Both Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient Treatment (OP) levels of care are offered in day and evening groups. The program takes five months to complete. IOP consists of six weeks of group three times weekly, followed by six weeks of group two times weekly, followed by eight weeks of group one time weekly. OP consists of group twice a week for twelve weeks followed by at least eight weeks of group one time a week. Individuals are encouraged to attend group once a week for up to a year for ongoing skills reinfocement and connections for a substance-free lifestyle.
Treatment level is based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine's Patient Placement Criteria for the Treatment of Substance-Related Disorders (ASAM). Graduates of the program are eligible to apply to become volunteer peer facilitators.
Women only group is available once a week for women enrolled in the ASAP program.
The ASAP program uses the Matrix Model, an evidence-based curriculum, which includes the topics: Early Recovery Skills, Relapse Prevention Skills, Family Education, and Social Support Skills.
Insurance(s) Accepted: Medicaid, Indigent MSO funding, third party insurance. Funding for women with dependent children, pregant women, and injection drug users.
To enroll call AspenPointe Contact Center at 572-6100.
Hours: Day and Evening groups available depending on insurance and availability of paneled providers.