At CAT, we understand that residential care is not always a feasible option. In some cases personal commitments, such as family, work or school, prevent those seeking recovery from entering residential treatment.
CAT’s Outpatient Treatment program is designed to provide structured individual and group treatment while allowing patients to remain at home and continue their normal day-to-day routines.
This level of treatment is suitable for patients who are transitioning from residential treatment or for those who may benefit from a less structured environment, but who still require the safety net of our care. Treatment generally involves up to 3-hour treatments, one to three days a week.
Our intensive treatment is specifically designed for those who have more severe addictions and therefore require a deeper, more customized level of attention. CAT’s licensed care team gives individual consideration for the duration and intensity of each treatment, which generally involves patient visitations of three to six hours a day, three to six days per week, for eight to 12 weeks.
The patient’s recovery is our priority, and it begins before they arrive. Qualified candidates for our Outpatient Treatment will need to meet several clinical criteria, including safe housing, reliable transportation and a demonstrated motivation for recovery.
Following treatment, our Aftercare Program provides patients peer support while on the continuing road to recovery. CAT's aftercare group is led by our professional staff and meets weekly on-site. Learn more here.