At Fusion Recovery, we understand that life comes with challenges and you may not be able to leave your responsibilities to attend a residential rehab center. Addiction can take a toll on your mental, physical, and emotional health and you may need addiction treatment that fits your schedule. With outpatient rehab, there is more flexibility and fewer restrictions for substance abuse treatment than in inpatient rehab. Your addiction should not stop you from living your life, so we aim to provide treatment that is in line with your schedule. Our addiction resources and support programs motivate you to continue living a sober life and make positive changes and choices.
What is outpatient rehab and how is it different?
Outpatient rehabilitation is considered a step down from inpatient rehab. With outpatient treatment, you are able to live at home or in sober living and go to treatment at your scheduled time. Outpatient programs are typically a step down from inpatient care and have been stabilized or for those with mild to moderate addiction. Outpatient rehab is typically a more affordable option than residential treatment.
Our outpatient program is scheduled during the week Monday through Friday. Our outpatient rehab program consists of two levels of care: Partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) as well as medical detox for those who require it. During each of these programs, you will be able to learn recovery skills and practice those skills in your everyday life.
Our staff is here to help you during the most difficult times.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
PHP is a day program for outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. This type of treatment is an intensive, structured program that allows you to start and continue your recovery while returning home at night. PHP is a bit more intensive than IOP and treatment is typically 4-6 hours per day five days each week. Partial hospitalization treats addiction, substance dependence, and co-occurring disorders. We provide medical care and intensive therapies during the designated daytime hours.
5 days per week
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
5 days per week
INCLUDES: Group therapy, individual therapy, MAT, case management
Find the program best for you.
Naloxone, or Narcan, can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, including fentanyl. If you are unsure whether someone is overdosing on fentanyl, it’s always best to treat the situation like an overdose.
If you are considering an outpatient program, there are several factors that can determine if it is the right fit for you. If the following describes your situation, you may be a good candidate for our outpatient facility: