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Outpatient Rehab in Kansas City

If you are thinking that outpatient rehab may be the choice for helping you during recovery, then consider this information as you make your decision.

What Is Outpatient Rehab?

In outpatient rehab, you participate in a treatment program for your addiction and continue to live at home. You attend treatment with a more flexible schedule that can support your school, work and family obligations — and costs tend to be lower because you live at home. With outpatient rehab, you are responsible for maintaining your sobriety during the hours you are not in treatment.

Is outpatient rehab right for me?

Outpatient rehab can be appropriate for you if:

  • You have a diagnosis of a mild substance use disorder
  • You have some consistency and stability with your sobriety. 
  • You have some consistency and stability with your sobriety. 
  • You have available support in the community and your home
  • Your life responsibilities (such as work, school or family) would make it difficult to attend a higher level of treatment

What To Expect In Our Medical Detox Program

In outpatient treatment, you will go through an assessment and evaluation to develop your specific treatment plan. You will also learn about your addiction, how to cope with life stressors and maintain sobriety. 

You will receive supportive treatment from a team of professionals and retain the flexibility and comfort of living at home. Treatments include:

Individual and group therapy

Expert medical care

Medication management

Treatment for co-occurring disorders

Speak With Admissions

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction or you’ve tried to stop using drugs and alcohol on your own and couldn’t, reach out to an intake coordinator today. With our help, you can take the first step toward a drug and alcohol-free life.

Using Insurance for Outpatient Rehab

The Recovery Village Kansas City accepts most insurance plans, and most insurance providers cover some or all addiction treatment costs. Our team will work with you to verify your benefits and discuss payment arrangements with you.

FAQs About Outpatient Rehab

How long is outpatient rehab?

The length of time for treatment varies based on the individual. Most people remain in treatment for an average of one to three months. Some people do stay in treatment for up to one year.

Does outpatient rehab include detox?

Outpatient treatment at our facility does not include detox from alcohol or drugs. If you need detox, you would complete the program first and then attend outpatient treatment, if appropriate.

Does outpatient rehab work?

Many people find success in achieving and maintaining recovery with outpatient rehab. While there is not a cure for addiction, when looking at a successful episode of treatment, it is important to consider positive changes in all areas of life. You may also want to look at how your mental and physical health, relationships, job or school performance and length of time between relapses have improved.

Is transportation provided for outpatient rehab?

Our facility does not provide transportation. You will need to make transportation arrangements or drive yourself to and from your treatment appointments.

How can I pay for outpatient rehab?

Your insurance may cover all or part of your treatment. You may still need to pay portions based on your insurance plan, deductible and copayment needs. If you do not have insurance or we do not accept your insurance plan, we can discuss private payment options and arrangements with you.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

While situations may vary from state to state, there are laws and regulations to protect you from losing your job to attend rehab. You can also schedule your outpatient appointments around your work hours when possible.

Explore Other Levels of Care

The Recovery Village Kansas City offers a full continuum of care. From inpatient or residential treatment to outpatient rehab, we help you find the appropriate level of care to meet your individual needs.