When an individual finally makes the decision to attend treatment, it can feel like a devastating blow to their life. If it’s their first treatment attempt then they may feel like they have let down their family, friends, and themselves by allowing their addiction to get to the point where professional help was necessary. They may look at their need for treatment as a failure and they may carry a great deal of shame and guilt about their alcoholism or addiction.

If they have been to treatment before and relapsed then these feelings can be magnified. Hopelessness can set in fairly quickly and they can begin to think that nothing they do will ever work. They look at other people in the treatment center or in recovery and they may start to think that there is something inherently wrong with them, because they keep winding up back in treatment time and time again.

The important thing to remember if you can relate to any of this— is that you are not a failure for needing to seek treatment, nor are you a failure if you have needed to attend treatment more than once. Alcoholism and addiction are incredibly powerful illnesses that cannot be combatted alone and are illnesses that are not easily dealt with. So no matter what your mind or anyone else may tell you, attempting to get sober on your own is a losing proposition because you suffer from an illness that centers in your mind and seeks to use your thoughts against you. What this means is that without outside intervention it is often times impossible to discern the truth from the false and even more difficult to avoid temptation.

At JourneyPure Bowling we understand this, and that is why we offer different levels of care in order to help you along the way in your quest for recovery. We offer services that are more intensive, for individuals who are newly sober or have been struggling with addiction for years, and we have programs that aid in the continuing recovery process, such as our outpatient rehab in Kentucky.

What Is Outpatient Rehab In Kentucky?

Outpatient, the kind of which we offer at our outpatient rehab in Kentucky is a form of substance abuse treatment that is usually once a week but can be more depending on the individual and the facility. It is considered to be the least intensive form of addiction treatment and it is usually the last step in a person’s treatment program.

Patients who attend our outpatient rehab in Kentucky more times than not have completed our other programs, and now that they have made it through all of the steps and are living and working outside of the confines of treatment, they do not need as much care as they did when they first got sober.

However, just because they are not under the threat of relapse and they have started to build a life for themselves does not mean that they won’t from time to time need the added support that an outpatient program can offer.

What we have found is that the longer that our patients are engaged with JourneyPure Bowling Green the better their chances of sustained recovery are. The reason for this, we believe, is that by slowing stepping our outpatient rehab in Kentucky clients down in their levels of care, we give the time and space that they need to adjust to a life of recovery. They are not just thrust back into their lives without the tools they need to be successful, but rather they are slowly released, as we help them all along the way.

Why Enroll In An Outpatient Rehab in Kentucky?

Treatment for addiction and mental health disorders is an ongoing process that requires continual support. If you have successfully completed a residential or inpatient program in the past, our outpatient program is a great way to maintain progress so the threat of relapse is reduced significantly.

Additionally, we have designed flexible programs to make treatment accessible to those who have work or familial obligations preventing them from an inpatient stay. Our expert staff developed this program with the goal of helping individuals improve their capacity to form healthy attachments to themselves & others while also allowing them to discover their own unique form of spirituality. If time constraints are keeping you from the help you deserve or you are seeking ongoing treatment, call our center today. We will accommodate your specific needs and schedule so you can get on the path to a better life.

Who Can Attend an Outpatient Rehab in Kentucky?

We uniquely developed this program for both men and women over the age of 18 years who are struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, co-occurring disorders, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and depression. The duration of your enrollment in our outpatient program is entirely dependent on you, and your individual needs and desires.

What treatments are Used?

Individuals enrolled in our program will partake in a combination of research-based therapies, while obtaining a grounding in a traditional 12-step program. Our scientifically supported integrated dual diagnosis disorder treatment approach has been tailored to be trauma-informed and gender-specific. Our team utilizes a variety of evidence-based experiential therapies to ensure patients receive the most well-rounded treatment so long-term recovery can be sustained.

Finding The Right Outpatient Rehab in Kentucky

If you think that you or your loved one may have a problem with drugs or alcohol and you believe that they need an outpatient rehab in Kentucky then call the professionals at JourneyPure Bowling Green today. Our trained, caring, and knowledgeable staff is standing by to help you in any way that they can. They know exactly what it is that you are currently going through and they want nothing more but to help you through this trying time. Please give us a call today.

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