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  • Programs
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs

Our IOP programs provide a combination of individual, group and educational sessions to meet the recovery oriented goals of an adult population. An IOP treatment day is three hours long, four days a week and includes classroom didactic sessions, group and individual therapy. All of our clients receive a complete physical exam which includes teating for Hep-C as well as HIV. Individuals who test positive will meet with our medical case managers for follow up treatment options. Clients with a history of mental health issues as well as those who are either displaying signs or have complaints of symptoms will be evaluated by our Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse.

PLEASANTVILLE
The Women’s Day Program
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
9:30 A.M.–12:30 P.M.
Babysitting available on site as well as transportation

Adult Afternoon Intensive Outpatient
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
1:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M.

The Men’s Evening Intensive Outpatient
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 
5:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.

Transportation from Atlantic City is available for the all of the Intensive Outpatient Programs.

ATLANTIC CITY
Adult Morning Intensive Outpatient
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
9:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

Light meals or snacks are provided a half hour before the day programs begin.  A hot meal is provided for the evening program.

Clients who are offered Priority status for admission- HIV+, pregnant women, IV Drug Users, Veterans and referrals from Syringe Access Programs.

Who is eligible?
NJ residents who are 18 and over (not in High School), with a substance/alcohol abuse disorder with or without a mental health problem of mild to moderate severity are eligible. 

Financial Eligibility-
During the admission process all clients are screened for eligibility for Medicaid and other funding sources. Those individuals who are eligible for Medicaid will be enrolled on site and for those who are not eligibl,e other funding sources will be explored. 
JBRC is part of the NJ Fee for Service Network; the Co-occurring Network and is a participant in SAI, and Drug Court. We receive funding from Atlantic County, United Way, Department of Health, Department of Children and Families and the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Medicaid as well as self pay is accepted in our out patient programs.

More Information:  Call 609-345-2020 ext. 6100 or visit our location at 660 Black Horse Pike, Pleasantville

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