Intensive Outpatient Program for Co-Occurring Disorders
Intensive Outpatient Programs for Co-Occurring Disorders at Banyan Heartland
An intensive outpatient program for addiction recovery is a step down from partial hospitalization care and is a level of care that can treat substance abuse addiction. Someone who experiences addiction as well as a mental illness, such as anxiety or depression, will be given a dual diagnosis, also called a co-occurring disorder. Those who struggle daily with a mental health disorder are more likely to abuse alcohol and drugs as a coping mechanism. Co-occurring disorders are often difficult to diagnose or are misdiagnosed due to the complexity and overlap of symptoms. IOP treatment for co-occurring disorders can effectively help someone struggling overcome both illnesses and live a happy and healthy lifestyle. Our drug and alcohol treatment center in Heartland provides numerous levels of care for treating co-occurring disorders including our customized intensive outpatient program for all individuals.
IOP Recovery Plan at Banyan Treatment Center
During IOP treatment at Banyan Treatment Center, patients will undergo holistic treatment as well as individual and group therapy from our treatment specialists. The goal of this treatment option is to continue recovery strategies, while allowing the patient to reenter the community in recovery and reconnect with family and friends successfully. During IOP care, our patients learn stress management practices, relapse prevention techniques, and self-esteem boosters. Therapy includes allowing the individual to get to the root of their addiction and mental health struggles and learn ways to change unhealthy behavior patterns. Patients will also learn effective communication skills and how to foster healthy relationships in order to increase their support system.
Co-occurring Disorders Banyan Treats
The best way to ensure successful recovery for those suffering from a co-occurring disorder is an individualized treatment program that addresses all needs and goals. At our drug and alcohol treatment center in Heartland, we have a fully trained clinical staff who are experts in recovery treatment for patients suffering from co-occurring disorders. Our intensive dual diagnosis treatment programs are designed to address both the mental health disorder and the substance abuse disorder concurrently. Patients are able to fully recover from both illnesses and live a completely new lifestyle.
Some of the co-occurring disorders that Banyan treats include:
- Depression and Substance Use Disorder
- Anxiety and Substance Use Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder and Substance Use Disorder
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorder
- OCD and Substance Use Disorder
IOP treatment for co-occurring disorders can successfully treat any dual diagnosis that is present through unique therapy methods used at Banyan Treatment Center. Someone struggling with more than one disorder at the same time can feel that there is no hope for recovery when the symptoms seem too much to handle. This is not the case, and you can truly recover from a co-occurring disorder with professional care. Contact Banyan Treatment Center today to learn more about our levels of care for addiction and mental illness treatment. We are here to guide you through recovery every step of the way to ensure a successful outcome.
Our mission, your recovery.
- Helen R." />
"Banyan Treatment Center was a life-changing experience for me. When I got here, I was planning on continuing to use, but with the help of staff and the community I was convinced to stay through the whole program, and I can honestly say it was the best decision I've ever made."
- Justin M." />
"My experience was nothing short of amazing. The staff is excellent, they all went way out of their way to help me with whatever I needed. They gave me the tools i needed to succeed, and were always there for me when I completed the program and when I fell short. Thank you so much Banyan!"
- Angie M." />
"Banyan was able to help me more than words can describe. They helped me save my life. I called in not really knowing what to expect or anything about treatment and the people I spoke with were able to walk me through every step of the way."