Contact our admission specialists to find out if our South Florida outpatient treatment program is the right one for you.
What’s Outpatient Treatment (OP)?
Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program is appropriate for individuals who have completed more intensive treatment programs, such as inpatient rehab. At this level of care, patients live independently or in sober living residences and attend weekly individual therapy. The clinical focus is on key elements to sustain long-term recovery, which includes life skills development and relapse prevention.
Our Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Programs
Additionally, individuals can attend weekly group therapy sessions based on their individual needs. Outpatient drug rehab serves as a continuing care option for individuals ready to transition from an addiction treatment setting into a fully independent life.
After completing our partial hospitalization treatment and intensive outpatient program, patients have support as they transition towards more freedom in their recovery through our outpatient treatment program. Patients developed vocational skills at this stage in their treatment and are working, pursuing education, or beginning to achieve their long-term goals.
Individuals secure housing either in a reputable sober living residence or independently, depending on their needs and progress. The family participates in the transition process to allow for a smooth transition with the utmost transparency.
Individuals continue to have full access to medical staff, case management assistance, and our auxiliary services during treatment.
Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Treatment Program
One of the critical elements of effective, comprehensive addiction treatment is the “continuum of care.” Referring to the philosophy that recovery is a process and that addiction treatment should be available at an appropriate level throughout the early stages of that process. Rather than having patients have the stress and challenges of full independence immediately after inpatient rehab or intensive outpatient treatment, we believe that patients have the best chance of success when they have ongoing support. The idea is backed and supported by evidence that the length of time in treatment is directly related to long-term success in sobriety.
Many have already created a healthy routine, including work, self-care, and leisure. Thus, the outpatient program at Lighthouse Recovery Institute offers significant freedom for patients to pursue their responsibilities. At the same time, we ensure that patients have a safe place to discuss any developing issues that may arise during their lives and ongoing therapy to help implement relapse prevention, improve relationships, and attain greater functioning and quality of life.
Outpatient treatment services are available to those who have completed addiction treatment either with us or detox and inpatient drug rehab with one of the facilities we work alongside. Services are available for as long as there is a benefit to be gained. We encourage our alumni to attend groups whenever they need additional support from staff and the community.
Does Insurance Cover Outpatient Treatment?
Insurance plans will cover some of the costs of our outpatient treatment program. If you or a loved one is considering entering treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, and looking to obtain detailed information about the insurance plans accepted, our trained staff can provide a free assessment for you. For more information regarding insurance coverage for drug outpatient treatment or alcohol outpatient treatment, contact us today.
Set Up a Consultation
If you are still unclear about which addiction program, level of care, or service is best for you or your loved one, we encourage you to call and speak to our licensed and professional staff anytime. We are here to support you and your family during your time of need. We strive to help you make the right decision for yourself or your loved one. Call and speak to a member of our staff directly. This is 100% confidential.
We are here to support you during your time of need and help you make the best decision for yourself or your loved one.