IBH Addiction Recovery's Outpatient Programs are used to address drug and alcohol addiction that does not require round-the-clock supervision.
Outpatient Programs enable clients to live at home or in recovery housing. They are designed to establish support mechanisms, help with relapse management and provide coping strategies,
Outpatient Programs may provide newly discharged residential clients with a smoother, more seamless transition back into society. They can continue treatment with those they know and trust rather than having to locate to another program for aftercare.
Outpatient Programs also allow new clients to enter IBH Addiction Recovery at virtually any point of the recovery process. While traditionally known as a residential treatment facility, we are now able to assess and provide the very best level of care for our clients, whatever that care may be.
- Outpatient Program
Offers access to the treatment and support clients need for recovery, while still allowing them to attend school, remain employed, and/or care for family.
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Provides a higher level of care than our Outpatient Program, consisting of at least nine hours of programming or treatment services a week.
Outpatient and IOP programs are currently being facilitated on the IBH Addiction Recovery campus while awaiting renovations to a permanent home at 1601 S. Main Street in Akron (the former Firestone Park Boy Scouts of America building). The new location will house Outpatient and IOP services, as well as the REACH Project.
If you or someone you care about is seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, call us at 330.644.4095 or 866.815.0IBH. For additional program information, contact Laura Kidd by email or call 330.510.2376, or Marcia Flowers by email or call 330.237.6941.