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T3 Social Services' Intensive outpatient program (IOP) is designed to address addictions, depression, eating disorders, or other dependencies that do not require detoxification or around-the-clock supervision.

Begin your road to recovery at T3, where we offer you a comfortable and supportive environment to meet your individual needs. 


Addiction is a mental illness, not a choice. T3 can help you on the road to recovery no matter the length or severity of your addiction. We believe addiction can be treated and recovery can be found. We also believe you deserve to be in control of your life. That’s why we offer addiction care solutions to help you move toward recovery.


Counseling, also known as therapy, is one of the simplest ways to achieve a happier, healthier you. When you meet with a clinician for counseling, you’ll have the opportunity to speak openly about any challenges you may be having. Together, you and your counselor will work to build a plan and identify the tools to help you tackle any issues and get you back to being your full self.


Sometimes it takes a village to tackle a certain problem. Participating in group counseling is similar to individual counseling, except you will join other people who may be experiencing a situation or problem that is similar to yours. Together, the group can share experiences and work together toward recovery and well-being.


Our prevention services cover a broad range of mental health, substance use and public health concerns. Let us help educate children, adolescents and adults about how addiction is dangerous, but preventable.

Topics include:

  • substance use

  • prenatal care

  • early childhood care

  • transmission of HIV and STDs

  • teen pregnancy

  • violence and bullying


We provide safe, supportive services designed for people who are involved with the criminal justice system – often with the help of local courts and other community partners.

Our staff can help with many related issues, including:


We offer a variety of urgent mental health care services, such as outpatient services, and a telephone crisis line to support people and families who are currently experiencing, or have recently experienced, a mental health crisis.

Our crisis services were developed to:

  • stop mental health crises

  • help prevent them from happening again

  • assist with maintaining your health and efforts toward avoiding crises

  • connect you with long-term support systems

Please call us for more information


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