Community Intensive Outpatient Program | Colorado CIOP

One of the most important aspects of group therapy is connecting and relating to others in the program. That’s why AspenRidge Recovery offers two Intensive Outpatient Programs–Community IOP and Professional IOP–designed to provide the right level of care and a connected group of recovered people with similar life experiences.

What is a Community Intensive Outpatient Program?

We’ve designed the Community Intensive Outpatient Program (CIOP) to create a supportive therapeutic environment for the entire community. Typically, the individuals in the program are younger and haven’t yet started careers, but everyone is assigned to groups based on individual circumstances. By connecting individuals with similar experiences, the dynamic strengthens and fosters strong connections. When the group functions better, the outcomes improve, and clients build stronger foundations for recovery.

Our community CIOP lasts up to 90-days and an ideal option if you are transitioning from a residential treatment program or a partial hospitalization program or cannot obtain treatment during the day.

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What is Does CIOP Offer?

  • Up to 90 Days
  • 3 Hours of Group Therapy per Day, 3 Days per Week
  • Biweekly Individual Therapy for Addiction, Mental Health & Trauma
  • Optional Recovery Housing
  • Psychiatry Services
  • Family Care Program
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Tapers
  • Lifetime Community Support with our Alumni Program

How it Works

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COMPLETE A PERSONALIZED ASSESSMENT
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START TREATMENT
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Why It Works

The program is less intense than our Day IOP–which provides 30 hours of therapy per week–but still provides structure and continued care. At the same time, individuals gain a better understanding of the root causes of their addiction. During Evening IOP, people can work, attend school, and fulfill their family obligations. At this point in treatment, people begin to develop confidence in their sobriety and continue working on the path to recovery.

Get Help Today at AspenRidge Recovery

At AspenRidge Recovery, we offer a continuum of care focused on transitioning clients through different levels, which provides better and sustainable long-term recovery. Our therapists work with people and families to determine the best level of care. Call us now at (855) 281-5588 to get started.

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