MULTIPLE OPTIONS, EXPERT CARE
An outpatient program (OP) for addiction treatment provides flexibility and support after a person struggling with addiction has taken the first steps toward recovery. With no commitment to staying in a rehab center, people in an outpatient program attend support groups and individual counseling sessions while living at home, working, going to school, and otherwise living their everyday lives.
At BlueCrest Recovery, our outpatient program is just one of the evidence-based, holistically inspired addiction treatment programs. While it is the least intensive program we offer, it still provides the support and structure many people need to get and stay sober. Plus, we involve family units to improve home lives and facilitate alumni groups so our clients can stay sober long after graduating. Get started today by calling 888.292.9652 or contacting us online today.
How Does the BlueCrest Recovery Outpatient Program Work?
Clients in our outpatient program meet one to two times per week in the day or evening. Outpatient treatment provides ongoing clinical support as clients adjust to independent living. To be eligible for our OP, clients must demonstrate that they have established support from family or friends, attend 12-step meetings regularly, and are engaged with a sobriety sponsor. Some clients in our OP may have completed multiple levels of treatment at other facilities and attend outpatient at BlueCrest Recovery as added support.
The limited number of treatment hours in an outpatient program is less restrictive but continues to provide structure as clients step-down from an intensive outpatient program or transition home from a sober living environment. Clients in our outpatient program continue to have regular contact with a counselor, are provided with monthly individual therapy, and have access to our psychiatric staff for assessment and medication management.
The Benefits of Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient addiction treatment is the final level of care offered through our recovery center, making it an important step for those recovering from addiction, both in accomplishment and responsibility. Outpatient care has many benefits, including:
- Flexible scheduling
- Ability to maintain work and personal life
- Access to psychiatric care
- Access to medication management care
- Individualized care
- Steady, outlined path to long-term recovery
What Happens After Outpatient Rehab?
BlueCrest Recovery carefully assesses each client individually when they are admitted to treatment, transitioning, or discharged from outpatient treatment. At this point in their recovery, clients are expected to have put extensive work into their long-term sobriety. This includes:
- Involvement in a 12-step program
- Stabilization of medical and mental health problems
- Ability to cope with stress and relapse triggers
- Motivation to continue making positive changes
Outpatient is the last level of care before completing all treatment services. Clients who transition to OP and complete our program undergo a rebuilding and transformation of their minds, bodies, and spirits throughout the course of their treatment. Clients completing the OP at BlueCrest Recovery, almost without exception, are drastically different from the day they first entered treatment in physical appearance, demeanor, health, attitude, and outlook.
Trusted Outpatient Addiction Treatment in New Jersey
Don’t wait to reclaim your future. The outpatient program at BlueCrest Recovery provides education and support that can help you break your dependence on drugs and alcohol while learning to manage any mental health symptoms and craving triggers. With evidence-based, holistic, and medication-assisted treatment options tailored to your needs, you can set forth in the right direction.
Our team of licensed clinicians and on-site medical staff will help ensure you have the most impactful recovery experience you can, built to fit your particular needs. If you or someone you know is ready for outpatient rehab in NJ, don’t hesitate to contact our team online or by phone today.