As one of few treatment centers in Alaska, Banyan Treatment Centers is dedicated to helping the Anchorage community recover from drug and alcohol abuse. As a leader in residential and outpatient addiction treatment with multiple facilities nationwide, we’re experienced in creating comprehensive and effective treatment plans for patients, no matter their substance use disorder. Below is more on the various outpatient treatment programs offered at our Anchorage rehab and how we can help you or a loved one achieve long-term sobriety.
What Is Outpatient Addiction Treatment?
Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment is a continuum level of care in which patients undergo therapy sessions during the day while continuing to live at home with their loved ones. Outpatient treatment is most appropriate for individuals who are medically stable, do not require 24-hour care or supervision, or who are transitioning out of a more intensive level of addiction treatment.
Substance use disorders are chronic, relapsing diseases that can be managed and treated with the right care and support. During outpatient treatment, patients at our Alaska rehab will undergo group and individual therapy sessions to address behaviors and emotions that have contributed to their drug or alcohol use disorders.
While some groups may focus on learning more about negative behaviors and emotions, others may be focused on certain skills training, such as learning how to set boundaries to sustain sobriety outside of rehab. Clients may also participate in classes designed to educate participants about the disease of addiction and the long-term impact of drugs and alcohol.
Our Anchorage Outpatient Treatment
Our Anchorage drug treatment is offered on an outpatient level of care designed to help patients develop a sober lifestyle outside of a facility. While inpatient addiction rehab requires patients to live at the facility 24/7, our outpatient rehab does not require patients to live at our facility.
Our services involve fewer hours of treatment and are less intensive overall than inpatient care, which is why it’s usually used as a step down from residential programs or for individuals who don’t require round-the-clock support or supervision.
Our outpatient Alaska substance abuse treatment is a good option for individuals seeking treatment who have responsibilities at home that prevent them from participating in an inpatient program. Because patients live at home while attending treatment during the day at our facility, it’s important that they have a strong support system at home, a stable living environment, and reliable transportation. During a clinical assessment, the clinical staff at Banyan Alaska can help each patient determine the best treatment plan for them, which includes deciding whether outpatient care is the best option.
Banyan’s Anchorage Substance Abuse Treatment
Our facility offers a variety of substance-specific treatment and psychotherapy programs to support clients through physical and mental recovery. We treat substance use disorders like:
- Alcohol Addiction
- Benzodiazepine Addiction
- Cocaine Addiction
- Heroin Addiction
- Methamphetamine Addiction
- Opioid Addiction
- Prescription Drug Addiction
We utilize psychotherapy programs like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), 12-step programs, and more to help clients develop communication and relapse-prevention skills necessary to sustain their sobriety at home. We also offer family therapy to promote individual healing and to ensure that clients have a strong support system at home.
No matter how long you’ve been battling drug or alcohol abuse, our Anchorage rehab is here to help. Contact Banyan Treatment Centers Alaska today to learn more about our addiction services and how we can support you or a loved one in recovery.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Alaska our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.