Claremont Outpatient Program
Pacifica Recovery offers an Intensive Outpatient Program at our facility in Claremont. Our IOP program is held at the historic Old School House Building, which is within walking distance to the Claremont Colleges, making it ideal for students in the area who are seeking support for their addiction. Our outpatient program offers a holistic experience that is facilitated by our multidisciplinary team of counselors and therapists.
In our outpatient treatment program, patients will have access to:
- Licensed psychologists and psychiatrists
- Master’s Level Therapists
- Certified Addiction Counselors
- Medical Doctors Certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
- Spiritual oriented workshop facilitators
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program
- We offer an IOP addiction treatment program founded on Evidence Based solutions.
- This treatment program is a less intensive program that is offered as an alternative to residential care to allow for patients to delve into and resolve deeper underlying issues.
- Patients who have completed inpatient or residential treatment for substance use disorders can benefit from a structured level of step-down support as they transition to a more independent lifestyle. This treatment is provided during the day or evening and doesn't require an overnight stay.
Our Certified Counselors work with patients in IOP to help them gain the tools necessary to function in society as a sober person by:
- Providing opportunities for clients to develop communication skills and participate in socialization experiences; this is particularly useful for individuals whose socializing has revolved around using drugs or alcohol
- Establishing an environment in which clients help, support, and, when necessary, confront one another
- Introducing structure and discipline into the often chaotic lives of clients
- Providing norms that reinforce healthful ways of interacting and a safe and supportive therapeutic milieu that is crucial for recovery
- Advancing individual recovery; group members who are further along in recovery can help other members
- Providing a venue for group leaders to transmit new information, teach new skills, and guide clients as they practice new behaviors
Psychoeducational groups are also utilized in our IOP as they are more didactic than process-oriented recovery groups and involve a straightforward transmission of facts
- Topics include: Advanced Spiritual Concepts, Life Skills, Financial and Budgeting Skills, Recovery Dynamics