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Learn more about the extra precautionary measures we are taking amid COVID-19 concerns **Updated November 25, 2020

Outpatient Drug Treatment

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Our clients come first. Here are a few COVID-19 precautions we take:

  • Rapid COVID-19 antigen testing is now available to our clients at each of the Promises facilities.
  • We test all incoming clients at the time of admission.
  • We will be doing antigen testing for 100% of our staff in high-risk areas as defined by the local health department or, in the absence of health department guidelines, the CDC.

Men’s Addiction Treatment

Your tolerance builds with long-term addiction, meaning that you constantly have to do more and more to feel a pleasurable high. Because you are always seeking that satisfying feeling, it can lead to you trying more potent drugs or using a more dangerous route of administration. When you live with an addiction, it’s essential to find help that offers safe and private places to heal. Getting Men’s Addiction Treatment at our Brazos Valley rehab center is the best way to improve your recovery chances.

Do you want to transform your life but aren’t sure if you need residential addiction treatment? Even just taking that first step towards a sober life is critical to becoming whole and healthy again. You can change your life with the right type of addiction treatment. Even if life obligations keep you from attending a full 24/7 residential addiction treatment program, outpatient addiction treatment programs will get you to where you need to be with time and patience.

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Find the Promise of Recovery

When you reach out to our admissions team in College Station, TX, you are making the promise to yourself to heal. By reaching out, you are coming to terms that you have an addiction problem. How can you know if you are actually addicted to or abusing or misusing drugs? Here are questions to ask yourself:

  • Am I taking any illegal substances such as heroin?
  • Am I taking someone else’s prescription medication?
  • Do I take my own medication incorrectly (either too much or in the wrong manner)?
  • Am I buying prescription medication from anyone?
  • Do I take my own medication to get high or when I don’t really need it?
  • Do I turn to these substances every single day to function?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you are misusing drugs or potentially addicted. If you’re addicted, you’ll also have withdrawal symptoms if you try to stop taking the drug. Even if you don’t try to stop taking it, you’ll notice some symptoms approximately six to 12 hours after the last time you took it.

Once you are aware and admit you have a problem, then that means it’s time to reach out. At Promises Brazos Valley in College Station, TX, we offer a variety of outpatient addiction treatment programs that can help you manage your substance use and get you on track towards a healthy life.

Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programs

At Promises Brazos Valley, we strive to provide as many unique treatment options as possible because we understand that a diverse population deserves diverse care. Our outpatient addiction treatment programs offer the structure and support you need to create a sober routine, transform your thoughts and behaviors and establish a reliable support network—critical components of long-term recovery.

Our outpatient addiction treatment programs require spending several hours per week in a structured, therapeutic setting. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in client groups, family therapy groups, and individual therapy sessions. In addition, you’ll have support from licensed professionals who can educate you on how to maintain sobriety successfully.
There are two main outpatient treatment program options: day programs and intensive outpatient programs. Also, many people in outpatient treatment participate in a support group to reinforce progress made during treatment.

Partial Hospitalization/Day Programs (PHP)

In a partial hospitalization program, you will find the highest level of outpatient care. This program also requires the largest time commitment. Clients enrolled in this form of treatment travel to their treatment facility at least five days a week. They devote several hours to treatment or supportive therapy during each visit.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)

Intensive outpatient treatment has a lower time commitment than a PHP, requiring a few hours a day, a few days a week. IOPs work best for people who are fully committed to their treatment plan and health. This requires a strong support system and practical strategies to avoid relapse.

Virtual Intensive Outpatient Programs (VIOP)

Like intensive outpatient treatment, virtual intensive outpatient programs offer the same time commitment and program structure but allow clients to call in via a secure virtual video service.

Alumni Programs & Mutual Self-Help Groups

We want you to feel secure in your sobriety. That’s why every client who works through our programs qualifies for the Rooted Alumni program after they complete their treatment plan. This program offers clients weekly meetings, an app to stay connected with peers and monthly or annual recovery events.

Self-help groups also allow people to learn from others who have experience with sober living. Some examples include Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. There are also 12-step alternatives such as SMART Recovery and Refuge Recovery.

There are some great benefits of participating in this treatment program. These include:

  • The ability to keep up with your daily life outside of treatment, which means continuing work or family obligations
  • Clinically solid therapy programs designed for substance use disorders
  • Access to a healthy support system to facilitate recovery
  • A strong recovery community to help build peer-to-peer connections, which facilitates healing

Make Your Promise in Brazos Valley

At Promises Brazos Valley, we want to help you make the promise of hope and healing to yourself. When you join our compassionate recovery community, you’ll have the support you need to complete that promise. From the kind staff to the modernized setting, you’ll find safety and comfort as you move through your healing journey. Our professionally trained clinicians will provide you with the tools necessary to cope with substance use disorders.

Utilize our many levels of care with the following programs:

  • Alcohol and drug detox
  • Inpatient drug rehab
  • Men’s addiction treatment
  • Women’s addiction treatment
  • Aftercare and alumni program

Drugs and alcohol can harm your health, your career and your relationships. Never underestimate the power of what a promise can do for you. Reach out to our recovery specialists in College Station by calling (844) 667-8240.Let us help you come back home to your most authentic self.

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