Drug & Alcohol Rehabs Are Your Best Option to Fight Addiction
Outpatient addiction rehabilitation is a very effective treatment option for those who suffer from addiction and substance abuse issues. This type of program is usually used by patients who have already gone through both inpatient treatment and day/night treatment.
Outpatient addiction rehab is less structured compared to the other levels of care. Some advantages of outpatient treatment are that it:
- Allows for more free time
- Eases patient out of rehab and into daily life
- Provides addiction education
- Maintains supportive environment
A good candidate for an outpatient program is someone who is ready to take on daily life being clean and sober, but may not be ready to be without the support of a rehab center.
Directions from Central Gaithersburg to Our Recovery Center
Gaithersburg is home to The Freedom Center. The center of the city is:
- 1.5 miles away
- A 5-minute drive
Being this close to home offers a number of benefits. Patients from Gaithersburg are used to their surroundings and have nearby loved ones and friends to support their recovery process.
Call Us Now for Drug & Alcohol Recovery
If you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, please do not hesitate to call us and ask about our treatment programs.
Addiction specialists will be readily available to answer any questions you may have, or to tell you the options you have moving forward.
Find us at (888) 446-2616 or by visiting our website to view the programs we offer.
We Work With Most Major Insurance Companies
The Freedom Center is very understanding when it comes to handling the cost of outpatient treatment. We accept private insurance and work with each patient to navigate the cost of of their desired treatment options.
Types of Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities
There is a variety of ways that a patient can choose to go through outpatient treatment. All of them lead to becoming clean and sober.
Because there are many people who have jobs and families, outpatient therapy is more accommodating to the work-life balance.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Freedom Center IOP focuses on creating a sobriety friendly environment for patients. The center provides sober living homes for their patients – to foster a healthy community as each person goes through addiction treatment.
Each day, patients will come into the treatment center to learn about addiction and address their substance abuse problem. There are a variety of ways to do this. Treatment options offered by The Freedom Center IOP are:
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Process Groups
- Medical and Psychiatric Support
- Family Therapy
- Exercise and Nutrition
- Holistic Treatment
- Life Skills
- Legal Support and Case Management
- Peer Support
There are a plethora of supportive treatment methods in this IOP that make each patient’s experience both unique and effective.
Continuing/ After Care
After the completion of residential treatment and partial hospitalization, aftercare is offered to patients to continue with treatment. This programs consists of weekly counseling and the teaching of relapse prevention skills.
This kind of care usually consists of group meetings. These meetings are a way to check in with a recovering addict, to see how everything is going in their daily life, being a sober.
Alcohol Rehab & 12 Step Participation
Addiction specialists understand that alcohol is very accessible, as it is legal for those above the age of 21 to buy and drink alcohol. The Freedom Center emphasizes the need for continued treatment for recovering alcoholics, to make sure that substance abuse is not their go-to coping skill.
A large part of outpatient alcohol rehab is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). This is a support group that was founded in 1935 by recovering alcoholics who wanted to create a safe space that is goal oriented for recovering and past alcoholics.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings use the 12 Step Method to create small goals for each alcoholic to follow. Following the steps means breaking the cycle of addiction and hopefully pass on this new view to others.
Drug Rehab & Narcatic Anonymous
Going to rehab for drug addiction is challenging but extremely enlightening. Outpatient care is a great way for drug addicts to learn about how they can stop their substance abuse.
There is a program similar to Alcoholics Anonymous called Narcotics Anonymous (NA). It was founded in 1953 by recovered drug addicts who became inspired by the success of AA.
NA uses the same ideals of the 12 Step Program to focus addicts on being goal oriented. This care continues as an addict recovers, and the hope is that meetings become a safe space for anyone, even if their treatment is over.