Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Rehab

Addiction can be devastating to one’s life and family, which is why seeking treatment as soon as possible is essential. Unfortunately, not everyone has the time and funds required to attend inpatient rehabilitation. For those who want to treat their drug and alcohol addiction in a comprehensive way without having to compromise their work and home life, outpatient alcohol & drug rehab can be a great option.

What to expect from outpatient addiction treatment

Outpatient rehab programs treat drug addiction by facilitating detox and teaching individuals the skills necessary to resist addiction and build a healthier life. Outpatient treatment programs are typically individualized according to your specific needs and severity of addiction. These programs blend several distinctive elements:

  • Detox assistance including medication management
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy including 12-step meetings
  • Family therapy
  • Education and skill-building activities

As part of outpatient treatment, you may be involved in a few or all of these activities for anywhere from several hours per week to a full-time structured schedule. These resources can help you overcome addiction, improve your overall mental health and wellbeing, understand your triggers, and learn how to overcome them.

Why choose outpatient addiction treatment?

There are several advantages that make outpatient treatment an attractive option for many individuals suffering from debilitating addiction. These include:

  • Freedom to schedule treatment in a way that doesn’t interfere with family, work, and other personal obligations.
  • Support from loved ones and the comfort of familiar surroundings since outpatient treatment allows you to stay at home.
  • The non-disruptive nature of outpatient treatment eliminates the need to disclose that you’re getting addiction treatment, providing you greater privacy.
  • Remaining in the real world while you’re in treatment allows you to actively self-monitor and apply skills learned in therapy.
  • Outpatient treatment will help you find like-minded peers who can provide support and encouragement outside of treatment.

Are you a good fit for outpatient addiction treatment?

Outpatient treatment is generally appropriate for individuals with substance abuse and addiction problems that are relatively mild or moderate. These individuals may have a relatively stable state of mind and physical health. Outpatient treatment is also appropriate for those who have a supportive environment at home that is free of triggers and drug use. Many individuals who have previously completed inpatient treatment often transition to outpatient treatment in order to maintain their sobriety and make the change back to their usual activities more smooth.

Our intake professionals will be able to determine whether outpatient treatment suits your needs as well as what type of outpatient treatment would be most effective.

Types of outpatient treatment

To better individualize treatment, we offer a variety of outpatient treatment programs that can be adapted to treat mild to severe addiction. Though it’s possible to begin treatment at any point, these programs are designed to be sequential, beginning with detox and transitioning from more intensive programs to more flexible maintenance programs.


The first step in any addiction treatment program is detox. Ambulatory detox is a safe and convenient outpatient option for individuals who are actively using drugs or alcohol. Detox can help you safely eliminate the substance from your system, allowing your body to return to a state of stable equilibrium before psychotherapy begins. Ambulatory detox is ideal for those with mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms who do not require round-the-clock care.


Partial hospitalization is an intensive full-time outpatient program. This hands-on treatment and rigorous schedule is designed for those who are new to addiction treatment or prone to relapse. Partial hospitalization programs involve up to 6 hours of treatment per day five days a week. Though the schedule is intensive, partial hospitalization doesn’t require an overnight stay, allowing you to return to the comfort of your home and loved ones.


Intensive outpatient treatment is a step down from partial hospitalization. You can still expect an intensive treatment schedule but one that offers more flexibility and better accommodates work, school, and family life. Treatment consists of 10-15 hours a week of individual and group therapy, which can be completed in 3 to 5 days.


Outpatient treatment involves many of the same treatment elements as intensive outpatient treatment including individual and group therapy, education, and skill-building. The difference is that outpatient treatment is a lower level of intensity and requires less of a time commitment. It is ideal for individuals who only need addiction treatment part-time. Many patients who have completed intensive outpatient treatment transition to outpatient treatment.


Addiction treatment is a lifelong journey and sobriety is a continuous choice. To help you continue making that choice, we offer aftercare treatment. Aftercare is long-term treatment that provides continued support for clients as they transition back into their communities. Remaining invested in rehab aftercare decreases your likelihood of relapse.

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