Alcoholism is difficult to overcome because alcohol is readily available. If you go into an inpatient rehabilitation program, you might think you’re ready to venture out on your own once you’re out of that program, but this comes with a risk of relapse.
Instead of risking a relapse, you can turn to the specialized program offered by Topsail Addiction Treatment to residents in and around the North Andover, Massachusetts, area. Our program is uniquely designed to boost your chance of sobriety success for the long term. We provide you with the support you need as you adjust to life after inpatient rehab.
Why Is Support Important After Inpatient Rehab?
Inpatient rehab provides you with an intensive program to help you overcome the withdrawal symptoms and start on the path to sobriety. You learn techniques and tips to help you choose sobriety; however, it’s often difficult to implement those once you’re out of the inpatient setting.
Having assistance from knowledgeable professionals can help you learn coping mechanisms for the challenges you face in your daily life. You don’t have to try to figure it all out on your own when you turn to Topsail for alcohol addiction treatment after you leave an inpatient rehab facility.
How Does Topsail’s Treatment Program Work?
The Topsail treatment program provides graduated levels of treatment so that you can slowly acclimate to life after an inpatient program. The goal of our program is to enable you to live a normal life that includes going to school, having a job, enjoying hobbies and taking care of other things you do on a regular basis.
We have three distinct steps that you work through. Each step provides you with a little more freedom than the previous one. You work through the steps at your own pace, but most people complete them within the noted time frames.
Step 1: Full-Day Treatment
The full-day treatment step is the most intensive one we offer. You’re with us five days per week. Each day includes five to six hours of treatment. You can expect to complete this step in 14 to 30 days.
Step 2: Intensive Outpatient Treatment
The intensive outpatient treatment step involves coming to Topsail for three to four hours per day on three days per week. This step lasts an average of 30 to 60 days.
Step 3: Outpatient Treatment
The outpatient treatment step has you come to us for about an hour per week. It’s a time to check in and be held accountable for your activities in the past week. This phase lasts approximately 60 to 120 days.
What Kinds of Treatment Does Topsail Offer?
Throughout the treatment program with Topsail, you participate in a variety of treatment options. Individual therapy gives you the chance to talk to a professional one-on-one to address issues that you might not feel comfortable bringing up in a group setting.
Our group sessions are a great time to talk with others who are going through similar situations. You can listen to the tips they’ve learned that help them cope with the challenges they’re facing, and you can share the things you’ve learned. Having this type of support can help you to know that you aren’t alone. It can also be a great source of motivation.
We also work closely with you to develop a customized aftercare plan. While you’re in our program, we work with you to set goals that can help you to stay focused when you aren’t with us. This can be as simple as finding ways to occupy your time once you go home after a day of therapy with us.
Topsail also offers other programs that can help you to achieve success. We have specialized addiction therapy, job training and workshops that provide you with various forms of assistance. Everything we offer at Topsail is tailored to meet your unique needs. We don’t try to shoehorn you into a program that isn’t likely to be effective for you.
Call Us Today to Get Started with Our Alcoholism Treatment Program
Topsail is here to help bridge the gap from inpatient rehabilitation for alcohol addiction to living completely on your own in the North Andover area. We realize that support is critical during this phase. Contact us at 978-475-0002 to speak to one of our team members. We can discuss your situation and help you to determine whether your insurance can help to pay for treatment or if you need to utilize our self-pay option. We’re here to help you succeed!