WestBridge’s IOP is an intermediate level of care for people of all genders who live in the community and can benefit from more support and structure than outpatient therapy can provide, yet do not need the intensity of a partial hospital program, residential treatment program or hospital.
WestBridge IOP services include virtual and in-person therapeutic services to individuals of all genders experiencing symptoms of thought disorders, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders with or without co-occurring substance use.
Available services include group therapy, case management, individual therapy, family support, and psychiatric consultation as appropriate.
Men needing higher levels of care can be considered for admission into other WestBridge Programs.
Genders Served: ALL
Program Type: Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Care Provided: 3 Hours per day of treatment: Available services include group therapy, case management, individual therapy, family support, and psychiatric consultation as appropriate.
- IOP services are billed private pay or through in-network insurance agreements.
- WestBridge’s IOP is in-network with the following insurance companies:*
*Additional insurance carriers not listed above may be accessed through our existing contracts based on partnership arrangements. To determine whether you have any in-network or out-of network insurance benefits, please request verification of benefits with our Billing Team.
The information regarding in-network status with the above-mentioned insurance providers is for general description purposes only and does not guarantee coverage or payment for any services. Contact your Insurance Company or review your policy manual regarding coverage terms, exclusions, deductibles, co-payments, products, services, and programs that may be available to you. Your eligibility for particular services is subject to the final determination of qualifications and acceptance by the Insurance Company and your policy.