What is Outpatient (OP) Addiction Treatment?
Outpatient (OP) addiction treatment is a method of alcohol or drug rehabilitation in which clients visit an addiction treatment center, hospital, clinic, or therapist on an appointment basis (much the same as regular doctor). These programs usually include individual and group therapy, and are most suitable for individuals who have stepped down from partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient.
The biggest distinction between outpatient and inpatient programs is the living arrangements during treatment. While inpatient programs offer 24-hour supervision and demands residence at a treatment property, outpatient programs allow you to live at home while receiving treatment. As a result, clients in outpatient face minimal interruption to work or school while still being able to join a peer-oriented addiction program. At Simple Path Recovery, we offer OP services during the course of the week that accommodate client schedules.
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