Bristlecone Family Resources offers two types of outpatient treatment for those who need support in their rehabilitation but do not need detox support or residential treatment. Intensive Outpatient Treatment Clients in this level of service receive a minimum of nine hours of skilled therapies per week. This program provides essential education and treatment while allowing clients to apply their newly acquired skills within the context of the “real world” environment where they may be working, attending vocational/educational classes and/or transitional living. Clients may be initially placed in Intensive Outpatient for approximately two weeks. Clients in this level of care may be coming out of either a higher-level service or moved from a lower level of service. Outpatient Treatment This level of care is structured to be efficient and flexible to clients who have a supportive living environment and/or coping mechanisms which permit them to accomplish treatment goals within the outpatient environment. Often, this means that such clients have employment or personal schedules to consider. Bristlecone provides a wide range of days and hours in which clients can access this program. Clients receive one to eight hours of individual and group counseling per week.