Our Intensive Outpatient Program meets three days a week, for three hours each visit. The full term of this program is usually nine weeks and we have two tracks; one in the morning and one in the evening. This is often convenient for individuals who work or go to school.
Each group is divided into two sections, process group and education. During the process group you are given the opportunity to talk through current and past situations, experiences and feelings. You will receive feedback from your counselor and fellow group members. This feedback is designed to help you identify defense mechanisms that may interfere with recovery; decrease and change negative belief systems and promote self-discovery. You will learn new healthy ways to cope with life without the use of mood altering substances. You will learn from each other’s experiences and your motivation for recovery may be increased through the encouragement of others. Process groups will help you learn how to identify and express your feelings and emotions which may have been suppressed for years. Each group member learns how to develop boundaries and works on finding a balance in life. Education is a vital component for successful treatment. We present a different topic each group. These topics cover a variety of important issues for recovering people. Relapse prevention, grief and loss, anger, spirituality, and cross addiction are examples of a few of our educations. We utilize a variety of didactic material including films, worksheets, readings and lectures for you to learn about these topics.
We use the proven twelve-step program model. You are introduced to twelve-step literature and have access to panels of individuals involved in twelve step programs who share their stories with you. You will be expected to attend a minimum of three twelve step meetings weekly.
Another crucial treatment component is family participation. You are encouraged to bring family members or others who are supportive in your recovery process. Together, you and your support people learn to communicate effectively with each other. Families are able to process through past hurts, fears and resentments, which usually affect recovering families.
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The Eleventh Hour Rehabilitation Program is covered by most insurance companies. We also accept all major credit cards for payment whether you are paying for treatment yourself or you have co pays and deductibles. The Eleventh Hour does not accept Medicare or Medi-Cal, but we are able to set you up on a payment plan so that you may receive the treatment you need.