Our outpatient treatment program is designed for people who are facing mental health concerns but do not require 24-hour care. Our outpatient program is designed for those seeking a step down from detox or residential care, however it is not limited to this. Each individual’s recovery journey is different, which is why we created a program that acknowledges and supports that. To be admitted at Viewpoint, you do not need to go through a residential treatment program first. Our outpatient programs can help you stay connected in the recovery community while getting used to an environment with less structure. If you or a loved one has a mental health issue, Viewpoint is qualified to be your resource.
The Person With a Dual Diagnosis Can Achieve And Stay In Recovery
If you understand you have a dual diagnosis, believe it or not, you are fortunate to know that you have both a mental health issue alongside a substance abuse issue. Unfortunately, many individuals struggle for a long time to accept their dual diagnosis. Family members also struggle with accepting the fact that their loved one is struggling. The clinicians and team at Viewpoint will help you fully come to terms with your diagnosis. We also have family programming to integrate what you’re learning during dual diagnosis treatment programs with the dynamics of your family situation.
Outpatient Treatment Supports Lasting Recovery
This outpatient treatment center in Arizona is part of the extended-stay treatment model. After we complete a full assessment, your treatment provider may decide to start you in our outpatient program. However, if you are coming in at an acute stage, you would enroll in the partial hospitalization program first. From there, you go into the intensive outpatient program, and then finally, the outpatient treatment program. Because we look at each situation without bias or a cookie-cutter mentality, where you enter may vary. That is a testament to the great programming we offer at Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center.
UHELP: A Unique Treatment Approach
We have groundbreaking treatment for people who struggle with a dual diagnosis. Instead of being an afterthought, the client with a dual diagnosis is our center of attention. This particular outpatient treatment program features a unique treatment programming tool called UHELP. UHELP is an acronym that stands for
This program is our innovative initiative toward your healthy, lifelong sobriety.
Our outpatient treatment center has trademarked this approach to ensure cohesion throughout our programs. We also want to use the plan throughout the dual diagnosis treatment community. It is a hallmark for our team to take the extra time to treat the individual with a dual diagnosis.
It All Comes Down To You
When it comes to you, our client, we want to have the correct diagnosis of your situation. In other words, we want to understand. This process takes time, and we know you’re worth it. Proper diagnosis and understanding means that you get the appropriate treatment for your situation. As opposed to jumping on the drug use bandwagon, we work with you to understand your dual diagnoses fully and how they interact. Throughout the UHELP process, you will feel cared for and valued.
The Difference At Viewpoint
Because our programming is custom-suited to each individual client this outpatient treatment program at our center in Arizona can’t be found anywhere else.
Undoubtedly, our outpatient treatment center will be the turning point of your life.
Our outpatient treatment program is replete with the following programming:
- EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
- Extended treatment program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Family therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment program
- Intensive outpatient treatment
It’s time to make the decision to contact us today. Find out more about the amenities at Viewpoint and everything we have to offer for your recovery. There is nothing left to do except to learn more about how you can make Viewpoint your treatment resource. Whether you’re calling for yourself or a loved one, please call us today at 855.746.3633. We want to be your partner in health and recovery. That recovery starts today!