The Arbor Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (Arbor Adolescent IOP) provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to teens at our Waco, Texas location. The Arbor Adolescent IOP is a 12-week, structured substance abuse and mental health program.
The Adolescent IOP Experience
The program provides a focus on overcoming personal issues, identity development, enhancing motivation for sobriety, holistic wellness, family and social support, and 12-step integration.
The adolescent IOP experience is grounded in best practices and research-based therapies including solution-focused, structural, experiential, and family systems therapies.
We integrate 12-step concepts for an approach that encompasses all areas of adolescent life.
IOP Therapies For Teens
The Arbor Adolescent IOP program includes weekly individual therapy, and both didactic and processing group therapy. Family integration is an essential component of The Arbor Adolescent IOP. We view substance use and recovery from a systemic perspective. Parents are encouraged to attend bi-weekly family therapy sessions and family support services.
Adolescent IOP Program Overview
- Qualified assessment and treatment planning
- 12-week curriculum
- Mixed gender groups
- Process groups focusing on early intervention, relapse prevention, and the 12-steps
- Life skills instruction with hands-on implementation and interactive activities
- Family support services
- Identity development
- Self-esteem and self-worth development
- Team-building activities
- Recovery and resiliency
The Arbor Adolescent IOP is offered at the following location:
The Arbor, Waco
213A Old Hewitt Rd
Waco, TX 76712
Insurance is accepted. We accept most insurance plans. Please give us a call to verify your coverage. Some of our companies include:
Please call us today. Our confidential assessment process will determine whether alcohol or drug rehab is advised—and, if so, which program is best for them.
Contact us now for a Confidential Assessment or for more information on our Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program.