Tully Hill’s Outpatient Program and Services include Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient levels of care. Our IOP program encompasses a minimum of nine (9) hours of treatment weekly and, as with our Outpatient level of care, features group process and educational sessions directed by our credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselors (CASACs).
By combining individual one-on-one sessions with group therapy sessions, and maintaining regular patient attendance and participation, our Outpatient treatment program for each and every patient develops a strong personal recovery within a network of sober community supports.
Our IOP and Outpatient treatment objectives and goals include overcoming barriers to treatment; placing symptoms of substance use disorders in the context of corresponding behavioral health problems; identifying triggers to substance use and coping with cravings; understanding relapse and using tools to prevent it; and establishing, developing, and maintaining sober support systems including participation in appropriate 12-Step programs.
NEW! At Tully Hill – Outpatient Detoxification from Opiates for IOP Patients
Effective third quarter 2019, Tully Hill will provide services for Outpatient ambulatory detoxification from opiates in its IOP program. Our Outpatient ambulatory detox service is designed to treat individual patients’ levels of medical and clinical severity, to achieve safe and comfortable withdrawal from opiates and effectively facilitate patients’ transition into our IOP program. We provide daily assessments of progress during detoxification and execute any treatment changes required per those assessments.
Patients receiving this service will have been evaluated and found suitable for our IOP level of care and will commit to the service’s defined policies, procedures, and protocols governing its delivery by our medical director and trained medical and clinical staff.
OUTPATIENT GROUP SCHEDULE
IOP – Three times per week, both group sessions (12 weeks)
OP – Two times per week, one group session only (12 weeks)
Closed Fridays and Sundays
❖ Addresses issues specific and unique to professionals.
❖ Tackles behaviors and defenses not conducive to sobriety and recovery.
❖ Helps achieve, maintain balance needs between a professional work and a strong recovery.
❖ Features attendance, monitoring, and screening reports provided to monitoring agencies (such as PAP, CPH, OPD, NYS, DOH, etc.) for licensure issues.
For Additional Outpatient Program group therapies, see: