Our intensive outpatient drug rehab program is comprehensive and highly individualized. An outpatient program, as opposed to a residential program, allows the client to stay home with friends and family, continue working, and continue to resolve current life problems.
The treatment process begins with withdrawing from any substance the body is addicted to. Following that therapy, sessions commence including, but not limited to, one on one counseling, group therapy, and family therapy sessions.
Therapy sessions cover the following areas of treatment and additional content is added to keep treatment individual specific. Here are a few of the topics covered in therapy.
- Re-establishing or maintaining family relationships
- Developing self esteem
- Creating healthy boundaries
- Learning to convey feelings in a constructive manner
- Relapse Prevention
eDrug Rehab outpatient programs consists of six weeks of treatment, with group sessions typically meeting 3 nights a week. Days and Times of meetings can be fully customized to meet your schedule. Family counseling sessions are also included in the intensive outpatient program.
Our program is designed for adolescents as well as adults with chemical dependency issues. These are just a few reasons one may enter into our alcohol and drug outpatient program.
- You need an individualized discreet treatment program
- You are court mandated to attend drug or alcohol rehabilitation program
- You have recently relapsed
- You recently completed an inpatient treatment program
- You are a fairly busy individual and can’t afford to lose time from work and other activities
- You are in an early stage of the recovery process
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