The intensive outpatient drug rehab program at Turning Point Centers in Utah exists for one purpose:
To help you get your life together without leaving it.
We teach you how to achieve and maintain long-term sobriety through essential coping skills, while still giving you enough time to take care of your responsibilities at home.
You learn these essential coping skills from our team of addiction treatment experts.
The drug and alcohol outpatient rehab program is 8 weeks long and consists of 8+ hours of educational and group therapy sessions per week, along with a total of 8 one-on-one sessions.
The length of time (8 weeks) is deliberate:
Since virtually all addictions, chemical or otherwise, are rooted in some form of co-occurring psychological disorder, it takes both time and supportive therapy to identify and address the root causes of your addiction.
After proper assessment, we will create an individual therapy program to fit your needs.
The outpatient drug rehab experience is designed with a “treatment / life” balance in mind.
You will receive effective and sometimes intense group and individual therapy, but in an outpatient structure, so you can continue to work your regular job and spend time with your family while getting the help you need.
Intensive outpatient drug rehab structure
- 8-week minimum requirement
- Monday 6 PM to 9 PM – group therapy
- Tuesday 6 PM to 9 PM – group therapy
- The first and third Tuesdays of the month are Family Night 6 PM – 7:30 PM with program treatment continuing until 9 PM
- Thursdays 6 PM to 9 PM – group therapy
- Individual sessions weekly as scheduled with therapist
- Wednesdays 6 PM to 9 PM – Aftercare Alumni group for any Turning Point Alumni who has been substance free for at least 7 days
What you’ll learn in the intensive outpatient drug rehab
- Drug and Alcohol Relapse Prevention
- Life Skills
- How to Recognize, Confront and Handle Triggers
- Health and Nutritional Study
- Family and Relationship Education
- Continuing Care
- Anger Management/Domestic Violence
- Relaxation and Meditation Skills
- Phases of Recovery
- Deactivation of Cravings
- Dangerous Situations
- Having Good Times without Substances
- Thought Distortions
- Coping with Pain and Prescription Medications
- Preparing for Stressful Situations
- Assessing your Social Life
- Stress Management/Distress Tolerance Skills
- Neurobiological aspects of the Brain and Addiction
- Looking Ahead: Plans, Goals, and Dreams
- Issues of the Recovering Family
- Anger Management
- Anxiety/Social Anxiety
- Self-Esteem and Acceptance
- Diet and Nutrition
- Grief and Loss
Meet the Turning Point Centers team
See photos and read about our directors’ experience here.