DAY OR NIGHT often times referred to as PHP is a great choice for the consumer who is unable to enroll in a residential program due to work and/or family commitments. In this component the consumer is able to continue to reside at home while commuting to DRC up to seven days a week. It is a structured, comprehensive and challenging experience driven by evidence-based clinical care. Consumers can expect to receive an array of individualized services that will create the foundation for their journey to recovery.
Day or Night
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT much like our Day or Night program consumers are residing in their home or in a sober living residence while commuting to DRC at least three times per week. IOP offers the consumer the opportunity to implement what they learned while they were in the more intensive phase of the Day or Night component or for those consumers who do not meet criteria for Day or Night but continue need structured care. The focus of IOP is to ensure that the consumer is developing solid life skills, recovery management skills and an aftercare plan for sustained recovery.
OUTPATIENT the logical next step in your loved ones journey. While a significantly less structured component OP is a way to safely and successfully transition from treatment to life – the often stressful world. DRC offers consumers continued support while navigating through life’s challenges. More than just another step OP offers a safety net that when paired with the support group of the consumers choice the probability of sustained recovery is ensured.
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