Iop Sober Living

Iop Sober Living

Red Rock Recovery Center provides a full continuum of care for our addiction treatment patients. This includes medical detox, residential inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, IOP, and sober living. IOP and sober living usually come after residential inpatient rehab is finished, although each situation and each set of circumstances is different. Red Rock Recovery Center works with all of our patients to create a customized treatment and aftercare plans that play to their strengths and accommodate their weaknesses.

If you would like to learn more about Red Rock Recovery Center and our IOP/sober living arrangements, please contact us directly at 855.218.7588. You may contact us 24/7/365 to speak with an addiction treatment specialist and get the help you need when you need it.

IS IOP and Sober Living Right for You?

Intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment is usually reserved for people with chronic addictions. For other people, traditional outpatient, which is a bit less intensive than IOP, should suffice. IOP or partial hospitalization is recommended for people who need urgent intervention for drug or alcohol addiction, but for some reason or another, they cannot devote the time that is needed to residential inpatient treatment. IOP can provide individuals with the level of accountability and structure that they need to have a fighting chance of getting sober and recovering from addiction.

Most of the IOP clients that we have at Red Rock Recovery Center are individuals who have graduated from our residential inpatient rehab program or another local inpatient rehab program, and they need intensive ongoing care. IOP can provide a smooth transition from inpatient rehab to normal life by continuing much of the structure and support that is present during inpatient rehab.

Sober Living at Red Rock Recovery Center

Red Rock Recovery Center is devoted to the long-term recovery of all of our patients. We believe that it is our duty to provide our patients with the tools and the foundation that they need to get clean and stay clean. That is what our residential inpatient program is all about – setting our patients up for success! One of the ways we do this is by helping our patients plan for ongoing treatment. This includes IOP and sober living.

Sober living is often necessary for people who are living in situations where substance abuse is encouraged or enabled. Sometimes, leaving a toxic environment is the only way for the patient to have a fighting chance in recovery.

Do I Have to Attend IOP While in Sober Living?

No two people have identical needs. Therefore, no two people have the exact same treatment plans at Red Rock Recovery Center. Some people in sober living will attend IOP. Others may not. It all depends on the needs and goals of the patient. It depends on the progress that they have made and how vulnerable they are to relapse. Some of our sober living clients attend IOP, and others might only attend AA/NA meetings or a milder form of outpatient treatment.