Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Outpatient Treatment Offers Flexibility During Recovery Without Sacrificing Depth Of Care.

We know you’ve worked hard to build to your current level of sobriety, coping abilities, and interpersonal success. Outpatient care offers you a place to continue receiving highly valuable treatment for your Substance Use Disorder, mental health issues, or Co-Occurring Disorders. Epiphany Wellness is here to support your long-term recovery success through outpatient care and a reliable support system. It’s time to pursue your Epiphany.

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What Is Outpatient Rehab?

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Outpatient treatment programs are designed to help you re-establish the regular routines of your daily life while still attending treatment that is tailored to fit your specific needs. Rather than spending several hours per day or four to five days per week in treatment, you have worked your way to greater autonomy and consistency.

During higher levels of care, you’ve developed a reliable and helpful support system. Outpatient care helps you maintain all the progress you’ve earned without sacrificing the depth of care you need. Rather than attending daily group and individual sessions, you will be empowered to scale back your attendance and get back to doing more of what you love.

As you create more autonomy in your life, you will begin to rebuild relationships, hobbies, and pursuits you once valued. Your life begins to take shape as the life you truly want to live. There is freedom after outpatient treatment at Epiphany Wellness.

Inpatient Rehab Vs. Outpatient Rehab: What’s The Difference?

How Is An Outpatient Program Different From An Intensive Outpatient Program?

Who Is A Good Fit For Outpatient Rehab?

While we offer several types of treatment at varying levels of care, an outpatient treatment plan is most suitable for someone who has already completed an Intensive Outpatient or Partial Hospitalization Program, depending on their individual needs.

Participants in our OP are adults who struggle with alcohol addiction, substance abuse, mental health issues, or co-occurring disorders. Our staff is highly experienced in working with Opioid Use Disorders, benzo dependence, Alcohol Use Disorders, stimulant dependence, and any other form of Substance Use Disorder.

The most successful client we work with is an individual who is fully committed to recovery and displays a consistent willingness to participate in therapy and treatment. Treatment can make the most significant difference between success and failure. You have to believe it too.

Benefits of Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab programs are a form of evidence-based treatment that allows you to continue practicing coping skills within a reliable support network without committing to daily treatment. As you continue to pursue sober living and building healthy habits, you remain fully supported with access to group therapy and individual therapy sessions to support the new life you’re building.

There is a higher level of safety paired with freedom in this level of care. You remain supported every week, sometimes several times per week, but are not confined to a rigorous treatment schedule. As you navigate daily routines, obligations, and stressors, you remain connected to a support network and know that you have access to the help you need.

Here, you are beginning to experience the life you love and become the best version of yourself. This is where the rest of your life begins.

Therapies Used At Epiphany Wellness Treatment Center

Our mission is your recovery. Recovery requires a holistic approach to care when it comes to treatment and outpatient therapy. At Epiphany Wellness, we know the evidence-based and recovery-focused treatments and therapies to help you get there.

From Experiential Therapy, family therapy, and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) to Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Neuropathway Building, each modality offers a unique method for both individual therapy and group therapy sessions.

What Happens After Outpatient Services?

Outpatient programs are the second-to-last tier of a full continuum of care. After you have completed an OP at Epiphany Wellness, you will enter the Aftercare phase. Here, you will receive a custom and practical aftercare treatment plan that includes everything you need to navigate ongoing recovery and relapse prevention. From support groups and 12-step programs to emergency plans and accountability contacts, our goal is to ensure long-term success in your recovery.

How To Choose The Rehab Center That’s Right For You

Choosing a rehab facility is a highly personal decision. It’s important for you to feel comfortable with the team, treatments, facility, and approach to your care. Here are the primary hallmarks of care you should be looking for when making the decision to enroll in treatment.

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Holistic Care

Whether you’re suffering from substance use, mental health concerns, or both. You want to ensure that the care you receive is sufficient to match the needs of your whole person mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

Experienced Healthcare Providers

The best path to recovery is a supported path to recovery. Support must be effective, practical, and beneficial to your life. This only comes from highly qualified and experienced healthcare professionals who are dedicated to your success.

Evidence-Based and Individualized Treatments

From innovative new medically-assisted techniques and time-tested therapies, it’s critical for your care that you have confidence in your treatment. That treatment must be tailored to meet your individual needs so that you’re not lumped into a mass of other clients with no specific attention or direction.

Comfortable Facilities

In order to focus on your recovery, your treatment environment should be comfortable, peaceful, and free of distractions.

Frequently Asked Questions About Outpatient Treatment Programs

What are the advantages of outpatient rehabilitation?

Outpatient rehab offers flexibility in your schedule without sacrificing your access to treatment. You will be fully supported on a weekly or as-needed basis while you simultaneously fulfill family, work, or academic obligations every day.

What is the most common type of outpatient rehabilitation therapy?

The most common types of outpatient therapy are individual sessions for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to identify and address internal processes, Group Therapy for coping skill practice, and Family Therapy for holistic support and improving interpersonal skills.

How do outpatient rehab treatment sessions differ from inpatient therapy sessions?

Primarily, the difference lies in the level of care or the number of sessions, not the structure or format of the sessions themselves. If you’re participating in a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), you will attend several hours a day of various therapy sessions, depending on your unique needs. As a participant in an Outpatient Program (OP), required attendance is reduced to weekly or as-needed to support your daily obligations and acknowledge your earned progress.

What is the difference between a rehab center and an outpatient rehab clinic?

An outpatient rehab clinic is a stand-alone facility that primarily offers preventative substance use or mental health care. They are a temporary, partial solution to a long-term, holistic concern. A rehab center like Epiphany Wellness is a comprehensive treatment facility offering a full continuum of care, from detox placement to aftercare.

Long-Term Recovery Success Is Built In An Outpatient Treatment Program

If you or a loved one has completed an inpatient or PHP program, outpatient treatment is the next step. This is where everything you’ve learned is brought to bear in your life. Let us walk alongside you as you continue to create a life you love, living in freedom and developing healthy habits. Welcome To Your Epiphany.