The ARC team is in the process of building a strong outpatient program that can be anywhere from 6 – 9 months, so our clients needing longer-term support can be accommodated
Please reach out to us so we can discuss your needs, as well as your insurance and investment options.
How does outpatient rehab work?
When entering a rehab program for drug or alcohol treatment, a person has a choice between an inpatient and outpatient rehab program. When addiction is severe and medically assisted detox is needed, inpatient treatment is always in a person’s best interest. But when addiction is not so severe or in other situations, outpatient treatment at Anchored Recovery Community is a convenient and flexible way to get help with the fight against drug and alcohol addiction.
Successful addiction treatment will help the individual stop using drugs or drinking alcohol, maintain a drug-free lifestyle, and achieve a happy, healthy, meaningful life in recovery. Because addiction is a disease, most people are not able to simply stop using drugs for a few days and be cured. That’s not how addiction works. It will let you think you can stop when you want—but it will always pull you back in. People typically require long-term or repeated care to achieve the goal of continued abstinence and recovery in their lives.
Some of the therapeutic experiences that we offer are:
- One-on-one weekly counseling sessions
- Process oriented group therapy
- Recovery education
- Motivational Interviewing
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Family counseling
- Adventure and Surf Therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Comprehensive aftercare planning
- Access to a continuum of care
- Team building
- Emotional regulation skills
- Nutrition education
- Goal setting
- Strengths building
- Step down from Inpatient Treatment