Outpatient Addiction Treatment in New England

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About Our Outpatient Programs

New England Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment at AdCare

At AdCare, we understand you have responsibilities that cannot be put aside while caring for your health. That’s why we’ve established outpatient addiction treatment programs that provide comprehensive individualized treatment services while accommodating work and family schedules.

Our Outpatient Locations

While specific offerings and schedules vary by location, all AdCare outpatient centers provide the core substance use disorder treatment needed to support your long-term recovery. Choose from our outpatient rehab locations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island:

What Is Outpatient Addiction Treatment?

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Outpatient addiction treatment is a type of rehab patients attend during the day or in the evening while residing at home. An outpatient rehab program may be the right choice for someone who does not require 24-hour care.

It is common for patients to move between levels of care as their treatment plan changes over time. Many transfer to an outpatient program from a more intensive level of treatment such as medical detox or inpatient care.

Outpatient addiction treatment services can include:

How Long Does Outpatient Treatment Last?

The length of time each person spends in outpatient treatment varies from person to person. Our addiction treatment centers in New England offer short-term rehab programs, month-long addiction treatment programs, and long-term addiction treatment options and aftercare services.

These flexible options ensure patients remain in treatment for the length of time that is right for them and allows them to recover at their own pace.

What to Expect in Outpatient Rehab at AdCare

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The first step in developing your individualized addiction treatment plan is a thorough assessment and evaluation. Our experienced clinicians work with you to determine the ideal level of care for your needs.

All AdCare outpatient locations offer a standard outpatient program and an intensive outpatient program (IOP). AdCare’s outpatient facility in Worcester, MA, also offers day treatment. This is a more intensive outpatient level of care that is known as a partial hospitalization program outside of Massachusetts.

A standard outpatient program typically involves attending treatment 1-2 times a week. This may involve individual therapy or group therapy sessions depending on your treatment plan.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Patients can attend intensive outpatient rehab programs up to 5 days a week or opt for 3-hour evening sessions up to 3 times a week. Both day and evening sessions consist of the following components:

  • Individual and group counseling services
  • Focused education sessions
  • Skills groups
  • Self-help participation

Individual, Group, and Family Counseling at AdCare New England

Outpatient addiction treatment involves several types of therapies in a variety of formats. These formats can include:

  • Individual Therapy. During individual therapy sessions, patients work one-on-one with a licensed addiction treatment professional.
  • Group Therapy. During group therapy, an addiction treatment professional conducts therapy with more than one patient.
  • Family Therapy. Family involvement is an important component of successful treatment and is strongly encouraged. All family members struggling with or affected by alcohol and drug dependency can take advantage of our family therapy programs and resources at any point in the recovery process. Learn more about our family services available at each facility location.

Why Choose AdCare for Outpatient Addiction Rehab?

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As a leading treatment provider for substance use disorders, AdCare has delivered life-changing drug and alcohol treatment for over 50 years. Our outpatient rehab locations are conveniently located and staffed with caring, expert addiction treatment professionals.

At AdCare, we employ evidence-based treatment and customize each person’s treatment plan to ensure they receive the support they need. We work diligently with you to develop the skills and knowledge you need for lasting recovery.

When you’re ready to start talking about recovery, call to learn more about the addiction treatment programs at AdCare. Our compassionate staff can answer any questions you have and guide you through the rehab admissions process.

If you have health insurance, including state-funded, we can help you understand what your insurance coverage for rehab entails. You can also quickly verify your insurance for rehab using our .

Can I Get a Referral to AdCare Outpatient Services?

Yes, you can be referred to AdCare outpatient services by your healthcare provider. Please share our referral instructions page with your provider. This will ensure we have the correct information and consent to review your medical history.

Personalized Treatment for Addiction

We understand the challenges that accompany a substance use disorder. Allow us to help you find an addiction treatment program that meets your needs.
  • Medical Detox for Withdrawal

    Medical detox at AdCare involves expert care and compassionate withdrawal management. This level of care ensures you are as safe and comfortable as possible during the withdrawal process.

  • 24/7 Support With Inpatient Treatment

    For patients who would be best supported by around-the-clock care, we offer inpatient addiction treatment.

  • Easy Admissions Process

    Call now to speak with a caring admissions navigator. Our team is available 24/7 to tell you more about your treatment options and answer your questions about rehab.

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