Working one on one with a Certified Addictions Professional, CCFA explores treatment modalities that best resonate with you to develop healthier coping mechanisms that will address the underlying issues that led to addiction.
The Canada Center for Addictions is a luxury rehab center in Toronto, Ontario, offering premium inpatient treatment for substance addictions and co-occurring health disorders. We also provide outpatient treatment that allows our clients to continue working and living their day-to-day lives while recovering.
Our outpatient rehab program is intensive and tailored to the client’s addiction and living conditions. Being in an outpatient addiction treatment program means you don’t stay 24/7 in our facility and have to do more of the recovery work by yourself. We’ll be there for you the whole way. It’s just that instead of walking beside you through the journey, we’ll be right behind you. Learn about CCFA’s outpatient rehab program and what it means for you or your loved ones.
Outpatient rehab is a drug addiction treatment and recovery program in which the patient lives at home during treatment. Any rehab program that does not require more than a 24-hour hospitalization period may be described as an outpatient rehab. Outpatient rehab programs are ideal for individuals who are motivated to quit their addiction but need a flexible program that allows them to continue their daily activities.
Outpatient rehab treatment is generally more affordable than inpatient care and is preferred for individuals with a mild addiction. Like inpatient treatment, outpatient rehab also involves a detailed evaluation to ensure a patient is suited to the program. It also typically includes counseling, therapy, support, and an aftercare plan for relapse prevention. The aim is also to help you or a loved one achieve sobriety and develop the skills required to live addiction-free.
The type of outpatient rehab a person needs depends on the substance of abuse and the addiction severity. There are three general types of outpatient addiction treatment.
Day programs have the most rigid structure and offer the highest level of outpatient rehab treatment. Clients in an outpatient day program will spend five to seven days weekly at the center. The time commitment of day programs can restrict a person’s ability to work or engage in regular activities. Clients will participate in therapy, counseling, meditation, and other holistic practices that may help them regain their sobriety. At the end of each day, clients will return home or to a sober living environment to return on the next appointment day.
An intensive outpatient program sets out a treatment plan with definite short and long-term goals that indicate progress. Sessions may include counseling, therapy, support, and relapse prevention strategies for a few hours weekly. The time commitment each week decreases as treatment milestones are achieved. Intensive outpatient programs are ideal for individuals who are highly motivated to quit but still want to be able to perform their daily duties.
Continuing care outpatient programs involve groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), which facilitate 12-step programs and other resources to help addicts regain sobriety. Continuing care programs typically involve weekly meetings that focus on a specific aspect of recovery.
At CCFA’s outpatient programs, our qualified team of professionals treats drug or alcohol addiction using a patient-oriented treatment adapted to your specific needs. Working one-on-one with each patient, we explore treatment modalities that best resonate with you to develop healthier coping mechanisms to address the underlying issues that led to the addiction.
An outpatient addiction treatment program may work for you or a loved one if:
However, inpatient rehab might be better for you or a loved one if:
Give us a call at 1-855-939-1009 if you or a loved one needs outpatient addiction treatment. Our team of accredited professionals is ready to guide you and develop a personalized outpatient program to help you get sober and become the best version of yourself
People seeking freedom from the following addiction can benefit from outpatient treatment:
When you come in for an outpatient rehab program, our team of professionals will assess your situation to determine whether you’re fit for this type of rehab. Each client’s situation is unique, and after the assessment, we’ll develop a suitable treatment plan that covers the following:
Individual therapy involves sessions with a therapist who tries to get to the root of your addiction and help you develop skills to handle your cravings and triggers. Your therapist will work with you to set recovery goals and devise strategies to achieve them.
Group therapy sessions allow participants to practice the skills they acquire with people in similar situations and receive helpful feedback that can aid their process.
Clients may need to undergo regular drug screening as part of their outpatient treatment plan.
Joining support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous may also be included in an outpatient care plan. The 12-step programs of these groups serve as guiding principles for overcoming addiction, avoiding triggers, and going on to live a successful, productive life.
Addiction also impacts members of the addict’s family. Treatment plans may involve counseling sessions with affected family members, allowing them to heal and equipping them to deal with the challenges if they arise.
Clients undergoing outpatient treatment without a healthy support structure may need to spend time in a sober living home. Sober living homes provide a healthy environment for recovering addicts till they transition to regular society.
Outpatient rehab programs are the ideal options for mild addiction cases because of the associated benefits:
IOP in addiction means intensive outpatient programs. It is a type of outpatient treatment that establishes an addiction rehab plan with specific milestones in place to evaluate progress.
Available treatments for addictive disorders include therapy, counseling, medications, and support.
Three steps you can take to stay away from drugs include:
Examples of addictive disorders are:
Substance use disorders
The four pillars of recovery are a comprehensive framework upon which lasting addiction recovery is founded. These pillars are: