Intensive outpatient services for convenient, alternative care
We understand that you may benefit from a treatment plan that allows you to continue to meet work, school or family obligations while learning to live a sober way of life. Depending on the severity of your addiction and other circumstances, our intensive outpatient rehab program—providing structured, concentrated care and support while you continue to live in your own home—might be the right treatment option for you.
Our intensive outpatient program is for:
- People 14 and older with emotional and psychological disorders and/or substance abuse problems
- People who do not require 24-hour inpatient care
- People who are in a partial hospitalization program (PHP)
- People who have relapsed and want to get sober again
- Family members and significant others affected by a person’s addiction
Treatment schedule that fits your life
Our intensive outpatient program meets three times per week during structured, three-hour sessions. These sessions take place at Mirmont Treatment Center in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. You may choose morning or evening to accommodate your schedule. We have alternative outpatient locations in Broomall and Exton.
In a supportive environment that includes individual treatment planning our specialists work with you to develop skills, attitudes and behaviors for living a healthy, sober life.
During group therapy, you’ll meet and connect with others who are experiencing similar problems with addiction. Sharing stories, ideas and support through group therapy can make a big difference in helping you to attain your goals.
The intensive outpatient program is available for people seeking initial treatment as well as those who have already completed the inpatient rehabilitation program and are looking for the next level of care.
Our intensive outpatient program allows you to receive the treatment you need while continuing to live your life.
Contact us to learn more about our intensive outpatient program.
Note: Round-trip van transportation is available for PHP patients. Transportation may be available, by arrangement, from school to the adolescent intensive outpatient program.