The Outpatient Counseling Program helps women in recovery from addiction to drugs or alcohol maintain continuous sobriety, sustain a healthy support system and achieve economic self-sufficiency. Clients in the outpatient program participate in individual and group therapy.

Interim House's Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) serves women from other residential treatment facilities and/or women living in the community that need additional support in sustaining their recovery. IOP services are offered four days per week. Services include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Individual and small group therapy; 
  • Psychiatric services, including the availability of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT's)-- Suboxone maintenance, Vivitrol and Naltrexone;
  • Anger Management;
  • Life Skills and Work Readiness Groups;
  • Art Therapy
  • Case Management support;
  • Assistance with Transportation and safe housing;
  • Seeking Safety Trauma Psychoeducation Groups;
  • Criminal and Addictive Thinking Curriculum