This type of treatment allows you to carry on with your daily life while getting the medical attention you need. When you’re assessed, a doctor helps to decide the level of care you require, depending on your unique situation and needs. For instance, if you have a healthy home environment and a moderate substance use disorder, outpatient could be the perfect fit.
Outpatient treatment is also the ideal step-down from more intensive forms of treatment, whether you’re looking to attend groups, get individual counseling or continue medically assisted treatment for your chemical dependency.
If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction and need help now please call 330-270-8610 or visit our admissions page for more information.
What Is Outpatient Rehab?
The main difference between outpatient and inpatient treatment programs is the fact that with inpatient care, you sleep in the rehab center. Counseling sessions and educational courses are generally the same, so if you have dependents at home who need you, a job or a loving support network, it’s likely that outpatient drug or alcohol treatment is for you.