Intensive Outpatient
Treatment Programs

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It’s a dilemma that millions of Americans face every day: they want to get help for an addiction to heroin or painkillers, but can’t take the time off from work or school to enter a rehab clinic. At Symetria Recovery®, we don’t think anyone should be forced to choose between supporting their family and getting care for the debilitating disease of addiction. That’s why we designed our innovative and flexible system of Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), which are designed for individuals seeking treatment for heroin or opioid addiction.

Why Our Outpatient Programs are Different

Our IOPs give patients the ability to receive treatment while continuing to live independently at home. Patients can go to work, attend class, and continue living their lives while they are in treatment. This flexible, convenient, yet rigorous approach to treatment makes it easier for patients to access care, without having to sacrifice their job or degree.

Patients who participate in our IOPs can choose from a range of group therapy options, each of which are supported by medical evidence showing their effectiveness in treating addiction and substance abuse disorders. They are run multiple times throughout each day to allow patients to pick the one that best fits their schedule. To ensure that patients get the greatest benefit from the program, each session is led by master’s-level, licensed clinicians who are specially trained in addiction treatment and recovery.

What Outpatient Programs are available at Symetria?

CEO Chris Hassan describes Symetria’s outpatient treatment programs

Get Help Fighting Opioid Addiction Today

If you’ve been worried about a loved one, or if you’re concerned about the way you use your pain medication, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible for help. To take the first step, contact us online or call  right away.


Symetria Recovery’s success rate is 4x greater than the industry average.

After six months, 9 in 10 patients are having success in treatment.

Only 13% of patients returned to use of addictive substances at one year follow up.

99% of patients did not require admission to a higher level of care than we offer onsite.

The proof is in the numbers

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