Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programs
Soba Recovery Centers offer outpatient addiction treatment at our Mesa, Arizona and San Antonio, Texas locations to help you find lasting recovery.
There are a number of major issues facing individuals, families, and the healthcare system everywhere. One of the biggest issues has to do with addiction. Addiction can take many forms; however, the most common addiction issues have to do with drugs and alcohol. Those who have developed an addiction to alcohol or drugs are aware of the tremendous toll this can take on not only the individual but also his or her family members as well.
An addiction to drugs or alcohol can leave someone pouring all of their time, money, energy, and resources into feeding that addiction. People may end up forgoing their daily obligations in both the personal and professional sphere just to satiate that addiction. Sadly, that point never arises and people’s lives can end up in a downward spiral. Fortunately, there are resources available to assist people who need it most. One of these comes in the form of outpatient addiction treatment. While it is possible to overcome even the most severe addictions, it is important to ask the trained professionals for help.
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Many times the first step in the treatment process is detoxification, where dedicated team works to help rid your body of drugs & alcohol for good, in a safe & effective environment.
Soba Recovery offers intensive outpatient treatment as a step-down offered as a continued treatment with day groups to help aide in long-term recovery.
Soba Recovery's core treatment program revolves around residential inpatient treatment - where we suggest a 30-day stay in order to effectively overcome substance abuse.
Outpatient treatment is offered as a continued care service, typically for those who have completed an inpatient and intensive outpatient treatment.
Partial hospitalization, or partial day treatment, is offered at all of Soba Recovery's programs as a step-down level of care after a client completes inpatient treatment or if they cannot attend an inpatient rehab.
The Soba Recovery sober living homes in Texas and Arizona offer clients accountability and a safe and sober environment where they can learn to recover for good.
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Inpatient vs. Outpatient
What is Outpatient Addiction Treatment?
There are two main forms of addiction treatment. The first is referred to as inpatient treatment. In this program, individuals typically spend multiple nights at a professional facility where they receive targeted, focused, around the clock treatment. The other option is outpatient treatment. An outpatient addiction treatment plan is going to allow someone to continue with his or her daily routine while receiving the professional help that he or she needs.
There are multiple components when it comes to outpatient addiction treatment. The backbone of this treatment plan is going to be counseling. Those who seek outpatient addiction treatment will be able to work one-on-one with a professional counselor. In this program, the goal is to identify the reasons why addiction developed in the first place. By eliminating the root cause of addiction, someone will be able to not only achieve sobriety but also retain it in the future. Counselors and therapists may also recommend a group program in some situations. Group therapy might be recommended if someone can benefit from hearing other people’s stories about addiction, the problems they caused, and how these individuals found their way to a successful recovery.
Another possible component of outpatient addiction may involve medications. While some people might be hesitant to take medications to help with addiction, these can be helpful for numerous reasons. First, medications may help people manage the symptoms of withdrawal. Withdrawal symptoms can be severe and might include fevers, chills, shakes, sweats, and emotional lability. In some cases, withdrawal can cause seizures (in the case of an addiction to benzodiazepines). Medications can also be helpful outside the world of withdrawal as well. These medications can be used to help people sleep, manage cravings, and remain focused on the recovery process.
Each outpatient recovery program is going to be different. The plan is going to be tailored to meet the needs of the individual. There are a few major benefits that people should keep in mind.
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The Benefits of an Outpatient Program
There are a number of major benefits when it comes to an outpatient treatment program.
Flexibility: There are many people who want to continue their personal and professional lives while receiving treatment. Outpatient programs allow someone to do exactly that. Appointments in an outpatient program can be tailored to meet the schedule of the patient. Continue working while receiving the necessary treatment at the same time.
Discretion: Because an outpatient treatment program typically happens in a one-on-one setting, complete discretion is possible. Even though the stigma surrounding mental health issues is starting to dissipate, most patients still want to maintain their privacy. This is possible in an outpatient setting. Nobody has to know that anyone is receiving addiction treatment.
One-on-One: Many of the treatments and therapies in an outpatient program pair a single patient with a counselor or therapist. This means the treatment plan can be tailored and targeted to meet the needs of the patient. This allows everyone to enjoy the maximum possible benefit. Furthermore, this setting also allows patients to open much more than they otherwise would. When they know only one person is going to hear about their story, individuals can be more honest with the therapist. This honesty is a critical part of a successful recovery.
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Choosing Our Outpatient Programs
At Soba Recovery, we know that there are lots of options to choose from when it comes to an outpatient addiction treatment program. There are a few reasons why so many people have relied on us to help them overcome addiction. These include:
Experience: Our team has an unparalleled level of experience when it comes to the treatment of addiction. This experience means that we have seen almost everything when it comes to symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. We have been able to leverage this experience to help people overcome even the most severe addictions.
Compassion: We know that there is still a stigma surrounding mental health issues, including addiction. Rest assured that we will listen to your story without judgment or conviction. We are here to provide compassionate care. We know that you have been through a lot already. That is why we will provide you with the professional help you need in a caring and compassionate manner.
Innovation: At Soba Recovery, we also work hard to stay on the cutting edge when it comes to treatment tools, equipment, and methods. We know that there is a tremendous amount of research happening in the field of addiction treatment. We believe that by staying up to date on the latest research, we will be in the best position possible to take care of our patients.
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Outpatient Treatment at Soba Recovery Centers
It is important for everyone to know that help is available. At Soba Recovery, we take a lot of pride in the services we provide to those in need. We have numerous locations scattered throughout the Southwest including locations in San Antonio, TX as well as Mesa, AZ. We know that addiction is an issue that impacts not only the individual but also his or her family members and friends as well. Already, we have helped countless people overcome an addiction to drugs, alcohol, and numerous other substances. We would be honored to help you as well. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, please reach out to us today. Feel free to give us a call or contact us through our website. We would be honored to help you.