Frequenly Asked Questions
What Are Your Major Cross Streets?
Our major cross streets are N Chestnut Ave and Herndon Ave.
How Long Are Your Treatment Programs?
The length of your treatment here at Aspire depends on you, the individual and depends on several factors including insurance coverage stipulations. The average length of stay is 12 – 15 weeks.
What Is The Difference Between Inpatient (Residential) Level of Care and Intensive Outpatient?
While in Inpatient (residential) treatment, you live in a home or facility in shared living spaces. All residential centers are unique with its own set of rules and regulation, often unable to work or go to school. While in IOP level of care, you can continue your day to day activities while living in your home or Sober Living. This gives you the ability to retain control of your life with the support of Aspire staff and peers in your community.
What Do We Do in IOP?
The IOP model of treatment includes your primary source of services, group therapy as well as individual counseling bi-weekly with a certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor. In our inclusive and comprehensive program you will be provided with a safe environment to address the following needs at Aspire IOP: Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome Or PAWS, Relapse Prevention Skills, How to Manage Urges and Cravings, Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction, Progression of the Disease of Addiction, Introduction To the Twelve Steps, Spirituality, Stages of Change, Focus On Co-Occurring Disorders and the Effects On Addiction and Recovery, and Family Education (this list is not comprehensive, our program is tailored to fit your needs). For needs that require additional services, we contract with primary care physicians and mental health professionals in the community.
Does Everyone Receive The Same Treatment?
Each person receives a customized treatment plan developed for their specific situation.
Who is Eligible For IOP?
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed for people who are struggling with problems associated with addictions, substance use and abuse, or the co-occurring disorders associated with substance use. Eligibility for the IOP is determined by a mandatory clinical/medical assessment, which is conducted at the center as part of the admissions process.
So What Do I Do Now?
To start the process, you can either walk in or call our facility directly at (559) 777-6797 or our 24/7 line at (888) 585-7373 to schedule a brief intake to determine the level of care needed. The time between first contact and intake is often less than 24 hours, unless your schedule does not allow. When you call in you will speak with any one of our qualified, well trained, and caring staff that help calm your worries and explain in detail the process and set you up with an intake appointment. There is no fee for this associated with this appointment. During this time, we determine your level of care. If it is deemed that you are not appropriate for this level of care, we will do our best to provide you with referrals for treatment that meet your needs, you are not alone! During this intake process, you will be required to bring in your identification card, insurance information, master medication list, and the names and numbers of all medical and mental health providers.