Intensive Outpatient Program

Mission

To foster Community, Connection and Compassion for every individual we meet.

Vision

Boulder Integrated Health Intensive Outpatient Program is committed to providing high quality clinical care in conjunction with community resources to foster each participant’s internal motivation for a compassionate and empowered life of recovery.

Our Target Participant

•  18+
•  All Genders and Gender non-conforming
•  Readiness to Change
•  Must be able to regularly attend the program in a self-directed (or as a component/with the aid of another program) way.
•  Must meet DSM V criteria for Substance Use Disorder, be in the contemplation or action stage of recovery
•  Must be clean for 14 days or have a treatment program/detox vouch for their willingness to receive services. (some exceptions will be considered)
•  MAT will be reviewed on a strictly case-by- case basis.

Tuition:

Boulder Integrated Health IOP is a private pay program. We will accept and bill out of network insurance plans.
We offer the program on a cash basis for $2000.00 per month. We do not accept Medicaid at this time.

Curriculum:

The clinical curriculum is based in three main parts:

•  Community Resourcing and Wellness coaching
•  Psycho-education: DBT skills, Seeking Safety, MBRP (Relapse Prevention and Recovery skills)
•  Group Process
Groups will meet Monday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
Participants will receive at minimum one hour of individual therapy per week or as needed

Participants will also have the option to meet with Dr. Jeska Albuisson for medication management as needed.  Participants will have access and referrals to the following ancillary therapy services on a case by case basis:
•  Psych Testing
•  Educational Testing
•  EMDR
•  Somatic Experiencing
•  Nutrition
•  Acudetox
•  Brain spotting
•  Cranial Sacral
•  Neurofeedback
•  Yoga Therapy
•  Body Work

Behavioral Curriculum

The Behavioral Curriculum will be based largely on a coaching model which incorporates parts of case management and community immersion.  Each participant will receive at minimum 1 case management/coaching session per week.

On an as-needed basis, participants will have the option of utilizing a mentor. This mentor will be responsible for facilitating community immersion. BIH IOP has outlined the following resources that we wish to partner with and use as resources to help each participant build their passion.
•  CUCRC
•  12 step supports
•  Community Events
•  Arts Programs
•  Madelife
•  The Creative Accelerator program at Madelife.
•  Phoenix Multisport
•  YS12R
•  Professional Support Services
•  Sports leagues and active lifestyle groups.
•  Web Based Peer Support
•  Alumni Services
•  Community Service

Each participant will be expected to engage in at least one outside community service per week. As the program develops, BIH IOP’s Case Management department will begin to work directly with these outside community organizations in an effort to host weekly or monthly events which are highly encouraged for BIH participants but can be accessed by any community member, such as events at Madelife, CUCRC, hiking, etc.

Teen Adolescent Group and Treatments

We offer a group for teens to find support and guidance regarding for addiction issues.  If a teen has an minor in possession charge, is struggling with peer issues or substance use this will be a great group for them.  We use psycho-education and our group will be based on an integrated model of research, mindfulness awareness and general community resourcing as well.  This will give the teens a place to feel the support of others and gain new sober friends.
Group is Thursday 4:00 pm – 5:30pm, all genders.  We can also offer individual treatment as needed or preferred.  This program is cash only at this time. Group is $35.00 per group

Family Program

BIH IOP fundamentally believes that Substance Use Disorder is a family disease. To that end, each participant, on a case by case basis, will be encouraged to bring their family to the program once per month for family reunification therapy sessions.

Family members will also have access to the Program Director or designee on a weekly basis to receive updates and support on how they can support their loved one.

BIH IOP will begin hosting community family support groups on a bi-monthly basis. These groups will have a Facebook page and will also be posted in public area’s throughout the city in order to encourage any family member of someone struggling with substance use disorder to attend and receive support and hope.

Boulder Integrated Health IOP Schedule