First of all, we tailor our program directly to you. Our program provides you with guidance from trained, skilled clinicians and addiction specialists. We also provide the opportunity for you to get support from others on their own recovery journey. You will learn a range of valuable recovery skills in intensive outpatient treatment.


  • Early Recovery Skills
  • Relapse Prevention Skills
  • Coping with alcohol and drug cravings
  • Practicing effective communication
  • Finding healthy ways to reduce stress
  • Identifying triggers and learning healthy ways to deal with them
  • Improve decision-making abilities
  • Creating healthy relationships
  • Time Management
  • Financial Planning
  • How to have FUN without using drugs and alcohol


Secondly, we offer sober living a few blocks away for men and less than two miles away for women.  We feel that one of the most important values to the recovery process is “community.” We offer the opportunity to live in a supportive environment, attend treatment, and practice the principles you are learning. All while you continue to work or attend school. This allows you the gift(chance) to begin rebuilding your personal, familial, and professional relationships from day one. This is a great alternative to inpatient treatment that can last 30-60 days, alienating you from the outside world, and delaying the ability to practice recovery in real life settings.


Additionally, our intensive outpatient sessions are afternoons from 1:00 pm to 4:00 p.m. and evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to allow for work and school schedules.  Something unique that we offer is a FREE MEAL at every session to reduce the stress associated with rushing to get to group.  Sharing a meal with one another is an antiquated event in today’s fast-paced culture, but the value and importance of creating a community and culture are unparalleled.  By providing dinner, we solve problems and create solutions.  Two things we always focus on at Stages of Recovery Intensive Outpatient Program.

How We Help You

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How We Help Families

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Providing newly recovering addicts and alcoholics with the guidance they need
to practice a relapse prevention plan.

Are you ready to take the next step on the road to recovery? CONTACT US TODAY!

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