Glendale CA Alcohol/Substance Abuse – Day Treatment Outpatient Programs Updated

There is a wide range of treatment options available today for individuals suffering from addictions, and finding a program that matches their lifestyle can make recovery easier for both the patient and their families. The updated partial hospitalization program from Aim 4 Recovery allows patients to continue living at home while also receiving the support they need every day from highly trained experts.

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Clients in Glendale, CA, can enroll in the updated day treatment program if they wish to keep up their commitments at home or in the workplace, while still attending several hours of counseling per day. Group sessions are held 5 – 6 days per week and can last anywhere from 5 to 8 hours each.

While the programs are called “partial hospitalization,” there is no hospitalization involved, and the term refers to their partial time spent at the rehabilitation facility. Day treatment programs do not include constant supervision and are only suggested for clients who are at low risk of a relapse.

To enroll in a day treatment program, clients may be required to complete a detox program, regularly attend group sessions, show evidence of consistent improvement, and abstain from alcohol or substance use. Patients in these programs may receive medication management and will be assisted in developing the skills required to maintain their sobriety long-term.

The facility also offers a full range of other treatment options, including intensive outpatient programs for clients who need extra help with their recovery. Intensive outpatient programs also allow clients to stay in their own homes and continue working if they wish, while offering morning, afternoon, and evening counseling sessions.

Aim 4 Recovery has over 30 years of success using evidence-backed approaches and takes a holistic approach to treatment that aims to correct the root causes of the problem. Through their facility, clients can access 12-step programs, anger management, drug testing, as well as several types of individual and group therapy.

A spokesperson for the company said, “Asking for help is the first step in addiction treatment recovery. We understand how difficult this must be. But, you don’t have to go it alone. We are here for you and your loved ones.”

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AIM 4 Recovery
AIM 4 Recovery

312 Allen Avenue

United States

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