Each and every person who needs rehab for alcohol or drug addiction comes to the process with their own unique set of care needs; sometimes these needs don’t allow for taking a month out of life to attend an inpatient treatment program. The primary goal of outpatient rehab is to help clients understand, address and manage the psychological catalysts and triggers of their substance use disorder, no matter how obvious or subtle; sometimes these factors include acute trauma; sometimes they include something more hidden like a years-long dysfunctional family dynamic. Whatever the cause or consequences of your or your loved one’s substance abuse may be, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you contextualize and overcome them in outpatient rehab.
Benefits of Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab offers quality, affordability and independence. It is the most common and accessible form of addiction treatment and serves as a springboard to lasting freedom from chemical dependency. Rather than experience the often-dramatic transition of relocating to a residential facility for a month or longer, you or your addicted loved one have the benefit of maintaining your support system and maintaining some semblance of control over your life. Outpatient rehab also happens to be more affordable than the inpatient option and is more readily covered by insurance providers. Outpatient treatment provides a level of clinical care on par with inpatient treatment with a less structured setting for eligible participants.
Peace of Mind and Flexibility in Recovery
Outpatient rehab for drug and alcohol addiction is one of the more common forms of care for substance use disorder. It allows participants to get the help they need to overcome drugs or alcohol while maintaining active involvement, participation and engagement with their careers, families and communities. Recovery Unplugged offers multiple outpatient and intensive outpatient (IOP) rehab options at our facilities across the country to help you or your loved one heal. Whether you’re battling severe alcohol use disorder, are on the verge of opioid dependency, need help curtailing your marijuana abuse or anything else, we’re here to help you.