Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Programs
Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Programs are designed to be individualized, thoughtful and supportive.They are geared towards every individual's specific needs. We employ a holistic therapeutic approach with small groups meetings, 12-step meetings, case management services, family meetings, aftercare, life skills, recreation, job readiness and support for family and friends with weekend visits and therapy sessions.
Signs and Symptoms
There are a number of treatment options for those struggling with substance abuse. One option is an outpatient treatment center.
These centers are an excellent option for those who know they need help for drug abuse or alcoholism but are unable to stop working or attending school to get it.
Programs for outpatient treatment do vary but basically they provide assistance a few times a week for a limited amount of hours. Outpatient treatment centers provide a level of flexibility that many individuals require, but its effectiveness can be limited, especially for those who need medical as well as psychological recovery services.
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment
Woman looking off into the distanceDepending on the individual's needs, outpatient treatment can be an excellent means of obtaining substance abuse recovery help.
Outpatient treatment is is appropriate for those whose condition is sufficiently stable, whose symptoms are mild, and are willing to participate in the treatment plan.
With that in mind, there are many potential benefits to seeking treatment on an outpatient basis.
For one, outpatient treatment can be delivered through various settings:
In a doctor's or psychologist's office.
From a community clinic.
From a dedicated addiction treatment clinic equipped for outpatient care.
Even over the phone, in some cases.
Additionally, the daily schedule can be adjusted in many outpatient programs to allow sufficient time for school and/or work commitments.
It should be emphasized that it is of utmost importance to first receive a thorough evaluation and detailed examination of your specific drug abuse issues from someone qualified to make the recommendation for outpatient treatment.