Our intensive outpatient program for substance abuse is structured such that participants meet three times per week for three hours each treatment episode—a total of nine hours per week. The sessions are educational, challenging, interactive, and rooted in a “strength-based” approach to addressing one’s problems.
Chapman House stresses individualized treatment. We take each person’s unique history, family situation, and emotional issues into account in devising a personal treatment plan addressing the client’s unique needs.
An intensive outpatient program for substance abuse through Chapman House may include individual therapy, consisting of private, confidential, face-to-face sessions, conducted between a Chapman House clinician and the client.
If circumstances warrant it, outpatient therapy may also involve family or couples therapy, bringing the client and their family or life partner together with a Chapman House clinician.
The first step toward a better, more successful, more purposeful, and more self-directed life is admitting that there is a problem, and that solving it requires the help of experts. Chapman House staff are guided by a medical director, who supervises treatment provided by clinical psychologists, certified addiction treatment counselors, and other experts in a program tailored to the individual patient’s needs.
Intensive outpatient treatment requires a substantial commitment of time, energy, and desire to overcome addiction and regain control of the trajectory of your life. Chapman House has been providing behavioral health services since 1978; we can design a program that will work for you and connect you with professionals who are devoted to seeing you succeed in rediscovering the person you were meant to be.
We understand that making the decision to change takes courage and can be frightening, stressful, and painful. We respect and honor the courage and strength it takes to change your life. Chemical dependency and alcoholism are diseases that can be treated. Our expertise and experience, coupled with your determination, can see you through to the other side—a life free from the constraints and limitations of addiction.
Though nobody can go back and make a new beginning, anyone can start over and make a new ending.