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Outpatient Rehab Programs

Clean Path Behavioral Health’s Outpatient Program (OP) is an excellent step down level of care service that is acceptable for the individual leaving a residential program, or for the client whose lifestyle or career may make it difficult to commit to the time required for a higher level of care.  Each client has a treatment plan that is especially constructed for them and can choose to attend any outpatient rehab session.  Clean Path Recovery’s Outpatient clients may participate in group sessions, individual counseling, career counseling, and therapy.  If an Outpatient chooses to participate in the recovery residence component they may do so with an applicable discount.

Differences Between Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab Programs

As their name suggests, inpatient addiction programs require that the addict person stay full-time at the treatment center. On the other hand, outpatient or Outpatient  programs provide you all the treatment facilities during day time. You could return home in the evening. There are fixed hours during day time that you will be spending at the center.

An Outpatient Rehab Orange County program is mostly less expensive. It is more suitable for those with less severe and shorter duration of addiction. An inpatient rehab center gives you more immersive treatment. In an intensive program, you will be kept away from the triggers. On the other hand, an outpatient program helps you learn the skills required to avoid the triggers in real world situations.

Why is Outpatient Rehab The Preferred Method? 

There are two main types of treatment programs for drug or alcohol addiction – outpatient and inpatient. The choice of the program for yourself or a family member will depend on the severity of addiction or your needs. While inpatient treatment offers intensive care, there are many other benefits of an Outpatient Rehab Orange County program. Before you make the right choice, make sure to consider what will be best for your addiction problem.

Call us and one of our Admissions Representatives will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our drug detox, alcohol detox, drug rehab, alcohol rehab or outpatient programs.