Outpatient Vs. Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehab
Addiction is a complex disease that affects numerous people and their families. In 2017, it was estimated that 20.7 million Americans needed treatment for substance use disorders; however, only 2.5 million received specialized treatment.
Addiction requires people to receive individualized treatment and fast. These treatments should address the symptoms and underlying causes of the disease, as well as the consequences that substances has had this person’s life. This may include their inability to socialize, their physical and mental health, consequences at work, home, school, and/or even with the law-possibly. There are many types of therapy available to effectively treat addiction, including PHP and IOP.
Compare treatment options:
- Have you gone to residential treatment and returned to find things are a little rockier than you’d like at home?
- Did the aftercare plan you were given not measure up to your expectations and you’re afraid of relapse?
- Are you coming back from a short relapse and in need of fine-tuning, but not a full residential treatment experience?
- Did you enter a detox program, but your
- Insurance will not cover residential treatment?
If you answeres yes to any of these questions, the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Aim 4 Recovery may just be the right place for you!