At Daylight Recovery Services, we specialize in helping people overcome the obstacles that come with alcohol and drug addiction. Our treatment services include many options for you to choose from to best accommodate your journey. No matter what stage of recovery you’re in, Daylight Recovery can help you through it. Our team is dedicated to providing the assistance you need to achieve the life you want to live.
Our rehabilitation program in Southern California is a powerful tool for overcoming addiction. At our facility, we understand that every individual is different and, therefore, needs a personalized treatment program. Outpatient programs have the flexibility to fit your busy schedule and specific needs. Visit our admissions page to get started on the road to recovery.
Outpatient treatment includes treatment sessions that can be scheduled according to the patient’s needs. The recovering individual is able to live at home, which enables them to stay close to family and continue working at your job. You can create a personalized schedule that allows you to maintain participating in daily activities. Patients are required to check in with the facility in order to receive counseling and medication.
Within outpatient rehabilitation programs, there are treatment programs for alcoholism, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders. This kind of treatment works effectively for individuals who are disciplined and seeking to succeed in the recovery process. Outpatient programs are an ideal form of treatment for those with responsibilities outside of rehabilitation. You may be caring for children or employed at a job that you cannot sacrifice. This is why outpatient programs exist.
It is ideal for individuals to have a steady support system and a stable living environment. It increases the probability of success if you are able to immediately implement what you learn in treatments at home. Outpatient rehabilitation focuses on helping you prepare for your next step in the recovery process while re-integrating you back into society.
Also referred to as inpatient treatment, residential treatment offers the highest level of addiction treatment services to individuals with substance use disorder. Residential drug rehab centers typically offer detox, mental health services, and other complex issues accompanying addiction.
The secure environment and around-the-clock care of residential treatment drastically increase an individual’s chances of continued sobriety.
Outpatient treatment has many differences from residential treatment. One main difference is that, for inpatient treatment, it is necessary that you stay in the facility. Outpatient treatment allows you to travel to the treatment center whenever you have scheduled meeting times without you having to stay overnight there. The time commitment for inpatient treatment is much higher than the time necessary for outpatient treatment.
These rehabilitation programs allow you to sustain a more normal daily routine. This is because it is less of a time commitment due to you having the ability to continue living at home. Outpatient programs are good for those who have other responsibilities than rehabilitation which inpatient care would not allow you to maintain.
This type of treatment is often recommended as a step to take after you have completed a residential program. An individual may benefit from receiving more intensive care first before having a less rigorous treatment. However, individuals with a mild addiction could receive primarily outpatient care and have great success.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are good for dependencies that do not require detoxification or around-the-clock supervision. This type of program allows individuals to continue day to day activities. IOP generally consists of 10-12 hours of group and individual therapy a week.
Partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a type of outpatient treatment program that caters to individuals who need a higher level of care than standard outpatient programs are able to provide. Patients are able to stay at home during the night but during the day travel to a facility to receive intensive care. This type is more extensive than regular outpatient programs.
One of the biggest benefits of outpatient treatment is the flexibility of the program. Our team understands how busy you can be; outpatient treatment can work around your schedule. This is beneficial for those who cannot leave their job or family for an extended period of time. Having the ability to choose when you would like to receive care is a major reason individuals prefer this type of treatment.
Outpatient treatment is more affordable than inpatient treatment. You are living at home during outpatient treatment so, therefore, you do not have to pay the fee for staying overnight at the facility. It is common for outpatient programs to be covered by insurance as well which immensely lowers the cost of treatment.
If you absorb knowledge better by applying what you learn immediately, then an outpatient program could be ideal for you. You are able to go home and immediately implement lifestyle changes that allow you to have an easy transition to the next step. Often, individuals use outpatient treatment as a stepping stone from living in the facility to living full time on their own. The period of growth you will experience during this time will have a positive effect on the future quality of your life.
Not only is outpatient treatment a good step to ease out of the rehabilitation process, but it is also a good step for those individuals who want to ease into the process. It is an excellent first step for those who are in need of some additional support outside of immediate family or close friends. Outpatient programs allow you to have an objective professional who guides you through the process with genuine and thought-provoking feedback without judgment.
Signs of alcohol addiction include extreme moodiness or violent behavior, drinking to cope with stress or unhappiness, depression or lack of interest in relationships with others, lying about drinking, drinking at unusual or dangerous times, decreased productivity, and frequently “blacking out”.
There are physical and behavioral signs of heroin addiction. Some physical signs to indicate if someone is using heroin include slowed breathing, small pupils, dry mouth, cloudy or unclear thinking, nausea, a flushed appearance, extreme itching, and visible marks from injecting the drug.
Some of the physical symptoms of opioid addiction or abuse include slurred speech, blurred vision, nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, slowed breathing, and constricted pupils.
There are many prescription drugs that are abused. The variances of drugs being used can make signs of abuse very diverse. A few categories of the drugs which could be abused are opioids, stimulants, and sedatives or anti-anxiety medicine. If there are signs of extreme behavior changes, look at our prescription drug abuse page to learn more.
We believe in helping our patients achieve the life they want to live. Professional treatment is vital for overcoming addiction and sustaining a healthy lifestyle. Our team believes in building strong foundations for our patients to grow and learn. Outpatient treatment could be exactly what you need to take a step in the right direction.
At Daylight Recovery, we take your thoughts and feelings into consideration and know that each individual that walks through our door is unique. We understand that you need a place of comfort and solidarity to recover. Our purpose is to ensure that any person who decides to change their life for the better will leave our services feeling confident in their ability to do so.
If you are looking to better yourself and better your life, let us help you do so on your journey to recovery. Contact Daylight Recovery Services to start the path to sobriety today.