Young Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
SafeSpace is a non-profit mental health agency, whose mission is to set a new standard in providing care for youth and families. We are committed to providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary, and integrated mental health services. The Young Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides a good opportunity for more intensive treatment than can be provided in a traditional outpatient setting. IOP provides structured, therapeutic services in a warm, supportive environment.
Who may benefit?
Young adults (18-25 years) who are good candidates for IOP are those who experience frequent, significant mental health difficulties that impact their functioning in their family/peer relationships, school or work, and/or community. Clients may qualify for IOP after discharge from a hospital, an emergency department, or from an outpatient treatment setting. Parents and family members, teachers, or doctors may also provide referrals.
what to expect?
Our IOP is an 6-week treatment program.
Upon request, clients can begin IOP within one week of the initial assessment, provided there is space.
We offer free and reduced-cost services, and accept several insurances, including Anthem BC, MHN, Aetna and Cigna. We also work to develop Single Case Agreements with insurance companies, if needed. We strive to add new insurance company contracts to our agency.
We consider the client to be an essential part of the treatment team. With your permission, we will consider inclusion of other important people (parents, family, or other supportive adults).
Once clients complete the IOP, they can transition directly into our outpatient clinic.
A comprehensive approach
Our treatment is developed to help our clients to feel more empowered to reach their goals, and to facilitate holistic health and wellness. Treatment includes:
Comprehensive mental health evaluation
Client and family education and support
Individual, group, and family therapy
Physician’s evaluation and management
Academic or work support/planning
Care coordination with other providers
Uniquely-tailored treatment planning by a team of psychiatrists (M.D.), psychologists (Ph.D. or Psy.D.), and masters-level therapists (LMFT, LCSWs)
Emphasis on learning and using new skills:
Identify strengths and areas of growth
Problem-solve and cope with emotions
Change unhelpful/harmful behaviors
Assist with transitions
Set appropriate goals and develop age-appropriate living skills