Having an addiction does not mean the disease defines you. Having an addiction does indicate that you need qualified help from professional counselors who will guide you on your path to successful recovery. If you wonder how families of addicts get help when addictions cross the line, read on for more information and assistance.
How is our Impact Outpatient Program (IOP) different from traditional Inpatient programs?
On the surface, the name explains that Impact Outpatient Programs (IOP) are services where you receive care as an outpatient. An Inpatient program is where you will live at a treatment facility for a specified period of time.
The IOP option provides greater flexibility to maintain your current lifestyle, daily tasks, and routines. You get to stay at home with your family. This option is often more affordable than Inpatient services as you will not need to pay for meals or living quarters during your time in addiction treatment. IOPs typically last longer than the alternatives as they are less intensive in terms of treatment.
Inpatient programs are more intensive treatment options where the patient stays in a drug rehab facility to receive services. This option usually costs more than IOP as you will be paying for room and board. Your care team will recommend an Inpatient program if it is determined that a more intensive treatment program is appropriate for you.
Is telehealth right for me and my loved ones?
Telehealth is a way to receive health-related assistance in a remote capacity at a location that works best for your unique situation. There are several reasons why telehealth services might be the best option for you.
If you have a busy lifestyle with family and work responsibilities constantly demanding your time, you might appreciate the flexibility of seeing a provider in a virtual capacity. This is a fully private option that allows you to make appointments around your busy schedule and from the comfort of your own home. Additionally, you do not need to disrupt your routine by taking leave from a job or finding alternate sources of childcare. There will be minimal disruptions to you and your loved ones.
Telehealth for substance use disorder treatment is a convenient solution for those living in rural areas, if you lack reliable transportation, or if you are uncomfortable leaving your home due to health-related concerns. Regardless of the reason or need for virtual healthcare services, knowing that they are available will bring you comfort in having options for care.
How do I begin the registration process?
The first step begins, of course, by reaching out to the Impact Outpatient Program. Contact the admissions staff via an easy-to-fill-out online insurance verification form. Of note, many major insurance carriers offer substance abuse benefits and treatment options. Once you have completed the form, a member of the caring staff will contact you regarding the next phases of the admission process.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out and ask. No one expects you to have all of the answers or solutions – that is why you are seeking professional help when you and your loved ones need it most.
If you know someone with an addiction, you know that it affects more than just the addict. Everyone in their sphere feels the pain and cycle of dependency. Take action today to make a positive change in everyone’s future. Make use of a variety of treatment options to meet your needs. You will be relieved and glad you did.