Out Patient – AMAR HOME

Out Patient Program

Severe addiction may require intensive round-the-clock treatment that only a Out Patient program can offer.

Out Patient Program

Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) permits you to go through alcohol abuse treatment while staying lively in everyday activities such as work or school. This the extent of treatment allows you to maintain flexibility and do not need to take a long break from loved ones.

A individualized outpatient program offers somewhere to receive addiction treatment and relapse support, even while you’re getting yourself employed and living a normal everyday life. It’s not as immersive as inpatient care, but it’s more structured than outpatient settings.

Our Facilities

Evidence Based Treatment

We are focused on evidance based treatment to recover a patient from drug addiction.

Healthy Lifestyle

The patient can stay with their family and friend to lead a normal and healthy lifestyle.

Experienced Professionals

Our Experienced healthcare specialists team are committed to provide best treatment.

Customized Therapy For Individual

We apply special technique for personalized thepary according to the requirement of the treatment

Private Room & Recreation

We offer personalized room & amenities for recreation purpose to meet the satisfactory of our clients.

24/7 Medical Care Support

A dedicated medical care support is always ready to provide support in case of any emergency.

Benefits of Out-Patient Program

Intensive outpatient treatments offer benefits that make them attractive to a range of people seeking substance abuse treatment. These programs also provide flexibility, are less costly than inpatient treatment.

The program also allows you to recover in an environment where you are comfortable and with the support of loved ones, who will continue to provide a supportive atmosphere long after the procedure of therapy is complete.

WHAT IS IOP LIKE?

IOP can accommodate your customized needs when it comes to scheduling. You’re able to attend daytime or evening sessions. Like inpatient programs, you’ll continue to have the support of a team of medical doctors, psychiatrists, therapists, and other personnel.

Individual Therapy

In personal sessions with a therapist, one-on-one meetings enable you to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that contribute to your substance abuse. In this supportive environment, where you can learn to recognize triggers and form healthier coping skills, you can receive substance abuse therapy.

Group Therapy

Group treatment has been proven to be helpful for addiction treatment, because it trains you to develop a support system of peers who have also been affected by the same struggles. It incorporates behaviors practiced during individual sessions under a larger social context.

Family Therapy

IOP focuses mainly on home commitments because of its unique treatment program. Family members might need training and instruction to better grasp IOP's applications and how to best help the patient. Family and couple treatments may also help patients strengthen their bond with each other.

Drug Testing

Drug testing is used to ensure accountability throughout your recovery during an IOP. If you receive an IOP, you may be randomly tested for illegal drug use to protect yourself and others.

Frequently Asked Questions

CAN I DETOX IN THE PROGRAM?

Detox is widely considered to be the first step of the recovery process. It involves safely eliminating a substance from the body to restore normal chemical balance. Depending on the type of drugs used and the severity of addiction, the process may require medical supervision to limit the intensity of withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings. Therefore, an IOP is not generally equipped or designed to provide those services.

HOW LONG DO I NEED TO BE IN IOP?

An IOP generally lasts for at least 60 days, though treatment time can range from 30 to 90 days.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER IOP?

Since IOP is generally offered as part of a larger continuum of care, many people begin a standard outpatient program after completing an IOP. During outpatient treatment, therapy hours per week typically range from 3 to 6 hours but can be as little as 1 to 2 hours. Continual care is essential to maintaining long-term sobriety. Most people attend follow-up visits for months or years after completing an addiction treatment program. It is also recommended to stay active in peer group counseling to nurture an external support group that can help you maintain recovery.

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