Intensive Outpatient Treatment for addiction recovery is the next step “down” after a partial hospitalization program. It is a program that our clients attend in person, five days a week four to six hours per day, and then can return to home, work, school, etc.

Call us today at (609) 622-5101 or click here to use your insurance benefits to pay for intensive outpatient treatment at our New Jersey center.

What is an IOP Treatment Program?

The goal of an IOP addiction rehab program is to help you lay the foundation for long-term recovery. IOP programs help people suffering from substance use disorder become independent and confident in their sobriety as they resume their usual day-to-day activities.

This type of program is ideal for people who still want and need support as they recover but also need time to devote to careers, education and family. They are uniquely suited for professionals, teachers and first responders, but almost anyone can benefit from intensive outpatient therapy. IOPs are also a wise treatment choice for people who may have relapsed in the past and who have the foundational tools for recovery but need or want intensive support.

An IOP addiction treatment program in New Jersey provides ongoing support for a long-term recovery


If you are interested in learning more about how our IOP can help you or someone you love recover, call our caring team today.

Which Conditions Can Be Treated at An IOP Addiction Treatment Program in New Jersey?

An intensive outpatient treatment program at a drug and alcohol rehab center can help you recover from nearly any type of substance use disorder, including that for alcoholism, or drug addiction including heroin, methamphetamines, and prescription drugs like opioids and benzodiazepines.

Additionally, a person diagnosed with a substance use disorder and another mental or behavioral health condition is known to have a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring disorders can be effectively treated with dual diagnosis therapy in an IOP.

Conditions that may be treated in an IOP include:

Depression and Anxiety

Mental health conditions such as depression, OCD, panic disorders and generalized anxiety disorders can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life. These often occur alongside substance use disorders, and IOPs can help treat both problems concurrently.

Trauma and PTSD

Trauma can occur from any number of events, both large and small. For some people, trauma can lead to long-term mental health issues. Trauma is the result of a terrible event, while PTSD is an anxiety disorder that can develop after trauma has occurred. Our addiction treatment center is uniquely equipped to help treat people dealing with trauma and/or PTSD.

Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are a type of mental illness that can affect your emotions, thoughts, and behavior. There are several different types of mood disorders, including major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and dysthymia.

Ready to Take Control of Your Life?

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction or any of the mental health conditions mentioned, our Intensive Outpatient Program in New Jersey is here to help. Get the comprehensive care you need to start your journey to recovery. Contact us today to learn more about our tailored treatment programs and begin your path to healing.

What To Expect From an IOP

Our intensive outpatient program in New Jersey is tailored to the needs of the individual. There are many things to consider when developing a treatment plan like age, gender, background, your specific substance use disorder, dual diagnosis, whether you’ve been in rehab before, the reasons you started using substances and more.

While individual treatment programs differ, services that are included in an IOP may consist of:

Individual Therapy

Group Therapy

Support Group Meetings like Alcoholics Anonymous

Medication Management

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Family Therapy

Trauma-Informed Therapy

Case Management


Recreational Therapy (art, music, etc)

What Happens After an IOP Substance Abuse Program?

The length of your IOP rehab program will depend upon your treatment program but can last anywhere from four to twelve weeks based on the level of support. After completing your intensive outpatient program in New Jersey, you can have the option of joining an outpatient program that meets less frequently, or another aftercare program that lets you stay plugged into the recovery community.

Your support team at Greenbranch Recovery is always available if you ever feel you need additional support.

IOP treatment is ideal for people with dual diagnosis who live in New Jersey

How To Get Started With an IOP

If you are ready to start an intensive outpatient alcohol or drug rehab program in New Jersey, contact Greenbranch Recovery today at 609-622-5101 or click here to use your insurance benefits for intensive outpatient treatment.

You may be ready for an IOP if:

You recently completed detox

You recently completed a residential rehab or PHP program

You have a safe, stable and supportive living environment

You have recently suffered a relapse in your recovery

You need treatment for a dual diagnosis

Call our intake specialists today if you think you’re a candidate for an IOP in New Jersey. Our caring team can help answer your questions and can help make an assessment about what type of treatment program is right for you.

Get Help at Our IOP in New Jersey

At Greenbranch Recovery, we treat the whole person, helping them lay the groundwork for long-term recovery. Our Intensive outpatient program is personalized to the needs of the individual and is designed to provide the level of support needed based on their situation and circumstance. Contact us today at 609-622-5101 to learn more about our treatment center or feel free to fill out our insurance verification form, and we will be in touch with you shortly about your treatment options.