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Indiana State Drug & Alcohol Recovery Treatment

A Recovery Treatment Center For Recovering Adults

Partial Hospitalization

Intensive Outpatient

Family Therapy


Our Recovery Programs

  • Partial Hospitalization
  • Intensive Outpatient
  • Outpatient
  • Family Therapy

Partial Hospitalization Program “PHP”

Evolve Indy’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) focuses on providing a stable and structured environment for clients who have recently attended detox or residential treatment. This stage in the continuum of care is focused primarily on assisting clients who may still be suffering from post-acute withdrawal symptoms to feel more comfortable so they can start dealing with the physical, emotional, and mental impacts of their addiction. Clients attend a variety of individual and group therapy sessions designed to educate about addiction, understand the issues that contribute to addiction, and start to learn new skills essential to maintaining a sober life.

-Dual Diagnosis treatment

-Individualized treatment planning

-Individual therapy

-and more

Intensive Outpatient Program “IOP”

Evolve Indy’s Intensive Outpatient Program’s focus is on enhancing recovery and providing support for clients who have recently attended a PHP program or who are looking for support in their daily lives. This stage in the continuum of care is focused primarily on helping clients develop independently in the community, maintain and sustain mental health, and achieve long term continuous sobriety after treatment.

-Evidence-Based Treatment
-Individualized Treatment
-Relapse Prevention Strategies
-Twelve Step Recovery
-Spirituality & Self Awareness
-Socialization & Life Skills Development
-Relapse Prevention

Addiction Treatment Resources

Addiction Treatment Resources

What Are the Barriers to Accessing Addiction Treatment?

What Are the Barriers to Accessing Addiction Treatment?

Over the last five years, there have been many figures released that show that while there are a vast number of Americans that require treatment for substance abuse disorder, there is a very small number that receives any treatment at all. In fact, the figures are...

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