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Outpatient Program

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Outpatient Program (OP)

Outpatient Treatment is the least acute level of care. It can be as little as one individual therapy session a week or as much as two groups and an individual session a week. OP group sessions are ninety minutes versus three hours for IOP. People who choose the outpatient program do so for a variety of reasons. They may have young children at home or run businesses and cannot take weeks or months off to get treatment in a residential facility. Others may need the outpatient program when they are transitioning out of an inpatient program in order to provide structure and support. Outpatient treatment programs are beneficial for people with mild to moderate symptoms who have a strong support system at home. This group is less intensive and is designed to ensure a clients’ ongoing recovery and to ensure they achieve their recovery goals. While in this group the client continues to work on problems and issues in their day-to-day life that may arise and affect their behaviors and personal growth which can jeopardize recovery.
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Outpatient treatment for addiction is unlike Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, which are peer support groups and excellent for the role they play. Once a client finishes treatment with us they are strongly encouraged to continue on with AA or NA to have that peer support. While in treatment, the goal again is education and understanding addiction to have the tools to succeed in recovery.
These are then supplemented by educational presentations concerning the major aspects of the addictive illness. The objective of outpatient level of treatment is to have the client move toward accepting their addictive illness, therefore, enhancing their motivation for recovery and demonstrating ongoing abstinence from alcohol and drugs.

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