La Crescenta Intensive Drug Abuse Recovery Program – Outpatient Treatment Update

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La Crescenta, CA - Aim 4 Recovery (626-602-6735) has strengthened its intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) for individuals who are recovering from drug or substance abuse. The addiction treatment center accommodates patients of all ages, from adolescents to adults.

Experts have noted a rise in drug addiction cases in the country owing to uncertainties brought about by the current health crisis. As more people struggle to recover from their drug abuse, Aim 4 Recovery announces its intensive outpatient programs that provide the care patients need at prices they can afford.

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The strengthened services take into consideration current health guidelines to practice social distancing. Patients enrolled in IOPs go back home after intensive personal and group therapy sessions. According to Aim 4 Recovery, many people seeking to find help often have to go to work or take care of their children. While a lot of them admit to wanting an inpatient treatment, sometimes it is not possible, given their current circumstances.

Aim 4 Recovery understands this and offers company outpatient treatments that are alternative means of receiving highly focused addiction therapy while still maintaining commitments to family, home, work, and school.

Typically, drug addiction outpatient treatment includes group therapy sessions thrice a week, with each session around 180 minutes long. Aim 4 Recovery offers morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend sessions to accommodate all schedules and ensure that the patient can find a treatment for them.

All outpatient treatments are tailored for the client’s needs and specific addiction. Patients can choose a variety of activities, including anger management, 12-step panels, and multi-family groups.

Candidates for IOPs are advised to have a safe home environment, where there are no drugs or illegal substances present, and no people encouraging them to abuse their bodies. The company explains that as patients recover from their substance abuse, it is crucial that they are not near temptation to avoid a relapse.

A spokesperson for the company said, “Our compassionate, highly trained staff members are equipped to help our clients overcome barriers to recovery and develop strong therapeutic relationships while providing our clients with a safe, nurturing facility, to discover their strengths and their full potential.”

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