Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)

Our Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) provides structured individual and group addiction treatment and services in an outpatient setting. SAIOP is designed to assist adolescents and adults who have a primary substance-related diagnosis to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance.


Treatment support activities may be adapted or specifically designed for persons with physical disabilities, co-occurring disorders including mental illness or developmental disabilities, pregnant women, chronic relapse and other homogenous groups.


Each SAIOP follows a structured program, which includes the following:


  • individual counseling

  • group counseling

  • family counseling

  • strategies for relapse prevention, including community and social supports

  • life skills

  • crisis contingency planning

  • disease management

  • service coordination activities

  • biochemical assays to identify recent drug use (i.e. urine drug screens)

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Hi, my name is Alex. In the beginning I didn’t want to have counseling at all. I figured out that I like it a lot. In the beginning I thought it was “bad” to have counseling, but in the end I realized they (intensive in home team) are people taking their time to talk and listen to you, and when you need somebody that will just listen, they are always there to break your fall and boost you up. I’m lucky because I got a funny, awesome, and caring team. I also love how if you did something you’re not proud of, and you have no one else to tell you can tell them and they won’t tell anybody. I love all my counselors they are like my best friends. Counseling is not that bad at all, it made me the better person I am today.