a week for an average of twelve weeks. Insight offers a day time and evening program to accommodate work and school schedules. The Intensive Outpatient Program may include educational and psychotherapy groups as well individual, family, and couples therapy.
During the Intensive Outpatient Program phase of treatment, you will develop an individualized treatment plan in conjunction with your therapist. In addition to group therapy, you may also have weekly individual therapy, family/couples therapy, and case management sessions to review your progress. If necessary, you can meet with a psychiatrist of nurse practitioner to discuss the benefits or medication to treat any mental health symptoms or use Medication Assisted Treatment to assist with withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
We offer an individualized approach to this phase. You will develop a personalized relapse prevention plan that identifies your support network, healthy activities to maintain balance, relapse warning signs, and how to maintain your progress. Relapse prevention is not just for those pursuing total abstinence. You can learn how to reduce the amount, frequency, intent, and impact of your alcohol use utilizing principles from alcohol moderation. Tools for managing mental health symptoms and process addictions will also be addressed.
Studies repeatedly show that people have the best outcomes the longer they remain in treatment. The intensity and frequency should gradually decrease. Many chose to continue monthly individual therapy and families may elect to continue drug/alcohol screening to increase trust and accountability. Please download the Client Handbook below.