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Roots Through Recovery accommodates your busy work-life schedule.


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Roots Through Recovery knows it can be a challenge for people to take off time from work, school or other responsibilities during the daytime, especially if you’ve just taken 30-90 days off of work for detox and residential treatment. We have specially designed an evening IOP outpatient program for working professionals and students.

Our evening intensive outpatient program (IOP), which will be offered from 6:00pm to 9:15pm, provides the same great quality of care as our day program to treat addiction and mental health. Evening IOP allows you to continue to work or go to school, and then attend treatment in the evenings.

If you or a loved one is looking for evening outpatient treatment for addiction or mental health, please contact us today. 

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