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The outpatient program at Advanced Addiction Center provides flexible treatment including individual and group therapy. This program is best suited for those transitioning from inpatient or intensive care or for those who have a less severe case of substance use disorder. In our program, clients receive needed support while also gaining more independence in their recovery journey.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Advanced Addiction Center includes an integrated approach to recovery. Clients benefit from structured group and individual therapy sessions, addressing the psychological and emotional facets of addiction. Our comprehensive IOP offers education on addiction, relapse prevention strategies, and valuable coping skills. This flexible program empowers individuals to maintain their daily routines while receiving the intensive care and support necessary for lasting recovery.
Day Programming at Advanced Addiction Center is a comprehensive treatment solution for addiction. It offers structured therapy with both individual and group sessions, providing a supportive environment to address addiction’s complexities. Our day program includes psychoeducation to empower clients with knowledge about addiction, relapse prevention, and coping strategies. Medication-assisted treatment, if needed, is available. Our program encourages family involvement, which is very beneficial for recovery. Crisis intervention, ongoing assessment, and aftercare planning are also integral components, ensuring individuals receive tailored support on their path to recovery.
Our dual diagnosis program in Massachusetts is tailored for individuals confronting both a substance use disorder and a co-occurring mental health issue. Treatment combines medication management, individual and group therapy, psychoeducation, and relapse prevention to address both conditions concurrently. Family involvement, holistic therapies, and aftercare planning are integral to the program as well.
The goal of dual diagnosis is to break the cycle of co-occurring disorders by offering comprehensive care that empowers individuals to manage their mental health symptoms without resorting to substance use.