Opioid Outpatient Treatment
Receive treatments and continue to live at home.
Treatment for opioid use disorder consists of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) with methadone and regular counseling services.
Outpatient treatment allows direct services for people with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental and substance use disorders who do not require medical detoxification or 24-hour supervision.
Care frequency depends on the program, with some requiring daily attendance and others meeting one to three times per week. Outpatient care usually lasts from about two months to one year.
Individualized Recovery Plans
Treatment for opioid use disorder consists of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) with methadone and regular counseling services. Intensive Outpatient direct services for people with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental and substance use disorders who do not require medical detoxification or 24-hour supervision.
Why Choose Sunrise Intensive Outpatient Treatment?
We accommodate diverse schedules, patient goals, and family needs. We have flexible, morning, and afternoon hours. These hours allow us to meet the needs of our patients regardless of their work schedule, family commitments, and continuing educational goals.
Both of our locations are conveniently located within minutes of either major highways and accessible via public transportation . The Intensive Outpatient treatment centers are located in private office settings, not in hospitals. Sunrise Treatment is locally owned and operated. Dr Earnest Vasti, who has personally helped thousands successfully recover from this disease over the last 30 years. Call us today to find out more about how we can help you start recovery and get your life back.
Outpatient Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Outpatient Program (OP) is designed to offer flexibility for those who are concerned about balancing their recovery with work or school commitments. IOP groups are offered daily. Morning, afternoon, and evening times are available.. The goal of the group is to help each member learn to manage their behaviors, emotions, and cognitions in a way that effectively prevents relapse from occurring.
Addiction is often an isolating experience, which is why Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) groups play such a vital role in the healing process. By sharing your struggles with others who are also taking steps towards a clean and sober life, you’ll learn that you’re not alone. This peer support will give you the confidence you need to tackle the challenge of building a better future for yourself.
The outpatient program offers:
- Modern, evidence-based treatments
- Individual and group addiction counseling
- Nutritional training and awareness
- Treatment planning, case management, and relapse-prevention planning
Successful completion of the program results in an individual who:
- Is sober
- Understands how and why his or her life got out of control and what role substance abuse played
- Begins living a happy and fulfilling life without depending on mind-altering and mood-altering substances
Co-occurring mental health and substance use treatment
We offer expert therapeutic services that address opioid abuse and mental illness.
Having both a substance use and mental health disorder is called a co-occurring disorder. About half of all patients will be dealing with both substance and mental health. Addressing both early on is critical for success in recovery, and an integrated treatment programs can help. Integrated care brings together different areas of expertise to treat the whole person, and ensure that treatment for one factor doesn’t interfere with treatment of others.