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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

 

St. Christopher’s Addiction Wellness Center offers outpatient services to meet the needs of chemically dependent and/or dually diagnosed men and women and their families.


Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed for people who are ready to return to work, school or other responsibilities, are motivated for recovery, and do not meet the medical criteria for residential treatment. IOP can also be utilized as step-down in the continuum of care for persons who have completed primary residential treatment.


The Intensive Outpatient Program is scheduled 3 evenings per week; family group is held once per week. Our program uses 12 Step and proven clinical treatment methods to help our clients make positive changes in their lives.


With a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, the IOP client spends 9 hours per week engaging in the following activities:

Upon completion, we offer 52 weeks of Aftercare free of charge.

 

Locations:

 

Baton Rouge - 150 Cora Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70815

Houma - 214 High Street, Houma, LA 70360  - Click here for IOP Houma page


Outpatient Group and Individual Therapy:


St. Christopher’s is associated with many Licensed Mental Health Professionals, Clinical Social Workers, Psychiatrists and Psychologists in the local community and throughout the nation that provide individual, group and family therapy. Referrals to these providers are often times made for our clients as part of their aftercare plan and ongoing treatment, and for family members who need additional support and counseling. Please call our admissions office to be placed with an appropriate therapist or service.

 

Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. 

For more information, please call (225) 490-0999

or call toll free at (877) 782-4747

 

Confidentiality Statement - As per Federal Confidentiality Regulations: all records, information and communications shall remain strictly confidential, except under the following circumstances: 1.) To authorized medical personnel, if a medical emergency exists, 2.) If the individual is a danger to themselves or others, 3.) Suspected instances of child abuse or neglect may exists, 4.) The individual or responsible party signs a release of information. Any violation of Federal Confidentiality Law and Regulations may be reported to the United States Attorney for the Judicial District in which the violation occurs.