We offer a range of Outpatient Services that include: an 8-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), a specialized group counseling program, aftercare groups that focus on recovery management, and specialized assessments for certain licensed professionals (nurses, pharmacy technicians, etc.)
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) for substance use disorder can help you strike the balance between getting the dedicated professional help you need and maintaining a life and work schedule. The goal is to help you integrate a practical recovery program into your daily life by combining the convenience of weekly outpatient services with Pavillon’s dedicated approach to ongoing recovery efforts.
Mill Spring, NC Outpatient Program to Serve You
Our outpatient program in Mill Spring, NC does not require living in a treatment center or hospital for supervised care. This allows the individual to lessen the impact of substance use disorder treatment on their work and home life.
To ensure your safety during COVID-19, we are now offering our outpatient counseling and meetings virtually. Virtual treatment allows you to still receive the care you need without having to leave the safety and comfort of your home.
Our IOP program on our campus in Mill Spring, NC gives you the tools to get started on the long, personal and challenging road to recovery. Most importantly, you get expert, experienced treatment while continuing to live at home and maintain your work-life.
Throughout our intensive outpatient treatment programs, our clinical and medical staff help individuals learn how to:
- Begin to thrive while free from drug and alcohol use
- Improve the quality of their relationships
- Integrate recovery tools into their daily living
- Obtain a more balanced lifestyle
- Become part of a local, thriving recovery community
- Return and re-integrate into the community as a healthy, vibrant member
We also encourage families to participate in our outpatient programs through Pavillon’s Family Program.
For more information about intensive outpatient treatment or Pavillon’s program for families, call 828-694-2300.