What is IOP and Addiction Treatment?
Individuals who have found themselves in a cycle of drug dependency may struggle to break free on their own. At BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services, we offer an IOP (intensive outpatient program) and addiction program to support you along the way. This IOP program allows you to receive substance abuse treatment while also maintaining your everyday activities, such as work and school. This flexible program was created so you do not have to lose precious time with your family and loved ones while you journey to create a healthier lifestyle. For more information on our IOP addiction program, contact clinical director Dr. Dwane Allen at our Lewisville, TX office today.
"Was surprised to see you guys offering suboxone treatment! I've been seeing Dr. Gray for about 2 years and have been suggesting that they integrate it into their services. I have been doing it for about a month now and I am definitely impressed by the results."- A.W. / Google / Oct 03, 2021
"I have been a patient at BHFS for about 6 months now and although their service was top notch, I wasn't seeing phenomenal improvement in myself until they started their suboxone treatment with me. I feel like I am finally the man I am supposed to be. Very grateful they added this addition to their clinic as not many clinics in my area provide this service."- J.H. / Google / Oct 02, 2021
"Friendly staff. Very kind, caring and considerate. Wanted to do their best to advocate for me and my child."- A.L. / Google / Oct 01, 2021
"The clinic was very nice! I was able to learn more about therapy. The staff is clean and just the right size to have caring conversations to develop personally. I appreciate Mrs.Gray's presence and timely help as we complete services with her assistance."- T.J. / Google / Sep 29, 2021
"I have just started counseling and am hoping for a life changing experience. It is a friendly atmosphere and my counselor assured me of success if I do my part, which I will. Looking forward to feeling human again."- G.P. / Google / Sep 28, 2021
How Does IOP Addiction Treatment Work?
When you visit BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services for your treatment, you can expect that our team is here to help you create a healthy life. Before we begin your treatment, we'll sit down and discuss your health, past history, drug use, and more so we can get an idea of who you are and what you'll need from us. As an intensive outpatient program, you can attend sessions in the day or evening, depending on your schedule, and you'll always have access to our team of physicians, psychiatrists, therapists, and other support staff to help you along the way. During your treatment, you can expect:
- Individual therapy: One-on-one sessions with an educated therapist will give you the safe space you need to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that play a role in your substance abuse.
- Group therapy: Group therapy is so important when fighting substance abuse, as it helps you develop a support system of people going through the same thing as you who can encourage you along the way, and you for them.
- Family therapy: Many families and/or couples gain a lot from family/couple therapy as it helps them improve their communication as a unit.
- Case management: You will be assigned a case manager that will coordinate your care while you are in our program.
- Drug testing: Regular drug testing will help you stay accountable during your recovery.
Manage Your Addiction
Taking control of and fighting a drug addiction can be very difficult to do, especially on your own. At BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services, clinical director Dr. Dwane Allen and his team of physicians, counselors, therapists, psychiatrists, and more are here to help you beat your addiction with our intensive outpatient program (IOP). This outpatient addiction program allows you to maintain the normalcy of life, like work and school, while getting the help you need to beat your addiction. Our team takes the responsibility we have seriously to help you discover freedom from your addiction, and we are here to help. For more information, contact our Lewisville, TX office to schedule a one-on-one consultation.