Outpatient Rehab Services

What is Outpatient Rehab Services?

Outpatient rehab services are very much crucial in the overall recovery of the patient with substance use disorder and Alcohol use dissorder. The treatment processes come forward with different strategies and methods of drug/alcohol rehabilitation treatment. This treatment method offers an immediate and short term relief which are best suitable for patients who have gone through detoxification and have a good amount of time in recovery with a clean body. 

Patients with mild conditions are treated through outpatient rehab services. Outpatient Rehab Services is suitable for people who want to stop using their substance of choice followed by specific programs that suit their schedules. 

What happens in Outpatient Treatment?

In outpatient rehab programs there will be special drug and alcohol treatment sessions organised to support the patients who are willingly quitting their addiction. It can be organised various times throughout the week. These kinds of programs allow the patient to continue their work and daily routines as usual but with the need to visit the treatment centre for rehabilitation program at allotted times for medications and counseling. 

Outpatient program work in different ways, intensity levels, and services — but the overall focus is on counseling, psycho education, and creating a network of support. Outpatient drug treatment is a little relaxed and yet intensive. The treatment program requires weekly sessions of 10 to 12 hours in local treatment facilities. 

These sessions basically deliver the appropriate de-addiction psycho education, individual and group therapy, and acknowledging patients how to develop skills. This type of treatment method can also be used as a part of a long-term treatment program.

During outpatient detox, patients must visit the rehab centre and then attend the program for medical and mental check-ups. The symptoms and progress of treatment are administered by the clinical staff to alleviate withdrawal symptoms in the patient. 

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    When is a Need for Outpatient Treatment?

    Outpatient therapy is preferred for a variety of reasons which includes two therapy levels. For people who have finished an intensive inpatient treatment program or have less severe addiction problems, an outpatient program is advised. It may also be appropriate if you are concerned that you are developing a drug or alcohol problem.

    Outpatient program often provide day and evening sessions, allowing you to continue working while receiving therapy. This process of treatment continues while reentering society. It acts as a real-world application for your learning. In most cases, it acts as an increased level of privacy for patients who don’t want it to be disclosed with their surroundings about their addiction problem. 

    Cases when Outpatient Treatment is Offered by Psychiatrists

    • Have completed an intensive patient program and need follow-ups
    • Dependency on job or business as sole earner
    • Maintaining sobriety from long and require the active participation in the program
    • Financial restraints 

    OutPatient Services at The Hermitage Rehab

    The Hermitage Rehab Centre is proudly helping thousands of people with substance use disorder and Alcohol use disorder with high quality and specialized care in safe, secure and cost- effective environment. We have a specialized team, organized for outpatient rehab services including psychiatrists and psychologists who properly take care of assessing the patient’s requirements and create a customized treatment plan for every patient individually. Then attend accordingly to deliver the utmost treatment process for better and early recovery. 

    We always research and seek for the latest treatment processes and offer the best physical, occupational and speech therapies incorporating the proven methods into plans to enhance the patient treatment outcomes. The therapists educate patients how to prevent or manage illnesses in order to obtain long-term health advantages, and in many circumstances, to avoid costly surgery and to decrease or eliminate the need for long-term usage of prescription drugs and associated negative effects.