If you have a mild addiction, a treatment program that allows you to continue your day-to-day life while recovering is your best option. When you notice that you are already depending on a medication, it is the right time for you to get help.
Skyward Treatment firmly holds that there is no one-size-fits-all addiction treatment program. Every person is unique in many ways, especially concerning healing.
A successful program like the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is one of many that our rehabilitation center offers to meet the needs of each individual.
Here are the primary reasons why our program is the most effective:
Our Treatment Programs Are All Evidence-Based
All of our treatment programs are researched and studied by seasoned professionals. The treatments are backed by evidence. Research has shown that it is effective and beneficial. Our IOP is supported by these evidence-based therapies:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
These therapeutic options can significantly improve the likelihood of long-term recovery.
Before we provide the treatment program, we assess all our patient’s histories to allow us to customize a treatment program specifically for them. There is no one-size-fits-all treatment and recovery. Every person needs an individualized and customized program. There are a lot of rehabilitation centers in our country, but not all consider the unique needs of each individual.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
We provide a medical and psychological assessment. Because we firmly believe that holistic healing should be the goal of every rehab facility. Addiction does not happen just because people like it. It happened because there is an underlying issue that needs to be addressed, like mental health illnesses.
To avoid relapse in the future, we treat the addiction while treating the underlying issue.
Our support does not stop after you finish your rehab. We have case managers who consistently check on your progress to ensure long-term sobriety.
To beat addiction, you must make sacrifices, go through pain and discomfort, and face challenges along the way. Support is essential during this journey.