This is the final phase of our recovery processes at Square One Clinics that allows clients to be supported as they continue to stay sober while attending school, work or other outside activities.
Square One Clinics’ Outpatient Program (OP) was designed to support those in recovery while they are participating in life outside treatment. Groups meet once a week for 1-hour sessions. Going through the Square One Clinics’ Long-term Success Program, clients typically complete the program in 12 – 16 weeks. During this time our clients complete their treatment plan goals.
Square One’s addiction treatment programs are built upon an evidence-based curriculum that is customized to the client.
Using our superior clinical software —Therapax® we provide superior documentation of attendance and progress for referral sources like Insurance Probation Officers, Courts, Employers, Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), Airlines, Attorneys, Aero Medical Examiners (AMEs), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Our Joint Commission Accreditation brings confidence to the detailed documentation we provide.
How effective is our Outpatient Program (OP) Treatment?
Outpatient Program (OP) is generally less restrictive than our Intensive Outpatient Program or any Inpatient Programs. Outpatient Programs can be a good standalone option for someone with a mild addiction, or it can be a lower component of a long-term treatment program. Many people in recovery usually turn to Square One Clinics’ Outpatient treatment program after completing an inpatient program as part of their continued recovery due to our high success rate.
These sessions focus on drug abuse education, individual and group counseling, and teaching the addicted clients how to cope without their drug.
Square One Clinics’ Outpatient program allows the client to remain at home during treatment. Those undergoing treatment can continue working and remain close to family and friends. At Square One Clinics group meetings are conveniently conducted in the evenings or in the early morning, helping those in the program maintain their normal schedules.
OPs are an important part of the continuum of care for alcohol and drug use disorders. They are a great option for for most individuals seeking care after completing an inpatient program. Public and commercial health plans consider OP treatment as a covered health benefit.
At Square One Clinics, our OP treatment helps the individual learn early-stage relapse management and coping strategies, ensure that the client has psychosocial support, and address individual symptoms and needs.