How Brightside Recovery’s Addiction Treatment Can Help
There are several routes to overcoming drug dependency and addiction including one-on-one therapy, intensive outpatient group programs, and accessibility to medication-assisted treatment, if you desire.
Brightside Recovery’s experienced professionals meet with you to discuss treatment options and decide what path is best for your recovery. The best part is knowing you will have our team by your side from the moment you connect with us, during your recovery process and after the completion of your treatment plan through alumni networks and continuous care programs.
We understand how daunting recovery can be which is why we have the best team to assist you. At Brightside Recovery you are not alone.
Brightside Recovery is the leader in addiction treatment with customized intensive outpatient treatment programs and one-on-one therapy for all substance abuses including alcohol, benzodiazepines including Xanax, cannabis, heroin, prescription opioids, stimulants including cocaine and meth.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) like Brightside Recovery, are treatment programs used to address substance abuse issues that do not require detoxification or round-the-clock supervision. An IOP can enable patients to continue with their normal, day-to-day lives in a way that residential treatment programs do not. Whereas residential treatment requires that clients reside on-site, clients in intensive outpatient programs live at home. Learn more about the Intensive Outpatient Program at Brightside Recovery now.
Outpatient treatment allows our clients to keep living their lives, uninterrupted, while receiving treatment. Outpatient care has many benefits, including the ability to continue working and living from home. This kind of treatment is common after attending a residential program and/or an IOP. The therapy sessions in our outpatient program are based on your schedule.
More often than not, addiction is fueled by a co-occurring disorder. Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and much more can be the root cause of addiction, and in order to recover from substance abuse, these conditions need to be treated. Our dual diagnosis program ensures long-lasting sobriety by treating the entire person, instead of just one issue. Our individualized treatment ensures you get the exact care you need.