Overcome Addiction While Maintaining Your Schedule

New Naltrexone Treatment available now for existing clients Take advantage of our intensive outpatient program Northeast Ohio

I'm in Transition has partnered with Care Alliance Health Center and BioCorRx to provide eligible MAT clients with Naltrexone treatment therapy in South Euclid, OH. Naltrexone therapy is an innovative medical procedure that slowly releases medication over several months to guarantee the patient is taking the medication needed to overcome addiction.

Get in touch to learn more about our Naltrexone treatment therapy. Call 1-866-730-2030 for more information.

Find out if Naltrexone treatment is right for you

Most programs like this last about 90 days; individuals have about 12 hours of treatment each week, spread between 4 days.

Once you're there, you'll try a few different treatments to set you up for success. Your program may consist of:

  • Group meetings (a majority of sessions are in groups)
  • Individual therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Medication management
  • Career assistance
  • 12-Step program prep

And of course, each type of therapy and treatment is administered with a set of goals in mind. The IOP approach provides a structured treatment experience for clients with stimulant use disorders. Client receives information, assistance in structuring a substance-free lifestyle, and support to achieve and maintain abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

Hours: 9am-12:15pm Monday thru Thursday.


IIT also provides Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), 3.5 hours of Group Therapy per day, Monday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Our behavioral health professionals recommend our (PHP) as the best plan of care for your mental health or addiction concerns based on the results or your initial consultation and assessment.

IIT's PHP is also an important next step for those who have completed inpatient treatment for mental health stabilization or substance use detoxification and no longer require 24-hour medical or safety monitoring.

Medication management, evidence-based therapy, and holistic therapies are important elements of the program as part of your journey to better health.

What We Treat
PHP addresses a wide range of mental health and addiction concerns, and, among other issues, the program is effective in treating:

  • Stress
  • Trauma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Depression disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Drug or alcohol abuse or addiction
  • Mental health symptoms accompanied by substance use

What to Expect
Guided by compassionate, Master's level, licensed clinicians, PHP provides the opportunity for adults to identify and overcome negative thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, while building coping strategies for a healthier future.

The foundation of PHP is structured, evidence-based psychotherapy in a small group format. This setting is proven to be most effective in helping you gain greater self-awareness, learn, and practice healthy behaviors, and interact with others in a healing environment. Clinicians use a variety of therapeutic methods, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI) other patient-focused group topics may include:
  • Self-care
  • Coping skills and stress management
  • Emotional regulation
  • Relapse prevention and triggers
  • Family and relationship dynamics
  • Grief and loss
  • Social anxiety
  • Conflict resolution
  • Self-esteem and self-worth

The program also features holistic activities to encourage relaxation and mindfulness. In addition, your therapist may recommend individual and family counseling to meet your personal treatment goals. Licensed medical provider partners oversee medication management, when necessary, which, when combined with therapy, can play an important role in symptom control and greater well-being.

Groups meets daily for approximately four-five weeks, and PHP may be followed by a transition to our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) as your healing journey continues. When treatment goals have been met, our clinical team works with you to schedule follow-up care with trusted community health providers to maintain progress and continue recovery.

How to Start
Identifying the most effective care for your needs is as important as the decision to seek treatment. Your path to better wellness begins with a confidential assessment to discuss your physical, mental, social, spiritual, and emotional health history. Assessments may be scheduled by calling, walking in, or through our website. Whether your assessment is conducted in person or online, our licensed, compassionate behavioral health professionals, in consultation with the medical staff, will recommend and thoroughly discuss a personal treatment plan that's right for you, which may include our Partial Hospitalization Program. Local resources will be recommended if your needs are best served by a community healthcare provider.

Asking for help with a mental health or substance use issue takes courage, but you can be confident that, with proper care and ongoing treatment, you can live a healthier and happier life - the life you deserve.