Welcome to OARS Structured Outpatient Addiction Program (SOAP), or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), a multidisciplinary treatment approach to address sub-acute needs of individuals with addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. The nature of our program allows you to participate in the community, continuing to work, attend school, and/or be involved with your family. We encourage you to attend between 12 and 24 sessions with length of participation based on medical necessity. Below you will find program parameters, expectations/goals, and an overview of the collateral services and programs our clinic offers.
Program and Behavioral Goals: Our program and behavioral goals are for our consumers to establish a recovery centered lifestyle and sustained abstinence utilizing community resources and a well-developed relapse prevention plan. These are created in a supportive and client affirming relationship with the therapists and staff. Our program is collaborative and person-centered with an emphasis on the needs of the recovery person to create personal safety in a nonjudgmental and supportive environment in order to move through the stages of behavioral change. The relationships you develop with your therapists, the staff and other clients will help you explore and strengthen your motivation for health-promoting change.
Mission Statement and Philosophy: Odonata Psychotherapy and Retreat Center is named for the dragonfly, a world-wide symbol representing change, self-realization and understanding life’s deeper meaning. The dragonfly can see 360 degrees at one time. Being able to see the past and the present, while moving forward is the cornerstone of our mission at Odonata. We believe that by incorporating a trauma informed therapeutic approach, along with Motivational Interviewing, into our Substance Use Disorder treatment programming we are able to address substance use in a manner that allows our consumers to move forward while healing themselves and their environments. Research shows the combination of Trauma Informed Care and Motivational Interviewing gives the individual an opportunity to
Criteria for Admission: SOAP is a transitional service in the continuum of care for the treatment of Substance Use Disorders. Participates must have a Substance Use Disorder and have been unable to maintain recovery with traditional weekly office based treatment. Individuals will complete a comprehensive assessment with a trained clinician and score 2.1 on the ASAM continuum of care scale, indicating a need for Intensive Outpatient Services.
Our day programs are licensed by the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services. Why is this important to you? We have to be able to show our program is meaningful and supportive. Our records have to be thorough, professional, and yet person centered. Our space has to be educational, safe and client centered.
By being licensed we are able to show our clientele that we answer to folks that will hold us accountable. This is important to the community and to us.