Outpatient drug rehab and alcohol recovery on your time
Some patients may benefit from outpatient addiction treatment that allows them to continue to meet the obligations of work, school or family while also focusing on recovery from drugs and alcohol. Depending on the severity of a person’s addiction as well as life circumstances and whether they need medical care during detox and recovery, outpatient drug rehab and alcohol recovery services may be an appropriate treatment option.
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Mirmont Treatment Center has multiple locations for our outpatient substance abuse programs, including Broomall, Exton and Media, Pennsylvania, each in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. In a group environment led by a skilled facilitator, patients meet weekly and are supported by others who are learning to live life without drugs and alcohol. Patients in the substance abuse outpatient program are able to apply what they’ve learned to their daily lives while continuing to live in their own homes and be supported by friends and family.
Drug and alcohol group therapy
Our group therapy sessions offer a safe and comfortable environment in which to explore issues that many patients experience while recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, including:
- Broken relationships or family problems due to addiction
- Stress, anxiety or depression
- Physical and emotional trauma
- Other life issues
We also help patients:
- Recognize denial and negative mental processes
- Identify triggers that lead to drug and alcohol abuse, or relapse
- Practice new skills to build and restore self-esteem
- Apply techniques to better manage the stresses of life
- View recovery as a lifelong process
Patients can enter drug and alcohol treatment as an outpatient, or can continue outpatient services after completing inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation. We also offer an intensive outpatient program for patients who require more concentrated drug and alcohol recovery and support while living at home. You will be assessed based on your history of drug and alcohol addiction and current use of drugs and alcohol to determine the most appropriate level of care for your needs.