What are Intensive Outpatient Programs?
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide clients who do not require a residential or PHP level of care, the opportunity to receive intensive treatment services while fulfilling their daily responsibilities such as parenting, working, or pursuing educational goals.
Farnum Center Outpatient Services
700 Lake Ave. Entrance A, Manchester, NH 03103
Farnum North | Webster Place
27 Holy Cross Rd. Franklin, NH 03235
First, clients enter through our admissions program, Open Access. Open Access Assessments are conducted by skilled clinicians to determine the appropriate placement and level of care for the client. This is a walk-in service with locations in both Manchester, NH, and Franklin, NH.
Once IOP is recommended as the appropriate level of care, the client will start to participate in the Intensive Outpatient Programs.
What to Expect
In the first phase of IOP treatment, clients participate in educational programs on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for three hours each day, over the course of approximately one month. The program consists of group health realization education, group therapy individual counseling, friend/family education, aftercare planning and case management.
Starting with the initial assessment and continuing through the Intensive Outpatient Program, clients partner with their treatment team to develop an aftercare plan that may include a step down to standard Outpatient Services.