If you are familiar with addiction recovery, you may already know that the vast majority of programs are based around the 12 Steps. While there are no shortage of treatment centers that use the 12-Step program as part of their approach, we go beyond the normal 12-Step program and tailor-fit each treatment plan to fit your specific needs.
“In my twenty years of alcohol and drug use, this was by far the best experience I’ve ever had. People really do care, it’s not just a paycheck. Everyone contributed to the amazing experience. I realized my mental health was the #1 priority. My (substance) use was just the top of the iceberg. I learned to let go of so much more. I went through a divorce, lost my home and family while being here and nevertheless, I came out on top. Thank you to the (RCR) team.” – Santiago
How to Get Started with Outpatient Treatment at Ranch Creek Recovery
Choosing outpatient at Ranch Creek Recovery means getting help for those struggling with alcohol or drug abuse. If your addiction is mild or you do not need to commit to a residential or inpatient program, then selecting a less-intensive program may be the right choice.
If you or your a loved one is curious as to whether or not outpatient treatment is right for you, see below for the criteria for our program:
You are between the ages of 18-65 (we do not accept anyone under the age of 18)
You have just finished an inpatient or residential treatment program
You are looking to continue your recovery with an outpatient program
You are looking for a program that you can attend around your work schedule because you are unable to attend a residential rehab program
Your substance abuse is alcohol or drug related
You have a co-occurring disorder. Often times, substance abuse is paired with other mental illnesses (like depression or anxiety) that need to be treated alongside the addiction
7 Benefits of Choosing an Outpatient Rehab Program
If you are ready to get clean and live a healthier lifestyle, there are many benefits of coming in a few times a week for outpatient rehab:
Keep your job. We know many people cannot afford to give up their jobs to go through rehab for a few months. We offer flexible times to help you maintain your career during rehab and while in recovery.
Stay in touch with family. Responsibilities from kids to household chores are incredibly important to those who are in our program. Coming to outpatient rehab will allow you to manage everyday responsibilities and maintain the connection you have to your family, while learning how to live a healthier life.
Find new methods for managing stress. Addiction often causes confusion and tension within your personal and work life. In our outpatient rehab program, you’ll learn new problem-solving methods that’ll allow you to better manage stress and develop a new perspective of the world through our holistic approach.
Prevent relapse. One concern about addiction is the potential to relapse back into old habits. When you enroll in our outpatient drug rehab program, you will develop tactics to remain sober from harmful substances. You will have the support and resources to help you stay on track during the rehabilitation process.
Learn to avoid triggers and trauma. There are many triggers that may cause someone to fall into substance abuse. Our medical professionals can help you learn to avoid these triggers and cope with trauma.
Group support. Group therapy is a key part of our outpatient rehab program and allows you to meet new people and reassure you that you’re not alone. You’ll be able to talk to other people about your struggles and support each other on the path to recovery.
Get to the bottom of the problem. No one wants to waste time or money on a rehab program that doesn’t actually get to the root of your struggles with addiction. Our outpatient program is designed to help you identify the source of addiction and give you an action plan to manage and overcome it.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, Ranch Creek Recovery is here for you. We provide a non-12 step approach to conquering addiction while utilizing holistic treatment methods. Contact us today or call us at (877) 997-8931