Choices Treatment Center #lincoln, #nebraska, #gambling, #counseling, #consultation, #gamblers #anonymous, #gamanon, #mental


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Choices Treatment Center

Choices is an outpatient treatment and recovery facility committed to helping individuals overcome problems related to gambling, substance abuse, and mental health through a holistic approach so all co-occurring issues may be addressed.

We offer a 24-hour helpline staffed by licensed counselors, individual and group counseling, and education sessions.

Our counselors are certified with the Nebraska Gamblers Assistance Program. This program allows us to provide, at no charge to the client, assessments for Problem/Pathological Gamblers, consultations/interventions for problem gamblers and their families, financial counseling, and individual treatment.

Choices Staff is also available for presentations to schools, community groups, churches and businesses on the problems of gambling/gaming.

Our counselors are dually credentialed – Choices also offers Mental Health assessments, Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Substance Abuse Evaluations, DUI/DWI Education Program, Anger Management Education, and Budget and Finance Counseling.

The Choices Mission

Choices mission is to provide quality services in a caring environment by offering a full range of treatment options to individuals and families.

Bryan LGH Medical Plaza
1500 S 48 St Lincoln, NE
Second floor of the Medical Plaza

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: Classroom 1A
GAMANON: Classroom 1B
1st Saturday of each month GA Gamanon meet together

Grand Island Gamblers Anonymous
Friday, 7pm (GA) Open Meeting-Family Members Welcome
St. Francis Medical Center, 2116 West Faidley Ave. Room A, Lower Level
Phone Contact: Connie 308-390-6398

Hastings Gamblers Anonymous
Monday, 6:30pm (GA) Open Meeting-Family Members Welcome
Mary Lanning Medical Services Bldg (Basement), 1715 North St Joseph Ave.
Phone Contact: Connie 308-390-6958

Kearney Gamblers Anonymous (12 Step)
Wednesday, 7:30pm (Gamblers 12 Step) Open Meeting- Family Members Welcome
Crossroads Rescue Mission, 1404 East 39th Street
Phone Contact: Geoff 308-293-8156, Patrick 308-293-4782

Scottsbluff Gamblers Anonymous (12 Step)
Thursday, 6:30 pm (Gamblers 12 Step) Open Meeting- Family Members Welcome
18 West 16th Street
Phone Contact: Lisa 308-641-8070

Phone Numbers

  • LINCOLN, NE GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: 402-473-7933
  • OMAHA, NE GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: 402-978-7557
  • NATIONAL/NEBRASKA HELPLINE FOR COMPULSIVE GAMBLING: 1-800-522-4700

Services

  • Free Assessments for Problem/Pathological Gamblers
  • Free consultations/interventions for problem gamblers and their families
  • Mental Health Assessments
  • Individual, Family Marriage Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Evaluations and Treatment (court approved individual, outpatient intensive outpatient)
  • DUI/DWI Education Programs
  • Budgeting Classes and Counseling
  • Anger Management Counseling

Events

September
National Recovery Month


Canyon Vista Medical Center #regional #care, #canyon #vista #medical #center, #health, #care,


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The Canyon Vista Medical Center’s Thrive, a wellness depot, offers a Mommy to Mommy Breastfeeding Support Group. New mothers benefit from the network of friends and discussion topics presented at our breastfeeding support groups. These support groups are held weekly and are facilitated by one of our lactation experts. During the meetings you can share[. ]

ALOHA Adult Hearing Loss Support Group 11:00 am

The mission of ALOHA is to provide a support system for individuals with an acquired deaf-ness and/or hearing loss and their families. ALOHA also offers peer support, advocacy, infor-mation and training for individuals with a hearing loss which will enable them to improve their quality of life. During the meetings, you can share experiences and[. ]

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

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Help with Medicare 10:00 am

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Zumba Gold Evening 4:15 pm

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Kids Zumba Summer Style 1:00 pm

Beat the heat and join us for the coolest party in town with Zumba Kids classes! Travel to the tropics, play some games and have some fun dancing to the music you love! New summer sessions for kids of ALL ages! A Parent/Guardian must be present in Thrive for children to participate. The instructor is[. ]

Kidney Smart 2:00 pm

This FREE Kidney Smart® class is hosted by Canyon Vista Medical Center and DaVita® Si-erra Vista. This class is part of a nationwide effort to empower those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD) by providing basic education on how to manage their health. One in six American adults has CKD, and leading causes include diabetes[. ]

Monsoon Madness: Men s Health Part 2 of 5 5:30 pm

Jared Haros, Paramedic with Fry Fire Department will discuss safety during the monsoon season

