Outpatient (OP) treatment is very often the default option for patients who are new to the addiction treatment process. It allows patients access to targeted and individualized care from quality doctors and mental health professionals while, at the same time, giving them the flexibility to maintain their careers and their relationships with their families. It’s important to realize, however, that not all OP programs are created equal. RU Encore has condensed the full resources of our traditional residential, music-based treatment program into a convenient and flexible outpatient option. We look forward to helping you or your loved one recover from addiction.
Is OP Treatment Right for Me?
Outpatient treatment is a viable care option for many different types of patients. It’s important to realize, however, that it is not for everyone. Those who would benefit most from outpatient care include, but are not limited to: those entering treatment for the first time; those who are on the cusp of addiction from prolonged and untreated substance abuse; those with stable family lives and relationships on which they can rely outside of the treatment paradigm; those whose insurance may not cover treatment at a 30-day residential facility; etc. The most important thing is to get help now. Talk to your loved ones and treatment provider to determine if OP treatment is right for you.
The OP treatment program at RU Encore blends group therapy, individualized counseling, music-based treatment therapies and much more. To find out more about our program, call us today at (844) 25-MUSIC. We very much look forward to helping you overcome addiction.
OP Treatment at RU Encore
RU Encore has designed its OP treatment program to address both the clinical and lifestyle needs of our patients. We recognize not everyone can take a month out of their lives to enter an inpatient treatment program, nor does everyone have to. Our OP treatment program can last from two weeks to five months, depending upon patients’ progress and ongoing care needs. Patients attend between one to six hours of group therapy per week and a one-hour individual therapy session. Patients may have the opportunity to attend continued outpatient individual sessions with Recovery Unplugged staff upon program completion. Depending on patients’ achieved progress in care, engagement in programming and motivation to remain clean, they may be eligible to continue receiving individual therapy at the recommendation of their assigned therapist at Recovery Unplugged.