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Traditional outpatient programs are not possible for many people due to work or family commitments. That’s why we offer a virtual intensive outpatient program. Our V-IOP is a deep-dive treatment approach that focuses on identifying and healing the root of addiction issues.

Program Offering Includes:

  • One-on-one sessions with a licensed therapist
  • Skills-based group therapy
  • Emotional regulation and healthy coping skills classes
  • A relapse prevention plan
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Case management

We understand that a medical detox program requires the services of highly qualified staff. Our medical detox program has staff thoroughly evaluates the physical and chemical components of your situation. This includes a detailed medical history assessment, as well as alcohol and substance abuse history. Bridges of Hope offers excellent accomidationis, as well as our hard working, courteous full-time staff of therapists, nurses, and addiction experts. Our medical director is a trained physician specializing in addiction medicine.

Most frequent questions about Virtual Intensive Outpatient

What Is Outpatient Detox?

Virtual intensive outpatient treatment (V-IOP) is a specialized form of intensive outpatient treatment that uses secure video conferencing to provide care to individuals unable to attend in-person meetings. Our V-IOP allows individuals to receive the same high-quality care as a traditional intensive outpatient treatment but in a more convenient format.

What Happens During A V-IOP Session?

During a V-IOP meeting, participants will connect with their counselor and fellow group members via video chat. The group provides support and encouragement. Throughout the session, individuals discuss their treatment progress and any challenges they face.

Case managers also review individuals’ treatment progress during sessions, set goals for the upcoming week, and provide support and resources as needed.

Why Consider A V-IOP?

Traditional IOP programs can be challenging to access, especially if you live in a rural area, have a busy schedule, or have transportation issues. That’s where virtual intensive outpatient treatment (V-IOP) comes in. V-IOP allows individuals to receive addiction treatment from the comfort of their homes at a time that works for them. And because V-IOP takes place on a computer or mobile device, it’s more affordable than traditional IOP programs.

Other benefits of a virtual intensive outpatient program include:

  • Flexible meeting times and schedules
  • Family involvement
  • Privacy
  • Convenience
  • Personalized treatment
  • Lower costs

How Long Does Drug and Alcohol Detox Last?

The drug and alcohol detox timeline can range anywhere between a few days to a couple of weeks, according to the World Health Organization. The length of drug detox is dependent on factors including the type of substance being used, the severity of dependence, and the person’s current state of health.

  • Alcohol: 2 to 10 days
  • Short-acting opioids (e.g., heroin): 4 to 10 days
  • Alcohol: 2 to 10 days Short-acting opioids (e.g., heroin): 4 to 10 days Long-acting opioids (e.g., morphine): 10 to 20 days
  • Short-acting benzodiazepines (e.g., alprazolam, temazepam): 2 to 4 weeks
  • Long-acting benzodiazepines (e.g., diazepam nitrazepam): 2 to 8 weeks
  • Stimulants (e.g., cocaine, methamphetamine, amphetamine): 3 to 5 days

How Often Does V-IOP Meet?

Most V-IOP programs meet 3-5 times weekly for individual counseling sessions and group therapy. The frequency of meetings will vary depending on the needs of each client. Some programs meet more frequently, while others meet less often. Our virtual intensive outpatient program meets three days a week for three hours per day.

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“I had a great experience at bridges, would highly recommend to anyone seeking help. The facility is very nice and well kept, the staff members are amazing and treat you great. They listen to your needs and help in every way they can.”

— Zach, Alumni

“Bridges of hope is a amazing place I came here on my own and the moment I got here I wanted to leave so I can drink. So I changed my mind and it changed my life. The program is very good and you learn a lot about yourself.”

— Brayden, Alumni

“Small integrated group. Relaxed. Staff absolutely incredible. Comfortable rooms with TV was able to work in the yard and opportunities to leave the facility with Staff to ease the process of Rehab. A gym and weight room… And Awesome food!!! You won’t go hungry here… Love it 💜 Highly recommend!”

— Megan, Alumni

“This was my first time in treatment I was worried about it. But the staff is amazing they actually care about you and your sobriety. Food is amazing. But it has all been a great experience and taught proper tools to use with my recovery! I will refer anyone I know that needs help.”

— Shaun, Alumni

“I can’t even begin to express how great this place was for my fiancé and our family. Every employee I encountered with were so awesome & helpful. You can tell they genuinely care about their patients & their job. They truly saved my fiancés life & us a as a family. I hope everyone battling with addiction goes to a place like this!!!”

— Jori, Loved one