Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Adults

PRIDE offers an Intensive Outpatient Program!

Flexible Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The PRIDE Institute Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is an option for clients who have stable living environments, and/or do not require extensive residential programming. For many, Intensive Outpatient Therapy is often a step-down following participation in the residential program at PRIDE Institute or at another facility.

The IOP offers flexibility to accommodate varying client schedules. Clients are allowed to maintain prescribed medication while in IOP and are encouraged to continue therapy sessions with outside professionals. The use of mood-altering chemicals is not allowed while clients are involved in the IOP. This includes the use of substances off PRIDE Institute premises and on days that clients do not attend programming.

While participating in the Intensive Outpatient Program, clients work with the counseling team in both group and individual settings. Consistent attendance at one of the PRIDE Sober Support Groups is a standard recommendation. Clients are also expected to attend a minimum of two self-help group meetings per week while engaged in treatment.


The IOP program is offered as three, primary groups that clients attend for approximately nine weeks.  After those nine weeks, we offer the Relapse Prevention group, in which clients are encouraged to attend as a step-down following the nine week program.

We offer these primary groups during three schedules to accommodate your outside commitments. Contact the admissions office at 800-547-7433 for availability and hours.

Location: 2101 Hennepin Avenue South, Suite 202, Minneapolis, MN

PRIDE Institute » 14400 Martin Dr » Eden Prairie » MN 55344
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Physicians are on the medical staff of Pride Institute, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Pride Institute. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.

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