Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient Drug Rehab and Counseling are based on the client’s desires and are built on the strengths of the client. Because everyone has a unique story and experience, we strategically identify a method of Counseling tailored to the individual.

We focus on goals such as improving self-awareness, creating healthy boundaries, and practical communication skills. Some of the greatest tools you can acquire during your time in outpatient rehab are coping mechanisms to help deal with the stressors of everyday life and the ability to learn more about the benefits of self-reflection.
While our Outpatient Drug Rehab can be very eclectic and psychodynamic in our approach to recovery, we rely heavily on cognitive behavioral therapy. During your time at our outpatient rehab, you will explore ways to change thoughts derived from thinking patterns, belief systems, emotions, and actions that reinforce negative results.
Outpatient rehab is an excellent way to assist and guide clients in the resolution of personal, social, and psychological issues that have led to substance use disorders and addictions.
Outpatient Rehab
Through the use of psychotherapy and holistic modalities, we can help clients decrease, manage, and/or eliminate the troubling symptoms of mental health issues that complicate the navigation of daily life.
Outpatient Drug Rehab with AACS Counseling is the perfect fit for individuals who would like help with their issues but find themselves lacking in the time to fully invest in something like a residential treatment program or an Intensive Outpatient Program. Outpatient Drug Rehab simply refers to a lesser degree of time spent in a program throughout the week. A Residential Program typically lasts 30 days or more and is a 24/7 undertaking. An Intensive Outpatient Program is one that is done for multiple days throughout the week, but the individual is still living at home and is capable of still being part of a large portion of their normal everyday lifestyle. An Outpatient Drug Rehab program is normally between one and three days a week where the individual attends courses but is still living from home. These individuals are tested randomly throughout the program to ensure compliance and as a secondary deterrent to relapse. AACS Counseling makes sure to tests individuals in short enough time frames and irregularly enough that it truly becomes impossible for an individual to use during their stay in the Outpatient Drug Rehab.
Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient Drug Rehab​

Due to the events of the year 2020 many facilities have had to adapt their programs to deal with the varieties of precautions that are now necessary due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Whereas our Outpatient Drug Rehab Programs used to always be done in person, AACS Counseling has changed with the time and moved into the future of treatment during times of health uncertainty. I am simply referring to the new treatment modality referred to as virtual. Virtual Conferencing has mad Outpatient Drug Rehab doable for just about anyone anywhere. If you are afraid to leave home due to the uncertainty of the world and you health then we can provide you with the tools to safely combat issues of substance use from the comfort of your own home. All of our sessions are available in either a real life setting or virtually. We follow the guidelines placed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and abide by the guidelines of whatever state you may find us in. Do not let the pandemic be as reason that you do not seek treatment.

The Covid-19 pandemic not only destroyed the lives of millions of people and tore down our economies, but it had a very real effect upon the mental health of society. This uptick in mental health issues can both be the cause and caused by the increase of substance use throughout the world. All forms of substance use saw significant rises throughout the pandemic and have since continued in an alarming fashion.
The stress and anxiety of an uncertain world has caused many to reach for the bottle, the bag, or the dealer to provide them with a necessary fix for their ongoing problems.
Maybe when the pandemic started you found yourself ordering food more often than normal. You were watching movies and staying home trying to stay safe and when you would normally just wait for a weekend or a party to have a cocktail you thought to yourself what harm in having one and watching a movie on your own. You’re an adult and you can do what you want. For many individuals this is how it begins. The drink, the pill, or the smoke is simply a diversion from a pretty normal disagreement with reality which can be referred to as “Boredom.”

Contrary to popular belief you do not have to be an extremely depressed, abused, or mentally broken individual to find yourself in the throes of a substance use issue. Most people will start and eventually find themselves out of control when the only thing they were dealing with was the fact that they were bored. “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop” as some would say. Or perhaps you had a car accident and were given some pain killers to help you with the intensity of the hurt you were feeling. Maybe when you took them for the first time they fixed more than just the aches and pains. A month or two down the line and taking one pill every four hours isn’t doing it anymore, and now you know you can’t lie and tell the doctor your dog ate your prescription so you find someone from your work who you think might be able to help you find some a street pharmacy. There are many ways to begin but few ways to finish. Let AACS Counseling start you on the journey to freedom. Call us to start your Outpatient Drug Rehab at 800-683-7745 today.

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