Intensive Outpatient Program
Adult Alcohol and Drug Outpatient Program - IOP
Pine Grove provides comprehensive behavioral health and addiction treatment programs and is committed to being a leader in healing and changing lives by providing the highest quality behavioral health services.
Pine Grove's Intensive Outpatient Program, (IOP), helps patients regain freedom from alcohol and drug related dependence. This 90-day outpatient program is designed to give individuals the opportunity to explore and resolve the underlying issues that attribute to their alcohol and chemical dependency addiction; such as depression, low self-esteem, stress, relationships, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, and anger issues. The primary focus of the IOP program is to teach patients how to use positive coping skills through group and individual therapies, so that they can enjoy life without chemical dependency.
Assessments are provided free of charge, referrals can be made by a family member, friend or mental health professional, such as a school counselor, therapist, social worker or psychiatrists or physicians. Assessments may be scheduled by calling the main campus in Hattiesburg.
For more information on the IOP program contact Pine Grove Assessment Office at 601-288-2273.
Intensive Outpatient Staff
Cynthia D. Bradley, LCSW
Cynthia D. Bradley received both her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Social Work from The University of Southern Mississippi. Joining Pine Grove in 2007, she pursued her LCSW while practicing as a Clinical Therapist while providing both inpatient and outpatient treatment services to dual diagnosed clients with alcohol and chemical dependency issues. She is licensed by the Mississippi Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapist as a Licensed Certified Social Worker. She is a member of The University of Southern Mississippi School of Social Work Alumni. She is a member of the Treatment Team for the Forrest/Perry County Adult Drug-DUI-Veterans Court; member of both the Mississippi Association of Drug Court Professionals and the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (MADCP/NADCP). She has received special training in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST); and she is an adjunct supervisor for interns who work with adults on the Inpatient and Outpatient Services Rotation. She provides alcohol and chemical dependency treatment to adults participating in the drug court program and broader society in the outpatient program and to inpatient adolescents with dual diagnoses as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.