The Canyon Vista Medical Center’s Thrive, a wellness depot, offers a Mommy to Mommy Breastfeeding Support Group. New mothers benefit from the network of friends and discussion topics presented at our breastfeeding support groups. These support groups are held weekly and are facilitated by one of our lactation experts. During the meetings you can share[. ]

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Zumba Gold Evening 4:15 pm

Zumba Gold 6:50 am

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Zumba 9:30 am

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Kids Zumba Summer Style 1:00 pm

Beat the heat and join us for the coolest party in town with Zumba Kids classes! Travel to the tropics, play some games and have some fun dancing to the music you love! New summer sessions for kids of ALL ages! A Parent/Guardian must be present in Thrive for children to participate. The instructor is[. ]

What to Expect When You re Expecting Daddy Edition: Men s Health Part 3 of 5 5:30 pm

Hear from a panel of new and experienced Dads moderated by Ellen Ackerman, RN

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Senior Nutrition: Iced Tea Month Hydration 1:00 pm

Yes! Tea can be healthful and contribute to hydration. Learn all about this along with what may not be our best choices. Please join Cynthia Aspengren from the U of A South Campus as she discusses how to tackle the topic of nutrition as we age.

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Help with Medicare 10:00 am

A topic of major concern to all Americans is the cost of healthcare. Federally funded programs like Medicare and Medicaid seem complex and uncertain to many people. It’s important to understand the role of these government sponsored programs as you investigate other funding strategies that are available to help you meet your future medical expenses.[. ]

Zumba Gold Evening 4:15 pm

Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However; some behaviors can present real challenges for caregivers to manage. Join Lisa Brazil from the Alzheimer’s Association to learn to decode behavioral[. ]

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Kids Zumba Summer Style 1:00 pm

Beat the heat and join us for the coolest party in town with Zumba Kids classes! Travel to the tropics, play some games and have some fun dancing to the music you love! New summer sessions for kids of ALL ages! A Parent/Guardian must be present in Thrive for children to participate. The instructor is[. ]

Diagnosis Prostate Cancer: Men s Health Part 4 of 5 5:30 pm

Join Dr. Janet Nettleton, Radiation Oncologist, Cochise Oncology to learn about living with prostate cancer, what’s next, and treatment options.

The Canyon Vista Medical Center’s Thrive, a wellness depot, offers a Mommy to Mommy Breastfeeding Support Group. New mothers benefit from the network of friends and discussion topics presented at our breastfeeding support groups. These support groups are held weekly and are facilitated by one of our lactation experts. During the meetings you can share[. ]

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Zumba Gold Evening 4:15 pm

Zumba Gold 6:50 am

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Zumba 9:30 am

Zumba Gold 8:00 am

Chair Yoga 9:15 am

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Frequently the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. The class is taught by Erica[. ]

Kids Zumba Summer Style 1:00 pm

Beat the heat and join us for the coolest party in town with Zumba Kids classes! Travel to the tropics, play some games and have some fun dancing to the music you love! New summer sessions for kids of ALL ages! A Parent/Guardian must be present in Thrive for children to participate. The instructor is[. ]

Living Heart Healthy: Men s Health Part 5 of 5 5:30 pm

How to live a healthy lifestyle after a hearth attack with Dr. Vinay Sanghi, Interventional Cardiologist, Sierra Vista Medical Group


The Villages Outpatient Clinic – North Florida #the #villages, #veterans #affairs, #community,


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North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

Services

The Villages Outpatient Clinic provides a broad range of general medical services for the primary care patient, as well as a variety of specialty care services. Services to be provided in this location will include but are not limited to: Primary Care, Audiology, Dental, Pharmacy, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Service, Women’s Health, Visually Impaired Services Team, CT Scan, Cardiology, Optometry. Ophthalmology, MRI, Podiatry, Wound Care, Mental Health, and Social Work. This clinic serves acute and chronically ill eligible Veterans. Our Veteran patient population requires a complexity of care that ranges from minor health care needs to urgent care. Veterans requiring hospitalization are assessed, stabilized and transferred to either local facilities or to the Gainesville VA Medical Center according to the urgency of their needs. Procedures or specialty care not provided by this clinic are referred to the Gainesville VA Medical Center.

