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Outpatient Recovery Treatment

TRRN offers outpatient recovery treatment, and accepts most insurance plans or offers free treatment to uninsured patients through a grant program funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. Outpatient treatment allows patients to live at home and maintain employment while they engage in treatment.

Is Outpatient Treatment right for me?

Patients going through severe withdrawal during the initial detoxification process may need a higher level of care in an inpatient facility. After an initial evaluation our medical staff will make a determination if outpatient treatment is appropriate for you. Although we do not offer inpatient treatment, we will refer you to a local inpatient facility, and work with you as you transition to a more stable phase of your recovery when outpatient treatment is more appropriate.

Many patients can be managed in an outpatient setting even through the initial detox process. There are many factors that determine whether or not outpatient treatment is appropriate, and we encourage anyone who is interested in outpatient treatment to call or send us a confidential message to schedule an evaluation so that we may help you begin your recovery safely and comfortably.

What to Expect from our Outpatient Program

Outpatient drug rehab enables patients in recovery to pursue an independent life of sobriety. As previously stated, every patient's needs are different, but our outpatient program typically starts with frequent visits (varies from daily to weekly visits depending on your particular needs) as we help you transition through the detoxification and stabilization phase. During these visits we will manage your withdrawal and craving symptoms with medication and our licensed counselors will help you build the tools and knowledge you need to avoid relapse and successfully achieve long-term sobreity.

As you progress through your recovery, and acheive specific milestones that are monitored as a part of our novel treatment paradigm, your treatment plan will be adjusted and less frequent visits may be appropriate as you transition into the long-term phase of your recovery.

Many inpatient and outpatient treatment programs have fixed short-term time limitations, often ranging between 1-3 months. HOWEVER, a substantial number of medical studies have shown that the rate of relapse is 50%-80% following these relatively short treatment periods. Addiction is no different than all other chronic diseases (i.e., diabetes, heart disease, etc) in the sense that it must be managed and monitored continually, and we are committed to providing you with the long-term care you need to give you the best chance for long-term success.

Learn more about our outpatient treatment program, and call or send us a confidential message to schedule an appointment or find out more.


Program Overview

Focus on the Patient's Needs

Through our innovative approach, TRRN not only aims to address stressors, triggers, and conditioned drug behaviors, but in real-time adjusts an individual’s recovery plan to constantly reinforce personal accountability and success in recovery.

Individual Treatment

Every patient's history is different - different genetics, different family support structure, different socioeconomic background, different medical history. Whats more, every patient arrives at our facility in a slightly different motivational states. Our unique treatment approach embraces the idea that everyone is different, while remaining true to evidence based medical practices. We evaluate and track more than 15 different aspects of a patient's progress along the road to recovery. This means that we are able to fine-tune each patient's combination of medication and counselling, enabling them to recognize the choices, changes, and adjustments necessary to move towards a more positive lifestyle.

Judgement-Free Zone

You have the right to be treated with respect and dignity – not judged and stigmatized. No patient will ever be thrown out of our program. We do NOT view relapse as a failure or lack of commitment on your part. Just as with any chronic medical condition, a relapse is an indication that your treatment plan needs to be adjusted. By carefully monitoring your progress across multiple domains, our aim is to recognize a need for treatment adjustment before a relapse occurs, giving you the best chance for long-term recovery.