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Intensive Outpatient Program in Nashville

At Nashville Treatment Solutions, we offer evidence-based treatments and therapies. We will develop a tailor-made treatment plan for you that will encompass some or all of the following: PHP, IOP, and OP treatment.

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Introduction to IOP in Nashville

At Nashville Treatment Solutions, we’ve designed an intensive outpatient program in Nashville that gets to the core of what substance use disorders are about. Our experienced, compassionate staff partners with each person to help them learn to avoid triggers and put drug and alcohol addiction behind them.

What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are structured outpatient recovery programs that take place at a facility during the day. This allows a person to continue to live at home and meet many of their family and professional responsibilities while still attending rehab. IOP involves more intense therapy than traditional outpatient counseling. It also provides an option for those who do not need the structured care of a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). 

IOP helps people who need focused care to help them manage the issues related to recovering from addiction. It uses evidence-based therapies and any necessary medications to help people learn to avoid relapse and rebuild their lives without the need for substance abuse. An intensive outpatient program in Nashville requires attendance at several therapy sessions per week.


How Our IOP Program in Nashville Works

Each time someone enrolls in our program, we get to know them so we know what treatments will work for them. At the heart of our IOP is providing a variety of therapies designed to help people understand their addictions and move past them. Our staff monitors each person to see how they are progressing. We can make adjustments to their schedule as needed, as well as create a time frame for how long treatment should last.

We also provide options for any necessary FDA-approved medications that can help minimize withdrawal symptoms. As a result, people experience a more comfortable time during treatment and do not suffer needlessly. We can also provide prescription medications that address mental health disorders that often accompany addiction. These disorders include anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and more.

Partial Hospitalization

is a full-time commitment for a reason. This program is for individuals who need significant structure in the journey toward recovery. Our Partial Hospitalization Program offers a stable schedule for you to focus on your recovery and to get the help you need.

Intensive Outpatient

offers therapeutic support with fewer restrictions than our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). IOP enables you to continue your recovery therapies on a part-time, intensive schedule designed to accommodate your work, school and family life.

Outpatient Program

provides our clients sustained support once they have completed either our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) including weekly one-on-one & group sessions.

How Nashville Treatment Solutions Can Help

The Benefits of Our IOP in
Nashville, TN

Whatever led you to your addiction, the road out can be found by attending our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Nashville. Our licensed clinicians and physicians bring a wealth of experience and compassion to their interactions with you. They will partner with you and advocate for you to develop a treatment plan that meets you where you are and helps you build a solid foundation for your sobriety. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is created with the knowledge that addiction is a disease of mind, body, and spirit. Treating one without the others doesn’t enable the healing that we need after suffering through active addition. You’ll find that while our time together will be less than that of an inpatient or partial hospitalization program (PHP), we will still find the time to address all three. Don’t think of your time in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) as something that you have to do. Instead, think of it as a gift that you are giving to yourself. You know the pain of addiction all too well. Going to treatment and healing yourself is the ultimate act of self-love. And, if like so many, you come from a long line of addicts or alcoholics, you are breaking the generational cycle of addiction by going to treatment. Getting help for your addiction and getting sober will have effects on not just you and your family, but generations to come. 

Our Intensive Outpatient Program will help you work to bring your physical health back into balance after years of drug and alcohol use. We’ll help you heal and reconnect with your body through better nutrition, movement, and self-care. Allowing your body to rebalance itself into a healthful state is just the beginning. We’re also here to help you build a toolbox for your continued sobriety by developing a more mindful approach to your life. We will arm you with tools like movement, yoga, sound therapy, and meditation. We believe in providing you with these tools so that you can use them long into the future. We’ll also create a therapy plan for you. 

We offer a wide range of therapeutic approaches, including Adventure-Based Counseling, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), family recovery, and  Trauma-Informed Interventions. You will also be exposed to peer recovery support groups such as 12-step programs. All of this will occur in a community of others who are building their recovery paths alongside you. You’ll attend your Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) with others who are also clearing their own way in recovery. By working with others in the group and attending peer recovery support groups, you will begin to develop a support network within your recovery that will serve you for months and even years.

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The overriding benefit of our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Nashville, TN, is that you can participate in treatment while you are living your life. While inpatient rehab does have its benefits, it does remove you from your life and create a great deal of stress upon re-entry. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) gives you the flexibility to continue to fulfil your obligations while you work on your own healing. In addition, we can work with you and your family to heal the pain that has been caused by your addiction. Instead of you going away as a parent, you will learn how to become more present and your children will watch you get well before their eyes. You will be able to take the lessons that you learn in treatment and apply them to your daily life immediately. And when things go wrong, you’ll have a built-in safety net to come to with your stressors. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place to go to sort out the problems you’re facing and get help brainstorming the solutions? Recovery is about facing your problems and finding solutions, but you won’t know exactly how to do that in the beginning. Our intensive outpatient program in Nashville provides that chance to learn how to work through life’s problems as they are happening. 

What Does a Typical Day in IOP Look Like?

A typical day at an intensive outpatient program in Nashville will include several components. Our licensed clinicians and physicians will partner with you by helping develop a treatment plan that meets your unique needs. Upon an initial assessment, a treatment schedule will be created for each person so they will know what to expect every day. 

Each day will include attending various therapy sessions that help people overcome substance use disorders. Exposure to several types of therapy modalities allows people to build a toolbox of healthy coping skills that support their ability to stay sober. 

We offer a wide range of therapeutic approaches, including Adventure-Based Counseling, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), family recovery, and  Trauma-Informed Interventions. We also introduce people to the peer support that comes with recovery support groups such as 12-step programs. 

We also offer holistic therapy in order to help heal the body, mind, and spirit simultaneously. This includes activities like yoga, meditation, sound therapy, and movement therapy.

How Long Does IOP Last?

How long an intensive outpatient program in Nashville lasts depends on a few factors. The factors include how long the addiction has been going on, the substance being abused, and the person’s physical and mental health. On average, a person should attend IOP for at least 60 days. In fact, the longer a person receives professional treatment for addiction, the better the odds they stay in long-term recovery.


Most Major Health Insurance Will Help Cover the Cost of Treatment.

Most major health plans with out-of-network benefits will help cover the cost of treatment at Nashville Treatment Solutions. To find out your health insurance coverage, click the button below to begin your free benefits check & consultation. 

If we can’t work with your insurance, our dedicated team of treatment coordinators will find the best options that work for you.

We currently are unable to accept Medicare or Medicaid plans including TennCare. 


Get Help at Our Intensive Outpatient Program Nashville Now

Have you come to the realization that your life has spun out of control due to abusing drugs or alcohol? The disease of addiction can impact anyone’s life and cause them to need professional help. Nashville Treatment Solutions offers an intensive outpatient program in Nashville that changes lives. We understand addiction, and we know how to help you connect with recovery. We’ll be at your side from detox through outpatient counseling, helping you heal and build a life that leads to long-term, lasting sobriety. Your recovery is waiting for you. 

If you would like more information about our program, contact us today.  We can help you get started on the road to recovery.

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