What Is Addiction Treatment for Drugs and Alcohol?
Rehab is a type of addiction treatment program which doesn’t require participants to stay overnight in a treatment facility. This is the primary way it’s different from inpatient rehab. During outpatient rehab, patients follow an individualized treatment plan, but they return home after treatment ends.
There are varying levels of intensity in terms of Annapolis outpatient rehab programs. For example, some programs might be very intensive and require a significant time commitment each week, while others may only require a few hours each week.
When someone participates in outpatient rehab, it does allow them to remain at home, with their family, and they can continue going to school or work as usual and meeting commitments in their daily life. There is a lot of flexibility that’s part of outpatient rehab, and this can be something participants see as advantageous.
Some of the situations where a person might benefit from an outpatient rehab program in Maryland include:
- A clinician recommends an outpatient program following a full medical assessment
- You don’t require a medical detox or the high level of care of an inpatient program
- You have already completed a higher-level program such as inpatient rehab and you are transitioning into a less intensive program
- You have commitments in your daily life that prevent you from enrolling in inpatient care, but you do need treatment for an addiction to drugs or alcohol
Directions from Annapolis to Our Treatment Facility
Our treatment facility is located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. This location makes it easy to access from various cities and towns throughout Maryland and the Washington D.C. metro area.
To access our treatment center from Annapolis is less than an hours’ drive in most cases.
- From Annapolis to our outpatient treatment center is around 53 miles or less, depending on where in Annapolis you’re located
- The drive usually takes around 50 minutes, depending on traffic.
There is an option to reach our treatment center from Annapolis either via MD-200 E and MD-32 E. Another option, which can be slightly shorter is to take 1-495 E and US-50 E.
Contact Us for Outpatient Addiction Treatment
At the Freedom Center, we specialize in offering outpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment including an Intensive Outpatient Program. The goals of our outpatient programs are to help people through flexible, affordable treatment. It’s also important for us that we offer programs which provide for minimal disruption to participants’ daily lives but are effective in helping them stop using drugs or alcohol.
All treatment plans are tailored and individualized to the patient. We understand the important role of individualized treatment plans in terms of improving treatment outcomes. Our professional staff includes Master’s Level primary therapists, as well as other highly qualified addiction and mental health professionals.
Many Insurance Plans Accepted
Unfortunately, people who would benefit from addiction treatment in an outpatient setting often believe they can’t afford it. There are different payment options, however. Outpatient treatment is also a less expensive option than inpatient rehab.
At The Freedom Center, we accept many major insurance plans, and our staff can work with you to determine if your insurance covers rehab treatment, and can work out details with your provider.
Types of Outpatient Rehab
While all outpatient rehab programs share a similarity in that they don’t require participants to stay overnight, there are different specific types of programs. Many of these programs are offered in the afternoon or evening, to help accommodate participants’ schedules.
As far as outpatient rehab and addiction treatment, day treatment is the most intensive type of program. Day treatment is also called partial hospitalization. During these programs, there is limited flexibility and the time commitment is significant.
During day treatment, patients are expected to participate in sessions throughout the day, and these treatment sessions are often held anywhere from five to seven days a week. Sometimes half-day programs are available.
Day treatment will usually include a combination of treatment modalities, medication management, and treatment for co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
Intensive Outpatient Programs
One very common option people participate in is called an intensive outpatient program. During an intensive outpatient program, participants receive clinical treatment based on an individualized plan. The underlying causes of addiction such as trauma or mental health disorders can also be treated effectively during an IOP.
Patients participating in intensive outpatient programs will typically live at home during this time, but they might also live in a sober living facility.
Aftercare and Continuing Care
There are a variety of continuing care groups that people participate in, usually after they’ve completed more intensive addiction treatment. This is a way for people to continue to have a supportive environment, and also talk about the things they’re experiencing in their recovery.
For someone struggling with alcoholism, an outpatient rehab program can be a good fit, especially if their addiction is shorter-term or milder.
Even if someone doesn’t feel that they have a full-blown alcohol addiction, but they feel they are abusing it, an outpatient program can be a good option.
Some features of an alcohol outpatient program can include:
- A supportive, safe environment
- A combination of group therapy and individual therapy
- The option to participate as part of a transition from a higher level of care
Drug addiction and also overdose deaths have been issues that are growing in prevalence and severity in the U.S. Fortunately, help is available. Outpatient drug rehab at The Freedom Center might include:
- An integrative treatment model addressing not only drug use but also any mental health concerns
- Options to receive treatment at different times of day to fit the participant’s schedule
- Holistic treatment options
When you are considering outpatient rehab for an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it’s important to look for a center accredited by the Joint Commission. The Freedom Center offers both intensive outpatient care and standard outpatient levels of treatment.
Contact us for more information about our outpatient treatment programs if you’re in Annapolis or nearby. We can answer questions you may have and provide you with important information about Annapolis outpatient rehab.
Local Addiction Recovery Resources for Annapolis, MD
Anne Arundel Medical Center
- 2001 Medical Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA
- +1 443-481-1000
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/ZCQa7ZXBZ4GtDdsz7
Maryland Center For Psychiatry
- 2521 Riva Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA
- +1 410-841-5063
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/uyvnFyqjuP2Msrnj9
Annapolis Police Department
- 199 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA
- +1 410-268-9000
- Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/qFUXAwMuzH1W94a96