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The Curran Seeley Foundation provides three separate intensive outpatient treatment programs: Adult Men, Adult Women, and Adolescents. Each client in an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program helps to create a person-centered treatment plan with their individual counselor to set goals and objectives for their treatment. Group sessions are held every day, Monday through Friday.

  • Programs include a family member or significant other component, giving family members and significant others the opportunity to participate weekly in the services provided.
  • Individual counseling is provided to each client, with additional counseling on an “as needed” basis.
  • Minimum of one Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or outside support group meeting per week is encouraged.

In addition to work based on the twelve-step philosophy, Curran Seeley programs include training and assistance in social and life skills such as anger management, stress management, dealing with grief and loss, and avoiding relapse. Daily living techniques, better nutrition, relaxation methods, understanding and improving sleep habits, spiritual development, and other important areas are covered.

The program’s scheduling options allow our clients to be employed while in treatment. The program requirements effectively fill the clients’ days while they are in treatment, yet allows them time for family, hobbies and relaxation on weekends.