Josh Chandler | October 15, 2021

Top Rated Outpatient Addiction Treatment West Hollywood

What Is Outpatient Addiction Treatment?

Muse Treatment provides top-rated outpatient addiction treatment in West Hollywood because of our dedication to treating substance abuse and mental health disorders. We help our patients maintain a long-term recovery through consistent support, integrated health and wellness treatments, and a continuum of care that leads each of our patients seamlessly through detox and rehab without having to transfer or get to know new care providers.

At Muse Treatment, we use a three-pronged approach for our outpatient addiction treatment programs:

1. Therapy – We use a combination of group and individual therapies to help you deal with the underlying issues that cause addiction, work through life and relationship problems, and heal your mind, body, and spirit through introspection and behavioral changes. Group therapy is helpful because it can work as a sounding board. You can brainstorm with others for solutions to problems, listening to others can put your life into perspective, and it can bring relief to hear that others in the group have the same issues as you. You can watch how others tackle their own problems, gaining new strategies to use in your own life.

Other groups at Muse Treatment include:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Expressive Therapy
  • Overcoming Trauma
  • Life Skills
  • Creative Outlets
  • Cinema Therapy
  • Community Group
  • Real Talk
  • Seeking Safety
  • First Step Timeline
  • Miracles in Recovery

Click here to call Muse Addiction Center today. Our staff is available 24/7 to provide answers and begin the admissions process. Call (800) 426-1818.

One-on-one therapy, also known as talk therapy or psychotherapy, is another type of therapy we provide. It is a process between you and a therapist in which you talk about issues, work on improving your quality of life, and figure out the underlying causes of your addiction. You can learn essential recovery skills in one-on-one therapy in stress management, developing healthy coping skills, and handling difficult situations. This type of therapy is also helpful in dealing with feelings of unhappiness and hopelessness. Art therapy and various recreational therapy options are also provided at Muse Treatment, along with educational lectures and seminars on topics like relapse prevention, nutrition, triggers, anger management, and effective communication.

2. Twelve-step integration – The traditional 12-step approach for addiction treatment is a valuable methodology for many of our patients, as it acknowledges your lack of power over addictions and compulsive behavior. It also helps you take stock of your life and enables you to recognize a higher power that can help you regain control over your life. You will be paired with a sponsor who will be there for you when times become difficult as you live your life without using drugs or alcohol. The guidelines set out by the founders of the 12-step program have a proven success rate for those with addictions, incorporating spirituality into the process for a fully holistic healing experience.

3. Case management – As substance use disorders can become barriers to employment, we will work with anybody who needs to fill in the gaps you have in your job-hunting skills. We use practice-based techniques to learn skills like interviewing, resume building, and organizational skills.

Self-sufficiency is an essential step toward living an independent, sober life, and employment can provide opportunities to meet new, sober friends, develop new social skills, establish financial independence, and give structure to each day. At Muse Treatment, we also offer educational and vocational counseling to help you decide which pathway you want to choose for your future work.

Types of Outpatient Treatment Programs

We offer two different types of outpatient rehab programs to our Muse Treatments:

  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): The Partial Hospitalization Program is a step down from full-time inpatient rehab in that you don’t live full-time inside our facility. However, you still spend whole days in treatment. You will live at home or in a sober living home and commute in up to seven days per week to attend groups, educational seminars, meetings, and appointments with therapists and medical personnel. The PHP is an excellent first step for those not in inpatient care but not yet ready for the freedom an entire outpatient program offers. You will receive guidance and support from expert staff, shifting your focus onto individual coping skills and accountability, with a balance between clinical care and personal responsibility. The PHP is best suited to people who have completed a medically assisted alcohol or drug detox program, are highly motivated in their own recovery, and are ready to learn and practice recovery skills in their life. These skills will assist in maintaining long-term, sustained recovery.
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): The Intensive Outpatient Program is more challenging to define, as it is a completely customized and flexible program, allowing for the space for you to hold a full or part-time job, go to school, and take care of other responsibilities you may have at home or in life. You can keep a regular daily routine, supplemented with plenty of sobriety support through group and individual therapy, scheduled in the evenings, on weekends, or whenever works around your busy life. The IOP is best suited for people who cannot leave their responsibilities for an extended period to go into inpatient rehab and who also have a strong support network at home in which you can find positive recovery support. Living in a sober living home (aka a halfway house) will also improve your odds of remaining in long-term recovery from addiction while in an outpatient program. We will provide a long-lasting community of sober support that you can count on when things become difficult, and the IOP offers opportunities for you to forge positive friendships with other people in recovery. A healthy support system will provide alternatives when presented with challenges or temptations.

