Partial treatment may be an option for a client or someone who has come from another residential or hospital program. In partial treatment, the client participates in all the activities except sleeping at the facility.

The partial program takes place 5 to 7 days a week and includes:

  • Group therapy

  • Individual therapy

  • Medication support

  • Psycho-pharmacological assessments and check-ins

  • Monitored urinalysis

  • Staff supported 12 step meetings

  • Three fantastic meals a day including snacks






The importance of an alcohol and drug outpatient rehab program is the continuing success of our patients. The goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is for the patient to continue to be supported in their commitment to abstinence in order to maintain a life free from drugs and alcohol.  Independent Living is always the goal, and this is accomplished through dynamic yet limited immersion in a program that not only anticipates their needs but provides life skills necessary for a therapeutic reentry into their former lives.

The Intensive Outpatient Program’s commitment to accountability is further exemplified through ancillary treatment measures which include (but are not limited to) urinalysis, relapse prevention, medication compliance, groups, individual, family therapy, case management and the introduction of stress reduction techniques.


Every patient’s level of participation is decided upon following an in-depth initial assessment and is coordinated through his or her assigned caseworker.  As with all outpatient drug and alcohol programs, our goal with clients is to continue to develop problem-solving skills, coping mechanisms and learn to reduce everyday stressors in a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment.

Our accredited staff and engaging facility provide a means to that end.






Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services



IATAC psycho-social rehabilitation programs utilize the Role Recovery Model to treat the symptoms of mental illness. The Role Recovery Model focuses all service planning and delivery on assisting persons served to develop the stability, confidence, knowledge, skills, and supports needed and wanted to successfully perform the day-to-day activities associated with the living, learning, working or socializing in the community roles they choose.

Adult Outpatient and Psycho-social Rehabilitation Services are as follows:

  • Individual and Group Therapy

  • Family Support Groups

  • Garden Project

  • Medication Education/Management

  • Psychiatric and Nursing Assessments and Treatment

  • Case Management

  • Overlay Services to People in Group Living Settings

  • Psycho-social Rehabilitation

  • Supported Employment Services

  • Co-occurring Disorders Outpatient Program

  • WIN Program for Elder Persons

  • VICTORY Program

  • REAP Program