Outpatient Addiction Treatment with Elysium Health

Elysium Healthcare offers California outpatient drug rehab through Outpatient Los Angeles, an upscale, luxury outpatient rehab center. Our dedicated staff are passionate and helping you win at recovery. From our skilled nurses to master-level therapists, most of our staff are on the recovery path and will go out of their way to support you in your decision to enter recovery. They’ll help you acquire skills you can use to achieve lifelong sobriety and reclaim the life you know you’re meant to live.


What Is Outpatient Rehab?

Outpatient rehab is a non-residential addiction treatment program. Unlike Elysium Health’s residential treatment, you don’t live at the facility. You may live at home, in temporary accommodations, or in a sober living facility. While living off-site, you attend therapy sessions a certain number of times a week, depending on your treatment plan.

Outpatient is one of several levels of care that may be in your treatment plan, which typically step down in frequency and intensity as you develop the skills to self-manage your own recovery.

  • Detox
  • Residential Treatment
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Outpatient Program (OP)
  • Aftercare

Who Needs Outpatient Drug Rehab?

California Outpatient Drug Rehab is intended for those who’ve completed residential rehab or are otherwise ready to take on greater responsibility for their treatment. You may have already completed a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient. Now, you’re ready to move into the next stage of your recovery.

If you or a loved one is struggling with active addiction and requires detox, Elysium Health also offers detox and residential facilities:

However, some people may skip the higher levels of care and go straight into an outpatient Alcohol or drug rehab program. These individuals typically meet certain qualifications:

  • Do not need detox
  • Mild to moderate addiction
  • Ability to manage their addiction without 24/7 supervision and support
  • A strong support system of family and/or friends
  • Reliable transportation to get to and from appointments
  • Self-motivation to stay in recovery and continue the journey of self-awareness and self-improvement
  • Low risk of withdrawal or medical complications

Unlike residential treatment, IOP, and PHP, which typically last for a set amount of time (28, 90, or 120 days), outpatient rehab can last as long as you continue to find value in having a caring professional talk regularly and help you continue self-discovery. Elysium Health offers outpatient through Outpatient Los Angeles.

Our Holistic Approach to Outpatient Rehab

At Elysium Health, we believe everyone we serve is an individual with unique needs best served through a personalized treatment plan. Our dedicated addiction specialists work with you to design a plan to help you experience the lasting recovery you seek long after you complete California Outpatient Drug Rehab or California Outpatient Alcohol Rehab.

Addiction is not only a physical disease; it affects the mind, emotions, and spirit. These, in turn, amplify the addiction. Treating one without the others doesn’t work.

Because you’re a whole person, not your addiction, our program focuses on holistic (whole-person) healing of body, mind, emotions, and spirit. We work with you to discover:

  • Mental Health & Internal Stability
  • Emotional & Spiritual Healing
  • Physical Health & Well-being
  • Neurological Strength & Development

By healing and integrating every aspect of yourself, you put your life back together and start living the more joyful, purposeful life you want to live.


What Do We Treat in Outpatient Rehab

We work with people with a variety of substance additions in California. Those include:

  • Heroin Addiction
  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Meth Addiction
  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Crack Addiction
  • Opioid Addiction


Dual Diagnosis Makes a Difference

Many people who develop substance abuse also have a co-occurring mental health disorder. You may be using drugs or alcohol to self-medicate. This creates a vicious cycle that makes it harder to overcome addiction, as they make each other progressively worse. The good news is that when you can get to the root cause (e.g., anxiety, depression, or trauma), you can heal both together for a more lasting recovery.

California Outpatient Drug Rehab and/or California Outpatient Alcohol Rehab therapists work with you one-on-one to uncover these barriers to your full recovery. You can then use these insights to direct the healing process and choose life-long sobriety.


What to Expect From Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Each individual will have an individualized outpatient treatment plan. This plan outlines your goals for treatment, a plan to achieve those goals, and how many hours you’ll attend each week. Some people may attend a few hours a week, while others attend one-one therapy and group sessions for a few hours several days a week.

You are expected to attend all treatment sessions, maintain sobriety, and complete any at-home assignments the therapist gives you to support your journey.


Benefits of Outpatient Treatment in California

For those who qualify for outpatient, it offers many benefits:

  • You can usually keep your job
  • You can stay within your supportive home environment
  • It’s less expensive than residential treatment
  • You have a professional support system of people who want you to succeed
  • Psychiatric care for dual diagnosis
  • Stay aware of community resources and get involved with the recovery community
  • Motivation and encouragement

Someone Who Understands

Are you or a loved one struggling with substance abuse or addiction? You don’t have to face this alone. We can help you start moving forward with a healthier, more fulfilling life. Elysium Health is here to equip you with tools and resources you can use on your life-long recovery journey. That journey starts here. If you believe you or a loved one needs help fighting drug or alcohol addiction, call now.