Driving Directions

FROM THE NORTH (OCALA)
Proceed east on US-441 / US-27. At C.R. 42, make right hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

FROM THE WEST (LEESBURG)
Proceed west on US-27. At C.R. 42, make a left hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

Maps to Clinic

Parking

Location

8900 SE 165th Mulberry Ln.
The Villages, FL 32162

Phone Fax

Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri
8:00am – 4:30pm (by appointment only)

Driving Directions

Coordinates:
28 58’49″N 82 0’18″W

Other Locations


SOBA Recovery Mesa #outpatient #drug #rehab #nj


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Welcome Home

Struggling with addiction is hard. Trying to do it alone is almost impossible. Misuse of drugs and alcohol hides the underlying causes of your addiction and these will continue to be a detriment to your life until they are uncovered and addressed. If you are reading this right now and need to change things in your life, welcome home. Please call. We understand how you feel and the struggle to pick up the phone. Our staff recognizes that people who try to quit by themselves oftentimes get frustrated and feel helpless when they can’t. You can, and we can help.

Our Approach

Like the individual, our plans are unique and must be customized to fit each person’s needs.

At Soba, we are dedicated to helping our friends overcome the destruction of addiction and substance abuse. No one suffering from addiction planned it. No one wants to admit they really have a problem. Drugs and alcohol are many times the only solution we know.

At Soba, with the help of our staff, we will help you understand what seems so confusing right now. We will prepare a personalized plan for you to find the underlying causes of your addiction and ways to address it.

Our program takes a holistic approach of different therapies with the most experienced and professional staff in the field of treatable psychological disorders designed to provide long-term care for individuals seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.

Drug Alcohol Treatment Program

Each aspect of our treatment plan is interwoven to develop a program that covers ALL areas that substance abusers need to have the greatest chance at success.

Detoxification

Medically supervised detoxification is provided at our 20 bed inpatient facility in Mesa. The detox process is monitored 24 hours per day by trained professionals.

Sober Living

We provide a structured multi-faceted program to help those currently suffering from addiction to help ensure long term recovery.

Outpatient

Our outpatient facility in Mesa, located just minutes from out sober living home, is where we provide groups, counseling and fellowshipping activities.

Residential

Often times, our clients require a higher level of care upon intake. Our proven residential program is staffed by some of the finest professionals in the world.

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Health Information Technology – South Hills School of Business – Technology #south


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The South Hills Health Information Technology program trains students in ICD-10 and CPT coding, EHR (electronic health records), healthcare quality improvement, reimbursement systems, and more. Students in our HIT program will hone the high-tech skills needed to manage and analyze information for both patients and the facilities where they receive care. You’ll find career opportunities at hospitals, physician offices, nursing homes, government agencies, and other healthcare facilities.

Our HIT graduates are in demand for positions including Inpatient and/or Outpatient Coder, Health Data Analyst, Abstractor, Medical Records Manager, Health Information Management (HIM) Supervisor, and HIM Manager.

Successful students in this program are detail-oriented, enjoy working with computers and technology, analyzing data, and working in a team setting. Leadership skills are a plus, as many of our HIT graduates become supervisors or managers in a wide variety of healthcare environments.

“The Health Information Technology program (HIT) prepares graduates for a career in many different settings in the healthcare field. They are exposed to current applications and processes being used in the profession. Graduates receive extensive hands-on training in pertinent areas such as ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS, CPT-4, electronic health records, encoders, etc. The small class size along with faculty who remain current in their field of expertise allow us to provide the latest information in the class setting. The students are eligible to sit for the national RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician) certification exam as well as several coding certification exams.”

Kay Strigle
HIT Program Coordinator / Instructor at the State College Main Campus

HIT Graduates Can Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Only Two Years with St. Francis University!

South Hills students graduating with the Associate in Specialized Technology Degree in Health Information Technology are eligible for a bachelor degree completion program in Healthcare Management or Health Studies through St. Francis University Office of Adult Degree & Continuing Studies.

Finish your Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Management or Health Studies in only two years or less through online, weekend, and evening classes in State College or Altoona. South Hills students will be guaranteed acceptance with a 2.0 GPA and up to 64 credits from our HIT program will automatically transfer into the program. Students and alumni may transfer in additional credits through military or other colleges as applicable, accepting up to 98 credits. The customizable curriculum allows you to take as few or as many classes as you want so you can balance work, family, and life. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. This program can also be completed fully online. Both programs are also fully online.

For more information about Bachelor’s degree completion, visit the St. Francis website or call the Office of Adult Degree & Continuing Studies at 814-472-3012 .

With two years of hands-on training and strong skillsets, our HIT graduates are prepared for a variety of healthcare career options, including:

  • Abstractor
  • Coding Manager
  • Health Data Analyst
  • Inpatient and/or Outpatient Coder
  • Medical Records Manager
  • Medical Records Specialist
  • Health Information Management (HIM) Manager
  • Health Information Management (HIM) Supervisor

Each HIT student completes a semester-long internship before graduation, providing real world experience invaluable to a career in the healthcare field. We have placed interns at locations including:

  • Central PA Podiatry Associates
  • Centre Crest
  • Drayer Physical Therapy
  • HealthSouth Nittany Valley Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Geisinger- Lewistown
  • Homewood at Martinsburg
  • James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center
  • Jersey Shore Hospital
  • Mount Nittany Medical Center
  • Mount Nittany Physician’s Group
  • State Correctional Institute at Rockview
  • Susquehanna Health Systems
  • Tyrone Hospital
  • University Orthopedics

Graduates of the HIT Program at South Hills are well-trained and in demand for their up-to-date knowledge of today’s medical technology, versatility, and work ethics. Some of the many locations employing our graduates include:

  • Blair Medical Associates
  • Brookline Retirement Village
  • Cardiology Associates
  • Centre Medical and Surgical Associates
  • Cornerstone Family Eye Care
  • Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates
  • Medical Billing and Management Services
  • Nittany Eye Associates
  • Meadows Psychiatric Center
  • Penn State Family Medicine
  • Penn State Hershey Medical Center
  • Pyramid Health Care
  • State College Orthodontics
  • Valley View Nursing Home

Outpatient substance abuse treatment #outpatient #substance #abuse #treatment


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Outpatient Substance Abuse Services

In Greenpoint-Brooklyn, Richmond Hill-Queens, and Bellport-Long Island, Outreach provides quality outpatient treatment for persons, aged 18 and older with alcohol and/or other substance abuse problems. The programs are built on a multi-phase model creating opportunities to achieve and recognize specific goals as a person moves through each level of recovery. The experience also allows participants to break their isolation and become members of a larger, more supportive external community. A wide range of structured activities emphasize appropriate interdependence among participants and staff as an integral part of the recovery process. Length of stay depends on individual need. Services are available in Spanish at Richmond Hill and in Polish and Spanish in Greenpoint. Special program tracks are also available for individuals with DWI/DUI violations.

Clinical Services:

  • Individualized Assessment and Treatment Planning
  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling
  • Toxicology Testing
  • Health Education and Intervention
  • HIV Education and Prevention
  • Vocational Counseling
  • On-Site Self-Help Meetings
  • Acupuncture (at Richmond Hill facility)
  • DWI Services


Outpatient Alcohol Rehab – Find Treatment Nearby #outpatient #rehab #alcohol


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Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Outpatient alcohol rehab is a popular and effective way to treat an alcohol use disorder (AUD). With outpatient rehabs, individuals have the opportunity to get help for their AUD without interfering with daily responsibilities like work, school and family obligations.

While each outpatient program offers various services, many involve medication-assisted detox. alcohol counseling sessions, different types of therapies and support groups. A comprehensive treatment plan treats the whole person, rather than just the disease. This provides the greatest chance for overcoming potential triggers and achieving long-term sobriety.

If you suffer from a drinking problem, you are not alone. Our treatment specialists will be able to discuss rehab options that best fit your needs, as well as walk you through the entire recovery process. You owe it to yourself to live a healthy, fulfilling and alcohol-free life. Call us today to learn more about alcohol treatment facilities nearby.

What is Outpatient Alcohol Rehab?

Outpatient alcohol rehab centers help individuals overcome a dangerous drinking behavior, and learn how to recognize and prevent triggers. Many outpatient programs meet every day for the first several weeks or even months. Afterwards, the number of meetings will begin to lessen based on how far along an individual has come in their recovery.

Although there are many similarities between an inpatient and outpatient rehab program, they also have their differences. Outpatient programs are usually not as intensive and give you the freedom to work or go to school while getting treatment. They’re a great option for those who have a stable home environment and do not have a serious drinking problem. However, while outpatient facilities are a great alternative to the 30, 60 and 90-day inpatient programs, they’re not for everyone. For instance, if a person has been struggling with a long-term drinking problem, they may want to consider a more intensive treatment method.

Types of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Programs

There are several types of outpatient alcohol rehab programs offered around the country. The three most common types are day treatment, intensive outpatient and continuing care groups. Depending on your specific needs, your doctor or treatment specialist may recommend certain programs over others. Sometimes you can even start with one program and move to another during your recovery journey.

