Alcohol Treatment Intensive Outpatient Program
Proud member of the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network
You are worth recovery. We are here to help.
Welcome to the Alcohol Treatment Service Intensive Outpatient Program (ATS/IOP) at Northern Light Acadia Hospital, a member of the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network.
This network is a
collaboration of quality health care organizations that share a philosophy about the best evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, as well as a commitment to improving patient outcomes. At Acadia Hospital, our virtual group program is designed for anyone with an alcohol or other substance use disorders. Do you need more than weekly counseling? Our program provides groups and therapy in a supportive group setting led by licensed, master’s degree level therapists and support staff to help guide and encourage you. Groups are provided Monday through Friday during business hours.
Participants will attend core therapy and skill-development groups designed in collaboration with Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network to strengthen their recovery. They, participants choose more elective groups to complement their journey, such as groups focused on managing anxiety, codependency, emotional regulation, stress management, self-care, and more. Attendees and your therapist will create a treatment plan to best meet individual needs.
The average length of time in the program is nine (9) weeks with nine groups per week (although you can choose more.) Discharge planning is always part of the process, and we will work together to help those in need of continued support. We can make referrals for individual therapy, medication management, case management, and more.
Our virtual Intensive Outpatient Program meets all federal and state privacy regulations and is provided on a HIPAA-compliant user-friendly platform.
Looking to learn more? Contact us! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 207.973.6199
About the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network
Northern Light Acadia Hospital has contracted with Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and agreed to put in place certain processes and procedures intended to facilitate continuity of care for patients. Members are independent providers and are not staff or employees of the Foundation, and as such the Foundation cannot oversee, vouch for, or guarantee any services provided by Members.