Prevail Recovery Center is a fully outpatient addiction treatment center with multiple levels of care. Clients may favor outpatient treatment for various reasons. For example, outpatient rehab is often less expensive than inpatient care. Similarly, leaving your treatment center after your groups, individual counseling sessions, and other treatments are over for the day gives people a sense of freedom and comfort they don’t get in inpatient programs. We offer the following options, with LGBTQ+ programs at every level. If you need assistance determining which one is right for you, our admissions team can help.
Partial hospitalization is a very intensive form of outpatient care. Also called PHP, our partial hospitalization programs require that you attend care six days per week for most of the day. This is so you can get optimal supervision and support while in treatment. In PHP and all other levels of care at our LGBTQ+ drug and alcohol rehab center, you will get a personalized treatment plan. Treatment may consist of many different therapies and treatments. These may include but are not limited to the 12-step approach, individual, group, and family therapy, art therapy, holistic treatments (e.g., reiki, guided meditations, or sound therapy), nutrition assistance, and recreation activities.
Intensive outpatient programs are one step below PHP in intensity. Also called IOP, our intensive outpatient programs offer more flexibility and require a lower time commitment than PHP. As a result, IOP clients can fulfill life responsibilities such as work, school, or caring for their families while getting high-quality addiction treatment. IOP and outpatient clients have access to the same treatments as PHP clients, but you need to commute to your treatment center less frequently throughout the week and will not be in treatment as many hours per day.
Outpatient care is the next step below IOP. It is ideal for those who are maintaining sobriety or have mild symptoms. Our outpatient program can consist of continued participation in groups, individual therapy, regular check-ins with your case manager, and support throughout alumni programs or other practices. Like all of our other levels of care, your individualized treatment plan will detail what outpatient looks like for you.