Here’s a breakdown of each different type of outpatient alcohol rehab program:

Day Treatment

Day treatment is the most intensive outpatient rehab program. Typically, patients are required to meet five to seven days each week, and may partake in either full- or half-day programs. Since day treatments are more structured, a person’s daily schedule involves medication detox, counseling, support groups and other types of therapies. At the conclusion of each day, individuals are able to go home and be with their loved ones.

The length of day treatment programs varies based on a person’s condition. For some, it may only take a few weeks to complete a day treatment program and move on in the recovery process. For others, it can take longer to feel confident in overcoming urges to drink or giving into temptation.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs are often much more flexible than day programs. They usually include meeting times during the day or evening, which is extremely beneficial for individuals who have other scheduled commitments. When a person first starts an intensive outpatient program, meetings are frequent. However, as they achieve various recovery goals, meetings will be held less often.

Intensive outpatient programs are a great option for people who have a strong, stable support system at home. This gives them the opportunity to meet with treatment specialists during the day, learn about how to prevent an alcohol relapse and apply what they’ve learned to everyday situations.

Continuing Care Groups

Generally, continuing care groups are the final step in the recovery process. These help individuals maintain their sobriety and provide an outlet to talk about accomplishments, as well as challenges. While meetings are often based on what members prefer, many continuing care groups meet about once a week for an hour or two.

The availability of community care groups often depends on where a person is located. For instance, medium-sized to larger cities may offer a broader range of support groups that cover certain recovery topics or are gender-specific. In smaller areas, continuing care groups can sometimes be limited and require a person to travel longer distances for treatment.

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Benefits of Outpatient Rehab Programs

When looking over treatment options, it’s important to weigh both the advantages and disadvantages of an outpatient rehab program. Outpatient programs have seen an increase in demand over the past couple of decades due to the number of benefits the offer, like going home at the end of each day.

Several benefits to outpatient alcohol rehab include:

  • Good balance between work, home and rehab
  • Minimal disruptions to daily life and priorities
  • Often costs less than traditional, inpatient rehab
  • Close to home and a person’s support system
  • The chance to practice what you learn in real world situations
  • Attend counseling sessions with family and friends

However, while there are many benefits to participating in an outpatient treatment program, there are also some disadvantages as well. For example, some people may continue drinking when they’re not under supervised care. In an outpatient setting, a person is still in close proximity to their old friends and triggers, making it challenging to stay sober. In addition, alcohol withdrawal symptoms are sometimes tricky to treat in an outpatient program without the 24/7 assistance of medical staff.

How to Choose an Alcohol Outpatient Rehab

After a person has decided they’re ready to seek alcohol treatment. it’s time to find the right rehab program that will fit their needs. The best way to get started is by writing down a list of priorities of what is most important during treatment. It can include a certain specialty that the program focuses on, amenities, types of therapies and activities, and ongoing maintenance resources. Once this list is compiled, a person can start to narrow in on exactly what they’re looking for.

Some questions to think about while reviewing outpatient rehab options are:

  • What types of treatment methods does the facility use?
  • What does the rehab schedule look like? Is there an option for half or full day?
  • Are staff and treatment specialists properly certified?
  • Does insurance cover treatment or does the facility offer financial assistance?
  • How successful has the program been with other recovering alcoholics?
  • Are family and friends allowed to participate in some therapy sessions?
  • What happens after rehab? Will they refer you to local recovery groups?
  • What types of services and amenities are provided?
  • Is the program structured or more flexible? Will staff help create a recovery plan timeline?

Outpatient treatment rehab offers various therapies and services for those struggling with alcohol abuse. Each one is a step toward an alcohol-free life and maintaining sobriety.

In many cases, outpatient rehab programs are more affordable than inpatient facilities. Some facilities also now offer financial assistance and sliding payment scales to help offset the initial costs.

The longer a person sticks with outpatient rehab, the greater the chance for long-term sobriety. This can take anywhere from a few months up to a year, depending on each individual’s condition.

Find a Rehab That Fits Your Needs

There’s no better time than today to get started on your recovery. An outpatient alcohol rehab facility can help you get back on your feet and live life to the fullest.

Get the help you deserve by talking with a recovery specialist today.

Author

Carol Galbicsek

Content Marketing Manager

Carol is the lead writer for Alcohol Rehab Guide. She is passionate about helping people who are struggling with alcohol abuse and addiction. Her past experience in the medical field has led to a deep knowledge of the struggles facing those with a substance use disorder (SUD), and a desire to do something to help.

Sources

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Treatments for Substance Use Disorders. December 2016. https://www.samhsa.gov/treatment/substance-use-disorders

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Substance Abuse: Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment. December 2016. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK64094/