MATRIX Intensive Out-Patient Treatment
The MATRIX Intensive Treatment Model is comprehensive, evidence based, sixteen week individualized program with more than twenty years of research and development by the MATRIX Institute on Addictions, an affiliate of the University of California at Los Angeles [UCLA] Integrated Substance Abuse Programs
The MATRIX Model:
The MATRIX [IOP] Model for the treatment of substance abuse is a structured treatment experience designed to give substance abusers the knowledge, structure, and support to allow them to achieve abstinence from drugs and alcohol, and initiate a long term program of recovery.
Who can use this Treatment?
- Clients who do not require long-term intensive in-patient treatment
- Clients experiencing co-occurring disorders can effectively make use of this program, but may also need additional mental health services.
- Clients ordered by drug courts, probation services, social services, employer, sentencing circles, etc.
- Clients and his/her spouse, significant other, or family members
- Clients on physician supervised methadone program
- Individuals who have completed in-patient treatment who require aftercare services, and those who may have slipped after completing residential treatment program
Referrals may be made by the courts, probation services, addictions programs, employers, etc. Clients may also apply in person by contacting the Treatment Center and filling out the required documentation.
1) The following documents must be submitted before an application can be approved;
2) MATRIX Intensive Out-Patient Treatment Application Form
3) Medical form completed by a licensed physician
4) Consent for the release of information form
- Clients must be willing to make a serious commitment to Complete the sixteen week MATRIX [IOP] Program
- Clients in the MATRIX [IOP] Treatment Program are required to provide a urine specimen for drug analysis one day (randomly selected) each week. Urine testing is a valuable tool that is presented to the client that can assist in recovery. It is not presented or employer primarily as a monitoring measure or as a statement of mistrust regarding a person’s honesty.