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Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Orange County, CA


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Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab at Hotel California by the sea provides services to any person seeking a solution to their problems with alcohol and drugs in a safe and structured environment. Outpatient alcohol rehab is ideal for those who are either transitioning from inpatient rehab, or who are in need of a more flexible approach to treatment in order to continue in their professional and personal lives.

Our outpatient alcohol rehab in Southern California provides a flexible option for those in early recovery. Individuals can adapt their treatment schedule around their unique responsibilities at work and at home. Our outpatient drug and alcohol rehab is the recommended less-intensive level of care after a client is discharged from a detoxification or inpatient rehab facility.

Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program Overview

Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab at Hotel California by the Sea includes the “Partial Hospitalization Program” (PHP) and the “Intensive Outpatient Program” (IOP). These levels of care range from one to five days per week and vary in therapeutic intensity.

In the outpatient drug and alcohol rehab setting, clients can continue with the plan laid out by their clinical team at the start of their stay at inpatient rehab.

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Clients can expect the following in outpatient alcohol rehab:

  • Career counseling and educational planning
  • Direct access to client advocates
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Art Therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Anger management counseling
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Family therapy
  • Case management sessions

Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center in Orange County, California

Those attending our inpatient rehab and outpatient program in Orange County, CA are surrounded with resources and support as a result of the hundreds of 12-step meetings taking place here daily.

How Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Helps

Outpatient rehab in Southern California at HCBTS is a continuation of the  inpatient rehab program; it provides the structure and accountability necessary to help people recover from substance use disorders. Our outpatient alcohol rehab facility serves men and women of any age over 18. Outpatient alcohol and drug rehab surrounds recovering addicts and alcoholics with a central support system and like-minded peers.

HCBTS’ outpatient alcohol rehab’s carefully planned treatment for each individual has produced real success stories from past clients, and we’re proud of that work

Those who have a secondary mental health diagnosis tend to succeed in an outpatient drug and alcohol rehab program. Outpatient addiction treatment is recommended for those with co-occurring mental health conditions. By addressing psychological conditions and substance use disorders simultaneously, patients have an increased probability of maintaining their recovery.

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After Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Rehab

HCBTS believes that a systematic step-down process generates the best outcome for our clients. Prior to discharge, clients meet with an aftercare coordinator to ensure their next steps are properly in place.

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Get Help at HCBTS: Inpatient Rehab & Outpatient Programs

Hotel California by the Sea accepts most insurance plans. Contact us for a free verification of insurance benefits and more information about our programs!

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The road to recovery is full of uncertainty, leave your worries behind…
Our compassionate staff will answer all of your questions without any pressure. Learn about our evidence-based drug addiction treatment and rehab, the ease of entering our program, and the benefits of getting help from a reputable addiction treatment facility like Hotel California by the Sea.

Every member of our admissions team has been where you are today – be sure to ask them about their journey!