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Work Release Intensive Out-Patient (IOP) Program

Intensive Out-Patient (IOP) Program

Substance abuse and substance dependence are classified as diseases by the American Medical Association (AMA). Substance use disorders (SUD)’s are complex in nature due to the interaction between the biological, psychological and social components that underlay a person’s disease. Left untreated, SUD’s progress with devastating physical, emotional, and social consequences. But, as with any disease, people with substance use disorder’s significantly benefit from treatment.

The underlying causes of a person’s SUD are unique. RTI’s programming is designed to address the complex biological, psychological and social factors that comprise each individual client’s disease. Treatment begins with a comprehensive biopsychosocial alcohol and drug assessment. Based on the client’s assessment, the client and their counselor develop an individualized treatment plan designed to address the client’s identified needs. After this initial individual session, the client will meet with their counselor once per week for the duration of their treatment.

Residential Intensive Out-Patient Work Release Program

Right Turn Impact (RTI) provides CARF accredited, MD state approved, level 2.1 Work Release IOP treatment to eligible people suffering from SUD’s. A significant benefit of this program is that it allows clients to engage in intensive treatment while residing on the RTI campus and continuing to work. Clients participating in this program are subject to daily breathalyzer testing and random urinalysis as a way of providing accountability and support to these individuals.

Transition planning is a vital component of SUD treatment. A significant component of every client’s treatment is directed towards helping them plan for their aftercare. Depending on the client’s needs, they are provided resources for sober support groups, therapists, psychiatric care, sober living and out-patient treatment options. Every client is provided with recommendations, referrals, support and assistance as needed to create a transition plan to support their recovery.

RTI’s structured 2.1 IOP program is supervised by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. The program consists of 12 hours of groups per week including psychotherapeutic, psychoeducation, holistic, and relapse prevention groups. These groups are led by licensed counselors under the guidance and supervision of the Clinical Director. Clients participating in IOP are also able to participate in daily sober support groups and several recreation groups throughout the week.