Outpatient Program (OP)
OP at GateHouse Treatment serves as a strong and consistent guide as our clients begin to further integrate into society.
At this point in our program, residents should have steady employment, attend meetings, and be working a 12-step program with a sponsor. Clients will still attend one-on-one sessions with their primary therapist and case manager, and two group sessions each week. GateHouse will continue to support clients as employment managing finances and dealing with family/friends play larger roles in their recovery.
- We reinforce accountability which helps to maintain long-term recovery.
- We have evening scheduling allowing clients to maintain employment.
- We provide case management services, including help with legal/medical issues and managing finances.
- Clients are scheduled for regular appointments with the medical team to address medication/health care issues.
- We provide individual therapy, group therapy and relapse prevention education with master’s-level clinicians.
GateHouse’s OP Components
Individual sessions give clients the opportunity to have private therapy with a master’s-level clinician. Clients are free to discuss all aspects of their treatment, including issues they may be uncomfortable sharing in a group setting.
Clients attend multiple groups each day sharing stories and learning from the experiences of others. Led by qualified therapists, clients also learn life skills that are essential to their long-term recovery goals.
GateHouse supports the client and their family through every step of the recovery process. Therapists conduct client/family sessions at the facility or via phone/Skype. This cutting-edge and successful program is free of charge to all GateHouse clients and families.
If a client in our program has been prescribed medication(s), he/she will be educated on the medication(s) and a staff member will oversee all dispensing of the medications.
The number of groups to attend and frequency during the outpatient program will vary depending on the client’s and therapist’s input as well as the client’s work schedule.
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