The Ranch outpatient rehab helps you stand strong in recovery. Transitioning into outpatient treatment after inpatient rehab provides structure and support that's especially important during early recovery. Our outpatient rehab programs are also suited for people who don't require a higher level of care like residential treatment.
The Ranch outpatient rehab helps you stand strong in recovery. Transitioning into outpatient treatment after inpatient rehab provides structure and support that’s especially important during early recovery. Our outpatient rehab programs are also suited for people who don’t require a higher level of care like residential treatment.
The Ranch’s outpatient program helps you build on the skills you learned in residential treatment. It’s a good step-down option from our inpatient program and may include:
You can work or attend school but still maintain a strong foothold in treatment. You’ll get help for challenges you’re facing, and develop essential relapse prevention and coping skills.
The Ranch’s intensive outpatient program encourages independence and is ideal for people building confidence in recovery.
Our intensive outpatient program helps you stand strong in a healthy lifestyle with support from addiction professionals and peers in recovery. You’ll address triggers and roadblocks to recovery in a safe place and learn new ways to cope with life’s challenges, emotional pain and manage behavioral health conditions,
An important part of treatment is learning about your illness so you can better manage it. You’ll receive ongoing education on addiction and mental health issues at The Ranch treatment center. This knowledge helps you build tools that tackle your difficulties from all angles.
A core part of our outpatient rehab is helping you identify triggers and how to cope without destructive behaviors. Groups regularly focus on this recovery topic. You’ll learn about warning signs of relapse and practice using healthy coping skills to replace maladaptive coping skills.
You’ll also learn about the importance of managing co-occurring disorders like depression and anxiety. Mental health symptoms can sometimes lead people to try to self-medicate with alcohol, drugs, eating disorders and sex addiction. If you have a dual diagnosis, regular psychiatric care is important. Paying attention to your mental well-being is a critical relapse prevention measure.
You’ll benefit from both one-on-one counseling with an individual therapist as well as group therapy with a supportive community of peers in outpatient rehab. Individual therapy gives you an opportunity to expand on issues you’ve brought to the group. You’ll check in about your recovery goals and develop a close therapeutic relationship.
Group therapy at The Ranch provides valuable peer support. Group members hold you accountable in recovery and you’ll do the same for them. You’ll hone your interpersonal skills and gain new insights into yourself and how you relate to others.
The Ranch offers treatment options that help you get out of your head and re-land in your body. You’ll engage in recreational activities and learn how it relates to recovery. Activities might include adventure therapy such as a ropes course and other outdoor activities. These approaches help you reconnect the mind, body and spirit.
As you continue to show progress in outpatient addiction treatment, we’ll encourage you to become more and more independent.
The goal of our outpatient rehab is to provide you the skills and confidence you need for lifelong recovery. We want you to leave destructive behaviors behind for a life that is fulfilling and enjoyable. You’ll learn about resources that can help you long after residential treatment and outpatient rehab.
The Ranch outpatient treatment program team can connect you with:
The Ranch outpatient treatment program provides a strong home base as you navigate early recovery. Get expert guidance from specialists. Receive peer support from others in recovery who know what you’re going through. Call us today to learn more about our outpatient treatment program and treatment facility: 844-876-7680