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Skywood Outpatient offers an array of treatment programs to enrich both physical and mental well-being. Our programs include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, medication management, and recreational activities. We also offer specialized treatment programs for co-occurring disorders and trauma-informed care. The staff at Skywood Outpatient creates personalized treatment plans to ensure each individual receives care tailored to their needs. At Skywood Outpatient, we strive to provide a secure and supportive environment for individuals to begin their journey toward recovery.

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, consider Skywood Outpatient. We can help you address the root causes of your addiction and establish a foundation for lasting recovery. Contact us today at 248.617.6237 to learn more about our addiction treatment programs and how we can help.

The Benefits of Outpatient Treatment

While some folks prefer residential treatment, outpatient treatment has its unique benefits. This type of treatment allows individuals to continue living at home while receiving support and therapy for their addiction. This can make the transition into lasting recovery a bit smoother, as it allows individuals to continue working or attending school, maintain relationships with loved ones, and access outside resources like a therapist or 12-step meetings. Outpatient treatment also offers a bit more flexibility, as individuals can customize their treatment schedule to fit their needs and commitments. However, it is essential to note that outpatient treatment may not be suitable for everyone, as it requires a strong level of self-discipline and motivation to continue recovery outside of a controlled residential setting.
Some of the major benefits include:

  • Convenience and flexibility for those with work or family responsibilities
  • Lower cost compared to residential treatment
  • Ability to incorporate real-world experiences into therapy
  • Improved social support network within a community setting

Outpatient treatment is not right for everyone but if you feel like it could be a fit for you, reach out so we can see how to align our treatment with your schedule.

Our Addiction Treatment Programs

Our addiction treatment programs address the physical, mental, and spiritual health of each unique individual. We provide a range of different treatment programs because we understand that no two individuals have the exact needs.

For those who can’t attend outpatient rehab in person, our virtual outpatient program is here to provide the same level of care and support. Part of our online outpatient program includes virtual addiction counseling to help you work through the root causes of your addiction and establish a foundation for recovery.

Our rehab alumni program in Royal Oak, Michigan, keeps you connected with others as you continue your journey in sobriety. It offers a supportive community to help you stay on track and continue to grow in your recovery. Our success is our success.

Our medication-assisted treatment program utilizes FDA-approved medications to help individuals struggling with addiction. This program is often used in conjunction with therapy and support groups to address both the physical dependence on substances and any underlying mental health issues.

There is a lot of pressure, and trauma, that comes along with certain professions. Teachers, doctors, and lawyers are all at increased risk for substance use and addiction. Our professionals program is tailored specifically to the unique experiences and stressors of these professions, providing support and therapy in a judgment-free environment.

Our intensive outpatient program offers a higher level of care for those who may not need 24-hour supervision but still require more support than traditional outpatient treatment. Some of the benefits of an intensive outpatient program, or IOP, include:

  • Flexible scheduling for those with work or family commitments
  • More individualized treatment plans
  • Therapy and support groups to address addiction and co-occurring disorders