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At Liberty Wellness in Berlin, NJ, we recognize that addiction is a disease that creates a life that is no longer manageable. Our top-tier counseling staff looks beyond the substance, addressing the addiction along with underlying issues. We pride ourselves on helping each and every individual develop healthy coping skills that promote success with reintegration back into the community. Our Outpatient Program (OP) offered at our Berlin, NJ rehab facility allows our patients to receive personalized, intensive therapy and rehabilitation while living at home and readjusting to their normal life.

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What Is An Outpatient Program?

An Outpatient Program (OP) is a kind of treatment service and support program used to address addictions, depression, eating disorders, or other dependencies that do not require detoxification. With an OP program, you won’t live at an addiction treatment facility. You are able to live at home and continue your regular day-to-day obligations such as work, school, or taking care of your family.

Outpatient is a program for any client that has completed the Intensive Outpatient Program. OP continues to provide support and structure to the client and their loved ones while acclimating to the community.

Outpatient Rehab Programs Include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Counseling
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Community Integration Support
  • Psychological Evaluations
  • Medical Evaluation
  • Meditation
  • Grief and Loss
  • Life Skills
  • Codependency
  • Nutrition and Dietary Education
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Anger Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Employment Skills

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What’s the Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Programs?

While both of these programs equally focus on rehabilitation, each type has different attributes to offer. Inpatient programs (also known as residential programs) require the individual to live at the treatment facility itself or in housing on campus grounds. Generally, these programs are for people with severe addictions, have co-occurring mental disorders, or have previously failed attempts in other treatment programs. Inpatient treatment programs feature 24/7 monitoring by staff and feature individualized treatment programs that include medical detox, individual, group, and family therapy, 12-step group support, life, and coping skills training, holistic therapies, and other programs. In general, these programs last 30 days, but many facilities offer 60-day, 90-day, and longer-term programs depending on the severity of a client’s addiction.

Outpatient programs feature the same individualized treatment programs offered at an inpatient facility, but these programs let the individual still live at home. Outpatient programs allow more flexibility and allow the client to resume their daily work, school, and family obligations. People in outpatient can attend programming during the day or nighttime hours, depending on their schedule. Unlike inpatient treatment, many outpatient programs do not require medical detox. Outpatient treatment programs can last on average 1-3 months, but program length can be increased depending on an individual’s needs.

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Is Outpatient Rehab Right for Me?

Before you decide on a treatment program, you must find a level of care that best fits your unique and specific needs. Outpatient rehab would be right for you if you are unable to commit to an inpatient program because of work, family, or school obligations. Outpatient is also a great treatment option if you do not require around-the-clock care and don’t require medical detoxification services. Also, outpatient is right for you if you are in the early stages of your addiction.

Additionally, outpatient rehab is right for you if you have a strong support system at home and amongst friends. Outpatient rehab programs are also less expensive compared to inpatient programs, and many insurance plans will have greater coverage for outpatient programs. While outpatient drug treatment may be a good option for you, you will have to undergo a comprehensive evaluation by treatment staff before you enter treatment. This evaluation will best determine the appropriate level of care that will give you the best chance at achieving long-term recovery. 

 Outpatient might be the right solution for you if:

  • You are in the early stages of addiction and less at risk for relapse if you go back home.
  • You have work or family obligations that prohibit you from staying at an inpatient facility.
  • You are looking for a less expensive treatment option.
  • You need additional support to avoid or recover from relapse.
  • You do not need 24/7 supervision, medical or clinical help.
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Types of Outpatient Rehab Programs

There are different types of outpatient rehab programs based on the type of substance abuse or the individual’s severity of addiction and how they’re recovering. There are generally three different categories for outpatient rehab, including:

Day Programs: Day programs consist of meeting 5-7 days per week at an outpatient facility for multiple hours a day. During their meetings, clients will participate in ongoing therapy, group counseling, meditation, etc. Clients are able to return home after each session.

Intensive Outpatient Program: Intensive outpatient programs establish a treatment plan with measurable milestones put in place to see if the client is making progress. Once these milestones are met, the time commitment required per week will decrease. An IOP is ideal for people who are serious about abstaining from drugs or alcohol but still need the flexibility to work and obtain normal daily responsibilities.

Continuing Care: Continuing care groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous are ongoing support resources to help the individual remain committed to their sobriety. These groups are usually run by a licensed therapist and meet weekly.

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Questions to Ask When Choosing an Outpatient Program

The National Institute on Drug Abuse offers some tips for choosing an OP program that is right for your needs. Here are some questions to ask when deciding on treatment:

  • Is the treatment easily accessible? Do they offer transportation services?
  • Does the program specialize in co-occurring disorders?
  • Does the OP program provide personalized care tailored to the patient?
  • Does the program include medical treatment?
  • Does the program offer social support, including group therapy, family therapy, and intervention services?
  • Is the treatment ongoing? Will the program last long enough to ensure the best chance of addiction recovery?
  • Does the OP program accept my insurance?

Our New Jersey Outpatient Rehab Center Can Help You

At Liberty Wellness in Berlin, NJ, we deliver compassionate and effective addiction services. We have dedicated addiction professionals that assess each individual to ensure they get the right treatment for them. Are you ready to get help for your addiction?

Liberty Wellness provides comprehensive addiction treatment programs in New Jersey. We have dedicated addiction professionals that assess each individual to ensure they get the right treatment for them. Are you ready to get help for your addiction? At Liberty Wellness, we have a comprehensive outpatient and intensive outpatient program in New Jersey. Get in touch with Liberty Wellness to schedule a confidential, personal tour and consultation. Take the first important step towards recovery now.

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