OUTPATIENT PROGRAMS

NuLife's powerful three-phased treatment approach - restructured for people
who don't need around the clock medical care.

INPATIENT OR OUTPATIENT

WHICH TREATMENT SETTING
IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Treatment is most effective when the level of care provided is a good fit for an individual’s needs. For the majority of people, finding the right detoxification and recovery program will be a choice between inpatient and outpatient treatment, or both. This choice can be difficult, and often times is the difference between success and failure. So we highly recommend consulting with one of our admission counselors to help you make the right decision.

Nevertheless, when choosing a level of care that’s right for you, there are three important considerations:

1) Do you experience withdrawal symptoms? Drug and/or alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening unless medically supervised. For this reason, we highly recommend detoxification as a first step on your road to recovery.

2) Does your environment make it difficult to abstain? If you live in an environment that makes it easy to access your drug of choice, or the people around you do not support your decision to get sober, then we recommend either inpatient treatment or an outpatient / sober living arrangement. This option can reduce the temptation to relapse in the early stages of recovery, and will allow you to safely build a foundation for recovery.

3) Do you lack the motivation or support to stay abstinent on your own? Sometimes, we want to get sober but we are unable to stay the course – no matter how great our resolve. Under these circumstances, we recommend an inpatient setting to separate you from your drug of choice, and provide the structure and support you need to begin your recovery.

"Whether you’re transitioning from inpatient treatment, or
just beginning your journey, NuLife’s Outpatient Programs
provide a clear path to long term recovery.
"
NuLife Recovery

ENGAGE - INSPIRE - EMPOWER

PERSONALIZED TREATMENT IN
AN OUTPATIENT SETTING

Compared to inpatient treatment, outpatient programs are typically less individualized and often do not include family therapy – which usually makes them less effective. At NuLife, we provide a more comprehensive outpatient program based on our highly successful three-phased treatment approach. Similar to inpatient treatment, it includes a large team of clinicians and therapists providing group therapy, case management, family therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions.

LEVEL 2.5 CARE

PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION
PROGRAM (PHP)

NuLife”s partial hospitalization program, otherwise known as day treatment, is a time-limited, intensive program – typically five to eight hours per day, five to seven days a week. This level of care is appropriate for someone who lives within a reasonable distance from the facility, and whose symptoms or behaviors do not require more structured support during the evening or at night.

Typically, a partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the second stage of treatment for people suffering from addiction. But for some clients who do not require twenty four hour care, PHP can be the first stage of treatment. For example, clients can go into PHP when they’ve had a short relapse and do not require inpatient care to get back on the road to recovery.

The Nulife day treatment program includes multiple group and individual therapy sessions per week, consultation with a psychiatrist and medication monitoring, and family therapy sessions. Basically, PHP offers a lot of the same supervision and care as the NuLife residential treatment program, except you’re allowed to sleep at home and spend time with people outside of the treatment facility.

LEVEL 2 CARE

INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
PROGRAM (IOP)

NuLife’s intensive outpatient program is typically four hours per day, five days a week. This level of care does not require close proximity to our facility because of our virtual IOP capabilities. Like PHP, it is appropriate for those whose symptoms or behaviors do not require more structured support during the evening or at night.

Typically, intensive outpatient is the second stage of treatment for people suffering from addiction. But for clients who do not require twenty four hour care or partial hospitalization, IOP can also be the first stage of treatment. Each person’s treatment requirements are unique, but typically, this level of care is for clients who do not need detox and are able to stay sober with much less structure and support.

Nulife’s intensive outpatient program includes multiple group sessions per week, individual therapy, consultation with a psychiatrist (when necessary), and family therapy sessions. Once this 8-16 week program is successfully completed, the individual may step down into a less intensive outpatient basis – which is usually one to three days per week.

LEVEL 1 CARE

OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (OP)

NuLife’s outpatient program is very similar to our intensive outpatient program. The main difference is the amount of time spent in treatment and related activities each week. Outpatient is typically one to three hours per day, one to three hours a week – a significant step down from “intensive” outpatient – and with NuLife’s virtual outpatient capabilities, you’ll have the option to receive treatment from the comfort of your own home.

Clients in this level of care have already built a foundation for recovery and are highly motivated to remain sober. They have a good support system and live in an environment that supports their sobriety. Level one outpatient is ideal for people returning home from sober living and /or transitioning to normal life.

OP is typically the last stage in addiction treatment with the least amount of structure, and can be very helpful to clients by providing ongoing therapy and supervision during the transitional phase of addiction treatment.

INPATIENT OR OUTPATIENT

WHICH TREATMENT SETTING IS RIGHT
FOR YOU?

Treatment is most effective when the level of care provided is a good fit for an individual’s needs. For the majority of people, finding the right detoxification and recovery program will be a choice between inpatient and outpatient treatment, or both. This choice can be difficult, and often times is the difference between success and failure. So we highly recommend consulting with one of our admission counselors to help you make the right decision.

