The IFS Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program is a clinical non-residential treatment service that permits our clients to live at home while learning to recover their lives from the harmful and negative consequences that occur when alcohol and drug abuse take a seemingly unrelenting grip on their lives.
Our program includes both Outpatient and (IOP) Intensive Outpatient Program Services to address the varying degrees of intervention a client may require while maintaining home, school, and work responsibilities. The IFS Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program is fully licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.
Assessment & Evaluation
Relapse Prevention Skills
1 to 5 Hours per Week
Structured Therapy through Increased Periods of Time with IFS Staff (2-3 times per week)
Comprehensive Recovery Education & Relapse Skills
Individual & Group Counseling
Couple & Family Counseling
Referral to Outpatient
5 to 9 Hours per Week
Clients are admitted to the IFS Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program that also face mental health challenges and emotional disturbances that may hinder and complicate recovery. These challenges will be addressed with the assistance of IFS therapists and in conjunction with your psychiatric caregivers.