Levels of Care
Substance use habits affect different individuals in different ways. A weakness for some might be a strength for others. A serious trigger for one person might be little more than an afterthought for another. Real Recovery is dedicated to providing high-quality addiction services for young adults struggling with substance use challenges. That’s why we offer three distinct levels of care, each uniquely suited to provide treatment for any and all clients.
What are Levels of Care?
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Tailored specifically for individuals who have misused substances or who have endured recent struggles with addition, PHP programming offers five-day-a-week treatment to provide support and stabilization while reducing relapse risk.
Our Partial Hospitalization Program helps you take active steps to reestablish control of your daily life.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Gender-specific IOP programming provides a smooth transition from PHP treatment, offering 9 hours of group therapy and 1 hour of individual therapy each week. IOP treatment helps clients address each aspect of their diagnosis, identifying struggles experienced before, during and after enduring substance use habits.
Intensive Outpatient Programming through Real Recovery provides gender-separate, specific tracks that help foster recovery.
Outpatient Program (OP)
For those individuals who demonstrate a lessening need for intensive treatment, outpatient programming from Real Recovery helps young adult men and women re-enter society while continuing to address substance use concerns.
Our Outpatient Programming helps you to maintain sobriety while reacclimating more fully into society.
Watch Your Recovery Take Shape
PHP, IOP and OP treatment through Real Recovery can quickly help your recovery take shape. Whether you’re taking your first step or your tenth toward recovery, our licensed clinical professionals can help introduce positive change into your everyday life, without compromising your routine or your self-confidence.
Individual, group and family sessions across all three levels of care can help provide direction toward freedom from day one.