Outpatient Alcohol Rehab CT
If you, or a loved one, believe you have an issue with your alcohol use, or if your alcohol use has led to a host of other problems impacting your life, you should contact our outpatient alcohol rehab professionals at New Era Rehabilitation in Connecticut in the locations New Haven or Bridgeport for the help you need.
Call our direct number – 203-344-0025 – to speak with a Mental Health or Alcohol Abuse Program specialist if you would like help or further information.
You’re Ready for Alcohol Treatment and Rehabilitation Help
You’ve taken the first step in what hopefully will be an enduring and joy-restoring alcohol treatment and rehabilitation recovery. It can’t be emphasized enough how hard taking that first step is. Actually, first two steps. The first step is admitting you need help. The second is starting to look for information on getting help.
Those are two huge steps and you should be commended.
The next step isn’t as hard, but it is still a big decision. Where do you get the help you need?
New Era Rehabilitation makes that choice easy because we are the right choice for your recovery needs. This isn’t an attempt to sell you something we don’t provide or can’t deliver on. Our number one concern is ensure you receive quality care to reverse the course of addiction and sets you on a path to sobriety. Our goal is to give you the tools to succeed on this journey.
At New Era Rehabilitation, you’ll find a center and staff that:
- Restores hope and joy where frustration, anger, and loneliness have flourished
- Recognizes that every recovery journey is unique to each individual, and so should their treatment plan
- Provides the privacy, patience, and respect for the dignity you’ll need as this process unfolds
You’ve taken the first steps into a brighter, happier tomorrow. Let us help you keep that progress moving forward.
Outpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation at New Era CT
When you first start doing the research on the type of help you may need, the level of care and options can often be overwhelming and hard to distinguish.
- What’s the difference between detox and inpatient treatment?
- What’s the difference between inpatient and outpatient?
- Why does my program last longer than others?
These are just samples of the many questions you may have running through your mind. And these and those other many questions are completely normal to wonder about.
For most seeking care for prolonged alcohol misuse, outpatient alcohol rehabilitation has proven to be the most effective treatment for long-lasting recovery.
What Are The Differences between Inpatient and Outpatient Care
To make this easier, let’s start with what you can expect from us at the very beginning. Before any official enrollment occurs, you’ll receive a free consultation with a member of our staff. During this consultation, we’ll take into account your current situation, including your history with alcohol, current status, concerns, and ultimately your goals. From this, a treatment plan will start to be developed that will outline the best course for you to safely quit alcohol while instilling a sense of continuing temperance.
If we believe detoxification is necessary, it’ll come to light during this consultation. So will the need for other recommended treatment, such as inpatient or outpatient care.
The thing to remember is every person’s situation is different. As a result, so is the level of care they need to recover.
Long-time alcohol users who have physically become dependent may need a period of detoxification to safely clear the body of the alcohol while also mediating any physical and mental complications that can occur during this process. Another way to think of detox is that it’s proactive and preventive care.
Detox is not a recovery program all on its own. The recovery programs you’ll probably be recommended for will more than likely be inpatient or outpatient. The main difference is with inpatient care, you’ll stay at one of our facilities for a period of time to ensure you safely transition off of alcohol but also get firm traction in the recovery process in a full-time caring and protective environment.
With outpatient care, you’ll still receive care in a protective environment; you’ll just be able to go home after your treatment sessions. In outpatient treatment, you’ll also receive a structured rehabilitation plan that requires attendance at frequent individual and group therapy sessions that are more robust than the help one might receive from attending individual counseling or support groups alone.
Most clients that receive inpatient care later transition to outpatient care. Not everyone who comes to New Era, though, starts with a period of inpatient care. Remember, though, these are options, and a tailored plan fit for your needs will be the one recommended to you.
Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation
Outpatient rehabilitation is often the most successful form of recovery treatment for alcohol precisely because it lasts longer, provides more structure, while also focusing on resolving underlying issues that have led to addiction and at the same time, providing a deeper education on addiction and recovery techniques as a whole.
That’s a long way of saying it lasts longer, provides deeper insights over an extended period of time, while also formulating a long-term recovery approach you can utilize for years to come.
Benefits of outpatient alcohol rehabilitation also include:
- Overall wellness improves faster
- You can heal at home in a place of comfort, surrounded by loved ones
- Helps return a sense of normalcy to everyday living
- Educates you on your condition and how to recognize urges, cravings, and triggers
- Helps you understand you’re not alone, but you are unique
- Teaches you to build a support network, resist relapse, and develop positive coping mechanisms
With outpatient rehabilitation, you’ll receive the treatment you need to break free of alcohol and maintain sobriety.
Reach Out, We’re Ready to Help In Your Alcohol Rehabilitation Journey
If you’d like more information regarding our Outpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation Connecticut program or are ready for more help, please contact us. For further assistance, New Era also provides drug rehab center, family counseling, group therapy, intensive outpatient program, opioid therapy, outpatient counseling, psychiatrist and substance abuse therapy services in Connecticut in – Bridgeport and New Haven.