Outpatient Drug Rehab

Outpatient Drug Rehab is a part-time program that allows recovering users to keep a sense of normalcy in their life as they continue to go to work and school.

This type of treatment is also more affordable and has programs that can be three months to over a year. Individuals with mild to moderate addiction who need more free time and appreciate their daily routine will find that outpatient drug rehab is suited for their needs.

Outpatient drug rehab allows recovering individuals to stay at home during treatment, only ten to twelve hours a week are put towards a local treatment center.

While outpatient drug rehab is a good standalone for mild addictions it can also be used in a long-term treatment program.

Sessions are focused on individual and group counseling, drug abuse education, and teaching individuals how to cope without using mind-or-mood altering substances.