The Addiction Recovery Center at Greenwich Hospital offers outpatient services that allow patients to receive the treatment and support they need while maintaining employment and family life.
Alcohol and drug dependent individuals are prone to relapse. Because of this, the goal of the outpatient program is to teach the skills and provide the resources necessary to achieve long-term recovery.
The program follows a step-down process adjustable to the patient’s needs:
Day Outpatient Programs
Day Outpatient Programs allow patients to receive intensive treatment during the day and return home for the evening.
Intensive Outpatient Program
A step-down program for patients leaving inpatient care or a stand-alone treatment program for patients with active addictions
• Meets 4 days a week, 3 hours per session, for 4 to 6 weeks
• Uses the Matrix model with a focus on changing behavior for relapse prevention
For patients who may benefit from a less intensive level of care
• Meets twice a week, 90 minutes a session
• Provides opportunities to interact with group members who understand the struggles common to the recovering addict
• Focuses on maintaining long-term drug avoidance while dealing with real life issues without mood-altering substances
Continuing Care Group
For patients firmly established in recovery
• Meets once a week, 90 minutes
• Develops skills that promote personal growth and continued drug avoidance
• Helps patients recognize personal recovery is a lifelong process
Evening Outpatient Programs
For patients who are employed or have other commitments, ARC offers the following evening programs:
Evening Intensive Outpatient Program
• Meets 3 hours per session, 4 evenings a week
Continuing Care Group
• Meets one evening a week for 90 minutes
The Addiction Recovery Center offers medical assessments and highly individualized medication strategies to target both psychiatric and addictive disorders.
Psychiatric disorders are frequently treated with antidepressants, antipsychotic medications, and mood stabilizers. Addictive disorders may be treated with medications that block or suppress the effects of alcohol or narcotics.
For a complete description of our recovery and support programs, see our Calendar and view by the category ‘Support Group’ or by specific date. See Calendar >>