Outpatient drug rehab usually consists of 10 to 12 hours of individual and group therapy ran by a licensed state therapist. The sessions focus on educating the patient as to how the addiction formed and giving them the tools to develop effective strategies to live a life free of addiction.
Outpatient drug rehab can be a standalone option for people suffering from a mild addiction, or it can be part of a long-term treatment program. Outpatient rehab is less restrictive, usually requiring 10 to 12 hours a week spent in group and individual counseling at a local treatment center. The sessions teach people suffering from addiction how to cope without their drug of choice.
Is Outpatient Drug Rehab right for me?
If you are unable to seek inpatient addiction treatment because of work, school, and/or family obligations outpatient drug treatment could be right for you. Outpatient treatment can also be a good option if you have just finished an inpatient residential treatment program and you want help maintaining your sobriety by learning the skills you need to stay addiction free in everyday life. However, it is important to understand depending on what you’re addicted to and your health inpatient treatment might be the best option. It is best to consult with an intake coordinator to better understand the appropriate level of substance abuse treatment you should receive. You can call Ryan, our intake coordinator, at 888-454-4125
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Orange County Recovery Services is the biggest outpatient drug rehab in California and we offer outpatient drug rehab and intensive outpatient programs.
Please call us today if you want to learn more about how a outpatient drug rehab program can help you or a loved one. 432-230-1923