Intensive Outpatient Program for Mental Health and Drug Abuse Adult Treatment Program
We help Adults navigate the challenges of Depression, Anxiety, Drug Abuse, Alcoholism and more.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
During life, development of one’s ability to self-regulate emotions and behaviors, achievement of meaningful personal goals, financial stability, and development of self-awareness come to the forefront in terms of life skills needed for success. Moral reasoning is solidified where value systems guides one’s behavior when faced with making difficult decisions.
“Overcoming difficulties leads to courage, self-respect, and knowing yourself.”
Some adults struggle with low self-esteem, poor emotional and behavioral self regulation, and lack of boundaries. This makes them vulnerable to developing mood and anxiety disorders, or drug/alcohol abuse. When that happens relationships with loved ones get negatively impacted, trust gets lost due to ones inability to effectively address mental health or substance abuse issues.
Recovery is possible
FAIR offers an intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) program for adults to address maladaptive thinking patterns and self-destructive behaviors that block personal growth and success. Individual and group therapy allows our patients to develop insights into their struggles and create healthy solutions with the therapeutic assistance of professional mental health and substance abuse counselors. Patients are encouraged to identify their strengths and explore their own identity and values. The group setting is also conducive to the development of intra and interpersonal skills as well as life skills. Group members learn how to rebuild healthy and supportive relationships with peers and greatly improve the existing relationships with family members.
“Self-worth comes from one thing – thinking that you are worthy.”
Weekly family program offers psychoeducation focused on topics relevant to mental health and substance abuse recovery issues. Weekly multifamily group therapy facilitates patients and their family members in developing trust and real communication within the family without conflict.