Intensive Outpatient

Roots offers treatment services that can accommodate your schedule, so you can get the support you need while you handle the day-to-day.
Speak to an Advisor now

Intensive Outpatient

Roots Through Recovery’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) supports individuals coping with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues, guiding you in recovery and wellness as you continue to function in everyday life. We offer treatment options that incorporate traditional 12-step philosophies, as well as non-traditional alternatives. We believe there  are many paths to recovery.

The IOP program is three hours a day, three to five days a week and is offered at various times throughout the day to accommodate busy work and life schedules. In our IOP, experienced and  highly trained clinicians and behavioral health specialists provide a personalized combination of individual counseling and group treatment offerings to address substance abuse, trauma and co-occurring mental health issues. In IOP, individuals will receive support in lifelong recovery by reconnecting with themselves and delving into underlying trauma that is at the root of addiction.


For immediate assistance, please call our Admissions Specialists at 1 (562) 473-0827.

For more information or to start admissions – fill out the form below and we’ll reach out to you as soon as possible:



Roots Featured on Todd Z Podcast

On Tuesday, October 23rd, Todd "Z-Man" Zalkins recorded his podcast live from Roots Through Recovery's outpatient treatment center in Long Beach, CA. Todd Zalkins is a Public Speaker, Interventionist, Author, and Documentary Filmmaker. He is the subject of the...

Building Your Support Network While in College

Recovering from an addiction is challenging, especially early on, when developing new lifestyle habits and learning new skills for coping with triggers like stress and cravings. A strong support network is one of the pillars of successful recovery, according to the...

Preparing for a Sober College Experience

Whether you're in recovery from a substance use disorder or simply want to avoid alcohol and drug-related problems in college, abstinence is the best answer. A sober college experience promotes better academic performance and can prevent a number of problems related...

Schedule an Appointment