Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program

Support, therapy, education and coping skills to help you overcome your distressing symptoms and regain control of your life.

The Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program provides you with the comprehensive care and expertise you need so you can get back to your everyday life. We treat many behavioral health conditions, including:

Using cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as medication management and vital coping skills, your behavioral health team will support you as you work toward the goals you set to improve your overall functioning at home, work or school.

Admission

To be admitted to the Intensive Outpatient Program, you’ll need to be referred by a Primary Care Physician, psychotherapist or a medical specialist.

Please call our Bloomington location at 812.353.3450 for more information or an appointment.

Program Goal

the goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program is to decrease your distressing symptoms and for you to regain control of your life and return to healthy functioning in your everyday life.

Daily Schedule

The Intensive Outpatient Program meets five days each week, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You must come participate at minimum three days a week. The average time in this program is fifteen days.

Completing the Program

During your participation in the Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program, your therapists, nurses and physicians will help you make progress toward your goals, so that ultimately you can transition to meeting with an outpatient provider for the ongoing management of your condition.

What To Expect from Intensive Outpatient Program

Admission

To be admitted to the Intensive Outpatient Program, you’ll need to be referred by a Primary Care Physician, psychotherapist or a medical specialist.

Please call our Bloomington location at 812.353.3450 for more information or an appointment.

Program Goal

the goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program is to decrease your distressing symptoms and for you to regain control of your life and return to healthy functioning in your everyday life.

Daily Schedule

The Intensive Outpatient Program meets five days each week, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You must come participate at minimum three days a week. The average time in this program is fifteen days.

Completing the Program

During your participation in the Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program, your therapists, nurses and physicians will help you make progress toward your goals, so that ultimately you can transition to meeting with an outpatient provider for the ongoing management of your condition.

Write down any questions you have about the Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program so you can plan to ask your doctor. Your questions may include:

  • Am I a candidate for the Intensive Outpatient Program?
  • What can I do to ensure my success in the program?
  • Who do I call if I am struggling and need extra help?
  • How can I measure my success in the program? Are there things I can do at home to help my recovery?

Questions to Ask Your Provider About the Intensive Outpatient Program

Write down any questions you have about the Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program so you can plan to ask your doctor. Your questions may include:

  • Am I a candidate for the Intensive Outpatient Program?
  • What can I do to ensure my success in the program?
  • Who do I call if I am struggling and need extra help?
  • How can I measure my success in the program? Are there things I can do at home to help my recovery?

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