Outpatient Treatment 2017-11-24T18:50:17+00:00

Project Description

Outpatient Treatment

for addiction and alcoholism

What is Outpatient Treatment?

This is the final phase of treatment following IOP. Outpatient offers 1-3 hours of clinical treatment a week. This follow-up care is a maintenance program and ensures that our clients are transitioning well back into the community and following up with all aftercare recommendations.

Clients still see a therapist for individual sessions and maintain accountability to the treatment program. During this stage our clients are encouraged to become active members in our alumni program, ensuring long term sobriety.

Outpatient Treatment is offered at the following locations


Who is Outpatient Treatment Designed For?

For mild to moderate addictions, outpatient rehab is usually an ideal treatment choice. These programs are more accessible and flexible than an inpatient program.

Some of the biggest reasons that many people will consider outpatient rehab include:

  • Affordability. Since you are able to live at home during our outpatient program, there are less costs associated with treatment as compared to our inpatient facility.
  • Flexibility. Our outpatient program is designed to work around your schedule. This is extremely helpful to those who can’t leave their job or family for an extended period of time.
  • Access to family. Throughout our outpatient program, family involvement and support is strongly encouraged. Loved ones can help encourage you to stay on the path to sobriety.
Ready to Get Help?

Outpatient Treatment Tracks

We offer several unique approaches to treatment depending on the specific needs of each client.

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We accept most major insurances and private pay options are available.

If you do not see your insurance carrier above, please contact us to verify your benefits with an admissions specialist.

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