In Balance’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a level of substance abuse treatment that provides clients with the flexibility to work, attend school, and remain at home while addressing their substance use challenges.
In Balance Counseling offers individual counseling services to clients who may need additional support in managing common mental or behavioral health disorders. Our counseling services are designed for individuals who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, substance use, post-traumatic stress, or trauma, among other issues.
In Balance Counseling is dedicated to providing exceptional intensive outpatient services in a group setting for those with drug, alcohol, and co-occurring mental health issues.
We incorporate emotional, social, physical, and spiritual aspects of healing into our approach; and we include experiential therapies such as equine therapy, art therapy, and other modalities to ensure that members experience deep growth from each and every session.
To promote healing in families by providing experiences of reconnection, communication, and conflict resolution.
In Balance encourages members to tap into the many strengths and benefits of the 12-step programs Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Al-Anon. The community, fellowship, and spirituality of 12-step programs offer an important component for members to maintain ongoing sobriety.
In Balance helps introduce the 12-step recovery community to clients by periodically inviting members of 12-step groups to share their experiences in outpatient sessions.
"I came to In Balance a year ago after failing four major inpatient treatment centers for alcohol and drug abuse going back to 1989. I was so sick that I barely remember coming. In Balance has given me my life back. I truly feel like I have been given a second chance at life."
"In Balance has given me a new respect for life. It’s a fun and safe place to be. I experienced many different forms of therapy to keep it interesting. Thank you everyone."
"For me, the diversity of the program was a big plus. The groups were very helpful and supportive. The experiential components were important to learn how to be active in recovery and sobriety."
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In Balance Continuum of Care