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Perinatal Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Perinatal Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

AMITA Health

Day treatment for women with perinatal or postpartum mood disorders and parents with post-adoption mood disorders.

Services Offered

Mental Health • Postpartum Depression • Group Therapy • Pregnant Women • Expectant Parents • Adoptive Parent • Postpartum Women • Postpartum Mood Disorder • Postpartum Support • Parent Education


The Perinatal Intensive Outpatient Program offers day treatment for those with prenatal, postpartum, and post-adoption anxiety or depression. The program offers group-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness, in addition to education on parent-child bonding and positive parenting. Babies are welcome, and are cared for by labor & delivery nurses while parents attend treatment. Though the program is based on a four week curriculum, the average stay is six weeks. Participants begin by attending four days per week, and generally taper attendance as they progress in treatment.


1555 Barrington Rd., Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 42.0529739 -88.1410337

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Interpreters Available
  • Spanish


-The program serves primarily adults ages 18 and older. Teen parents may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
-AMITA accepts most private (HMO/PPO) behavioral health insurance plans. Please contact your insurance provider prior to intake to verify your benefits.
-Uninsured patients and those covered by Medicaid may receive services at no cost to them. Please call to inquire.


  • Private insurance accepted


  • Teens accepted
  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

Referrals are accepted but not required. Call 847-755-3220 for more information or to schedule an assessment. Assessments are available in Hoffman Estates and Elk Grove by appointment: evening appointments are available. After the assessment, you will either be referred to the perinatal IOP or provided with alternate resources as appropriate. There is not generally a wait list for the program. Please be prepared to provide an insurance card, if applicable.

To make or request a referral, call the behavioral health access line at 855-383-2224. If you are a prospective patient, t is strongly preferred that you schedule an assessment before calling to ensure the program is appropriate for your needs.