Outpatient Drug Treatment Orlando
Residential addiction treatment is not for everyone. For this reason, House of Freedom Drug Rehab Center Florida also offers outpatient services for those individuals that meet criteria. Choosing to get help for a drug/alcohol addiction is a personal and often difficult decision. We at House of Freedom understand this. Our experienced and professional staff will make it our priority to make you feel as comfortable as possible during the entire process. Given that we have over 30 years of experience helping individuals and their families, we have been able to design a process that helps individuals feel comfortable while receiving drug treatment with us.
Clients recommended for House of Freedom’s outpatient addiction treatment programs do not require medically supervised detoxification or stabilization, have stable mental and physical health, have had few if any prior treatment experiences, and have a stable, supportive home and work environment.
Regular Outpatient Drug Treatment
Regular outpatient drug treatment in Orlando, can range anywhere from 4 to 8 months always depending on the client’s individual treatment plan and progress. Services in treatment plan include but are not limited to weekly individual and/or group therapies, family sessions, urinalysis, and self-help groups.
For many individuals this is the first type of addiction treatment utilized in order to overcome and addiction or mental health issue. It is often utilized as a way to experiment drug rehab treatment and determine if it’s appropriate for the individual seeking help. If the individual seeking treatment does not meet criteria for the regular outpatient treatment program, he/she may be referred to a more intensive treatment like intensive outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, or residential treatment. Learn more.
Intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment
The intensive outpatient addiction treatment program Orlando is a 16-week program that follows the model proposed by the Matrix Institute of Addictions. It involves more time commitment on the individual’s part by designing a weekly schedule that provides individual and group sessions at a greater frequency than the regular outpatient program. This usually translates into 12-15 hours per week of counseling in group and private sessions. Intensive outpatient treatment (also known as IOP for “Intensive Outpatient Program”) is a primary treatment program recommended in some circumstances by a clinical and medical assessment. Intensive outpatient treatment may be recommended for those who do not need medically supervised detox.
For many individuals this is the second type of treatment utilized in order to overcome and addiction or mental health issue. It is usually used if either regular outpatient treatment was infective or as a transition from residential drug rehab.
The intensive outpatient drug treatment program gives clients the opportunity to continue living at home and work in the community while attending treatment. Clients are able to begin implementing the recovery skills developed throughout the intensive outpatient addiction treatment program and have the opportunity to process their experience in a safe and supportive group environment. By doing this, they begin to establish a solid framework for life-long sobriety.
As part of this intensive outpatient treatment program individuals receive an array of therapeutic services including assessments, education, process therapy, 12 step recovery and peer support. Throughout this program, participants will receive psychological, social, and alcohol/drug assessments, an individualized treatment plan, and continuing care recommendations. Learn more.