Intensive Outpatient Rehab Program
Nōmina’s Intensive Outpatient Rehab Program (IOP) is a well-respected and dynamic community-based treatment program that supports complex addiction and mental health.
Rooted in our advanced, evidence-based therapies, our uniquely designed treatment program has been modelled after years of scientific research on lasting transformational change.
Our Outpatient Rehab is an accessible 6 or 8 week mental health and addiction day program option for those who do not need medical detoxification. Our IOP can be a safer first step for those interested in more robust outpatient addiction treatment or outpatient mental health programs while remaining at home.
As part of our IOP, we conduct detailed assessments and develop a customized treatment plan. We provide psychoeducation, group support, holistic lifestyle management, and addiction and mental health counselling. Additionally, we offer our renowned family education and support services.
Working with you, we create elements of your transformational treatment plan to support your recovery journey.
Our Outpatient Rehab Program Includes:
Full initial assessment with various providers as determined by your treatment plan
Weekly psychotherapy sessions with both a primary clinician and a dedicated support counsellor who will help you along in your treatment process
Direct Neuro Feedback (8-week program)
Various evening group supports to help promote individual change and accessibility
Support to fitness and other lifestyle needs
Integrated family education and support - including an intensive online family program delivered over the course of a weekend
Some services may be available virtually. Check with us to discuss options that are best for you.
Part services may be covered by extended health benefits, and we encourage you to check with your provider.
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