IOP and MAT Programs Established Around Our Anchor Facilities.
Utilizing our Inpatient & Detox treatment centers as an anchor establishments in larger cities, we would like to offer individuals in smaller towns the opportunity to find & continue sobriety through our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) & Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Programs. These can be used as step-down programs after residential treatment is successfully completed or for individuals only needing a lower level of care.
Although in the same location, our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) & Medication Assisted Treatment Program (MAT) will operate in different capacities, on two separate sides of the building. Our IOP program will consist of offering therapy sessions, both on an individual and group basis. On the opposite end, our MAT program will offer individuals a program structured around medication management, also including services such as brain mapping & NAD Therapy.
Potential Treatment Locations
6183 & 6189 Grovedale Court
- Price – $120,000 each
- Number Of Properties – 2
- Property Type – Commercial – Office
2869 & 2811 Duke Street
- Unit Size – 1,191 – 1,203 SF
- Price – $400,000 each
- Property Subtype – Medical
- No. Units – 2
- Year built – 1965
- Property Type – Office
- Lot Size – 0.17 AC
Our Outpatient Detox program will allow patients to return home or to a sober living program at the end of the day. This will be extremely beneficial to clients needing a less restrictive level of care such as residential treatment. This type of program will offer medical monitoring of symptoms, counseling & therapy sessions, and on-hand support when a client is tempted to relapse.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a form of substance abuse rehabilitation in which people visit our treatment center several days a week for a few hours at a time. However, unlike an inpatient program, it does not require participants to live at the facility. Our program will include the following services:
- Individual & Group Therapy
- Group Meetings
- Motivational Interviewing
- Medication Management
- Aftercare Planning
MAT is for individuals who want to stop using substances and who can adhere to our program standards. New patients will initially meet with a counselor to develop an individualized treatment plan. For most patients, participation in our program initially involves once or twice weekly group therapy as well as regular appointments with a nurse practitioner or physician for medication management. Benefits of MAT treatment include:
- Improve patient survival
- Increase retention in treatment
- Decrease illicit opiate use and other criminal activity among people with substance use disorders
- Increase patients’ ability to gain and maintain employment
- Improve birth outcomes among women who have substance use disorders and are pregnant
The ARTS Program
In 2017, DMAS launched an enhanced substance use disorder treatment benefit – Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services (ARTS). The ARTS benefit provides treatment for members with substance use disorders across the state. The ARTS benefit expands access to a comprehensive continuum of addiction treatment services for all enrolled members in Medicaid, FAMIS and FAMIS MOMS including expanded community-based addiction and recovery treatment services and coverage of inpatient detoxification and residential substance use disorder treatment.
The program is paid for by the state of Virginia and was introduced in 2017 in response to the growing opioid addiction crisis. The ARTS program is well-regarded and nearly 25,000 Medicaid recipients used it in its first year of existence.