Choosing an evening outpatient program for substance abuse could open the doorway to recovery or keep it open. Some patients transition into outpatient after completing a traditional inpatient program, while others go with outpatient from the start. In either case, this type of addiction therapy can be invaluable on your sobriety journey.
Let’s explore five benefits of choosing an evening outpatient program.
All of our programs are guided by experienced, licensed mental health counselors. They have master’s degrees in psychology and have extensively trained to help people struggling with addiction.
You can count on their expertise to provide you with structured, guided therapy and techniques proven to help people dealing with both substance abuse and a wide range of mental health disorders.
Many patients in recovery work part-time or full-time, and they find it difficult to balance their careers with counseling. However, your ongoing therapy plays an important role in your long-term sobriety. Evening outpatient programs are a good way to stay accountable and receive support while honoring your responsibilities.
For those who are entering treatment for the first time, outpatient programs allow you to seek care and support without having to take time off of work.
Our evening outpatient program meets on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Each week, sessions revolve around a different topic. You will have the chance to work with a therapist one-on-one and in a group setting.
Routine therapy plays an important role in recovery; evening programs follow a predictable yet manageable schedule that will help you stay sober and get support whenever you need it.
Whether you attend in person or virtually, an evening outpatient program at Wasatch Crest is always a welcoming, relaxing time. You are invited to come in, unwind, and forget about the rest of the day. For the next few hours, you only have to focus on yourself and your recovery. We are here to support you.
Learn From Others
Hearing others share their experiences, struggles, and triumphs can motivate you in your recovery. Knowing you aren’t alone on your journey can be invaluable as you work toward overcoming your own challenges.
Ask About Our Admissions Process
We are here to answer questions and guide you toward the right treatment. Please call Wasatch Crest at 800-385-3507 to learn about our addiction programs in Park City and Heber, UT. If you have questions, please send us a message.