Intensive Out Patient
Intensive Outpatient Program
IOP at ARC is a 12-week structured program that meets three days a week for three hours per day. Services are conducted in a group setting and are designed to address specific challenges encountered as you maintain sobriety. IOP includes an educational component, multi-family group therapy, and process groups. It is designed to work around busy lifestyles. As a participant in this program at ARC, you’ll have ongoing access to high-quality supports while integrating sobriety into your life.
Substance Abuse Education
Understanding the reasons that underlie drug and alcohol abuse, and knowing the way certain substances can affect the body – these are vital to your successful, long-term recovery. In this informative program, you will learn how family, social and professional relationships are impacted and even destroyed by addiction. Counseling may be included. Specific instructional sessions provide an opportunity to examine the root causes of addiction and how some of these may apply to you. This information helps you to understand and follow the solid, supportive recovery plan uniquely structured for you.
Substance Abuse Treatment
At ARC, treatment for addiction utilizes a comprehensive set of tools and strategies that address your identifiable strengths as well as any problems, challenges and deficits you may have. Evidence-based and administered by masters-level clinicians, treatment includes developing a plan structured specifically for you and designed by sequencing resources and activities that serve your needs. By setting important benchmarks to achieve, the plan provides a way to accurately evaluate your progress.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
CBT and REBT are forms of treatment that focus on examining the relationships between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Often called “talk therapy,” these techniques allow you, under the guidance of your therapist, to reveal to yourself many of the unconscious, negative beliefs you have that prompt you to drink alcohol or abuse drugs. Negative thoughts such as these often are why addicts attempting recovery fall into the lapse/relapse trap. In ARC’s CBT/REBT program, the goal is clear: As you “unlearn” powerful negative beliefs by revealing and addressing them, you are developing other thought processes that can lead to healthier activities and more positive perspectives on life.
Individual counseling includes face-to-face discussion between the client and a counselor/program specialist on issues identified in the client’s recovery or treatment plan. Individual counseling may Include spouses, parents, and other significant people when deemed beneficial to the client.
Group counseling includes face-to-face contact In which one or more counselors/program specialists provide discussion with two or more clients. focusing on the needs of clients served. Group counseling may include spouses. parents, and other significant people when deemed beneficial to the client.
Our Client-Centered Focus
At ARC, we identify and consider the individuality of each person who comes into our care. In keeping with this commitment, we offer evidence-based therapies and interventions that track to the needs and progress of each client, providing therapeutic modalities and resources that serve their specific goals. Examples of these are:
Individuals with two or more mental-health diagnoses follow treatment plans developed by licensed, experience mental-health clinicians able to coordinate therapies designed specifically for them. Mental Health issues most often treated along with addiction include:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Mood Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
ARC clients have the opportunity to participate in activities that reveal their strengths, engage their enthusiasm and build their confidence. Examples are equine services, yoga, qi gong, nature walks, etc.
When beneficial to the recovering addict, family members are invited to participate with their loved one in positive sessions facilitated by ARC’s expert family therapists.
Addiction can be difficult to beat, and relapse can sometimes occur. If it happens to you, consider this: Here at ARC, you’ve already locked onto your goal of recovery. And you’ve learned that you have the power to reach it – with help. The phrase “no one goes it alone” echoes its message now. It’s at the core of our ARC mission.
In our relapse program at ARC, you’ll examine what went wrong, work on strengthening what when right, and find the support you need to take one more brave step toward a life of sobriety. Because we know you. We know that’s where you are going.
We are here to help…