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Outpatient Drug Rehab in New Jersey

Statistics from 2021 show that 16.5% of the population ages 12+ had met the criteria for a substance use disorder in the past year. However, 94% of those who met the criteria for a substance use disorder did not receive treatment. It’s time to change the statistics. If you’re interested in an outpatient treatment program, you may wonder what to expect. This page will go over the levels of care offered at our outpatient drug rehab in New Jersey, the differences between outpatient and intensive outpatient programs, how a step-down approach supports effective addiction treatment, and reasons to choose Prevail Recovery Center for your addiction treatment needs.

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New Jersey Outpatient Drug Rehab Center

Prevail Recovery Center is a fully outpatient drug rehab in New Jersey, meaning that we do not offer inpatient care. Instead, we offer a comprehensive range of outpatient services and programs. Learning about each level of care can be valuable for those who are first looking into getting treatment for substance abuse. That way, you’ll learn about your options and understand what to expect. At Prevail Recovery Center, you will find the following levels of care. If you aren’t sure which is best for you at this time, our admissions team can help you decide.

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Levels of Care

ification

 

Getting off of drugs and alcohol can be uncomfortable and, in some cases, dangerous. ification or “detox” programs are designed to help clients get off of substances safely with the support of medical and mental health professionals. We offer outpatient detox services for those with less severe withdrawal symptoms. Usually, outpatient detox consists of monitoring, therapy, and medication management, if applicable. If you need inpatient detox, we can give you a referral to a treatment center with inpatient detox programs. 

 

Partial hospitalization 

 

Partial hospitalization is the most intensive kind of outpatient care and can be used to replace inpatient or residential treatment in some cases. While you will live off-site, partial hospitalization programs (PHP) require that you attend treatment all day, six days per week, and entail a comprehensive combination of groups, individual therapy, and other treatments, like family therapy programs and medication management. 

 

Intensive outpatient

 

Intensive outpatient is the next step below PHP. Although the treatment modalities and activities can be the same as those used in PHP, intensive outpatient programs (IOP) require a lower time commitment. 

 

Outpatient 

 

Outpatient care is one step below IOP. Our outpatient programs are designed to let those who were in PHP, IOP, or both continue receiving some services after their program ends.

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Outpatient vs. IOP 

After reading about the different levels of care offered at Prevail Recovery Center, you may wonder what the difference is between outpatient and intensive outpatient programs.

 

Intensive outpatient programs are a step above outpatient in intensity. IOP in New Jersey usually entails going to your treatment center multiple days every week (around 3-5 days per week for most) for a total of around 12-15 per week. In outpatient, however, a client could attend care as little as one day per week.

 

At our outpatient drug rehab in New Jersey, outpatient care may consist of continued groups, individual therapy, medication management, or another offering applicable to the unique individual. Every client we work with gets a unique care plan based on their needs, so treatment staff can help you decide which treatments are most helpful to include in your outpatient program.

 

Outpatient treatment is usually a step-down form of care. With a lower time commitment and amount of support, outpatient treatment bridges the gap that exists between getting care for 12-15 hours a week while in IOP or none at all. This continued support promotes a steady, long-term recovery.

Using a Step-Down Approach

What exactly does a step-down approach entail? It is pretty simple: A step-down approach refers to following a higher level of care, such as partial hospitalization or IOP, with a lower level of care. After completing IOP, for example, someone might move to outpatient. This is considered a “step down” because outpatient is less intensive. 

 

Continued outpatient will almost always be a recommendation for someone finishing a higher level of care. Outpatient lets you stay connected to the team, community, and services you established in treatment while you transition back into typical daily life. Due to the increased flexibility, outpatient clients are often able to pursue work, school, or other obligations.

 

As you transition into or back into those daily life activities, you will have the ability to connect with staff or your community when you come up against real-life challenges outside of treatment in outpatient. Your treatment team will listen, help you work through challenges, and talk about ways to stay on track in recovery.

 

If a client ever feels that they should move back up into a higher level of care while in outpatient, like IOP, note that this is also possible. There’s no shame in needing more help.

Reasons to Choose Prevail Recovery Center

For some of those in search of outpatient drug rehab in New Jersey, Prevail Recovery Center will be their first experience with addiction treatment. Others may have attended treatment of some kind before. Regardless, so many things set us apart from other leaders in addiction care. Here are some of the reasons clients choose us for their addiction treatment needs

 

Dual diagnosis care

 

The term “dual diagnosis” is used when a person meets the criteria for both a substance use disorder and at least one or more additional mental health conditions. Dual diagnosis care is a type of addiction treatment designed to address both substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. We offer dual diagnosis care in all of our programs, including our outpatient program. Dual diagnosis care matters because it aids long-term recovery and helps clients get their full spectrum of mental health needs met. We work with most mental health conditions, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

 

Sober living 

 

Sober living refers to designated drug and alcohol-free housing for those recovering from substance use disorders. In sober living facilities, you have the same sense of independence and autonomy as you would in an apartment with a standard rental agreement but with an added sense of community and accountability. Since we are an outpatient-only substance abuse treatment facility, many of our clients who do not live nearby choose to live in our sober living facilities while in PHP, IOP, or outpatient. With that said, you don’t need to be in a treatment program to apply for sober living and can continue to reside in sober living facilities after treatment.

 

Evidence-based treatments

 

Prevail Recovery Center uses a range of research-backed therapies, treatments, and supplementary activities to provide clients with the most beneficial and comprehensive substance abuse and mental health care possible. If you want to know whether we offer a specific therapeutic modality or treatment that isn’t listed on our website, please don’t hesitate to reach out for more information.

Get Outpatient Addiction Treatment in New Jersey

If you’re ready to find an outpatient drug rehab in New Jersey that’ll help you take charge of your life and get to where you want to be, contact Prevail Recovery Center today. Our staff members are available 24/7 and are here to help you schedule a tour, verify your health insurance, or answer any questions you have about treatment for free. To get in touch, give us a call or fill out the contact form on our website. If we miss your call, we will return it shortly.

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