Rebuilt Treatment

Outpatient Treatment

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What is OP at Rebuilt?

The Outpatient (OP) Level of Care with Rebuilt Treatment and Recovery consists of 3-hour group therapy sessions 1-2 times per week and bi-weekly individual sessions. Individuals enrolled in Outpatient are set up with sober living or permanent housing and will no longer be residing in the Rebuilt Treatment 24/7 housing program. Rebuilt will not discharge or graduate someone from the housing program without a direct referral to a safe and comfortable sober living environment. Rebuilt Treatment and Recovery will Utilize all community resources to assist our clients with housing and any resources not provided within the Rebuilt Treatment program.

Key Advantages to Outpatient Treatment

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The outpatient program offers flexibility in terms of time commitment, with group therapy sessions occurring 1-2 times per week and bi-weekly individual sessions. This allows individuals to continue with their daily responsibilities such as work or education while still receiving necessary treatment and support.

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Transitional Support

The program provides support for transitioning individuals from intensive residential treatment to sober living or permanent housing. By ensuring individuals have a safe and comfortable environment post-treatment, it increases the likelihood of sustained recovery and reduces the risk of relapse. Additionally, the utilization of community resources enhances the support network available to clients beyond the treatment program.

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Life Skills

One of the many ways RTR will help clients with life skills is by teaching them how to communicate effectively and learning how to deal with thoughts and emotions in a healthy and beneficial way.

Process Group

Being a part of a process group at RTR allows feedback, perspective, and accountability from peers and helps challenge one another on negative beliefs and behaviors, while providing support and encouragement to make positive changes.

Relapse Prevention

Relapse Prevention is a crucial aspect of addiction treatment focusing on identifying triggers, developing coping strategies, and creating a supportive environment to minimize the risk of relapse.