Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment allows you to live at home outside of treatment hours. This means you can stay involved in work or school and your other personal responsibilities. At outpatient treatment with Time To Change?, you’ll attend group and individual therapy sessions each week to help you learn the skills you need to successfully transition back into sober life.

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Types Of Outpatient Treatment

Every person is different. Our outpatient treatment programs can be classified into three levels:

  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment
  • Relapse Prevention Treatment

How Does Outpatient Treatment Work?


You’ll typically be assigned to the following schedule: 3 hours/session, 1 session/day, 3 days/week. Morning sessions run 8-11 a.m. while evening session run 6-9 p.m. Each session is broken up into segments, starting with introductions followed by sharing of the struggles of the day, followed by education and/or exercises based on the day’s topic.

For one day’s topic, we might work on fears and how to deal with them. Another day may be focused on relearning social skills. Another might focus on feelings of loneliness or uselessness, inability to stop using or not wanting to stop the using but knowing you need too.

Possible Topics

  • Successful Living
  • Anger Management Skills
  • Recovery Maintenance
  • Coping Skills
  • Family & Other Relationships
  • Decision-Making Skills
  • Confidence Building Beliefs
  • Anxiety Reducing Beliefs
  • Mindfulness Exercises
  • Managing Emotions & Feelings
  • Communication Skills
  • Changes in the Brain
  • Drugs’ Impact on Emotions & Behavior
  • Drugs’ Impact on the Body

Group Hours

Monday-Wednesday | 8-11 a.m.
Tuesday-Thursday | 6-9 p.m.

Hours may change around holidays or special occasions. Family nights are scheduled as needed.