Silicon Beach Outpatient Center IOP - Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Silicon Beach Outpatient Center is a premier intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) center offering individualized patient care in Los Angeles, California for substance abuse and addiction. Our program provides clients seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction with a recovery program focused on healing the entire person. Clients receive therapy along with additional treatments including trauma support, relapse prevention, yoga, mindfulness meditation, and more.
At Silicon Beach Outpatient Center we offer clients the support needed 24 hours a day to help them gradually return to society. Our focus is to help clients learn to integrate school, family, work, and friends into a stable, functional, effective life. Our outpatient center works with sober living facilities as needed for clients.
We address the psychological, emotional, and behavioral components of addiction while simultaneously treating their underlying traumas and co-occuring disorders to help achieve long-term sobriety. Specialized care for co-morbid disorders such as anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders as well as problems with low-self esteem, unresolved trauma, eating disorders, body image, gambling, anger resolution, grief and loss.
Our team of highly-trained staff specialize in an integrated, multidisciplinary module of treatment. Our IOP treatment Los Angeles staff is passionate about helping clients find their way again and rediscover themselves while learning and developing healthy behaviors. At Silicon Beach Outpatient Center, we focus on addressing the whole person, mind, body, and spirit is essential for long lasting recovery and wellness.
To learn more about our intensive outpatient program in Los Angeles, please call us today at 844.415.8198.
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