Offered at hospitals, residential facilities, and other brick and mortar locations.
This forces young people and families to commute to and from treatment multiple times per week.
The ability to access mental healthcare from home allows many people to feel safer and more comfortable opening up their struggles. Plus, virtual treatment means that teens and young people don't need to miss out on school, work, or other responsibilities in order to receive the care they need.
When services are limited to what's nearby, compatibility isn't guaranteed.
In most IOPs clients are grouped together based on one factor: where they live. This is usually not the best treatment environment for teens and young adults who would benefit from personalized groups in order to feel seen, heard, and safe throughout their time in IOP.
We are the first intensive outpatient treatment provider to use information collected at intake in combination with a proprietary algorithm to match clients into groups with peers they can relate to. This allows us to break down the barriers of traditional intensive outpatient programs and help teens and young adults connect with peers who are navigating similar mental health issues. Connection heals.
Simply put, in-person treatment is expensive for many families
The cost associated with this treatment is too high to be sustainable, forcing them to choose between financial and mental health. And for those without commercial insurance, IOP is even less accessible.
At Charlie Health, we are proud to partner with major insurance providers and Medicaid in order to make IOP care available to as many teens and young adults as possible. Before intake to our program, all insurance and potential financial obligations are verified by our team. We then review any and all potential costs with clients. The ability to pay should never be a barrier to care.
Generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, trichotillomania, phobias
ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, codependency, relationship addiction, sex addiction, conduct disorder
Major depression, melancholic depression, atypical depression, seasonal affective disorder, persistent depressive disorder
Dissociative identity disorder, dissociative amnesia, psychosis, depersonalization-derealization disorder
Disruptive mood disorder, bipolar I, bipolar II, dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia
Alcohol, cannabis, prescription drugs, stimulants, cocaine, opioids, inhalants, hallucinogens, tobacco
Our data-driven approach to treatment planning combines the unique needs of each client with cutting-edge, evidence-based care modalities for optimal outcomes.
Our virtual IOP utilizes skills-based, experiential, and psychoeducational groups that are rooted in clinical best practices and trauma-informed care.
Adolescent IOP Schedule - PM Option
Here’s an example of a typical week of Charlie Health programming for teens
How much time will I spend in virtual IOP?
- 3 hours of supported groups, 3 days per week
- 1-2 hours of family therapy per week
- 1 hour of individual therapy per week
What kinds of groups are available?
Mental Health Crisis