Article provided by: Arizona Addiction Recovery Center
Arizona Addiction Recovery Center is the best provider of outpatient rehab in Arizona. We are dedicated to helping people break free from the bondage of addiction and begin to lead lives full of potential without the use of drugs and alcohol. We are a full-service addiction treatment facility located in Scottsdale, AZ.
Is Outpatient or Inpatient Better?
Many people are attracted to the idea of outpatient rehab - more so than inpatient rehab. Inpatient rehab requires a person to leave their lives on hold and check into a treatment facility usually for 30-90 days. Outpatient rehab, on the other hand, allows people to stay at home and travel to and from rehab appointments. It is imperative for you to get an assessment with our addiction treatment specialists before making your decision regarding inpatient or outpatient treatment. Upon evaluation, our specialists will make their recommendations to you according to their observations.
Inpatient Treatment is Needed for a Lot of People
For many people (especially those coming out of detox), inpatient treatment is required if the patient is going to have any shot at long-term recovery. Many people are court-ordered to inpatient residential treatment, and many others have a chronic addiction that only inpatient treatment can alleviate. If you are serious about getting better and living a life free of chemical dependency, then Arizona Addiction Recovery Center strongly advises that you take heed of your assessment recommendations.
Is Outpatient Treatment Right for You?
Some people stand to benefit significantly from outpatient treatment. For example, individuals who have completed inpatient addiction treatment can benefit considerably by having outpatient treatment as part of their aftercare/ongoing recovery program. Maintaining the routine of addiction therapy can be priceless regarding relapse prevention.
Other people who may benefit solely from outpatient treatment are people who have only recently started using drugs or alcohol and with whom the disease of addiction hasn't yet progressed to maturity. Also, people who can not feasibly put their lives on hold long enough to get treatment might benefit from outpatient treatment alone. Some individuals who are the sole providers of their families or have other circumstances that won't allow them to walk away from their responsibilities might do well in an outpatient program. However, things can usually be maneuvered to allow the person to enter inpatient treatment if the client is willing to make it happen.
What Kind of Outpatient is there?
At Arizona Addiction Recovery Center, we offer two kinds of outpatient treatment:
- Outpatient treatment
- Intensive outpatient (IOP) (AKA Partial Hospitalization)
Standard outpatient treatment might range from a half-hour to two hours per day, three days a week, and IOP/partial hospitalization might range from 3-5 hours per day 5-7 days per week. It all depends on the need of the client. If you interested in outpatient rehab in Arizona, contact Arizona Addiction Recovery Center today. Feel free to contact us for any further inquiries.Outpatient Rehab Arizona
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