Outpatient rehab programs allow you to continue to live at home during drug or alcohol rehabilitation.Patients who are participating in our outpatient program will continue to live at home, and will attend rehab sessions during the day.
Typically, outpatient rehabilitation programs are less expensive than residential inpatient treatment, and are generally best suited to anyone who needs to care for a family or report to their job every day.
Inpatient Alcohol Rehab’s Outpatient Program for Alcohol and Drugs is designed for individuals where personal and work obligations make it difficult to take an extended period of time off to engage in treatment.
Your personal needs and the severity of your dependency will determine the most appropriate rehabilitation treatment, which may include:
Intensive outpatient treatment
Therapy and counseling
It is our intent to guide our patients through recovery, in the comfort of their own home or the home of a friend or relative.
Therapy sessions may be private, or may include friends or family - whichever is the most appropriate for recovery.
Our dedicated and highly skilled clinicians and addiction specialists aid our patients in their journey of recovery. We teach a wide range of recovery and sober living skills in our extensive outpatient program, including:
Accepting and acting on feedback
Coping with alcohol and drug cravings
Practicing effective communication
Identifying triggers and learning healthy ways to deal with them
Finding healthy ways to reduce stress
Improving decision making abilities
Creating healthy relationships
There are a number of advantages to outpatient treatment programs, the most prominent one being the reduced cost of the outpatient program.
For patients who must continue to work and maintain their families during treatment, outpatient programs are minimally disruptive.