A Free Scholarship for Addiction Treatment in our Substance Abuse IOP
Now accepting applications through December 7th.
We created the Breaking Addiction program last year to honor the series, Breaking Bad, and the attention it has brought to Albuquerque. Although the show has ended, the spotlight it shed on substance abuse and addiction in the state of New Mexico has not.
To continue fostering treatment, recovery, and a better quality of life, we are again giving away a scholarship for addiction treatment in our 12-week Intensive Outpatient Program for Substance Abuse. In addition to providing this scholarship opportunity, we are also partnering with Healthshire.com to collect stories about addiction and its struggles.
If you or a loved one are looking for help with substance abuse, apply by submitting your story of addiction on HealthShire.com Deadline is December 7th.
- All applicants must submit a personal story relating to addiction. All stories will be compiled into a collection for addictions education in Healtshire’s “Telling Our Stories” section. All personal information will be kept anonymous and will not be shared.
- The Scholarships will be awarded to one eligible candidate. Applicants will be screened and a winner will be chosen by the IOP director and Medical Director.
- Application Deadline is midnight (EST): Sunday, December 7th, 2014 . The winning story will be announced and the applicant will be contacted the following week.
- All applicants must be located in or around Albuquerque, NM.
- All applicants must be over the age of 18 years old.
- This scholarship is designed to help those who cannot currently afford addictions treatment, due to lack of insurance coverage or an inability to meet out-of-pocket expenses. Ideal candidates will be ready to commit to making positive changes toward recovery.
- If you or someone you know is an ideal candidate, please feel free to apply for the program.
About the IOP for Substance Abuse
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a 12-week program for individuals and their families struggling with chemical dependence issues. The IOP structure encourages clients to actively practice implementing the recovery skills they are learning in their lives while having a supportive environment in which they and their families can process these changes.
The IOP serves as a continuum of care following a residential treatment program or as a higher level of care for those who have struggled with their recoveries at a lower level of care. Our clinic offers a myriad of additional support services for the individual and family based on their needs. These services include individual therapies, couples counseling, family therapy, medication evaluation and monitoring, outpatient opiate and alcohol detox, and aftercare services.