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Drug and alcohol recovery is a personal journey. For some people, outpatient treatment close to home works best. For others, inpatient addiction treatment provides the support they need. Most people need some form of long-term addiction treatment to regain a life of sobriety. For most, a combination of inpatient and outpatient support for mental, emotional, and physical stability during recovery provides the best chance of success.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, call Mile High Recovery today 855.796.2102. Our Denver addiction treatment center believes recovery is multi-faceted. We’re ready to help you with our long-term rehab programs, early recovery life skills group, and other substance abuse treatment programs.

What Is Outpatient Rehab?

rehab programs in denverOutpatient rehab programs help clients through daily struggles of detox and recovery while clients continue to sleep at home. Most programs require clients to visit the clinic four or five hours a day for medical and psychiatric support. This style of rehab helps people recover without leaving home. Intensive outpatient programs can help clients develop new routines and healthy habits while maintaining sobriety. For many people, outpatient programs suit their busy lifestyles. For others, intensive outpatient programs help them transition from inpatient care back to home life.

At Mile High Recovery, we offer both a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Partial hospitalization provides clients with maximum detox support in a safe, inclusive environment. Clients in our PHP program meet Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM.

Our intensive outpatient program gives clients an added level of flexibility. This is great for people returning to work or rebuilding their relationships at home. This program offers our highest level of flexibility with 5 group options each week. Clients can seek treatment, support, and solidarity on their own time Monday-Friday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM as well as Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.

Is IOP Right for Me?

Outpatient rehab is most successful for those who are ready for a level of independence in their addiction recovery. Signs outpatient rehab might be right for you include:

  • You already live in a safe and supportive home environment.
  • You have employment or are actively seeking work.
  • You’ve maintained sobriety from inpatient treatment and want extra care.
  • You are comfortable managing a schedule on your own.
  • You want addiction treatment support and solidarity in your community.
  • You do not need medically-supervised detox.
  • You are not a risk to yourself or those around you.

For many people in recovery, outpatient rehab programs offer balance. With rigorous therapy sessions, support groups, and sobriety planning, clients in outpatient rehab take tools they learn in rehab out into their daily lives. Outpatient rehab also offers support through alumni programs and daily check-ins to help people manage day-to-day stress, trauma triggers, and major life events that could lead to relapse. IOPs are highly individualized programs to serve clients’ needs, whether they’re struggling with drugs, alcohol, or dual diagnoses.

Integrated Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Colorado

At Mile High Recovery Center, we believe in integrative care to support all stages of recovery. We do things differently at Mile High. We believe when clients are supported throughout the first year of recovery; they thrive. Our programs focus on family support, peer counseling, mutual aid, medically assisted treatment, and individualized care. We offer family, group, and individualized counseling as part of our partial hospitalization and outpatient programs. With a focus on trauma therapy and release, we help clients recognize, integrate, and heal from personal traumas that lead to addiction. Our programs include:

  • Medically assisted detox with Suboxone and Vivitrol
  • Early recovery skills group
  • Mental health treatment
  • Long-term recovery assistance

At Mile High Recovery Center, we provide structure, compassionate care, and the support systems you need to make it from early recovery to long-term sobriety.

Begin Outpatient Rehab at Mile High Recovery Center Today

In Denver’s City Center neighborhood, Mile High is here to help you thrive throughout the Denver Metro area. If you or someone you love is ready to take the next steps towards recovery, call us today at 855.796.2102 to learn more about our outpatient programs.