Flexible Outpatient Counseling Services for Adults
When an individual doesn’t require 24-hour supervision as they work on their recovery, day treatment and outpatient counseling is a great option. Our outpatient programs are designed to provide healing and therapy for those who don’t need full residential treatment or those who need a step-down option after completing an inpatient substance abuse program. These programs allow patients to seek intensive treatment during the day but return home in the evenings, offering flexibility and providing the opportunity to practice learned skills in a patient’s everyday environment.
PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION DAY PROGRAM (PHP)
Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) serves as a bridge between our residential and intensive outpatient programming, providing structured day treatment under the care of medical experts. Our team helps to build spiritual recovery support systems that enable patients to take an active role in renewing their life.
We also help participants develop support networks outside of treatment by attendance and participation in 12-Step meetings. The goal with PHP is to teach new coping skills that can be actively practiced and supported at home, work and in the community. PHP includes six hours of treatment, weekdays from 9 am to 3 pm.
Calvary’s PHP also includes:
- Daily group therapy
- Nursing education group
- Recovery education lectures
- Weekly appointments with a physician
- Recreation therapy
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP)
IOP focuses on providing tools that help maintain sobriety. The IOP model has been time-tested for more than 20 years, providing flexibility and convenience with intensive treatment experience. Calvary Healing Center has a professional staff that develops individualized plans, which include recovery, coaching, relapse prevention and family group therapy to ensure the healing of everyone affected.
Weekly groups focus on relapse prevention planning, relationships, communication, issues in early recovery, and cultural components of recovery. IOP groups meet three times a week for three hours a day. We have flexible treatment times to fit any schedule, including mornings, afternoons, evenings or weekends.
Visit our Locations Page for more information about our IOP facilities.
ADDITIONAL OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
People with substance use issues may often find themselves struggling with other behavioral health issues that can impact addiction and be a detriment to recovery. Our patients should not have to seek out psychiatric treatment at another behavioral health center while in our care.
At Calvary Healing Center, we provide behavioral health services for co-occurring disorders alongside our evidence-based addiction treatment. Our multidisciplinary team utilizes a variety of therapy modalities to help patients cope with life stressors and past trauma that can impede the recovery process.
HELPING FAMILIES HEAL
Detox and additions to drugs and alcohol can tear apart the lives of individuals and families. Calvary Healing Center is dedicated to helping people who want to start the recovery process and teaching families how to support this life change.
Family involvement is also crucial to recovery, so we offer weekly multi-family group therapy and education groups just for family members. Our Family Program each Saturday provides addiction education about the addictive process, addictive personality, 12-Step, sponsorship, transitional living and other topics. Loved ones are also invited to attend our no-cost local weekly Family Support Group on Thursdays from 6 to 8 pm.
Start Your Recovery Journey Today
The decision to seek treatment is a big step, but you don’t have to do it alone. If you or a loved one needs substance abuse treatment, call 602-279-1468 or 866-76-SOBER (76237) to speak with one of our Intake Specialists. Our admissions team is on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you through each step of the process: from providing no-cost, confidential assessments, to determining insurance coverage and scheduling admission.
For additional questions about our programs, you can also use our online contact form. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.