Our program for Intensive Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab and recovery, located in Palmdale, California, requires involvement from family members, friends, and other interested participants. Outpatient rehab requires you to see individual therapists and physicians or psychiatrists as up to three times a week or as needed.
Intensive outpatient programs are ideal for those who have completed a residential program but still need regular individual and group therapy sessions. Our outpatient program includes interactive education groups as well as counseling designed for the individual, group and family.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse recommends intensive outpatient rehab and promotes that these types of treatment programs are highly effective. Patients engage in the treatment processes and learn to modify attitudes and behaviors while learning normal, healthy life skills. The intensive outpatient treatment programs at Cycles of Change, Palmdale have been proven to increase recovery success because of the extended opportunities to build relationships within the recovery community and the continued education about your disease.
Our Intensive Outpatient Program Will Involve the Following:
- Motivational incentives that use positive reinforcements to encourage sobriety.
- Family therapy that addresses patterns of abuse and family functioning.
- Programs involve individual and group alcohol and drug counseling plus other behavioral treatment options.
Intensive outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs in our Palmdale center focus on the entire person. Addiction is sometimes accompanied by mental issues like depression, schizophrenia or bi-polar disorders, and we do not neglect these conditions. Our trained medical staff has experienced with those who have a dual-diagnosis. We understand that one cannot be treated without addressing the other.
Addiction hurts everyone around the addict. Receiving the support of your family and friends is central to your recovery. We believe that our intensive outpatient program, which involves family therapy, is a key component to helping you determine boundaries and to help everyone involved understand the addiction process. Support is provided for family members who do not understand their role in the addiction process. Families and addicts learning to live together with mutual understanding is vital in stopping the addiction dilemma.