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Best Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Tennessee

There are many reasons for a person to enter an outpatient rehab program, and our clients come from all walks of life. The recommended course of addiction treatment involves a supervised medical detox period, followed by a minimum of 30 days in inpatient rehab, then entering outpatient care.

At Resurgence, we know that not everybody has the flexibility in their life to do the full 30 days in Tennessee rehab, and we can work with you to figure out the best course of action, where you will still receive the care you need to remain sober after detox with the right support, clinical care, and connections to a sober community while you attend to your responsibilities at home.

Some indicators that you might be a good candidate for outpatient rehab at Resurgence include:

  • You have recently been through an inpatient rehab program
  • You do not have physical withdrawal symptoms or show other signs of relapsing
  • You feel motivated to work on yourself and continue your recovery, and are responsible and willing to show up to appointments and groups on your own
  • You live in a sober living home or have a supportive, sober-friendly household with people who will be there to help you if you need them
  • You have a good grasp on your mental health and other health issues, can take medications on time responsibly on your own, and do not require constant medical oversight

When you first leave residential rehab, you may feel strong and ready to take on the world, but once you return home you might need extra support and a continued treatment plan. Even though you have been equipped with new sobriety skills and healthy coping mechanisms, putting those plans into action in real-life scenarios may require some extra support.

Resurgence is the best outpatient alcohol and drug rehab for people living in Tennessee, because our outpatient programs provide peer groups, counseling, and therapy, using realistic methods and timelines to ensure you never feel pressured or rushed, and you will always have the support you need.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

 

What is Outpatient Rehab?

The purpose of outpatient rehab is to help you through tough times as you navigate your way through recovery. There will be ups and downs, and we want to be there for you, offering continued therapy and support as you run into triggers and stressful situations that may have you wanting to use drugs or alcohol again. Some common triggers include:

  • Conflict and fighting
  • Memories
  • Feeling a loss of control
  • Loneliness and boredom
  • Feeling judged or misunderstood
  • Emotional distress
  • Celebrations, parties, and holidays

With our continued support, as well as our alumni group, your sponsor, and other connections in the sober community, you will be supported in your sobriety for as long as you want to be. With our help, you can avoid relapsing.

What is Outpatient Alcohol Rehab?

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab is a continuation of inpatient rehab for alcohol addiction, but instead of living inside our facility, you will move back home, or into a sober living home, and continue your therapy and peer groups from there. We highly recommend outpatient care to anybody who is leaving a residential inpatient rehab program, to help you remain connected to a sober community, with continued care as you enter your life again, and are faced with all the triggers, habits, and temptations you left behind.

With our completely customizable and flexible program that can change with you as your needs change over time, our highly trained and educated staff, connections to sober living homes, and our alumni network can help you remain sober for the long term.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

What is Outpatient Drug Rehab?

Outpatient drug rehab is the continuation of the therapy and groups that you were attending in inpatient rehab as you move back into your regular life. Outpatient care is important for anybody who is an addict, as you will find yourself surrounded by the same people, situations, and triggers for drug use that are still there when you get home.

It is especially important for those who are struggling with opiate addiction and may still be having withdrawal symptoms, as these can recur long beyond the regular detox and rehab period. Our additional addiction support through the first few weeks or months may be the deciding factor for whether you relapse or not.

How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last?

The length of your outpatient rehab program is fully up to you and your comfort level. With Resurgence, your outpatient experience can last for as long as you need. As your requirements decrease and you begin to feel more confident living without drugs or alcohol, our program can change along with you. Many people begin in a more intensive program with full-time support in a sober home, but will later move home, go back to work, and begin to attend groups and therapy in the evenings, outside of their everyday schedule. Appointments and care will lessen in intensity and frequency as you become more comfortable in a gradual taper, there is no cut-off date.

Our goal is to provide you with continued support in as many ways as possible through therapy appointments, group sessions, and other voluntary alumni events and gatherings so you will always have somebody to reach out to.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Can You Work, Go To School & Raise A Family with Outpatient Rehab?

At Resurgence, we know that everybody has unique circumstances, and cannot always drop everything to go to rehab. This is why we offer the flexible Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

When you are in our Intensive Outpatient Program, you can still go to work or school, raise a family, or attend to any of your other responsibilities. We can work with you to schedule your treatments and group sessions around your life schedule. We can work with you, planning your days so you can maximize the benefits of our outpatient care while going about your regular life.

Some of the Resurgence locations even offer a virtual version of the IOP, (the Virtual IOP), where therapy and counseling happen online, over a telehealth system. This system is used when you do not live near an outpatient location but still want to receive the support and structure our IOP can provide. When you contact us, be sure to find out if our VIOP is offered at your location.

What is Outpatient Rehab Like?

At Resurgence, there are two main types of outpatient rehab you can enter, our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and our Partial Hospitalization Program.

For people who are leaving inpatient rehab, and are feeling nervous or overwhelmed about returning immediately to their normal life, the Partial Hospitalization Program is a good choice. It provides extra time and care, as you slowly adjust to life as a sober person living outside of our facility. You will move back home or into a sober living home, and then commute to our day program, where you will attend therapy and medical appointments, group sessions, and have full access to our amenities. You can come to the Resurgence outpatient facility near you for six hours a day, seven days a week if you want.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a more flexible program that is different for everybody. We can work with you to customize your treatments to meet your needs, your schedule, and your lifestyle. If you are ready to get back out there, live at home or in a sober home, and return to work, school, or your other responsibilities, the IOP might be right for you. We will work continuously alongside you to make sure you are receiving the right amount of care and support as your needs evolve. We can always increase or decrease the amount of care you receive as your needs change.

There is not just one way to do outpatient rehab. You can start in PHP, and then, after a few weeks transfer into an IOP. If you feel you need additional support while in the IOP, you can book additional therapy appointments or show up to one of our peer group meetings in our outpatient facility. We will help you, and offer continued support for as long as you need it.

Why Choose Resurgence For Outpatient Addiction Treatment?

With Resurgence’s outpatient addiction treatment programs, you will have:

  • Tailored, custom programming and structure for as long as you need it
  • Continued support is given in meetings and therapy
  • The knowledge that you are never alone in your recovery
  • Freedom to return to work, family, and school in a flexible program
  • The ability to try out your newly learned coping mechanisms in real-life scenarios, knowing you have a backup when needed
  • Access to the alumni network, where you can meet new people, attend new activities, and create new sober friendships, with the opportunity to support others in their recovery

The best part about our outpatient programs is that they are flexible, with no definitive timeline you must follow. We can alter the level of care we provide as your needs and preferences change. Whatever your needs are, we can change along with you, so you always get the amount of support you need to live confidently on your own as a sober individual.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Does your Insurance Cover Rehab?

At Resurgence, we accept most PPO insurance. Verify your insurance now.