SUBSTANCE USE & ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS

For individuals who require specialized medical care to help them overcome addiction but are still functional in some aspects of their lives, outpatient treatment is an ideal option.

Outpatient care ranges from mild to intense, depending on your needs. It includes any necessary combination of group therapy, individual therapy, medication-assisted treatment, case management and 12-step meetings.

You attend sessions during times of the week that suit you, with evening and daytime time groups available. One of the main advantages of outpatient services is that you can fit them in around your busy schedule. You also benefit from receiving structured time in a treatment center while spending the night in your own bed.

OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

If you don’t like the restrictive idea of residential rehab and your substance use disorder is at a point where it doesn’t need to be medically monitored, outpatient rehab lets you take responsibility for getting the care you need.

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INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

With an IOP, you attend the rehab center three to four times a week, depending on your circumstances.

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MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT

MAT complements professional counseling and support groups to help control cravings associated with alcoholism and opiate addiction.

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MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT

For some individuals who require addiction treatment, an intensive inpatient program simply isn’t conducive to their lifestyle or schedule.

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Aftercare Counseling

Addiction is a chronic disease, which means you need to maintain recovery instead of seeing rehab as a cure for a substance use disorder. During outpatient rehab, you and your case manager will discuss the next steps. This will help you to feel secure about what happens along each step of the way and make positive steps towards your goals.

People who successfully overcome their addictions tend to stay in aftercare, attending 12-step meetings and/or individual counseling, for at least two years. Many people continue indefinitely to strengthen their position in recovery and support others who are going through what they’ve been through.

Mental Health Counseling

There has been much discussion in recent years about whether alcohol and drug addiction occurs as a result of mental health disorders or causes them. The simple answer is — both. Psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, phobias and eating disorders often occur at the same time as substance use disorders. Substances profoundly affect the brain, causing imbalances in vital neurotransmitters that affect mood regulation, motivation and behavior, among other things.

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For more information about how On Demand Counseling can help you change your life, call us today at 330-270-8610.

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For more information about how On Demand Counseling can help you change your life, call us today at 330-270-8610.

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