For your convenience, we offer same day assessments at all of our outpatient offices from 8:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Click here to learn more.

Lifelong Recovery Program

Persons entering services more frequently have co-occurring substance usage and mental health problems as compared to persons with just a substance abuse diagnosis. Therefore, programming is designed, from the ground up, to accommodate people who have Substance Use Disorders in addition to other mental health diagnoses. The co-occurring disorder program considers both substance usage disorder and mental health issues simultaneously through various intensities of treatment.

Outpatient Substance Use Disorders Group Programs include: an Engagement Group, an Outpatient Treatment Group or Intensive Outpatient Treatment Group, and a two-stage Relapse Prevention program. We also provide individual counseling for Substance Use Disorders.

For your convenience, we offer same day assessments at all of our outpatient offices from 8:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Click here to learn more about same day assessments.

Service divisions within the Lifelong Recovery Program include:

  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT)
  • Relapse Prevention Group
  • Individual Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Opiate Agonist Treatment
  • Peer Recovery Services

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT)

As the most intensive outpatient treatment option, IOT is designed to assist consumers in acquiring the skills needed to maintain a successful recovery without substance use. This group meets three times per week, for three hours per day, for 12 weeks.

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Relapse Prevention Group

A less intensive alternative to IOT is the relapse prevention group. Individuals who graduate from IOT attend the relapse prevention group to meet the goals of their personal recovery plan. The relapse prevention group is intended to empower the individual with skills to prevent a return to previous addictive behaviors.

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Individual Substance Abuse Counseling

Some individuals receiving group-based substance abuse treatment may require additional support in the form of individual counseling. This treatment option may also be utilized as the best route of practice for some individuals.

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Opiate Agonist Treatment

To support an individual’s recovery from substance use, psychiatrists and APRNs can provide pharmacotherapy interventions to establish and support sobriety for a variety of substances including opioids, alcohol, nicotine and sedatives/hypnotics.

Peer Recovery Services

Peer recovery services are provided by Indiana Certified Recovery Specialists who self-identify as being in recovery. Through the role of being a peer mentor, Certified Recovery Specialists connect with persons served in regard to understanding recovery, overcoming barriers to engagement, and defining what recovery means on a personal level. For individuals in the Lifelong Recovery Program, Certified Recovery Specialists attend IOT sessions alongside group members as well as engage in peer support outside of group settings.

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