OUTPATIENT ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT
Outpatient rehab programs offer various levels of intensity, ranging from basic outpatient therapy sessions to intensive outpatient programs to partial hospitalization programs. Outpatient rehabs provide more flexibility with regard to being able to remain at home and to continue to work while receiving treatment. However, outpatient rehabs are best for emerging to moderate alcohol use disorders, as they do not provide the intensity or structure needed for a more severe alcohol addiction.
RESIDENTIAL ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT
Residential rehab programs provide the highest level of care for addiction treatment. The individual will reside at the rehab for an extended period, allowing them to focus on their rehabilitation without the distractions and triggers outside of this structured environment. Residential programs will prepare a tailored treatment plan for the individual’s specific diagnosis and recovery needs. This allows for a more fine-tuned treatment approach that takes into account the individual features of the diagnosis and delivers targeted interventions.