Perhaps you’re considering a treatment program for your drug or alcohol addiction. However, you may have reservations about residential treatment or more intensive levels of care. Residential treatment and similar treatment programs require a time commitment that may not be possible for you. At Ethan Crossing of Columbus, we offer an outpatient addiction treatment program as a less intensive option for addiction treatment.
Our caring team is ready to provide the exact level of care needed to start your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Whether you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to opioids, alcohol, prescription drugs, or another substance, we can help. Our outpatient treatment program provides support and targeted therapies to promote long-term recovery.
Contact the Ethan Crossing team at 855.476.0078 or reach out to us online today to learn more.
Is Outpatient Treatment Right for You?
You may be wondering if an outpatient treatment program at Ethan Crossing of Columbus is right for your addiction treatment needs. Take a moment to consider:
- Have you gone through a detox program or residential treatment program?
- Is your home life supportive of recovery (free of drugs and alcohol, supportive family members)?
- Have you developed healthy coping skills to help you avoid relapse?
If you answered affirmatively to these questions, an outpatient treatment program might be an effective therapeutic approach for you.
It is also possible to begin your recovery in another type of substance abuse treatment program and then transition into an outpatient treatment program later in your journey. For example, people who need to go through detox, who do not have a supportive home life, or who are struggling with co-occurring mental health issues might benefit from residential treatment. When you first enroll for treatment at Ethan Crossing of Columbus, our team of experts will perform a comprehensive assessment to help you decide what level of care is right for you.
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment
Our outpatient recovery program offers a wide range of benefits to participants, including:
- Outpatient care is typically less expensive than inpatient options.
- Patients can take care of responsibilities at work or home while in treatment.
- Patients can incorporate what they are learning in therapy in the real-life situations that they face every day.
- Group therapy offers a strong network of support.
- Scheduling is generally flexible.
If you know you need addiction treatment but have concerns about committing to a treatment program, reach out to us today. We will help you find a treatment plan that is affordable, flexible, and right for you.
What to Expect in Our Recovery Programs
So, what exactly happens in our outpatient programs? Our outpatient programs are based on individual therapy and group therapy sessions, and medical care is available if necessary. We also offer specialized anxiety and depression treatment for those who struggle with co-occurring disorders.
Our recovery programs are intended to heal people holistically, so our health and wellness services become a vital component of treatment. We want you to enhance your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being, so we offer nutrition education, a fitness center, yoga, and meditation to help you achieve your goals.
Find Hope and Healing at Ethan Crossing of Columbus
If you are ready to start your recovery, reach out to one of our admission specialists at Ethan Crossing of Columbus. When you enroll in our treatment program, we will perform an initial assessment to create a treatment plan to best fit your needs. We’ll help you decide if our outpatient treatment program is the right choice for you or if residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program, or intensive outpatient treatment would be a better place to start.
Discover more about our outpatient treatment program or any other programs by reaching out to our team today. Contact us now by calling 855.476.0078 or visit us online for more information.
Find hope and healing today at Ethan Crossing of Columbus.