Navigating an addiction to drugs or alcohol is never something that you should try to do on your own. When you are in the midst of addiction, it may feel as though you cannot think clearly which will certainly impede your overall judgment. When you are ready to overcome your addiction, however, the addiction experts at The Source Treatment Center can provide you with top-rated treatment programs that will help you regain control of your life.
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today. Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.
At The Source, we work with our clients to develop a treatment plan that is personalized to their needs. While we do offer the option to work through an inpatient program, we also give your clients the opportunity to enroll in an outpatient program. This program is well-suited for a client that realizes that he or she is having issues with addiction but may not require the structured environment that a partial hospitalization program or an intensive outpatient program offers.
Can I Work During Outpatient Rehab?
One of the standard questions that we receive from a client that is interested in enrolling in our outpatient program is whether or not he or she will be able to continue working during their time in treatment. Our outpatient program is structured in such a way where you would be able to work during the course of your treatment.
When you first enter into treatment at The Source, we will assign you a case manager. If you need our facility to reach out to your employer regarding your work and your recovery plan, we are always happy to do so. We also respect your privacy so we will collaborate with you in terms of relaying information to your place of employment in such a way where you always feel comfortable.
What is Outpatient Drug Rehab Like?
The main point of our outpatient treatment program is to help you to address the events or traumas in your life that may have led you toward addiction. From there, we will help you to develop a plan going forward so that you do not fall into the same trap of addiction in the future.
The leading way that we do this is through therapy. The Source is known for its cutting-edge approach to addiction treatment. We utilize a variety of therapeutic treatments including rapid resolution therapy treatment as well as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy to help you work through the traumas that you may have sustained in your life.
Two of the leading forms of therapy that you will participate in during the course of your outpatient program are group and individual therapy. Individual therapy gives you the chance to speak to a member of our team in a private setting. We believe that this type of personal atmosphere that we create during individual therapy can help you to develop a better understanding of the development of your addiction. It will also give you the chance to speak to a member of our team about how you feel you are progressing in your treatment plan and if you have any questions or concerns.
If you have ever attended a 12-step meeting, you will notice that our group therapy sessions closely follow the model of a 12-step meeting. Group therapy is beneficial in multiple ways. First, it provides you with the opportunity to find your own voice with regard to learning how to share your thoughts and opinions regarding the topics of addiction and recovery. These sessions will provide you with the chance to begin to share your own experiences. In turn, you will have the opportunity to listen to the insight and stories of those around you. Further, group therapy gives you an invaluable chance to begin to develop your own system of support. You may come to find that the other people in your group have gone through similar events in their life. When you begin to interact and communicate with other people in your group, you will undoubtedly feel a sense of connection and comfort knowing that you are not the only person in the world that is struggling or working through a certain issue.
What to Expect During Outpatient Rehab?
Our outpatient treatment program is designed to provide you with the tools that you need to work through the details of your addiction so that you can find a healthier and sober way of living. Clients that decide to enroll in our outpatient program will come to our facility for a least three hours each week. Our team can coordinate with you to work out a schedule that suits your specific needs or restrictions.
Keep in mind that if you have more specific questions regarding what you can expect during the course of your treatment, a member of our team is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to field any of your concerns.
Why Choose The Source?
Drug rehab in Fort Lauderdale prides itself on removing the stigma that is often associated with addiction. We take a personalized approach to recovery in the sense that we have an understanding that every client is different and, therefore, requires and deserves a personalized treatment program that will suit his or her needs. Our team continuously goes above and beyond to ensure that we exceed your recovery expectations. We can help to set you up with an initial treatment plan within 24 hours of the first phone call that you have with a member of our team. From there, we will help you to develop the best approach to help you achieve lifelong sobriety.
If you are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, there is no reason for you to delay in reaching out to The Source team. We are available around the clock to help you take your first steps in your recovery journey. We encourage you to reach out to a member of our team today at (800) 204-0418.