residential and outpatient rehab in illinois

Depending on the severity of the problem and how the patient responds to addiction treatment techniques, there are several ways their path toward recovery will manifest. Some patients may not need the intensive treatment of a full rehabilitation clinic, and can start out at a residential rehab program, or be transferred to one at a certain point in their recovery.

In a residential rehab program, the patient is housed with other recovering addicts, who will help them with the process of rehabilitation, along with the aid of licensed counselors and therapists. This path is often taken for patients who have either improved significantly or do not need full-time support to recover, so that they can move on to re-establishing their connection with society and making sober choices in the real world. It does however; keep the patient removed from their original environment so they can focus on their new way of life. Techniques used at a residential program include: The 12 Step Program/Narcotics or Alcoholics Anonymous, group counseling, one-on-one therapy, and recreational exercise.

n alternative step for many addicts, or those who do not have a severe addiction problem, is an outpatient program. This is where the patient is free to be on their own again, with some strings attached of course. Usually this only occurs once the patient has shown a willingness to live a sober life and make responsible choices without constant care and re-enforcement. The outpatient program is not like the residential program, but it will definitely include occasional social worker or counselor visitations, educational classes, and help with job placement.

An alternative step for individuals who do not have a severe addiction problem is choosing an outpatient program. This is where the patient is free to be on their own again, with some strings attached of course. Usually this only occurs once the patient has shown a willingness to live a sober life and make responsible choices without constant care and re-enforcement. The outpatient program is not like the residential program, but it will definitely include occasional social worker or counselor visitations, educational classes, and help with job placement.

For many who are taking the difficult step towards addiction treatment, entering into an outpatient program is the long-awaited reward for a process that includes giving up many personal freedoms and going through a useful detoxification period. Patients will again be free to see who they want to see, go where they want to go, and make choices for themselves again, with some safeguards still in place to watch for any signs of potential relapse. Our hard-working, compassionate rehabilitation professionals hope to achieve this goal with every client that comes through our door, doing their best to help every client realize a new sober life--together.

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