Not everyone can take time away from their jobs, school, or families to commit to a residential rehab program. The truth is that not everyone struggling with addiction needs that level of care. In our short-term outpatient rehab program at New Bridge Foundation®, you will get the same standard of care that you would receive in our more intensive program residential program. However, you will receive treatment while you are living at home, working, and going through the routines of your everyday life as you normally would.
Residential programs are useful for many people, and in some instances, they are necessary, especially when a client needs detoxification. A short-term outpatient rehab program is a suitable solution for those, who for whatever reason, can’t make the commitment. It is also ideal for clients who have already spent time in a residential treatment program and who now need help continuing their recovery and reintegrating back into their daily routines.
At New Bridge Foundation®, our short-term outpatient rehab programs are currently being offered via Telehealth. This program offers much of the same resources and support as our residential programs but allows clients to continue working or going to school while living at home. The Intensive Outpatient Program (“IOP”) takes place four days a week, with morning, afternoon, and evening programs available. The Day Treatment Program is offered five days a week for six hours each day. If this sounds like the kind of treatment that would benefit you, it is worth exploring the short-term outpatient rehab programs at New Bridge Foundation® by calling 866.772.8491.
Benefits of Outpatient Rehab
For some individuals, short or long-term residential treatment is not an ideal option. For these people, there are many advantages to a short-term, Telehealth, outpatient rehab program. These include:
- Enrolling in a short-term, telehealth, outpatient rehab allows clients to attend work or go to school as well as time to devote to family and friends.
- Because clients will not be residing at the facility our short-term, telehealth, our outpatient rehab programs give individuals the opportunity to establish a more extensive sober, support network outside of the center, where it matters the most.
- Outpatient, telehealth, programs provide clients more time to work on some of the critical, personal aspects of recovery. This includes establishing healthy habits related to self-care such as exercise and eating well. It also includes being able to take the coping mechanisms discussed in treatment and putting them into practice.
- A short-term, Telehealth outpatient program enables clients to maintain their privacy as well as a variety of different scheduling options.
- A Short-term, telehealth, outpatient program gives clients access to high quality treatment when there is limited access to in-person treatment. This can be particularly helpful to individuals who do not live in urban setting.
Short-term, telehealth, outpatient rehab isn’t the right choice for everyone. No single approach is. However, when a client has already been through a residential treatment program or needs help with an addiction problem but can’t commit to a full-time program, the telehealth, outpatient rehab program at New Bridge Foundation® is worth exploring.
Candidates for Short-Term Outpatient Rehab
Our Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Programs offers a client-centered approach to addiction treatment. These comprehensive programs are individualized to one’s particular needs.
Individuals may enroll directly into our Day Treatment or IOP or they may enter the program after residential treatment to continue the work they have begun.
The ideal candidate for our short-term outpatient rehab must be able to remain abstinent while living at home.
As part of our Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Programs at New Bridge Foundation®, individuals have access to a variety of effective, evidence-based treatment methods. Services include but are not limited to: