More often than not, those who are struggling with a substance use disorder are struggling with additional mental health concerns. For example, around 6 out of 10 people with a substance use disorder also have another mental health condition.
At Continuum Outpatient Center, our treatment program operates on a dual diagnosis model. What this means is that in addition to receiving treatment for substance use, treatment will also address any underlying mental health conditions.
We believe in the healing power of community, so most of our outpatient programs involve group sessions.
These sessions put individuals in touch with others who are embarking on a similar journey of healing. Group sessions are shame-free zones where patients can share their truths without judgment.
Practices like yoga and mindfulness help unify the mind and body. Self-expression, either through movement or art, can help patients rediscover who they are without substances.
At Continuum Outpatient Center, we hold space for individuals to express themselves authentically through yoga and art. Trauma-informed yoga classes and expressive art are a cornerstone of our outpatient programs.
Participating in an outpatient drug program provides individuals with the opportunity to both free themselves from substance abuse and completely change their life. Once patients start this journey of personal growth, the sky’s the limit for what they can accomplish.
At Continuum Outpatient Center, our outpatient programs are designed to:
Self-awareness is key to personal growth. Having self-awareness means knowing one’s self deeply. It’s the ability to identify one’s feelings, their causes, and what to do about them.
Developing self-awareness will also help individuals learn how to make decisions that are best for their health and well-being.
Our trauma doesn’t have to define us. While it may be painful to look back at, addressing trauma is key to personal growth and recovery.
Imagine for a moment what it would feel like to set down trauma and be at peace with it. Our approach to treatment empowers all of our patients to work through their past and achieve greater freedom.
Substance use disorder can cause major rifts in one’s relationships. The use of substances can lead individuals to act or do things that break the trust of their loved ones, things they otherwise would never do.
Our program is designed to help everyone heal their relationships with loved ones, learn better communication, and strengthen their interpersonal skills.
Substance use disorder does not have to control your life. Reclaim your story and come home to yourself by working with our compassionate and supportive team. We will work with you every step of the way during recovery.
Give us a call today to start your journey to reclaim your life.