Top-Rated Outpatient Drug Rehab Center for Residents of Thousand Oaks

Outpatient rehab is an effective way to treat drug addiction. At Muse, we offer treatments and therapies that are among the best-known evidence-based methods of treating addiction. In the outpatient setting, you have access to all of these treatments but in a way that you can carry on with your daily responsibilities uninterrupted.

Our top-rated outpatient drug rehab center for residents of Thousand Oaks is an ideal way for people who are struggling with substance use disorder (SUD) to get professional help when they still need to go to work, school, or take care of kids. It’s also an excellent way to receive transitional treatment after inpatient rehab as you learn to adjust to your mainstream life again with all of the support and benefits of treatment to back you up.

The outpatient treatment services that we offer to residents of Thousand Oaks can help you to beat addiction to drugs and adjust to a life that is not only sustainable but one that can fulfill you without the constant oppression of SUD.


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Drug Rehab That Allows You to Still Go to Work & School

When people think of rehab, they often think of staying in a rehab center during recovery. While this may be ideal in many cases, you can’t always miss school or skip work to be able to stay in an inpatient program. This is where outpatient rehab can make all the difference in the world; you can still get life-changing treatments such as medical detox, behavioral therapies, and holistic types of treatments while being able to go to work and school.

It is one of the two main reasons why people use outpatient rehab as their addiction treatment solution; being able to remain autonomous. The other reason is to be able to benefit from transitional care after inpatient rehab to allow for a smoother transition from intensive inpatient rehab to your normal life.

Benefits of Outpatient Drug Rehab

The most significant benefit of outpatient rehab is that you will be able to take advantage of the treatments that can help you to break the hold of physical addiction and then, through behavioral therapy and alternative treatments, create a life that is drug-free and sustainable. All of this can be achieved while still being in a position to go to school or work as normal.

Being in an outpatient program can make it possible to receive support from your loved ones. The support that you can get from your family and friends that want to help you succeed with your recovery can play an important role, especially if you have close friends and family members who offer ample support.

By being in our outpatient program and taking part in some of your normal day-to-day responsibilities, it offers you a chance to put the relapse prevention skills into practice in real-world situations. It can allow you to discover things that you didn’t consider before and then through behavioral therapy, work on specific areas to prevent relapse.

In many cases, you may find that the friends you had before going to rehab just cause triggers now because they are still abusing drugs. This may mean that you will need to find new friends that are supportive of your recovery and our outpatient rehab for Thousand Oaks residents and our sober community can provide the space to meet people that are more attuned to your life goals.

What to Expect During Outpatient Rehab?

Outpatient rehab with Muse is structured in such a way to allow you to be taken through the process of effective recovery step-by-step. The first step is for us to understand your unique situation and recovery needs. We use this information to make a tailor-made treatment plan that you’ll follow through with your recovery. We track your progress to ensure that you are receptive to the treatments and therapies and can make adjustments where necessary.

Drug addiction is usually linked to a physical drug addiction which means that once you stop, you will have withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, insomnia, stomach pains, anxiety, and other symptoms that are common with a particular drug. Our medical detox program for Thousand Oaks residents will make drug detox much easier because we can give you medication that drastically reduces your symptoms and prevents cravings.

After about a week-long detox, then your therapy and treatment can begin. This is the part of the recovery process where through behavioral therapy and alternative treatments, you learn new coping skills, relapse prevention strategies, healthier behaviors, and other aspects that will help your recovery. For example, co-occurring mental health disorders may make it difficult to remain sober because the symptoms that you experience lead you to self-medication with drugs. We treat these co-occurring mental health disorders to improve your recovery and promote drug abstinence.

How Long Does Outpatient for Residents of Thousand Oaks Last with Muse?

You can expect to take part in our 30-, 60-, or 90-day outpatient drug rehab for Thousand Oaks residents. Addiction recovery is not about curing the mental health disorder but rather about managing it. The more time you spend in recovery the better your recovery will be. After finishing your one- to three-month outpatient program, you can then take part in our alumni events, sober living homes, and 12-step support groups as a part of our aftercare services.

Why Choose Muse?

Muse Treatment is an outpatient rehab facility, with inpatient rehab options, that has a step-by-step process to obtain long-term sobriety. Our services for addiction treatment are fully accredited by The Joint Commission and our use of medication in our medical detox and medically-assisted treatment (MAT) is LegitScript monitored.

At Muse Treatment and Recovery Center, you will feel like you’re part of our caring family. We will help you through the evidence-based treatments that are proven to be effective at treating drug addiction. Take a moment to call us today to speak to us about your recovery goals.

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