The Redpoint Center is an outpatient substance abuse treatment facility that seeks to empower its clients to live meaningful lives of Community, Purpose, Recovery. Our team of licensed professionals understands the complex challenges associated with adults who are starting anew, and collectively provide a diverse set of tools to safely navigate those challenges.
Our goal is to foster healing through the cultivation of practical recovery skills, the addressing and healing of past-trauma, and by building a strong community around each of our clients.
At The Redpoint Center, we offer a customized offering for adults over the age of 18. We call this offering IOP+. Following intake each participant is provided with an individualized treatment plan that utilizes a multi-phase system established by our treatment team. Each treatment team is age and gender specific, trauma informed, and experiential – empowering participants to actively engage in creating, developing and utilizing practical recovery skills. Our clinical curriculum is based on a series of themes we believe can empower each individual to finding their own process of long-term recovery. The main themes explored are DBT Skills, Relapse Prevention, Establishing the healthy self, Relationships, and motivation. Throughout the clinical curriculum, clients will explore a multitude of topics such as grief and loss, joy, trauma, family systems, joy, success, shame, acceptance, diet and nutrition, and many others that have been proven to be evidence-based in their effectiveness to support long term recovery. This clinically robust approach coincides with a number of services that are not found in a traditional “IOP” setting.
The Redpoint Center IOP+ program offers service options every weekday morning from 9am to noon, as well as Monday to Thursday evenings from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. Most participants pick 3 or more of those service days to spend with us.
Additionally, The Redpoint Center offers a PHP (otherwise known as Day Treatment) option from 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday.