At Lake Point Recovery and Wellness, we realize that not everyone can pause their life in order to attend residential treatment. Many people struggle with addictions, and seek help, but are unable to attend an inpatient program due to issues such as work, family obligations or other barriers. For these customers we offer Therapeutic Day Treatment.
Our day treatment program consists of a scheduled series of structured group and individual counseling sessions in conjunction with random drug screens, available medical services, options for Medication Assisted Treatment and employability skill training. Day treatment services are specially designed for those individuals who need an intensive and structured therapy regiment early in recovery, but who feel capable of managing their impulsive desires to use drugs or alcohol well enough to live independently.
The Day Treatment Program schedule is 5 to 7 days per week and 4 to 8 hours per day. Treatment will mirror that of our residential treatment program and offer many of the same treatment options. Customers are able to attend Group Therapy sessions, Individual Therapy sessions and engage with group members in an environment that is safe and supportive of their sobriety. This program allows customers to get the best possible treatment in an accepting environment that is conducive to change and return to their home every evening.
If five or more days per week is more treatment than one can accommodate in their schedule, we also offer Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient treatment. Both of these programs provide Individual and Group Counseling as well as random drug screen, assessments and available medical services. Our Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) utilize the Matrix Model curriculum, which is an evidence-based program that offers comprehensive, coordinated, and defined services that address a variety of needs including, but not limited to, situational stressors, family relations, interpersonal relationships, wellness, family life cycle, and psychiatric illnesses, combined with continued substance use disorder treatment. Many of the same group options available in our Residential program are available in our Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs as well.