Men visiting the Renaissance Ranch Outpatient will find a program that is specifically catered to their situation. We enable a safe environment for men to come to, on a routine basis, where they can work through complicated emotions and find support in staff and peers who understand the battle with addiction that they are going through. Learn more about our program for men, below!
At Renaissance Ranch Outpatient, our IOP treatment is a comprehensive mixture of different therapeutic modalities, peer support, individual recovery coaches, specialized medications, and LDS gospel driven principles, all finalized for a lifetime contract for our patients, where we will invite them back in the case of a relapse.
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When we receive patients who have a physical dependency to an illicit substance, then it is necessary for them to undergo medically managed detox (also known as withdrawal support). This allows patients to clean their systems in a safe environment where they can be medically supervised, in order to prevent complications. Our detox program involves private rooms, and supervision by licensed MDs and RNs.
Sober Living Home
For some patients, living at home or in their current living space may not be an ideal situation for recovery. In these instances, we provide a sober living home at select locations, where a patient can seep themselves in a culture of sobriety. Our sober living homes have on-site staff for treatment and supervision. This staff is there 6-7 hours per day on Monday through Thursday, and 4 hours per day on Friday through Sunday. This structured environment with curfews, chores, and communal support can be an effective tool in recovery.
Renaissance Ranch is a comprehensive recovery organization that can provide several facets of recovery to our patients. In addition to our IOP program, this also includes a residential program where patients stay at an on-site center with 24-hour care and supervision. Our residential program is a 60-day stay, which is then followed by 90 days of outpatient.
Call to Learn More
If you have any questions about our outpatient program, or know a man who struggles with addiction, please don’t hesitate to give our caring team a call, today!