Intensive Outpatient Treatment

CRC’s intensive outpatient treatment facilities provide a “step-down” level of care that gives clients a flexible alternative to residential or day treatment. Patients will receive an individualized assessment, multidisciplinary treatment based on the 12-step philosophy, referrals for community services, and ongoing support specifically designed for those clients who do not require 24-hour care. Depending on their individual needs, clients can receive treatment at our facilities up to three hours a day, three days a week, while engaging in their normal everyday life at home.

Outpatient treatment provides a forum for clients to discuss issues and receive support while coping with their day-to-day work, school, and life stressors. In a traditional counseling setting, addiction specialists help patients resolve interpersonal conflicts, stress, anxiety, and other emotional concerns that relate to chemical dependency. Group therapy sessions may focus on strategies for maintaining sobriety, avoiding relapse, and developing a supportive environment for recovery. Our outpatient treatment facilities also offer education and support for families helping their loved one through the recovery process.

Serving men and women of all ages and backgrounds, our intensive outpatient programs provide a structured, educational, and supportive therapeutic setting for individuals to identify and address clinical problems that could interfere with the recovery process. With appropriate treatment, patients will better understand how their disorder has affected their personal and professional lives and how to manage their addiction in the future.

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