The Final Step: Outpatient Program (OP)
What Do I Do Now?
Following through to the final step in addiction treatment is important to ensure long-term sobriety. Similar to our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), our Outpatient Program (OP) encourages freedom to resume daily life while progressing through addiction treatment.
Peak Recovery offers Outpatient Treatment both with or without Community Housing. Should you decide to reside in community housing, you will share a sober home with other peers who participate in our treatment program. Peak Recovery offers transportation on a daily basis where clinical services are offered. Peak Recovery also works alongside an affiliated Sober Living Community should you choose this course of treatment. Typically while enrolled in our Outpatient Program, clients will attend 1 to 3 group sessions per week and meet with their primary therapist as often as once per week, based on individual needs. Therapy will address coping skills, relapse prevention skills, and addiction triggers. As with PHP and IOP, group therapy sessions are available 6 days per week to accommodate those who are employed or have other responsibilities. Outside of treatment, clients will be encouraged to maintain involvement with a 12-step fellowship and begin to develop and pursue independence.
Admitting you have a problem is the first step, the second step involves picking up the phone and calling a reputable addiction treatment center like Peak Recovery Services. Call us today at 561-877-8753 if you’d like more information about overcoming your addiction.