Adult Outpatient Program
Outpatient treatment for adult men and women is available through the Center for Outpatient Services at Hanley Resource Center. All outpatient drug and alcohol treatment is tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual while fostering physical, emotional, and spiritual recovery.
Outpatient treatment is a less restrictive level of care that allows you to seek treatment for substance abuse while maintaining your commitments to family and work. Those in recovery who have completed an inpatient program can also continue treatment on an outpatient basis.
Outpatient treatment for adults begins with a comprehensive psychosocial substance abuse and mental health assessment. This assessment serves to identify severity of substance related problems and to determine the most appropriate level of care. For example, we may recommend weekly outpatient therapy, our Intensive Outpatient Program, or residential treatment at Hanley Center.
Types of Outpatient Therapy
We offer a comprehensive range of individual and group outpatient therapy for drug and alcohol abuse and process addictions:
Individual counseling and psychotherapy: Our licensed, qualified staff of addiction therapists and mental health professionals provides a full range of therapies to address alcoholism and substance abuse.
Intensive outpatient program: A structured program that provides intensive substance abuse treatment in an outpatient setting. This program is a minimum of 8 weeks and includes 3 group therapy sessions and individual counseling weekly. Family sessions are utilized throughout the course of treatment when indicted. Group therapy sessions are focused into three areas weekly:
Multi-family group: The disease of addiction affects all family members and can devastate family systems. To help families and those involved in codependent relationships, we offer a weekly, multi-family group.
To learn more about Hanley Center’s adult outpatient services call 561-841-1088 for more information.