At Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital in Tucson, Arizona, we know that treatment is never a one-size-fits-all experience. If you are over the age of 18 and are struggling with a substance abuse problem, our chemical dependency intensive outpatient program (CDIOP) may offer the help you are looking for. Treatment in this program is always a fully customized experience, designed to meet each individual’s specific needs and address all of his or her concerns while simultaneously encouraging his or her strengths.
Group therapy is the primary intervention used within our CDIOP. These groups occur during normal programming hours, for a total of three hours a day, three days each week. In the group setting, individuals are able to share their own experiences while also learning from the experiences that are shared by other group members. Furthermore, within this setting, individuals can encourage and support one another, allowing everyone to develop a sense of camaraderie and helping them to understand that they are not alone in the struggles that they are facing.
Topics that may be discussed in our group therapy sessions can include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Acceptance skills
- Early recovery
- Change skills
- Barriers to recovery
- Triggers for relapse
- Relapse prevention skills
Family groups are also available when appropriate to offer education and support.
If you believe that you or an important person in your life might be able to benefit from participating in our chemical dependency intensive outpatient program in Tucson, we are here to help.
Please contact our Outpatient Clinic at (520) 399-8688 or our Admissions and Referrals Department at (877) 941-6946 or (520) 469-8700 to schedule an appointment for an assessment. We proudly accept Medicaid coverage for our intensive outpatient services, and we encourage you to reach out to us with any questions you may have about payment options.