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2600 East 18th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001


Service Setting

  • outpatient detoxification
  • outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone


  • cash or self-pay
  • Medicaid
  • medicare
  • state financed health insurance other than Medicaid
  • private health insurance
  • military insurance
  • Tribal Funds
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Primary Focus

  • Drug & Alcohol Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Detox
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Type of Care

  • Outpatient Treatment

About Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP is an intensive outpatient program in Cheyenne, Wyoming. This facility is located in the capitol of Wyoming, making it close to the homes of many locals. It is easy to visit this facility and to get the help you need at this treatment program before continuing with your daily routine.

The staff at this facility is also highly dedicated to the safety and recovery of its patients. Doctors, nurses, and counselors at this program have lots of experience helping people like you put an end to substance abuse and start life anew.

About Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP is an effective outpatient program you can find in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The facility is part of the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, which allows it to provide a number of referrals and benefits to patients based on its location. Patients start by making an appointment for tests and screenings, and from there, the medical staff at the facility creates an individualized treatment program for each patient’s specific needs.

The Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP staff has helped many individuals with a number of substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and other factors associated with their addictions. In addition, patients may also expect to receive referrals from staff at the IOP to see doctors at the regular medical center when necessary.

Treatment at this facility is standard IOP treatment, but patients can also expect specific amenities as well. Individuals who choose this facility should have a strong social support system of friends and family members who can help them while they are not in treatment.

Treatment usually lasts longer than 14 weeks, and patients should expect intensive care in an outpatient setting. This is an especially beneficial choice to those who want to seek outpatient care for detox but also suffer from co-occurring disorders or trauma. This program is specifically designed for individuals in this position.

Treatment Options

Treatment at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP is standard outpatient care with a more intensive outlook. For example, patients can expect to receive medications to treat opioid, alcohol, and/or other types of drug detox, including buprenorphine. Other detox treatments include

  • Therapy for co-occurring disorders
  • Brief intervention
  • Relapse prevention
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • 12-step therapy

Treatment at this facility may last beyond a patient’s initial withdrawal symptoms and detox, and individuals are asked to attend frequent sessions. Treatment is intensive, but patients are allowed to go home at night to be with their families.


The facility offers a number of amenities, most of which are associated with the adjoining hospital. Patients can look for programs such as

  • Parent-child interaction therapy
  • Telepsychiatry services
  • Integrated mental health and primary care
  • Couples and family counseling
  • General hospital services

Because the facility is part of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, patients can request referrals for treatment at the hospital or referrals for community programs associated the hospital. However, this may not be true in every individual case, so it is important to discuss your needs with your caregiver.


Cheyenne Regional Medical Center IOP accepts patients of all genders aged 18 and up. Patients are expected to follow the rules of the facility and to act appropriately while in the program.

  • Smoking is not permitted on the premises.
  • The facility will accept private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and military insurance. In addition, patients can also self-pay or pay cash.
  • If you are struggling financially, the facility may provide sliding-fee scale payment options based on need. Call the facility to learn more.
  • The facility is designed to help those patients whose life circumstances are also affecting their ability to recover from substance abuse.
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