Texas Women’s Outpatient Rehab Program
Best Women’s Outpatient Rehab Program in Texas
Navigating the path of recovery from drug or alcohol abuse can be a complex journey, especially for women. At The Fullbrook Center, our outpatient program is tailored to meet the unique challenges women face. Here, we blend 12-step recovery with trauma-focused care so the women we treat can heal not just from their addiction but from its root causes.
If you or a loved one are ready to end your dependence on drugs or alcohol or are looking for ongoing care after inpatient treatment, call The Fullbrook Center today. Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) in Kerrville, TX, offers a unique and effective recovery experience, including individualized treatment plans and trauma-focused care to help women recover from substance abuse.
Call our women’s outpatient rehab program in Texas and start your recovery journey today!
What is an Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program?
An outpatient addiction treatment program is a form of treatment that helps women struggling with substance abuse – but doesn’t require them to reside on-site. These intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are often a good fit for women who have just completed inpatient treatment and need continued support in their recovery journey. Women in these programs participate in various group sessions like relapse prevention, addiction education, and group therapy. IOPs also offer individual therapy sessions to develop the skills and coping mechanisms required to overcome their drug addiction or alcoholism.
Who is an Outpatient Program Designed For?
Outpatient programs are suitable for women in need of substance abuse treatment who do not require 24/7 monitoring. They offer the accountability, evidence-based care, and education necessary for lasting recovery. Since outpatient programs do not require women to reside at our residential treatment facility, it is ideal for those in need of flexible treatment options, such as those who:
- Have completed residential treatment
- 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
- Are motivated to continue treatment
Outpatient addiction treatment programs are best for women with significant addiction recovery support at home and stabilized mental health issues. Friends and family members play a critical role in supporting women 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, outpatient rehab programs allow women to be in sober living or to continue living at home. Outpatient rehab centers allow for more flexibility, which may be needed to continue attending work or school. Women do not require medical supervision at this level of care. These programs are highly recommended after women have completed inpatient rehab and will be discussed during the aftercare planning process.
The Fullbrook Center’s admission specialists can help determine the best type of rehab program for you or your loved one through an evaluation.
The Benefits of Women’s Only Intensive Outpatient Programs
The drug or alcohol treatment process comes with many challenges. Some women experience difficulties learning to communicate, effectively manage or understand their emotions, or are dealing with unresolved past traumas. These issues can all benefit from the behavioral therapy we have implemented into our recovery programs.
Attending an intensive outpatient program offers supportive services that standard rehab centers may not provide. A drug and alcohol treatment program helps women feel safe and secure, sharing in a place full of other individuals facing similar struggles. The program is designed to provide personalized treatment and offers a safe environment where participants can be more honest and open than in typical group therapy sessions.
How Long Is an Outpatient Program?
An outpatient treatment plan looks different from person to person. The length of time a person participates in an intensive outpatient program depends on the individual’s recovery process and status. Based on progress, varying lengths of time may be recommended for each woman. This decision is reached through consultation with both the client and their outpatient therapist.
Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Designed for Women
Treatment Modalities Used at Our Women’s Outpatient Rehab Centers
The Fullbrook Center supports recovering women on their path to healing through various treatment modalities and resources. For example, an intensive outpatient program offers group therapy, allowing women to share their experiences or struggles with peers who relate to their situation, and is an excellent option for an aftercare plan. During these sessions, women develop meaningful connections and provide support for one another. Those who attend treatment sessions build coping skills and receive the needed additional support for long-term sobriety.
In addition to group counseling sessions, participants in an outpatient drug rehab will be provided individual counseling where they can safely share their experiences and feelings in a private session. Women work on their alcoholism and drug addiction directly with a therapist, gaining the needed life skills to overcome addiction.
Our women’s IOP program offers various evidence-based therapies and holistic treatment options, including:
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Trauma therapy
- Experiential therapy
- Art therapy
- 12 step principles
- Relapse prevention strategies
- Mindfulness practices
- Addiction education
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
At The Fullbrook Center, we don’t just look at your alcohol addiction or drug abuse history. We take it a step further and take a deep dive into the underlying trauma that has exacerbated the symptoms of your addiction. With our highly trained therapists, we take pride in helping women heal from unresolved trauma and find long-term sobriety through holistic treatment.
Our Outpatient Addiction Program Provides the Accountability & Structure Women Need to Fully Recover
Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs offer flexible scheduling and individualized assistance for women recovering from addiction. Through various treatment modalities, we provide women with a unique and proven treatment experience.
Contact us today to learn about how our intensive outpatient program can help you or a loved one overcome addiction.