Intensive Outpatient Care for Adults
Centennial Peaks Hospital offers two intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adults that need mental health and substance abuse treatment but do not require 24-hour care. Many patients seeking outpatient care may not meet criteria for inpatient hospitalization, but have mental health issues that make it difficult to work, relax, and participate in healthy relationships with family and friends. Our outpatient programs allow the patients to work and live at home while learning life skills that can empower them to take control of their lives. We determine the needs of each patient through a complimentary, confidential assessment, but typical treatment plans consist of up to 20 sessions. Most patients will attend group therapy nine hours each week. Both day and evening tracks are available for patients that need the flexibility.
Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (MH-IOP)
The MH-IOP is appropriate for those who are experiencing mood swings, depression, panic, mania, anger, and/or anxiety. The program is focused on the development of interpersonal skills, coping skills, relaxation skills, management of symptoms, and mood stabilization. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and other skills-based treatment methods make up a goal-directed treatment plan and homework to increase each patient’s functioning at school, with friends and family, and alone. Through lectures, discussion, and exercises, a wide variety of skills are practiced, with the goal of increasing the patient’s mental health function and their ability to enjoy life.
Adult MH-IOP meets three times per week, for three hours sessions, over six weeks, for a total of 18 sessions, which also includes a family night once a month.
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
The adult partial hospitalization program has been designed to support adults following an acute hospitalization or to avoid an acute hospitalization. The program has been designed for adults who are struggling with psychiatric symptoms, however does not meet criteria for an inpatient setting and are still concerning enough to need more than an Intensive Outpatient Program level of care. The adult PHP program provides 5 hours of therapeutic treatment – 4 days per week. The programs content includes foundational skills for emotional regulation, coping skills to manage impulsive thoughts and behaviors, communication skills to develop tools to identify and meet emotional needs and more
Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program (CD-IOP)
The CD-IOP takes a multi-faceted approach with a strong focus on the cognitive behavioral process. We provide hope and healing for those who suffer from alcohol or drug addiction or co-occurring disorders. We believe that building a strong recovery support system, making changes in one’s lifestyle, and ensuring long-term recovery requires that patients become aware of their addictive thinking and behaviors. We utilize the “Living in Balance” curriculum, an evidence-based program developed by the nationally recognized Hazelden Foundation. Our philosophy is recovery-based (non-AA specific) with an emphasis placed on community support groups concurrent with treatment. We also incorporate nutrition, self-care, and leisure activities to encourage lifestyle and behavior changes.
The CD-IOP program meets three times per week, for three hours each, over the course of 6.5 weeks for a total 20 sessions. During these 20 sessions, we assist individuals in developing recovery skills while remaining in the community and dealing with their daily life stressors.
DBT Informed Skills Intensive Outpatient Program (DBT IOP)
The DBT-IOP has been specifically designed to assist those with both mood disorders and Borderline Personality Disorders. Depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder or borderline personality traits. The program is very skill based with little process. The program focuses on emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness. The program teaches mindfulness to help them learn to live in the moment and pay attention to what is going on inside (thoughts, feelings, sensations and impulses). The program will focus on changing thoughts or beliefs or actions that are not effective or helpful.
DBT-IOP meets three times per week, for three hours sessions, over six weeks, for a total of 18 sessions.
Women’s Survivor Group Intensive Outpatient Program
The group is specifically designed for women who have been a victim of trauma. Clients in the program are experience symptoms that are related to their trauma. Depression, anxiety, hypervigilance, insomnia, startling easy are among some of the symptoms. This group does not go deep into the trauma, however helps the client learn skills to manage the symptoms that result from the trauma. Topics addressed include: trauma, simple\complex, body focused grounding, self-esteem, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, guilt, shame, anger, triggers, relationships, values, coping with trauma symptoms.
Transitional Aged Youth Intensive Outpatient Program (TAY- IOP)
This group is designed for clients age 18-26 who do not feel they have found their path in life yet. The adjustment age where life becomes ‘real’ and they are unsure of how to cope with adulthood. This confusion may look like depression or anxiety, however symptoms are directly related to life adjustment. The group is designed to make adulting easier. The group will focus on relationship skills, schemas, distortions, cognitive restricting, distress tolerance, triggers, work\life balance, healthy living (sleep, nutrition and exercise), family life and transitions, substance abuse, human sexuality, goal setting, family dynamics, communication and boundaries, coping skills, mental health diagnosis, values and core beliefs.
Always Here to Help
Centennial Peaks Hospital is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide a no-cost mental health assessment for you or your loved one. Call us at 303-673-9990 or visit our Louisville, CO facility to get started. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.