Drug & Alcohol Rehab Center Provide the Help You Need
Outpatient addiction rehabilitation provides clients with a chance to tackle daily life while still getting help with their substance abuse habits. Patients are given sober living arrangements and are welcomed into the treatment center for therapy and other treatment programs.
The benefits of going to an outpatient program include:
- Freedom to take on daily life
- Making new and supportive friends
- Having a safe haven to learn and get help
- Price flexibility
Directions from Baltimore to Our Substance Abuse Program
The Freedom Center sits in the suburban area between Baltimore and Washington DC. This is great for those who commute to work outside of the city or who like to get out of their normal environment for treatment.
The Freedom Center is:
- 48 minutes from Baltimore
- 43.43 miles from Baltimore
*The travel time depends on when the patient leaves.
Moving to the Germantown area is another option. There are a variety of up and coming neighborhoods that are both affordable and close to natural attractions.
Substance Abuse Recovery Is Only a Phone Call Away
If you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, contact us today for more information on our treatment programs.
We provide 24/7 help in the form of therapy, medical supervision and addiction support. Call us at (888) 291-4362 or leave your phone number on our website and we can call you.
Your Stay Is Most Likely Covered by Your Insurance Provider
Cost often becomes an issue for many drug addicts and alcoholics who are seeking help. Addiction treatment has many aspects to it.
There are many private insurance plans we accept at the Freedom Center. Financial advisers and managers are determined to help make the cost as low as possible so that help is accessible to those who need it.
Types of Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Outpatient rehab is what a patient wants and needs it to be. There are different programs that allow patients to choose what works best for them to progress in becoming and staying clean and sober.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) requires patients to come into the treatment center daily. When that happens depends on the patient’s schedule. There are treatment programs in the morning and at night.
At the Freedom Center, IOP offers:
- Comprehensive Assessment
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Process Groups
- Psychiatric and Medical Support
- Family Therapy
- Exercise and Nutrition
- Legal Support
- Vocational and Life Skills
There are tons of options that patients can choose from, and that is how they will spend their daily visits.
Continuing Support with Aftercare
Aftercare is slightly more relaxed than an Intensive Outpatient Program. It provides weekly counseling to those who live their daily lives, but also want therapy along the way.
The program focuses on the needs of the client. There are different group meetings that one can attend to learn more about addiction and gain new coping skills.
Alcohol Rehab That Includes 12 Step Work
Because alcohol is a legal substance, it is important that past and recovering alcoholics continue to come to outpatient treatment. An IOP is a great way to make sure that alcoholics are in touch with their relapse prevention skills.
A large part of recovery from alcohol addiction is done by using the 12 steps. The 12 Step Program was founded by Bill Wilson, a recovered alcoholic, in 1935.
The 12 Steps are synonymous with the Alcoholics Anonymous program. In this program, alcoholics meet in intimate meetings and discuss their addiction. The steps are a way of setting small goals that each person can follow to achieve sobriety.
Drug Rehab Using the N.A. Format
Outpatient drug rehab follows a similar path. Patients join in on group discussions and different kinds of therapy weekly.
The IOP for narcotics also helps people cope with the loss of a very heavy physical dependence as well. Withdrawal symptoms can last for a long time past medical detox and it is helpful for patients to check in with medical supervision.
Narcotics Anonymous is a popular support group for past and recovering addicts. Like Alcoholics Anonymous, there are meetings where members can follow the 12 steps or goals that help one achieve a sense of freedom from their drug addiction.