New Bridge Foundation®® offers a hybrid intensive outpatient program (IOP), allowing individuals the opportunity to choose to meet in-person or remotely. Our hybrid IOP may be the perfect solution if you’re looking for an addiction treatment option that balances flexibility and personalized care.
Our center provides comprehensive and affordable treatment to clients all over California, focusing on the San Francisco Bay Area. Call 866.772.8491 today to enroll in intensive outpatient treatment with us.
What Is Our Hybrid Intensive Outpatient Program?
New Bridge Foundation®® developed a comprehensive telehealth substance abuse treatment program to maintain access to services from the very start of the pandemic. Initially intended as a temporary solution, the telehealth intensive outpatient program has proven to be far more than that. Clients have embraced the program, finding it engaging, supportive, and educational.
However, after three years of limited social interaction and online fatigue, many individuals yearn to resume face-to-face services. It is from that desire that our hybrid Intensive Outpatient Program was born. It allows individuals to choose between remote or in-person meetings.
Our in-person group is facilitated in one of our beautiful buildings, conveniently located in the Berkeley Hills. The space offers a comfortable and intimate setting, for those who prefer that face-to-face contact.
The virtual option continues to provide client-centered care, meeting the varied needs of our diverse clients, with the convenience of what telehealth offers, from anywhere in California.
What Happens in Our Hybrid IOP?
An intensive outpatient program is ideal for individuals who do not require 24/7 supervision but still need intensive addiction treatment.
This treatment option employs evidence-based therapies to help clients build healthy coping skills and develop effective relapse prevention strategies. Our qualified counselors use a range of interventions, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), family education, and group and individual counseling. Intensive outpatient program clients also benefit from peer support that is an integral part of the treatment process.
Why Choose Our Hybrid IOP Treatment Option?
Located in Berkeley, California, New Bridge Foundation®® has been providing affordable treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders for over 55 years. Our expertise includes working with active-duty military members and veterans, individuals with co-occurring disorders, and LGBTQ+ affirming care.
Newsweek magazine has once again, for a fourth consecutive year, recognized New Bridge Foundation®® as one of America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers. This prestigious award makes New Bridge Foundation® an All-Time winner and we are proud to rank sixth out of 82 addiction treatment centers surveyed in California.
It is important to note that the National Institute of Drug Abuse has found that, regardless of the level of care, 90 days of treatment for substance use disorder is optimal. Because of this, individuals who have completed a short-term stay in residential treatment may benefit greatly from a step-down to an intensive outpatient program.
Because our hybrid IOP at New Bridge Foundation®® is designed to be accessible to clients from anywhere in California, accessing intensive outpatient treatment has never been easier. We use the latest technology to ensure clients receive the same care and attention as in person.
Take the First Step Toward Recovery with New Bridge Foundation®® Today
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, our hybrid intensive outpatient program at New Bridge Foundation®® can help. Our personalized, evidence-based addiction counseling services can provide the support and guidance you need to achieve lasting sobriety.
Our experienced team of addiction specialists is here to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the treatment process. Contact us today at 866.772.8491 or online to learn more about our addiction treatment options and how we can help you take the first step toward recovery.