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All individuals who admit in Riverside Recovery’s IOP will receive an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to meet their unique needs so that their treatment goals can be most appropriately met.

Prior to engaging in any treatment program, individuals must first complete an assessment with our admissions team. During these assessments, an individual’s history is reviewed, including presenting symptoms and the way in which those symptoms have impacted his or her ability to function on a daily basis. Additionally, one’s physical and psychological history is discussed in order to obtain further pertinent information. Once this assessment is complete, it will then be reviewed by our clinical team who will determine what the most appropriate level of care will be for the individual’s needs to be met. If determined that intensive outpatient program (IOP) will be of the most benefit to the individual in need of care, the admissions process will continue.

Before starting IOP, individuals will be informed of the specific times and frequency that the program meets so that they can determine which schedule works best for them, without hindering their ability to adhere to other obligations.



Assignment Presentations

Clients present their completed assignments and receive peer feedback and assessment from a therapist. Topics from assignments drive group discussion the remainder of the session. Assignments are tailored to the individual client, and focus on parenting, guilt and shame, history of relapse, and other issues pertinent to the client.


Psychoeducation and Family Night

Therapists present an education topic to clients and their families. Group discussion is centered around family issues and concerns. Education topics include: relapse prevention, spirituality, disease concepts, complacency, post-acute withdrawal syndrome, family dynamics, and codependency.

Thursday Night:

Process Group

With the guidance and direction of a therapist, clients discuss various topics including, but not limited to, sponsorship, 12-step work, adjusting to being back at work, dealing with relationships, relapse prevention, etc.