Clients in the Outpatient Drug Treatment program are assigned an individual counselor, who will create an individualized rehabilitation plan. The program aims to achieve rehabilitation from excessive drug abuse or alcoholism through one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and relapse prevention training. Participants in the outpatient treatment program meet for 3 sessions per week, for a total of 6 weeks.
Recovery First may also recommend extended care options for those needing engagement and interaction with a program for longer periods of time. We are happy to work with Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and the court system. We make every effort to advocate for our clients, especially when they are receiving substance abuse treatment in an effort to recover from drug addiction or alcoholism.
Since the outpatient drug treatment provides a less-restricted level of supervision than our other programs, it is frequently offered to those who have completed our Day/Night Program or Inpatient Drug Treatment as a way of gradually transitioning out of substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation. It is also offered to people in situations which prevent them from entering our residential substance abuse program.
When necessary, we will arrange housing in a clean and sober living environment for those attending our Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program. Recovery First understands the difficulties associated with substance abuse, whether such abuse pertains to drug addiction or alcoholism. As a result, we take extra care in ensuring the swift recovery and effective rehabilitation of our clients.
Recovery First is accredited by The Joint Commission () and licensed by the Department of Children and Families Services (DCF), which means that you can be absolutely certain that you or your loved one will get the best possible care and have the best possible chance at living a positive, productive life free of drug addiction, alcoholism, and other substance abuse issues.