Colorado Springs Outpatient Rehab Center
Intensive Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Rehab
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Our IOP Offers Convenient and Flexible Outpatient Drug Rehab
After completing an addiction treatment program at an inpatient rehab center, you will likely need some continued support as you proceed into life on your own in recovery. However, you may not be able to commit to living in an alcohol and drug rehab center for 90 days. To better meet you where you are, we provide an intensive outpatient program in Colorado Springs that addresses the unique needs of individuals who are recovering from alcohol and drug addiction.
Nova’s Colorado Springs IOP offers high-quality recovery support with the flexibility to attend school and work, or maintain other life obligations. Our Colorado Springs IOP meets three times a week at a convenient and safe location, or online through our virtual sessions. Within this clinical setting, we will provide additional substance abuse education, as well as time to explore personal issues and practice life skills in recovery.
How Long Does IOP Take?
IOP at Nova Recovery Center lasts about eight weeks. Throughout the program, you’ll attend group meetings with other individuals in recovery and discuss topics such as family dynamics, social skills, problem-solving, relapse prevention, and more. This two-month intensive outpatient program in Colorado Springs is an excellent continuation of treatment following your time at an alcohol rehab center. If you are searching for continued recovery support in Colorado Springs, our outpatient program is an ideal solution with lasting benefits.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment That is Perfectly Aligned With Your Needs
Nova’s Colorado Springs IOP provides a number of benefits for individuals in recovery. While enrolled in outpatient rehab you can expect to gain the following things from our services:
- Remain accountable to your sobriety – After completing treatment at a drug rehab center, staying sober is difficult. Regardless of how determined you are, accountability is a key aspect of long-term sobriety. If you don’t have it, you are much more likely to relapse. Our Colorado Springs IOP will keep you accountable to the goals and commitments you’ve made in your sobriety.
- Develop a peer support community – Community support is also essential to long-term success. Our outpatient services offer strong, peer support as you manage the challenges of early recovery. Our IOP can also be combined with any local recovery support groups for an even more extensive recovery community.
- Gain important life skills – Tools and skills such as problem-solving, effective communication, and social relations can be used to enhance your relapse prevention strategies and ease the transition out of a rehab center and into sober life on your own. Our intensive outpatient program not only teaches you skills like these but also gives you time to practice them on your own to prevent future drug abuse.
- Experience Colorado Springs living – Colorado Springs is a city amid change. As a result, The Springs is continually evolving and adapting to its growing popularity. Colorado Springs has experienced an explosion of growth over the last six decades. The population continues to grow with no end in sight. As a result, this city has proven to be one of the best places to live in the United States.
Would you prefer to stay at home for your outpatient sessions?
We offer convenient and effective online treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Same quality, same value, more convenience.
- Attend fully interactive online group sessions through a convenient video platform.
- Access your treatment program from your computer, phone, or tablet.
- Get individualized and comprehensive treatment from a licensed counselor at a licensed Texas facility.
- Gain valuable tools and skills that will help you stay sober.
- Establish a sober support system through regular interaction with treatment professionals and other sober people.
- Avoid face-to-face encounters during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Comprehensive Care for Extensive Personal Growth and Accountability
- Individual Drug Counseling – One-on-one counseling allows you to explore the life experiences and underlying causes that have contributed to your addiction. You’ll work with a counselor and recovery specialist weekly to investigate your drug abuse with honest self-assessment in a private and judgment-free environment.
- Group Counseling – Group counseling sessions provide valuable insight into your own behavior and provide opportunities to practice communicating respectfully and honestly with others. These sessions will also offer social reinforcement of the 12-Step principles as you work through them in treatment.
- Educational Lectures – Learn about a broad range of topics related to alcohol and drug addiction and recovery through various formats for all learning styles. These lectures are not only informative, but the details you glean from them will help you better understand your addiction and how you can work to continue living a sober life.
- Experiential Therapy – Not everyone feels comfortable in one-on-one therapy sessions. Experiential Therapy puts you in a more relaxed environment, such as outside or in an art studio, where you can face difficult emotions and learn how to manage them without relying on drugs or alcohol.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – CBT is designed to help you stop the destructive behaviors in your life. With the help of a licensed therapist, you will apply CBT to develop important skills like self-monitoring, and stress management, and learn how to deal with cravings, triggers, and high-risk situations you may face.
- 12-Step Facilitation Therapy – This behavioral therapy goes hand-in-hand with working the 12-Step Program. It promotes long-term sobriety by providing guided deep exploration and self-assessment related to the principles of the program as you also continue to actively engage with a 12-Step peer support group.
- Contingency Management – This type of therapy uses tangible rewards to recognize positive behaviors, like staying sober or adhering to your program requirements. Examples include overnight passes to visit with family or extra recreation activities. Staff also use Contingency Management to acknowledge negative behaviors with personal reflection and productive discussion.
Find New Life in the Beautiful Colorado Springs City
Known as Little London in its early days, the city was founded in 1871 as a resort town by Civil War hero, General William J. Palmer. Today, Olympic City USA is home to more than 55 unique things to see and do. Enjoy stunning natural scenery, endless blue skies, and exciting choices for outdoor adventure. See where Olympic dreams are born and discover all that Colorado’s second-largest city has to offer.
Here are just a few ways that establishing a life in Colorado Springs can be beneficial for your sobriety.
- Housing is Affordable: Colorado Springs tends to be more affordable than in other parts of the state, which is a huge reason many people choose to live there. Being that Colorado Springs is only about an hour drive away from Denver, many people who work or commute into Denver on a daily basis choose to live in Colorado Springs.
- There is a Strong Sense of Community: Another thing that makes the town so popular is its sense of community. Although technically a city, Colorado Springs has more of a suburban feel, making it especially popular among families and married couples.
- Expect a High Quality of Life, and Not Just Because of the Elevation: One of the most important things about living in Colorado Springs is the city’s quality of life. Due to great weather year-round, residents are frequently able to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Bicycling, running and hiking are all popular forms of exercise in Colorado Springs, keeping it’s residents happy and healthy.
If you’re new to Colorado Springs or you’re just looking for ways to meet sober friends in the area, there are plenty of options out there for you. Here are just a few of the best ways to meet sober friends in Colorado Springs.
Located in the Desirable Colorado Springs Area
Nova’s Colorado Springs IOP office is located at 3610 Rebecca Lane Suite 210, Colorado Springs, CO 80917.
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What Makes Us Different
- Gender-specific treatment
- Evidenced-based treatment
- 12-Step immersion
- 90-day residential treatment
- Family program
- Full continuum of care
- Insurance and private pay
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Nova Recovery Center is dedicated to helping you or your loved one get help. Please call or fill out this form for a confidential consultation.
One of our understanding, dedicated advisors will contact you about your options. Begin healing today.
Nova Recovery Center is dedicated to helping you or your loved one get help. Please call or fill out this form for a confidential consultation. One of our understanding, dedicated advisors will contact you about your options. Begin healing today.