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How often will my teen receive treatment in IOP care?

The IOP level of care provides teens with three hours of treatment, four days a week 

At our IOP level of care, our teens:  

  • Receive two individual psychiatry sessions per month 
  • Receive one individual therapy session per week 
  • Participate in one family therapy session per week 
  • Participate in one multi-family therapy session per week 
  • Engage in daily group therapy sessions 
  • Engage in weekly experiential therapies 

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Does insurance cover residential treatment? How do I pay for treatment? 

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