Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington IOP

(910) 338-2417
  • Facility Type

    • Outpatient Facility
  • Disorders & Addictions Treated

    • Mental Health Disorders
    • Mood Disorders
    • Substance Abuse & Addictions
  • Levels of Care

    • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
    • Detoxification
    • Inpatient
    • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Services Provided

    • Experiential Therapies
    • Family Therapy

About Wilmington Treatment Center - Wilmington, NC IOP

About Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP

Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP is North Carolina’s premier provider of outpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health concerns. This level of care is ideal for individuals who need structured services but don’t require round-the-clock care or clinical supervision. With 12 hours of care per week in a therapeutic environment that is conducive to healing, Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP serves as the foundation for patients reintegrating into the community. Our expert staff of substance use and mental health treatment professionals provides programming that focuses on coping skills, stress management, and relapse prevention.

What Makes Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP Different?

All the clinicians at Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP specialize in addiction counseling and have been trained in the Matrix IOP Model. Each patient in our program is assigned a primary counselor based on their individual needs, part of our approach to delivering personalized treatment that takes into account each patient’s unique path to recovery. Patients participate in individual, family, and group therapy sessions, which consist of treatment modalities such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and Seeking Safety. On the weekends, Wilmington Treatment Center – Wilmington, IOP provides gender-specific groups to address concerns that are unique to men and women in early recovery.