Outpatient Drug Rehab
Outpatient drug rehab is for people who have too many responsibilities to enter a residential inpatient program for 30 days. Because of the nature of outpatient drug rehab, it’s a better option for those individuals who are just beginning to have trouble with their alcohol or drug usage. Outpatient drug rehab has limited supervision as opposed to inpatient, which is generally 24-hours a day. This requires a certain level of commitment and functionality that may not be possible for someone who is experiencing severe consequences from alcohol and drug usage.