Outpatient Drug Rehab West Hollywood

Drug addiction can take many forms and happen for many reasons. Through our West Hollywood medically assisted detox program and outpatient rehab program, you will be able to work towards your sobriety in a customized, integrated treatment program.

At Muse Treatment’s top-rated outpatient addiction treatment facility in West Hollywood, our outpatient programs give opportunities to foster healthy, sober friendships and teach and reinforce the skills learned during recovery. We offer support in many forms, and you can remain in outpatient care for as long as you need. There is no end date to our aid.

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Treatment West Hollywood

Alcohol addiction requires a medical detox before outpatient rehab can begin, as withdrawal symptoms can become overwhelming and even dangerous if not overseen by medical professionals. Once detox ends and you are deemed ready and physically able to take part in outpatient care, our team will work with you to create a customized, integrated program that will best work for you and fit into your life.

If you are dedicated to the hard work it will take and ready to tap into your innate resiliency when times become difficult, then contact us today. Alcohol addiction is treatable through outpatient care. We offer full support as you gain recovery skills and learn to put them to use in real-world scenarios.

The Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient rehab is the topmost recommended method for beating severe drug or alcohol addiction. The benefits of residential care include being physically removed from all temptations, enablers, and the stress of your everyday life. You will be surrounded by a supportive community, medical care workers, and trained counselors who can help you at any time, day or night. For this reason, inpatient rehab may be best for people with serious addictions, people with co-occurring mental health conditions, or people who have a high risk of relapsing.

Outpatient care provides you with more freedom. You can come and go as you please, and you can remain in the comfort of your own home. Anybody who completes an inpatient program is also recommended to move into outpatient rehab for a smoother transition back into their life with full support from our team.

The benefits of outpatient care at Muse Treatment include:

  • A fully customized, flexible schedule that allows you to return to work, family, and school.
  • Continued structure and support through meetings and therapy tailored to your individual needs as you live your life.
  • The ability to apply newly learned coping mechanisms to real-life scenarios with continued professional support.
  • Access to a new, sober community, surrounded by like-minded individuals.
  • Never feeling alone in your recovery.

At Muse Treatment, we will complete a full medical and psychiatric screening, as well as an in-depth interview when you first enter our facility to gather information on your overall health and level of addiction. This information will help us determine whether time in inpatient rehab is necessary and whether outpatient care is proper for you. Your program will be customized to your individual needs so you can get the best possible care, allowing you to heal your mind, body, and spirit, and achieve long-term sobriety. Contact us today at (800) 426-1818 to learn more about Muse Treatment, the top-rated outpatient addiction treatment center in West Hollywood.

Outpatient Rehab,Treatment,
Josh Chandler
Josh Chandler
After growing up in Chicago and North Carolina, Josh chose to get help with substance use disorder and mental health in California because of the state's reputation for top-tier treatment. There, he found the treatment he needed to achieve more than five years of recovery. He's been in the drug and alcohol addiction rehab industry for four years and now serves as the Director of Admissions for Resurgence Behavioral Health. Josh remains passionate about the field because he understands that one phone call can alter the course of a person's life.


Research | Editorial
Call Now, We Can Help
Call Now Button (800) 426-1818