Intensive Outpatient

Promont Wellness’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is crafted to support individuals grappling with mental health or addiction in achieving sustainable recovery.


IOP Program Serving the Philadelphia Area

Promont Wellness’s Philadelphia Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is meticulously designed to aid individuals grappling with mental health challenges and dual diagnosis issues in achieving sustainable recovery. Through a blend of individual and group therapy sessions, our IOP offers the structure and support necessary for clients to cultivate healthy coping mechanisms, recognize triggers, and establish a solid foundation for long-term mental wellness.

Many individuals delay seeking the mental health and dual diagnosis treatment they require due to concerns about cost and time commitment. However, our IOP provides clients with the opportunity to continue fulfilling work, educational, and familial obligations while receiving the intensive treatment essential for managing mental health challenges and dual diagnosis issues. Our Bucks County mental health and dual diagnosis treatment center accepts a wide array of insurance plans, ensuring our intensive outpatient program remains as accessible and affordable as possible.

If you’re prepared to embark on a journey towards a fresh start in managing your mental health or dual diagnosis concerns, don’t hesitate. Reach out to Promont Wellness today at 866.545.9552 to discover more about our intensive outpatient program in Philadelphia and how it can facilitate your or your loved one’s journey to mental wellness and recovery.

What is an IOP Program?

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a type of treatment that provides intensive therapeutic services during the day but allows patients to return home in the evening. IOPs are usually recommended for people who have completed a residential treatment program and need additional support to maintain their sobriety or for those who need intensive treatment but cannot commit to a residential program. IOPs are intended for people who still require intensive treatment for mental health or substance abuse issues but do not require medical supervision or 24-hour medical care. It is frequently utilized as an alternative to hospitalization or as a step-down from residential or inpatient treatment.

An individual’s needs and progress can influence the length of an IOP program. It typically lasts a few months to several weeks. An IOP’s objective is to assist patients in developing the abilities and strategies they require to manage their symptoms and sustain long-term recovery.

Why choose an iop?

Signs IOP is Right for You

Not sure if an intensive outpatient program is right for you or a loved one? Here are some signs that an IOP may be the best level of care:

If you’re struggling with addiction and are not sure what level of care is right for you, our treatment team can help.

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What to Expect at Our Philadelphia IOP Program

When you attend our Southhampton drug rehab program, you can expect:

Your therapists might also give you homework assignments or readings to help you practice what you’re learning in therapy. 

The goal of our IOP in Philadelphia is to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to live a life of sustainable sobriety. When you’re ready to take the next step in your recovery, our team will help you transition to an outpatient program.

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“I’d like to thank Courtney from the bottom of my heart. She helped me through the scary process of getting into treatment and then treated me with respect and compassion. The treatment process was scary, vulnerable and uncomfortable, but she did everything she could to make me feel as comfortable as possible. I have become an active member of the recovery community and could not have done it without the guidance and expertise Courtney provided throughout treatment.”
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There are many benefits of intensive outpatient treatment, including:

  • Flexibility

    IOPs offer a more adaptable therapy choice than long-term hospitalization or partial hospitalization, permitting people to keep up with their everyday obligations and commitments such as school or work while continuing to receive concentrated treatment and support.

  • Individualized Treatment

    An organized treatment plan with a predetermined schedule for group and individual therapy sessions as well as other forms of therapy and support, all with a strong focus on developing healthy coping mechanisms.

  • Immersive Therapy

    Individuals can make significant progress in managing symptoms and making positive changes through intensive therapy and support provided by IOPs, which include several hours of therapy sessions per week.

  • Individuals can connect with others who are going through similar difficulties and receive and provide support through others on their journey to work through their struggles.
  • Cost Effective

    In many cases, IOPs are more cost-effective than inpatient or partial hospitalization, making them a more affordable treatment option.

  • Evidence-Based

    Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy, and motivational interviewing are examples of evidence-based treatments that have been shown to be effective in treating mental health and substance abuse issues.

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