Our Outpatient care is the least restrictive and final level of care at Victory Bay. This program is usually a minimum of 4 weeks, with 4-6 hours of treatment per week that include 3 groups and 1 individual session (usually in the evening). This level of care is usually a follow-up support and maintenance program and is attained once the client has completed the requirements for the IOP level of care. An individual in Outpatient care learns to identify support systems that they can utilize once they step back into “the real world.”
During this final level of care, our drug & alcohol rehab center in NJ will work closely with outpatient clients and assure that they are prepared to re-enter society having developed better coping skills and life skills. Each client will receive a customized aftercare program including 12-step meeting schedules, housing suggestions, healthy dietary habits, and much more to help plan their post-treatment life.
Addiction Is a Family Affair: Recovery Can Be Too
Active addiction affects everyone in a person’s circle – especially close family members. As a newly sober person learns to live in recovery, the family must adjust as well and members often need help and support too. Victory Bay provides bi-weekly family meeting and family counseling sessions (when appropriate) that address the family system and ways to work together during this transition from active addiction to recovery. Our Victory Bay clinical staff members also contact family members on a weekly basis to provide updates, information, and support.
Knowledgable Staff That Cares
The staff at Victory Bay has many years of experience dealing with substance use and its many facets. What sets us above and beyond is how our staff truly cares about each client and devises a treatment plan based on the individual’s unique needs. We tailor our treatment modalities to each client’s specific goals and choose techniques based on the best approach for their particular issue. Our rehabilitation center in NJ even utilizes individual, group, and family therapy as well as specialized therapies like art and music to provide a unique and holistic recovery path.