Treating mental health disorders requires various types of treatment programs to address the wide-ranging symptoms of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other types of mental health disorders. After inpatient treatment is complete, individuals can continue therapy through outpatient treatment while adjusting to their new sober lives. Enrolling in inpatient drug rehab is essential for those whose addiction symptoms are causing significant problems to their health and work, and personal lives.
At Crestview Recovery, we help men and women 18 and over who are ready to make a positive change and stop abusing cocaine, heroin, alcohol, or other narcotics. We teach our clients about the dangers of addiction and what it will take to recover successfully from this treatable illness. Clients will participate in a variety of behavioral and holistic therapies while receiving medication to minimize those symptoms that interfere with the recovery process. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, call 866.262.0531 or fill out our online form today for more information about our inpatient drug rehab program.
What To Do After Residential Treatment
According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, between 40–60% of individuals will relapse after inpatient rehab. Addiction is a lifetime illness where cravings and temptations can appear years after inpatient treatment. The smartest decision to make is to continue therapy for as long as necessary through outpatient treatment programs.
Once you complete residential treatment, therapists will discuss the next course of action for your recovery. Those with a severe addiction will need to continue therapy as they slowly integrate back into their daily lives. Outpatient therapy allows for a slow transition to avoid relapse and the potential for overdose with sober living homes and continued medical and behavioral therapy.
At Crestview Recovery, we offer a full complement of addiction treatment programs after inpatient rehab. Our outpatient and alums programs give clients the opportunity to continue therapy for as long as necessary.
What to Expect After Inpatient Treatment
Those who successfully complete an inpatient treatment program will have the opportunity to continue therapy through outpatient treatment. Treating addiction is a multi-pronged approach with no simple cure. It requires getting to know each person’s unique background and personal history. This is necessary to treat their symptoms and build healthy coping skills to reduce any troubling behaviors.
When you enroll in an addiction treatment program, here is what you can expect after inpatient treatment:
This program is designed to assist clients with transitioning out of residential treatment to a sober living environment. They continue with behavioral and holistic therapies as they get used to living outside a treatment center and using their coping skills. Therapists will also work with any parents or spouses to create a stable and sober home for the next stage of recovery.
As clients build their confidence in maintaining their sobriety, the need for therapy will slowly decline as they return to their work and personal lives. This program continues therapy and medical support through onsite and virtual therapy sessions for several hours a week for as long as necessary.
After graduating from outpatient therapy, clients will have access to continual therapy and support programs through alumni support and aftercare therapy. Clients can return to therapy to fine-tune coping skills or simply talk with a therapist at any time to cope with any troubling situations or upcoming holiday parties that will test their sobriety.
Choose Crestview Recovery for Our Inpatient Drug Rehab Program
At Crestview Recovery, we work with individuals who are struggling with addiction to alcohol, heroin, meth, or other lethal substances. We are a fully accredited treatment center that offers outpatient treatment programs after inpatient treatment is complete. The treatment programs we offer include the following:
- Residential treatment program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Separate men’s and women’s rehab
- Private and group therapy
- Family therapy
After residential treatment is complete, clients will have access to several beneficial outpatient programs to continue their sober journey. Addiction is a lifelong mental health disorder that can produce cravings and temptations long after completing therapy. Fortunately, when this happens, help is available whenever you need it.
If you have completed a residential or inpatient rehab program and want to continue therapy through outpatient treatment, call 866.262.0531 today to schedule a tour and meet our compassionate team.
Since 2016, Dr. Merle Williamson, a graduate of Oregon Health Sciences University, has been the Medical Director at Crestview Recovery, bringing a rich background in addiction medicine from his time at Hazelden Treatment Center. He oversees outpatient drug and alcohol treatments, providing medical care, setting policies, detox protocols, and quality assurance measures. Before specializing in addiction medicine, he spent 25 years in anesthesiology, serving as Chair of Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Chief of Anesthesia at Kaiser Permanente. This experience gives him a unique perspective on treating prescription drug addiction.