Best Texas Outpatient Rehab Program for Men
Men may develop an addiction to drugs or alcohol due to various reasons such as family history, mental health issues, or peer pressure. Regardless of the cause, the outpatient program at The Last Resort Recovery is designed specifically to help men who have found themselves struggling with the disease of addiction.
If you or a loved one are ready to end your dependence on drugs or alcohol, call The Last Resort today. Our men’s outpatient rehab program in Texas is a unique and effective recovery experience featuring individualized treatment on our 55-acre ranch.
What is an Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program?
An outpatient addiction treatment program is a form of treatment that helps individuals struggling with substance abuse – but doesn’t require them to live on-site. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers adaptable treatment sessions for men on an outpatient basis. Every person in the program will receive at least 10 hours of treatment sessions per week. In addition, men take part in group and individual therapy sessions to develop the skills and coping mechanisms required to maintain sobriety.
Who is an Outpatient Program Designed For?
The Last Resort Recovery’s Outpatient Program is suitable for those in need of substance abuse treatment who do not require 24/7 monitoring. Our highly structured treatment center offers the accountability, evidence-based care, and client education necessary for lasting recovery. Since the Intensive Outpatient Program does not necessitate clients to reside at our residential treatment facility, it is ideal for men in need of flexible treatment options, such as men who:
- Are unable to stop working
- Are attending college or other higher-education courses
- Have family commitments or want to spend more time with friends and family
- Have an addiction that is considered less severe
- Are self-motivated to continue treatment
Outpatient addiction treatment programs are best for men with significant addiction recovery support at home and stabilized mental health issues. Friends and family members play a critical role in supporting men through their recovery journey.
The Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab
Inpatient rehab programs take place at a hospital or a 24/7 staff-monitored treatment facility with medical care. The duration of a residential treatment program is often one to three months and requires a person to live at the facility during this time. In general, inpatient rehab services include detox and residential programs, with medication management, and are designed to be the initial step in the recovery process.
In contrast, intensive outpatient rehab programs allow men to be in sober living or to continue living at home. Outpatient rehab centers and partial hospitalization programs allow men more flexibility, which may be needed to continue attending work or school. Men do not require medical supervision at this level of care. These programs are highly recommended after a client has completed inpatient rehab and will be discussed during the aftercare planning process.
The Last Resort’s admission specialists can help determine the best type of rehab program for you or your loved one through an evaluation.
The Benefits of Men’s Only Intensive Outpatient Programs
The drug or alcohol treatment process comes with many challenges for men. Some men experience difficulties learning to communicate emotions, effectively manage their anger, or deal with violent behaviors. Furthermore, romantic distractions from the opposite sex can impair successful recovery. The Last Resort Recovery offers specialized gender-specific treatment with these specific male concerns in mind.
Attending a men’s only Intensive Outpatient Program offers supportive recovery benefits that standard rehab centers may not provide. Our drug and alcohol treatment program helps men feel safe and secure, sharing in a place full of other men facing similar struggles. The Last Resort Recovery’s program is designed specifically for men and offers a safe environment where men can be more honest and open than in mixed-gender groups.
How Long is the Outpatient Program at Last Resort Recovery?
An outpatient treatment plan looks different from person to person. The length of time to attend our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) depends on a person’s individual recovery process and status. Based on progress, varying lengths of time may be recommended for each client, usually between 4 and 6 weeks.
Treatment Modalities Used at Our Men’s Outpatient Rehab Center
The Last Resort supports men on their path to healing through various treatment modalities. Our Intensive Outpatient Program offers group therapy, allowing men to share their experiences or struggles with peers who relate to their situation. During these sessions, clients develop meaningful connections and provide support for one another. While the men attend treatment, they build coping skills and receive the needed additional support for long-term sobriety.
In addition to group counseling sessions, men in our outpatient drug rehab will participate in individual counseling where they can safely share their experiences and feelings in a private session. Our patients work on their drug and alcohol addiction directly with our amazing therapist, gaining the needed life skills to overcome addiction.
Our outpatient treatment programs for drug or alcohol addiction also incorporate family therapy. Many treatment centers don’t offer this in the outpatient treatment plan, but here, our therapists believe this is an integral part of IOP and that the family must heal along with their loved one.
The Last Resort Recovery also offers educational lectures that provide helpful resources and education for men with substance use disorders. We utilize the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous, promoting sobriety through workable and actionable steps.
The Last Resort Offers the Accountability and Structure Men Need to Recover From Addiction
The Last Resort offers gender-specific treatment with flexible scheduling so men can recover from their addiction. Contact us today to learn how our outpatient programs can help you or a loved one overcome addiction.