Top Rated Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Center in Philadelphia
At DayBreak, we are licensed through the state of Pennsylvania, and accredited through the Joint Commission, but the reason why we are the best rehab center in Philadelphia is the custom care and personalized treatment we offer to each client.
Each person’s drug and alcohol rehab is tailored to you as a client, with detox and addiction treatment programs that feature behavioral therapy, medical care, a high therapist-to-client ratio, group therapy, relapse prevention, and luxury amenities. Our recovery programs cover the full continuum of care on a personal level, from residential treatment programs to a full outpatient experience, depending on your unique needs as a client.
We are one of the top-rated addiction treatment centers in Philadelphia, treating drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and dual diagnosis, and we are accepting patients now, so do not hesitate to contact our team about how we can get you into an outpatient treatment program that will help you safely and comfortably quit drinking and using drugs without disrupting your life.
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Daybreak changed my life. The staff – from the nurses, therapists, managers, and most importantly – the on-site techs, were all extremely helpful in our recovery. Everything you need is available from detox all the way through residential treatment. (I did not participate in any further treatment options). If you or someone you love really wants the help, this is a great place to find it. This is definitely something that you take out what you put in, and if you participate in the groups, the therapy, and take advantage of the help that they willingly offer – you can make change here. Thanks to the Daybreak family, I am 101 days into a powerful new life.
Daybreak has been extremely beneficial in my recovery process. The staff, many of whom are in recovery themselves, have shown me repeatedly that they genuinely care about me and all the other clients here. This fact, combined with their knowledge on the recovery process, has benefited me more than any other treatment center in the past. My counselor, Holly, has been especially helpful to me. I would absolutely recommend Daybreak to a friend or anyone struggling with addiction.
I cannot say enough about this place! Daybreak saved my life! From the minute I walked in the door I was treated with respect, dignity, and a compassion I had never experienced in any of the many other treatment facilities I had been to. What made the difference for me was the staff. The people who worked there truly cared about me and my recovery. There honestly was never a moment that I felt alone and the fact that many of the staff are in recovery themselves meant they truly understood what I was going through at my most vulnerable. Knowing these people were so invested in saving me from myself, were always there if I needed to talk, and that they honestly cared about me and my recovery undoubtedly made all the difference for me. Daybreak also maintains a family atmosphere in such beautiful facilities and makes sure that your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs are being met. I’ve never had such an amazing experience in treatment before. If you or a loved one is suffering please PLEASE let Daybreak give you the opportunity to get your life back.
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- Alcohol Rehab That Allows You To Still Go To Work & School. (Can I go to Work and School During Rehab?)
- Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab
- What To Expect During Outpatient Rehab
- How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last With DayBreak?
- IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)
- PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program)
- Which Outpatient Treatment, IOP or PHP Is Right for Me?
- Why Choose DayBreak
Alcohol Rehab That Allows You To Still Go To Work & School. (Can I go to Work and School During Rehab?)
At DayBreak, we offer several options for people who cannot leave their home, job, and responsibilities for months at a time for residential treatment, and for those who may have a milder addiction and do not need to enter inpatient care for 30+ days.
Outpatient rehab is a flexible category of treatments that can be tailored to fit around your life, so that you can continue to live at home or in a sober living facility as you recover from alcohol addiction. The outpatient options offered at DayBreak are the partial hospitalization program, the intensive outpatient program, and the outpatient program. Each of these has pros and cons, and we will help you to decide which level of care will benefit you most.
Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab
Outpatient alcohol rehab has several benefits. You not only have the freedom to live outside the facility and continue living your life as normal, including going to work, staying in college, and taking care of your family or other responsibilities, but you also have benefits like:
- Being able to try your newly acquired recovery skills in real-life situations, with strong support
- Making new, sober friends in groups, meetings, and therapy and gaining a strong sober community of peers
- You may live at home, accessing the support and care of friends and family as you recover
- Access to sober living homes that will provide you with boundaries and structure if you do not have that at home
- Having the freedom to move between levels of care depending on your current needs
- Having immediate, real-time help when you run into stressful situations, triggers, and temptations that may cause you to want to relapse
- Relief for friends and family who may not be equipped to be your full-time caregiver and support team.
What To Expect During Outpatient Rehab
When you enter an outpatient rehab program in Philadelphia for substance use treatments, you will first undergo a full medical detox to allow the body and mind to be clear and healthy before rehab. At DayBreak, we use comprehensive medical and psychological care that will ensure that you do not suffer ill effects of withdrawal, such as pain, restlessness, cravings, seizures, delirium tremens and other severe, dangerous symptoms. Your detox will take place in a luxury facility, keeping you as comfortable as possible. Once you have completed detox (3 to 10 days average) you may move into your rehab program.
How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last With DayBreak?
When you first enter a DayBreak outpatient rehab program, you will spend 3 to 7 days in detox, and then move into a partial hospitalization program which is typically 31 to 34 days long, or an intensive outpatient program, ranging anywhere from 30 to 45 days in length. Once those are complete, you will move into outpatient rehab which is customizable and does not have an official end date, keeping you connected to our sober community and care for as long as you like.
IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)
The IOP at DayBreak is tailored to meet your clinical needs, as well as your practical needs, working around issues such as your work schedule or when the kids are in school, for example. IOP sessions are either from 8:30 am – 11:30 am, noon – 3:00 pm or 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
You will learn to maintain a work/life balance, beginning with coming in 5 days per week, three hours per day, and then tapering down to 3 days a week as time goes on, with random drug testing to ensure you are receiving enough care in outpatient treatment. Along with therapy, counseling, medical care, and mental health care, you will also receive employment support, and 12-step program facilitation.
PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program)
The comprehensive 3 to 5 weeks in PHP at DayBreak are more intensive than the IOP. Cell phones are not allowed, and you will attend structured days of programming 6 days a week, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Along with therapy, counseling, and medical care, you will also undergo holistic treatments, including exercise therapy, massage therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and nutrition education for a whole patient approach to healing. After PHP, clients will typically transition into an IOP.
Which Outpatient Treatment, IOP or PHP Is Right for Me?
The IOP program is better for people who have their physical and mental health under control, a safe, sober-friendly and supportive place to live, and is motivated enough in their own treatment and healing to attend all appointments and meetings.
If you are experiencing drug/alcohol cravings, withdrawal symptoms, feeling overwhelmed in your recovery, or have a high risk of relapsing, starting out in a partial hospitalization program may be a better move for you.
Why Choose DayBreak
At DayBreak, we offer treatments and therapies including:
- Didactic therapy and psychoeducational therapy
- Group, individual, and family therapy, with gender specific group therapy
- Holistic therapy and music therapy
- Behavioral therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy and rational emotive behavior therapy
- 12-step and SMART recovery groups
- Medication management
Any outpatient program you enter has affordable and comfortable sober living options (sometimes called halfway houses) that provide real-world opportunities to “try out” your sobriety skills while living in a structured, safe environment
Call us today to speak with our intake counselors, who can answer any questions you may have about getting into outpatient rehab for alcoholism or drug addiction treatment today. If you are approved for treatment you may be admitted immediately, beginning your journey down the road to recovery. We are here to help you.