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Non Residential Rehabilitation

Non Residential Drug Dependency Treatment


An outpatient rehab centre is very helpful for people who are not deeply addicted to substance and are willing to quit the habit. They permit the flexibility to keep working and looking after family while in rehab.

An extreme dependence on specific substances, for example, heroin or oxycodone, is commonly best treated in an inpatient private program to oversee detoxification and withdrawal.

But a mild addiction to substance abuse, if detected at the initial stages can be treated in an outpatient rehab facility successfully.


Those individuals who need a program that will cause minimal disruption to their lives and are dedicated to see it through will benefit the most from non-residential rehab.


Understanding Outpatient Rehab

Drug and alcohol treatment sessions that can be scheduled during various times throughout the week is offered by an outpatient rehab program.

This schedule requires patients to check into treatment at their allotted times for counselling and medication and also allow them to continue with their regular responsibilities and continue living at home.

Although most attention in non-residential treatments is aimed at therapy, teaching, and giving the addict a reliable framework of encouragement and support, these treatments differ in structure and intensity and provide a variety of services.


The individuals that benefit the most from non-residential programs are the ones who are motivated to quit and are dedicated and methodical in their approach to recovery.


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The Different Kinds Of Non Residential Rehab

Types of outpatient rehabs are categorized depending on the nature of substance being abused, the patient's level of addiction and the phase of recovery.

There are three main types of outpatient treatment programs:

  • 1 Day Schemes
  • When it comes to providing patients with a high-level framework of treatment outside rehab, 24-hour non-residential plans are ideal.
  • Clients are committed to meet 5-7 days per week at an outpatient facility for multiple hours each day in a day program.
  • Shared therapy, continued counselling, faith-based therapy, and other alternative therapies, like art therapy, are the what patients agree to as they undergo non-residential treatment.
  • After the conclusion of the sessions, the patients are free to return to their dwelling which may be a sober living home or to their loved ones.
  • Until the patients are done with their 24-hour rehab plan, it can be a major inconvenience on their work or social life, as it is a huge undertaking that requires a lot of dedication.
  • IOPs or Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • A treatment plan is established in intensive outpatient programs with measurable milestones in place to indicate progress.
  • The time commitment required per week decreases as these milestones are met.
  • For those serious about abstaining from drugs and alcohol and still need to be able to work and perform daily responsibilities the IOP is a good option for them.
  • An IOP may require various sessions for a couple of hours every week to lead advising sessions, group treatment, backslide counteractive action advice and participation in a 12-stage or comparative recuperation care group.
  • Continuing Care
  • Ongoing support resources which help an individual solidify their commitment to sobriety are continuous care groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
  • Group members meet on a weekly basis and the sessions are conducted with the guidance of certified counsellor.
  • Some ongoing care networks may be gender-sensitive or age-sensitive and other may centre around a specific area of recovery.

How Outpatient Treatment Programmes Are Beneficial

Outpatient rehab is usually recommended for mild to moderate addictions. Compared to residential rehab, it is easier to find and join outpatient treatment programs.

Should you or someone you care for require assistance in choosing what type of treatment option is best for them, get in touch with us now on 0800 246 1509.


Some major reasons to choose outpatient rehab include:

  • Cost
  • You don't have to pay the costs of lodging at an inpatient facility because you're able to live at home during outpatient treatment - making it more affordable than inpatient.
  • Flexibility
  • You can go for treatment when ever it is most convenient for you with non residential treatment.
  • This is ideal for patients who find it difficult to be away from work or home for a long duration.
  • Family presence
  • During the outpatient program, family inclusion and support is encouraged as loved ones can help you more stay on the path to sobriety.

Choosing The Ideal Rehab For You

It is a difficult process choosing the appropriate treatment plan that best suit your needs. The first and most important step however, is usually to seek help regardless of whether the patient will be going with outpatient or inpatient rehab.