Intensive Outpatient Program
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), previously Co-Occurring Partial Hospitalization (COOPH), provides a comprehensive range of treatment services for patients who require rigorous outpatient behavioral health, trauma, and/or addictions treatment and improve functional ability at home and work.
IOP is an outpatient, time-limited, individualized treatment for active duty personnel who are in need of more intensive treatment than is normally available through the outpatient psychiatric/addiction medicine clinic but do not require inpatient hospitalization.
Services are based on a multidisciplinary team approach. The team is composed of a Psychiatrist, Psychologists, Advance Practice Nurses, Psychiatric Nurses (RN’s), Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Art and Recreational Therapists, and Psychiatric Technicians. The team may also receive services from consulting physicians, dietitians, chaplain services, and other healthcare providers.
Each patient receives an individualized assessment and treatment plan according to needs, concerns, expectations, and planned outcomes through participation in milieu groups, meetings, activities, and individual interactions with staff.
The Intensive Outpatient Program offers five tracks
- Mood Disorders
- Combat Trauma
- Substance Abuse
- Women’s Wellness Recovery