When considering treatment for addiction, there are a number of options to choose from – one of which is outpatient treatment. Outpatient rehabilitation is a form of substance abuse treatment that allows clients of the program to return home in the evening after spending the day in addiction therapy. Unlike residential programs, clients of outpatient treatment at Restore Drug Rehab LA can continue meeting the demands of work, school and family obligations while engaging in addiction recovery programming. Although outpatient treatment is not suitable for everyone, there are many people who will find this recovery treatment program to be greatly beneficial.

What Is Outpatient Treatment?

The primary difference between residential rehab and outpatient care is that clients of outpatient treatment are not expected to reside at the Restore Drug Rehab LA facility. Outpatient treatment generally offers more flexible scheduling, when compared to the residential option. Clients will meet at the Restore Treatment Center anywhere from a couple days a week, to every single day at varying times. Outpatient treatment at Restore Drug and Alcohol Rehab includes the elements of addiction recovery, such as individual and group therapy, stress reduction, and relapse prevention strategies. However, this program is largely considered less intensive when considering both treatment possibilities.

How Does Outpatient Rehab Aid In Addiction Recovery?

In most cases, outpatient programs are more affordable than residential rehab, as room and board are not necessary. Another key benefit is that clients are not required to put all of their responsibilities on hold to enter a live-in rehab facility. Outpatient treatment allows clients to uphold to work, family, and educational commitments and still get the help they need in rehab.

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Who Is A Suitable Candidate For Outpatient Treatment?

Not everyone will benefit from this form of care. For some people, residential rehabilitation programs are a necessity. Individuals who meet the following criteria may have a lot to gain from outpatient rehabilitation:

  • You have completed an inpatient or residential treatment program
  • Outpatient rehab is a transitional phase back into your day-to-day life
  • You are unable to put work, school, or family obligations on hold
  • You have a strong desire to maintain sobriety
  • You have a strong support system at home
  • You have a mild to moderate addiction

While outpatient treatment may be appropriate for some people, it is not always the best choice if you are experiencing any of the following circumstances:

  • You lack a strong network of support at home
  • You are suffering from a severe addiction
  • You have a co-occurring mental health disorder
  • You are physical, mental or emotional state of health is in poor condition

Start Your Recovery At Restore Treatment LA Today!

An outpatient rehab program is a flexible option to consider when entering drug or alcohol addiction treatment. It gives people the freedom to uphold responsibilities at home, while still developing valuable recovery skills. Upon completion of our outpatient treatment program at Restore Drug Treatment LA, clients will have the confidence to return to society, drug-free and ready to succeed.

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