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Outpatient Addiction Treatment

 

Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment in Orange County, CA is beneficial for those who are unable to fully take time out of their lives for our residential drug and alcohol treatment. People who are employed and cannot leave their jobs, as well as people with children, often opt for this type of treatment. In some cases, those in our outpatient alcohol and drug treatment have gone through our residential treatment program but like having the weekly support from staff and alumni that they trust and support.

 

Our Aim

Whether inpatient or outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, our aim throughout the treatment process is breaking the cycle of addiction and giving individuals the tools they need to remain sober long after they have completed our program. However, it is important to note that many cases cannot be handled on an outpatient basis—our medical staff evaluates each incoming patient and the course of treatment recommended will depend fully on his or her physical condition, prior substance use and other factors.

 

Therapy Sessions and Meetings

Hope by the Sea's alcohol and drug outpatient program is also cost-effective and includes daily or weekly individual and group therapy sessions, as well as the option to attend in-house meetings. Our outpatient addiction treatment program allows for more freedom, but at the same time requires that the person is accountable to the program. Our program focuses on relapse prevention and can be a continuation of more rigorous treatment programs. Our program seeks to equip patients to handle the daily challenges life presents with new perspective, awareness of inner strength, effective communication tools, and problem-solving skills. Patients learn to rely on and trust themselves, as well as tap valuable support systems around them when they need help.

 

Candidates for Outpatient Care

We recommend outpatient care for individuals who are lower-risk cases and do not have the tendency to relapse. Hope by the Sea offers lower-cost intensive day treatment as well as more relaxed outpatient treatment options. We customize our drug and alcohol treatment plans in order to serve the needs of each of our clients. Some candidates need both addiction treatment and medical assistance with other health issues. Our medical staff can provide a thorough course of treatment that takes each condition into account prior to admission in our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program.

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- T.S.

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