Nevertheless, when choosing a level of care that’s right for you, there are three important considerations:

1) Do you experience withdrawal symptoms? Drug and/or alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening unless medically supervised. For this reason, we highly recommend detoxification as a first step on your road to recovery.

2) Does your environment make it difficult to abstain? If you live in an environment that makes it easy to access your drug of choice, or the people around you do not support your decision to get sober, then we recommend either inpatient treatment or an outpatient / sober living arrangement. This option can reduce the temptation to relapse in the early stages of recovery, and will allow you to safely build a foundation for recovery.

3) Do you lack the motivation or support to stay abstinent on your own? Sometimes, we want to get sober but we are unable to stay the course – no matter how great our resolve. Under these circumstances, we recommend an inpatient setting to separate you from your drug of choice, and provide the structure and support you need to begin your recovery.

"Whether you’re transitioning from inpatient treatment, or just beginning your journey, NuLife’s Outpatient Programs provide a clear path to long term recovery."
NuLife Recovery

ENGAGE - INSPIRE
- EMPOWER -

PERSONALIZED TREATMENT IN
AN OUTPATIENT SETTING

Compared to inpatient treatment, outpatient programs are typically less individualized and often do not include family therapy – which usually makes them less effective. At NuLife, we provide a more comprehensive outpatient program based on our highly successful three-phased treatment approach. Similar to inpatient treatment, it includes a large team of clinicians and therapists providing group therapy, case management, family therapy, and weekly individual therapy sessions.

LEVEL 2.5 CARE

PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION
PROGRAM (PHP)

NuLife”s partial hospitalization program, otherwise known as day treatment, is a time-limited, intensive program – typically five to eight hours per day, five to seven days a week. This level of care is appropriate for someone who lives within a reasonable distance from the facility, and whose symptoms or behaviors do not require more structured support during the evening or at night.

Typically, a partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the second stage of treatment for people suffering from addiction. But for some clients who do not require twenty four hour care, PHP can be the first stage of treatment. For example, clients can go into PHP when they’ve had a short relapse and do not require inpatient care to get back on the road to recovery.

The Nulife day treatment program includes multiple group and individual therapy sessions per week, consultation with a psychiatrist and medication monitoring, and family therapy sessions. Basically, PHP offers a lot of the same supervision and care as the NuLife residential treatment program, except you’re allowed to sleep at home and spend time with people outside of the treatment facility.

LEVEL 2 CARE

INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
PROGRAM (IOP)

NuLife’s intensive outpatient program is typically four hours per day, five days a week. This level of care does not require close proximity to our facility because of our virtual IOP capabilities. Like PHP, it is appropriate for those whose symptoms or behaviors do not require more structured support during the evening or at night.

Typically, intensive outpatient is the second stage of treatment for people suffering from addiction. But for clients who do not require twenty four hour care or partial hospitalization, IOP can also be the first stage of treatment. Each person’s treatment requirements are unique, but typically, this level of care is for clients who do not need detox and are able to stay sober with much less structure and support.

Nulife’s intensive outpatient program includes multiple group sessions per week, individual therapy, consultation with a psychiatrist (when necessary), and family therapy sessions. Once this 8-16 week program is successfully completed, the individual may step down into a less intensive outpatient basis – which is usually one to three days per week.

LEVEL 1 CARE

OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (OP)

NuLife’s outpatient program is very similar to our intensive outpatient program. The main difference is the amount of time spent in treatment and related activities each week. Outpatient is typically one to three hours per day, one to three hours a week – a significant step down from “intensive” outpatient – and with NuLife’s virtual outpatient capabilities, you’ll have the option to receive treatment from the comfort of your own home.

Clients in this level of care have already built a foundation for recovery and are highly motivated to remain sober. They have a good support system and live in an environment that supports their sobriety. Level one outpatient is ideal for people returning home from sober living and /or transitioning to normal life.

OP is typically the last stage in addiction treatment with the least amount of structure, and can be very helpful to clients by providing ongoing therapy and supervision during the transitional phase of addiction treatment.

NULIFE'S CLINICAL APPROACH
HAS A HIGHER PURPOSE

Research has validated the effectiveness of several commonly used, evidenced-based therapy models; CBT, DBT, MI, and EMDR to name a few. But if they are not part of an organized treatment system purposely designed to facilitate long-term recovery, they can have little effect, if any,
on the addiction problem.

That’s why NuLife’s Clinical Team developed a three-phased approach to treatment
with all the essential steps, strategic use of proven therapy models,
and one ultimate purpose: LONG-TERM RECOVERY.

NULIFE'S CLINICAL APPROACH
HAS A HIGHER PURPOSE

Research has validated the effectiveness of several commonly used, evidenced-based therapy models; CBT, DBT, MI, and EMDR to name a few. But if they are not part of an organized treatment system purposely designed to facilitate long-term recovery, they can have little effect, if any, on the addiction problem.

That’s why NuLife’s Clinical Team developed a three-phased approach to treatment with all the essential steps, strategic use of proven therapy models, and one ultimate purpose: LONG-TERM RECOVERY.

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