Renew Recovery Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) patients of Kentucky are provided with a professional, comfortable and safe treatment facility in which real recovery begins for the body, mind and spirit. Our accredited Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is as effective as inpatient treatment, yet allows for patients to continue living at home, working or going to school while gaining the focused therapies needed to ensure lifelong recovery.

After individually formulated Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) treatment plans are developed for each patient by our physicians, physical recovery begins through medically managed withdrawal. At the same time, therapeutic counseling starts. Within counseling, the mind and spirit are healed through individual therapies with professional counselors.

But treatment within the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Renew Recovery does not stop with one-on-one counseling. Group therapies add peer support and improved self-awareness while rebuilding social skills and breaking the addiction behavior of isolation. Families, significant others and friends are encouraged to attend individual counseling with patients as desired, to help rebuild and strengthen those important bonds.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) sessions are flexible according to individual scheduling and support needs. The course of treatment may be only months in duration or may continue for an extended period. The overall goal of Renew Recovery’s accredited Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is to provide the intensity of support needed through each phase of recovery, until freedom from addiction is attained.

In Kentucky, overcoming addiction can be as challenging as anywhere else. Renew Recovery’s Accredited Outpatient Program provides the opportunity to attain recovery for the first time, revisit principles of recovery to prevent returning to use, or regain sobriety after relapse. Outpatient Program scheduling fits your life so you can continue managing home, work and school responsibilities while undergoing the treatment you need.

Like our other programs, Outpatient Program treatment starts with assessment of individual needs by our team of physicians. An individualized treatment plan is developed and healing of mind, body and spirit begins through an array of therapies designed to meet your specific needs.

Individual counseling allows patients to explore their most personal needs and underlying causes of substance abuse. This focused one-on-one approach is supplemented by peer interaction and socialization of group therapy. Group therapy also provides an environment of safety among others in recovery, where greater self-awareness and acceptance is realized.

Families and friends play critical roles throughout the recovery process. Loved ones are invited to attend Outpatient Program individual counseling sessions with patients as needed, to address issues of addiction and rebuild these important bonds forming the foundation of long term support.

Outpatient Program duration is as long as deemed appropriate for successful recovery. Flexibility of Renew Recovery’s outpatient environment ensures that all patients know where help is to be found when it is needed most.

Utilizing a comprehensive patient focused strategy, we believe in a team approach to intensive outpatient treatment in our London, KY facility. We combine our patient care experience with proven recovery methods, to accomplish the most difficult step in recovery-the first one. We use Suboxone to help break the cycle.

Visit our physicians and formulate your intensive outpatient program (IOP). Once enrolled patients can look forward to achieving their goals with each day more successful than the last. There are no simple solutions to opioid dependence, but you do have options in the form of an intensive outpatient program (IOP) if you’re struggling with addiction in Kentucky.

If you or your loved one is struggling with heroin, Percocet, Oxycontin, or Lortab in the Georgetown or Louisville, KY areas call us and see if accredited intensive outpatient treatment at Renew Recovery in London, KY is right for you. You can do it. We can help.

We strongly believe that a team approach is the best way to deal with this disease. Our physicians, counselors, staff, and most importantly you must be engaged in your recovery at all times. At Renew Recovery’s Joint Commission accredited intensive outpatient treatment program, patients that live in the greater Georgetown or Louisville, KY areas will have all these resources at their disposal.

It can be very difficult to stop taking opioids. The need to satisfy cravings or avoid withdrawal can be so intense that patients often feel desperate and overwhelmed. At the right dose, and along with counseling in intensive outpatient treatment, Suboxone can help our patients stay in treatment by suppressing withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings. Staying in treatment will help advance recovery.

Opioid Dependence

Opioid dependence is a challenging and complicated condition that can be treated. When you combine medication-assisted treatment with counseling in an intensive outpatient program (IOP) like the one provided at our accredited Kentucky addiction treatment facility, you have a greater opportunity for success.

Rebuild Your Life

With counseling in an intensive outpatient program (IOP), you can learn how to recognize events that can trigger the use of opioids. You can also learn ways to cope with events or social situations associated with past drug use. This will allow you to minimize the risk of relapse as you rebuild your life in Kentucky.

Our licensed physicians, counselors, and staff are here to provide you with the tools necessary to discover long term sobriety. Call Renew Recovery in London, KY today at 866.957.9365

Drug and Alcohol Intensive Outpatient Treatment at Renew Recovery in Kentucky

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