Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Drug & Alcohol Treatment
Start Your New Life!
The intensive outpatient drug & alcohol program is designed to prepare our recovering clients for a healthy transition into their community and their families.
The goal of our intensive outpatient program is for you to be able to manage day-to-day challenges and stresses without drugs or alcohol and apply recovery skills to your new life.
How do I know if IOP
is a good fit for me?
My drug/alcohol use has made my life unmanageable
I can’t be away from my kids
My job won’t allow me the time off to go to a residential program
I need an affordable option
How long is the IOP
Individualized treatment plans will determine how many phases of treatment that you may need to attend
Most clients attend treatment for six months
What is the cost of attending the
IOP drug & alcohol treatment program?
Affordable self-pay options are available
(based on your individual needs on a household income sliding scale basis)
Fifth Street offices in Fort Lauderdale
The cost of residential drug/alcohol programs in Broward County can be $15,000 or more for a 28-day program.
IOP care at Fifth Street can be an affordable and effective alternative for families without insurance or modest incomes.
We accept these and many other insurances,
call us to work with your company.
What are the benefits
of attending the IOP
drug & alcohol program?
Manage the day-to-day challenges of you life without drugs or alcohol
Transition into healthy and safe relationships with your family and friends
Meet court-related goals
What is the IOP program
schedule and setting?
Meetings are relaxed and informal
What will I learn in the IOP program?
*Skills for Reducing Stress
,,,, and much more
“Recovery is filled with many challenges, so we help our clients learn how to be productive and functional in all aspects of their lives.”
Dr. Kay Rhodes, LMFT, CAP
How do I get started in the
IOP drug & alcohol program?
A phone call to a caring staff member will guide you through the process;
1) Intake interview
2) Develop your individualized treatment plan
3) Start attending regular group meetings
“Our clients at Fifth Street spend time focusing on
how to address and resolve challenging issues and
learn about addiction, relapse prevention and life skills."
Garry P. Smyth, Chief Operating Officer
Certified Addiction Specialist