Arizona Outpatient Rehab Addiction Treatment Program

Often times individuals who have successfully completed our inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation program
still need some form of on-going treatment in order to solidify their sobriety. Our outpatient treatment program is intended to offer these individuals a continuum of care. Outpatient treatment is also offered to new clients who may not require inpatient care for their particular circumstance.

Not sure if Outpatient Treatment is right for you or your loved one? Use this Professional Pre-Assessment form to help determine which program is right for you.

Our Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Rehab Center Offers Flexibility

Our outpatient treatment program offers flexible times that allow individuals to participate in both their daily affairs and treatment. We also offer day treatment for those who might work or attend school in the evenings.

What To Expect in Holistic Outpatient Treatment

Before you begin your treatment with us we will assess your specific needs and develop a custom treatment plan. Our outpatient treatment is always centered on holistic healing, which means your program will include treatment and therapies for the mind, body and spirit.

Outpatient Treatment Therapy Sessions Include:

  • Personal Growth: Including self-esteem, relationship, family & work related issues as well as community participation.
  • Life Skill Workshops: Including career planning, financial management, anxiety & stress management and other important fundamentals.
  • Family Participation: Including family day, family education workshops, family counseling sessions and more.
  • Individualized Counseling Sessions: Including grief, boundary setting, trauma and personal relationships.
  • 12-Step Education: On-going education on the 12 step program and how you can integrate it into your everyday life.
  • Relapse Prevention: Developing the skills to overcome drug and alcohol abuse after you graduate your addiction treatment program.

Other Outpatient Rehab Treatment Program Highlights Include:

  • Nutritional Counseling: Your body harbors many harmful metabolites from your ingestion of addictive substances. Part of your outpatient addiction treatment includes the removal of these substances from your body.
  • Nutritional IV Vitamin Therapy: Once a week clients can expect to receive an IV with Vitamin C, B-complex, B5, B6, B12, Folic Acid, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, and Selenium – all key to replenishing the body.
  • B12 Shots: In addition to the IV Vitamin Therapy we use B12 shots to combat the B12 deficiency so commonly found in alcohol and drug addicts.
  • Drug Screening and Breathalyzer: Both are performed regularly to ensure successful and stable recovery. This keeps the individuals in care accountable while at the same time it helps the family and the treatment team develop trust in the individual.
  • Exercise and Fitness: Once your body is clear and stronger, we offer yoga classes or take you on hikes to help you get regular exercise so that you have the physical resources to overcome your addiction.

3 Reasons Why You Should Choose The River Source for Outpatient Rehab Addiction Treatment

With so many options available for addiction treatment these days making the decision on what treatment center is right for your needs can be overwhelming and frustrating. Here are a few reasons you should consider The River Source for your rehab treatment:

  1. Proven Track Record
    Founded in 2003, we have a long standing, proven track record for success. Read more from real clients in our client Testimonial area here.
  2. Caring, Clinical Staff
    We believe in providing the best treatment through a competent, coordinated and collaborative program, based on the principles of dignity and respect. Find out more about our staff here.
  3. Affordable and We Accept Most Major Insurance
    Our mission is to provide effective drug and alcohol rehab to as many individuals as possible. Verify your insurance online here.
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