Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Outpatient Program
World-Class Addiction Care in an Outpatient Setting
The Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Outpatient Program provides treatment for individuals with substance use disorders, including the misuse of alcohol, prescription and non-prescription drugs—such as heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, marijuana, or opioids such as Oxycontin or Percocet.
Our expert staff specializes in treating those whose substance use disorder is complicated by other psychiatric illnesses, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. We also support individuals who struggle with addictive behaviors, such as gambling, gaming, sex, and love.
The emphasis of the outpatient program, reinforced by evidence-based treatments and cutting-edge therapy models, is to provide a sufficient level of stability for the patient.
Our robust group therapy programming focuses on integrated group therapy for dual diagnosis, as well as early recovery and specialized recovery treatment.
Individual therapy, including medication management, is available and emphasizes evidence-based therapies for treatment of addiction.
The Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Outpatient Program also offers specialized services for:
- Health care professionals
- Law enforcement officers, first responders, and active duty military members
- Individuals experiencing intimate partner violence
- Older adults
- Those who may need medication treatment for opioid use disorders and alcohol use disorders
We understand that seeking treatment can feel overwhelming. We aim to help patients set treatment goals and identify care recommendations that match the individual’s needs and ability to participate.
According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 17.6 million Americans, or 1 in every 12 adults, struggle with alcohol misuse or dependence.
Our expert staff works in close partnership with patients and families to create a customized treatment plan for each individual based on their substance use history and symptoms, the severity of symptoms, and other co-occurring psychiatric diagnoses.
Treatment plans can vary in intensity and include a combination of individual and group therapies, a variety of proven addiction treatment models, and medications that help patients manage their symptoms and transition back to their daily lives.