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Outpatient Therapy

Are You Looking for an Outpatient Therapy Rehab Near Me?

Aim 4 Recovery does provide Outpatient Therapy Treatment to those who need a
step-down program from a higher level of treatment, such as PHP and/or
IOP.

What is Outpatient Therapy Treatment?

Outpatient therapy focuses on providing patients with access to care and
support for addiction recovery services, in a non-residential setting.
Typically speaking, those entering outpatient substance abuse treatment
have already completed a residential program and/or as mentioned above,
have already received treatment through an intensive outpatient or
partial hospitalization treatment program and needs to step down to a
lower level of care.

Benefits of Outpatient Therapy

Outpatient substance abuse therapy and treatment provides those recovering from
addiction with much-needed support as they transition back into their
everyday lives. It’s important to remember that relapse is most common
right after an individual exits residential treatment, especially when there is
no follow-up support.

Outpatient provides random drug-testing and group-therapy weekly to provide Client with much needed accountability and support each week.

The extra encouragement and treatment provided by outpatient care play an essential role in helping our Clients in achieving long-term sobriety and recovery from addiction.

Other key benefits of Outpatient Rehab:
Other key benefits of outpatient substance abuse treatment include:
Relapse Prevention & Cravings Prevention. This is learning a set of skills
and strategies that an individual can use to avoid the temptations of a
relapse and maintain long-term sobriety. Individuals typically learn these
skills during PHP and IOP. However, in Outpatient Care, relapse prevention strategies are expanded upon and reinforced.

Friends & Family Dealing with Rehab for Outpatient Therapy

Direct Access to Friends and Family Transitioning back to normal life following PHP and IOP is a uniquely difficult challenge, as the Client has a lot more time on their hands, and may not have as much accountability as before, when having to be at the treatment facility was much more often.

The support of friends and family can play a critical role in helping a recovering loved one successfully manage this change. Outpatient substance abuse treatment provides family members with the opportunity to practice support strategies learned during family therapy.

Flexibility to Work or Attend School

One of the most appealing advantages of being able to attend an
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program, is the ability to continue
working, or attending school while receiving care. Balancing responsibilities
at work with care in the evening, is also a helpful exercise for individuals
transitioning into long-term sobriety. Plus it helps them strengthen their
stress management and coping skills learned during prior stages of
treatment.

Outpatient Therapy Frequently Asked Questions

If you or your loved one is struggling with addiction, you probably have
many questions regarding your options for treatment. Our admissions
counselors are standing by to answer your questions!

Does Insurance Cover The Cost Of Outpatient Therapy Programs?

The answer is YES! And here at AIM 4 Recovery we take most PPO
insurance. However, another key benefit of outpatient substance abuse
treatment programs is that they generally are less costly than residential.
partial and even IOP treatment. As a result, health insurance providers are
more likely to offer more comprehensive, extended coverage for outpatient
care and/or Aim 4 Recovery can help develop an affordable plan that fits
your budget.

What Kind of Program is Right for You?

Outpatient rehab is ideal for those who are familiar with the strategies
and tools necessary to live a life free of addiction but would still like extra
support in staying sober. Additionally, outpatient treatment allows those in
recovery to return to, or keep up with, work or school obligations while they
receive ongoing care.

However, for many patients, especially those in need of a medically
guided detox— outpatient treatment is not an appropriate first step, and
should consider the following programs first, instead: Detox, Partial
Hospitalization Treatment (PHP/Day-Treatment) and.or Intensive
Outpatient Treatment (IOP).

 

Do You Have Questions Regarding Outpatient Therapy?

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AIM 4 Recovery @ 818-369-7089

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