An addict's journey is continual, meaning that living free from drugs and alcohol takes a constant and concerted effort even after someone has successfully completed a rehabilitation program. While many may believe that inpatient treatment is the key to living a successful, healthy and sober life, it's actually just one part of the overall process. Outpatient rehab brought to you by our professionals at The Treatment Center is another part of the process which many find to be equally valuable in terms of their recovery. Outpatient rehab is a unique service in that it allows someone the flexibility to work on their substance abuse problem in conjunction with normal life. We understand that you have responsibilities as a parent, an employer, a caregiver and many more, so our outpatient program is designed with those commitments in mind already. You can make your recovery fit around your schedule, our team at The Treatment Center Outpatient Services can help.
Outpatient Rehab Offers Flexibility in Recovery
An inpatient program requires full-time participation around the clock at an addiction treatment facility, but an outpatient program offers you the chance to attend work, school and more while using your free time to visit our center and attend important counseling and therapy sessions. There are multiple tracks to success and our outpatient facility offers residents the chance to explore each one and find the path to a better life which offers the most hope for sobriety. Some of the most popular tracks include:
- 12 Step Traditional Track
- Advanced Recovery Track
- Creative Arts Track
- Pain Management Track
- Faith-based Track
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Each one of these outpatient rehab programs allows the individual to grow and prosper into a new you free from the confines of addiction and abuse. There are plenty of ways to get sober, but with help from professional addiction treatment counselors at The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, you can find the path to a better life which offers real hope for sobriety. We know it's not easy to ask for help, but if drugs and alcohol are threatening to ruin your life, it's time to take a stand and make the call which can improve your life in more ways than one!