OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

O’Brien House offers a multi-level Outpatient Treatment Program to serve clients at the appropriate stage of recovery. Entrance to the program is based on an assessment to determine the severity of the addiction and the ability of the client to live independently. Classes are scheduled in the evenings to accommodate continued employment while receiving treatment.

For individuals able to live without the structure of residential treatment, these programs allow them to remain productive citizens, employed and living with their families, while learning new skills to deal with their addiction. Clients can move from one level of treatment to another according to their progress.

ASEP Outpatient Program

  • Meets once a week for 2 hour sessions (6pm until 8pm)
  • Regular Drug Tests
  • Orientation every Monday at 4:30pm.
  • During orientation ASEP Coordinator will schedule client for Monday or Wednesday session.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Client Criteria to qualify for the Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Provide to O’Brien House or obtain from O’Brien House an ASI or Psychosocial Evaluation to determine appropriate level of care.
  • Current State License or ID with Photo
  •  Social Security Card
  • Income Verification
  • Negative drug screen
  • All prescribed medications must be approved

It is the responsibility of the client to verify coverage through their insurance company. Self-Pay and Medicaid (Amerigroup, Ameri Health, Aetna, United Health Care and Louisiana Health Care) are accepted. Private insurance plans are not accepted at this time. O’Brien House will provide documentation of services provided to facilitate reimbursement for individuals who have insurance.

Payment for services can be taken in two forms:  money order and online with a credit or debit card, www.obrienhouse.org (Client Payment Link). If you choose to pay online a transaction fee will be applied to each

  • 9 Week Course
  • IOP meets twice a week for 4 1/2 hour sessions
  • Sessions are Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Wednesday
  • Group Sessions (3:30 pm until 8 pm)
  • Regular Random Drug Tests

Outpatient Program (OP)
The OP/aftercare is for clients who have established a period of sobriety and stabilized. This group builds on what the client have learned from the IOP program.

  • 4- 9 Week Course
  • Meets once a week for 4 hours
  • Session on Tuesday
  • Life Skills Sessions (4 pm until 5 pm)
  • Group Sessions (5 pm until 8 pm)
  • Regular Random Drug Tests
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446 N 12th Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone:225-344-6345
Fax: 225-246-7796

 

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