It’s not just about addiction treatment; it’s about the ongoing journey toward recovery.
Our treatment philosophy addresses mind, body and spirit. Caring for all of these is essential to lifelong recovery from addiction. Because we treat addictions and co-occurring disorders, we offer a more comprehensive care plan than other facilities that treat only substance abuse.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Prairie View offers addiction treatment for:
Illicit drug addiction (i.e. cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine's (meth))
Prescription Drug Addiction (i.e. benzodiazepines (benzos), opioids)
Co-Occurring disorders that can contribute to addiction (i.e. PTSD, anxiety, depression, trauma, adverse childhood experiences)
Establishing a Foundation
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for substance use allows you to establish a foundation for your recovery while also giving you a more flexible schedule. Prairie View’s Substance Use IOP Program meets three days a week at our East Wichita location.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 9 a.m. to Noon
You won’t be alone. In addition to the 9 hours of weekly group therapy with a licensed clinical addiction counselor and licensed specialist clinical social worker, you’ll also attend individual and family therapy.
Prior to starting this treatment program, you’ll need to complete a substance use evaluation (SAE) and individual therapy session at our East Wichita office.
It’s not just about addiction treatment; it’s about the ongoing journey toward recovery. People of all backgrounds and beliefs can experience addiction.
Characteristics of Addiction
Becomes obsessed with the substance and craves it
Seeks out and engages in behavior even though it causes harm
Engages in the behavior repeatedly
Craves the euphoric feeling or rewarding experience from using the substance
Hides the behavior from those who have mentioned a concern
Denies the behavior to family and friends, even though it’s clearly obvious to others
Loses control as to how long, when, or how much the individual will continue the behavior
Spends less time on hobbies and activities that were once important
Develops irritability, depression, restlessness, or anxiety
Outpatient Substance Use Treatment for Adults and Youth
Substance Use Evaluations (SAE) to determine if a substance use disorder exists, and to assist in determining what level of treatment best meets your needs
Individual and family therapy for substance use and support for maintaining sobriety
Costs for services vary but may be eligible for coverage under major medical insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, sliding fee scale, or charitable patient assistance funds. Self-pay and financing options are also available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To make an appointment or to obtain more information call 1-800-992-6292 and ask for the specialty area. If a therapist is not immediately available, you may leave a confidential voice mail. Please leave your telephone number, a time when you are available for a call, and whether Prairie View can identify itself when your call is returned. Some initial information will be taken over the telephone and an appointment for an evaluation can be scheduled at that time, if requested.