Outpatient Treatment

Our outpatient program will help you or your loved one continue their journey toward recovery and sobriety.

For successful residential clients and those seeking a more flexible treatment option, Addiction Recovery Care provides an outpatient treatment program.

For outpatient clients, we provide clinical treatment that includes either group or individual counseling at one of our conveniently located outpatient centers or via outpatient telecare.

Clients recommended for Addiction Recovery Care outpatient treatment programs do not need medically supervised detoxification or stabilization, have stable mental and physical health, have had few if any prior treatment experiences, and have a stable, supportive home and work environment. If you or a loved one is in need immediate assistance or is having a relapse crisis, call us immediately at (888) 677-0215.

Our Treatment Programs

  • Individual therapy: meet with a licensed or certified professional who has been trained and educated on Substance Use Disorders as well as many Mental Health Disorders. During Individual Therapy, clients can expect to set realistic goals, learn coping skills, process trauma, and develop an effective Relapse Prevention Plan among other options!

  • Group therapy: meet with SUD Professionals (Counselors and Peer Support Specialists) as well as other clients for support, education, and activities to further progress in recovery. Topics include a variety of subjects including anger management, parenting skills, coping skills, education on alcohol and other drugs, benefits of a 12 step program, and mental health related problems.
  • 12-step program meetings and Celebrate Recovery: Each facility hosts a variety of 12 step program meetings including Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and Lifeline. 12-step programs offer a support system for those struggling with a Substance Use Disorder or a family member who is struggling with a Substance Use Disorder. This support tends to focus on working actionable steps to apply to the day-to-day routine of clients.
  • Peer Support: Nothing compares to having someone who has been in your shoes, walked through the mess of addiction then has been successful at restoring life through recovery. With Peer Support Services, clients are given the opportunity to meet with someone who has real-life experience with making long-term changes to their lives through recovery. Clients can participate in Peer Support groups, individual sessions, and Relapse Prevention Planning sessions.
  • Targeted Case Management (TCM): Targeted Case Management aims in assisting individuals in gaining access to medical, educational, social, legal, and other services. Targeted Case Management services are in place to remove any barriers to treatment. TCM services are essential in helping clients to access services to meet goals that are outlined in the client-centered care plans. These things could be linking clients to community resources that provide assistance with food, housing, or clothing needs. TCM could also link clients to community resources that provide assistance with transportation needs, employment needs, and aftercare planning. TCM’s may as addiction takes advantage of the addict’s brain and body the family becomes “ naturally “ involved in trying to help. As the addict becomes less able to be responsible for themselves and their families, the addict’s family feels responsible to assist. Before long the disease of addiction has made the addict incapable of meeting their basic needs of food, shelter, money, healthcare, childcare, transportation, and other areas that just months before they still had some capability to handle.
  • Family component: Recovery becomes just as necessary for the family as it is for the addict. It is important for family members to realize that they most often need help for themselves to be able to stop the behaviors of rescuing and enabling. They also need help and support as they recover emotionally and spiritually from the devastating effects of the disease. The ideal situation is where the family can altogether begin and maintain recovery. Even though there are sometimes different paths for the individual members of the family it is a worthwhile effort to start as soon as possible and begin the conversation in the family of what getting better actually means. ARC is committed to being a part of the solution for families who are struggling with addiction. We are increasing our awareness on a company-wide basis of how families are affected and what role we may play in helping them to recover. From the initial phone call information about treatment, to the final service that we will deliver to your loved one, we want to be as helpful to the family as we are to the addict. Family services like Intervention, Family Programs, Family Counseling, and guidance to the families during the addict’s treatment will become a part of our array of services that you can expect from us. Recovering together as a family couldn’t be any more timely than it is today!
  • Addiction Medication: Outpatient clients will have a comprehensive evaluation performed by an MD, DO, APRN or PA to determine if and what medications would be appropriate during the recovery journey. All care is individualized and ARC offers a variety of medications that can be explored in conjunction with the counseling component of their treatment plan.