Drug and alcohol treatment programs generally fall into one of two categories — inpatient or outpatient rehab. While equally focused on rehabilitation, each type has unique attributes and benefits to offer. Inpatient rehabs are intensive, residential treatment programs designed to treat serious addictions. Outpatient rehabs are part-time programs, allowing the recovering user to keep going to work or school during the day.
It is important that both the addicted person and their loved ones understand the differences before selecting a treatment program. Finding the right treatment program can put you or a loved one on the road to sobriety.
Outpatient drug rehab is less restrictive than inpatient programs. Outpatient recovery programs usually require 10 to 12 hours a week spent coming to FFWC.
These sessions focus on drug abuse education, individual and group counseling, and teaching addicted people how to cope without their drug. Outpatient drug rehab can be a good standalone option for someone with a mild addiction, or it can be part of a long-term treatment program. Outpatient drug rehab can last three to six months — something like inpatient treatment — or over a year. FFWC make a treatment plan that fits you as a person, not just like any other program it is not a “cookie Cutter program” RHTWC is designed to help you and your needs. Each patient has their own treatment plan that works for them.
At FFWC it is a all in one our facility also has providers to check physical and mental check-ups during outpatient program. Clinicians and doctors or NP administer medications on-site or depends on your treatment plan.
Social Support during Outpatient Rehab
FFWC allows recovering addicts to remain at home during treatment. That undergoing outpatient drug rehab can continue working and remain close to family and friends. FFWC will conduct meetings at night or in the early morning, helping those in the program maintain their normal schedules and one on one Sessions.
Twelve step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) may be used as part of outpatient treatment. Studies show that participating in recovery groups like AA and NA helps recovering addicts stay sober. It is not mandatory to attend those meeting but it is encouraged that you also get extra support and build a support system outside of FFWC.
Whatever the Decision, Recovery is Around the Corner. No matter which treatment option you choose for you or a loved one, rehab can change your life. Addiction is a chronic illness, and recovery is a lifelong process. Medical professionals, mental health counselors and community groups like AA can teach the necessary skills to avoid relapse. Take the first step today. Please reach out to FFWC.