Mental health disorders affect each person differently, and no two cases are ever alike. While some people will need 24/7 care that an inpatient or residential treatment program provides, others who struggle with mental health disorders and can keep up with their work and family commitments can benefit from outpatient mental health treatment. An outpatient treatment program offers behavioral therapy and medication-assisted treatment to help you lead a happy and productive life.
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we provide discreet mental health support for men and women struggling with any number of mental health disorders. Our outpatient treatment program offers therapy sessions any time, including telehealth options to work around your schedule. If you or a loved one struggles with mental health and is ready to accept help, call 833.448.0127 today to learn more about our outpatient mental health treatment.
How Can an Outpatient Mental Health Treatment Program Help?
Mental health disorders like depression and bipolar disorder can create symptoms so severe that the person cannot lead a normal life. Their work and family life are affected, and the potential for self-harm or suicidal thoughts present a real danger. For men and women whose symptoms are not as severe, an outpatient mental health treatment program can greatly improve their mental health.
Patients can continue with their work and family commitments while attending therapy during the evening or online. They can get help for any number of mental health disorders, including:
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Eating disorders
- Personality disorders
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we help men and women from all backgrounds struggling with mental health disorders. Our staff will work with you to find the right treatment plan to benefit your individual symptoms to help you lead a productive and healthy life.
Outpatient Dual Diagnosis Treatment Can Greatly Benefit Your Mental Health
Many times people will struggle with several mental health issues simultaneously. A common combination includes addiction brought on by a mental health disorder or addiction that creates a mental health disorder such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal behavior. No matter the cause behind the problem, dual diagnosis treatment can treat both conditions at the same time.
By treating addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders, patients can spend time focusing on their specific issues and creating a stronger coping mechanism for stopping their triggers and cravings. The benefits of outpatient dual diagnosis treatment include:
- A therapy schedule that works around your busy life
- More focused care on issues that are directly affecting you
- A better understanding of addiction and how it affects the brain
- A better outlook on your future
- Learn new hobbies and interests that make you happy
- Improved physical and mental health
For outpatient dual diagnosis treatment to be successful, patients must have a supportive and sober home environment to support their recovery journey. If not, there is a greater risk of relapse and risk of overdose.
For the Best Outpatient Mental Health Treatment, Choose Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery
Our outpatient treatment facility at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery provides outpatient support through in-person and telehealth services. We can help men and women who want help with their mental health issues but cannot take the time away from their daily commitments and keep up with therapy with minimal supervision. Our treatment center offers:
- In-person intensive outpatient treatment (IOP)
- Online IOP
- Outpatient detox
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Case management and family therapy
Our treatment facility is perfect for anyone who has been clean for several years and needs extra help and for those who have completed a residential treatment program. To learn more about our outpatient mental health treatment program and how it can benefit your mental health, call 833.448.0127 today to speak with our friendly and compassionate staff.