After an inpatient recovery program, you made decide to take part in outpatient rehab that allows you to continue rehab while pursuing work, family obligations, and other interests. At Red Oak Recovery, therapists customize a treatment plan based on your unique needs. Consider this option if you have a moderate addiction and cannot attend residential addiction treatment programs in North Carolina. Contact our team today at 866.457.7590 for more information.
Benefits of Our Outpatient Rehab Programs
Turning your back on drugs and alcohol addiction usually starts with a detox program. After detox, you can come to a proven substance use treatment program at Red Oak Recovery. Here, you have many choices for care. Residential programs involve structure and supervision, which may be more suitable for those with a longstanding addiction. Outpatient rehabs provide more individual freedom.
Many clients choose to continue outpatient programs after completing a residential or partial hospitalization program. If you can continue your care after a 30-day stay with our excellent therapeutic staff, it can help ease the transition to independent living.
Clients also choose standard outpatient care after a relapse. If you catch yourself starting to slip, you can enroll for additional help that doesn’t require you to stay overnight at the facility. Outpatient solutions are often less expensive than more intensive options.
Types of Outpatient Treatment Programs
There are several types of outpatient rehab programs that include day programs, intensive outpatient programs, and continuing care.
Day Program Outpatient Rehab
Day programs offer the highest level of structure available outside of a residential treatment program. You commit to spending up to seven days a week at the facility for several hours per day. Additionally, you receive group and individual counseling as well as holistic therapy options to help you focus on sobriety and working your program.
You go home to spend time with your loved ones. Although it’s a considerable time commitment, it can increase your ability to work and continue your other interests outside of recovery. If you have underlying mental health conditions, you can ask your therapist to provide dual diagnosis treatment for substance use and mental health disorders.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
These outpatient treatment programs use measurable milestones to mark continuous improvement. When you reach specific goals, you can decrease the amount of time you spend in outpatient rehab.
Choose an IOP if you want to cut out alcohol and drug abuse without giving up work and other daily obligations. These programs typically require multiple sessions, relapse prevention education, group therapy, and 12 step program support.
Outpatient Rehab Continuing Care
You can enroll in continuing care through groups such as Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous. Look for groups led by licensed professionals that meet regularly.
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment
The benefits of outbound rehab include the following:
- An affordable option for those whose insurance will not pay the full cost of treatment
- Flexibility to work around your other commitment
- Access to the family during your treatment (Red Oak Recovery has family counseling and therapy options for our client.)
- Dedicated staff members, including therapists from our men’s and women’s rehab programs
Red Oak Recovery Programs
At Red Oak Recovery, outpatient rehab programs include therapy specific to your addiction. If you have a substance use disorder and are a man between 18 and 30 years old, you may benefit from one of our programs, such as the following:
- Benzo addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Alcohol addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Opioid addiction
Outpatient Treatment in North Carolina
Are you looking for a treatment that allows you to maintain your freedom after recovery sessions? Contact us at 866.457.7590 for more information about the outpatient treatment options available at Red Oak Recovery. We can’t wait to help you begin your journey towards drug-free living on your own terms.