Outpatient Care Services in San Jose, CA
Have you finished residential rehab, but feel like you could use more support? Or maybe, you're looking for a treatment program that fits with your work or school schedule? Support Systems Homes offers outpatient treatment at convenient locations in San Jose. Hours are flexible (daytime or nighttime) to fit your needs.
Our Outpatient Program
The ultimate goal of our outpatient treatment program is long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol. We help you achieve it via education and treatment so you can re-enter society and lead a responsible, successful drug- and alcohol-free life.
Support Systems Homes offers flexible, multi-level outpatient rehab programs for clients who are stabilized in terms of their addictions, but who are seeking a less-intensive treatment option than a residential treatment program. This level of care is an excellent choice for those who work, attend school, or have similar commitments.
A Continuing Treatment Solution
Support Systems Homes’ state-certified and CARF-accredited outpatient program is designed for clients who do not require—or who have completed— detoxification, residential treatment, or day treatment. Outpatient groups are offered several times throughout the week during the day or at night, depending on individual needs. The length of time in the program depends on the individual and can be up to 90 days (more if needed).
Outpatient treatment gives you the opportunity to interact in a real world environment while benefiting from a peer-oriented, structured therapeutic program. Progress along your individual treatment plan is assessed regularly by clinical staff. Safe, supportive living in our sober living homes is highly recommended during the outpatient treatment process. But it’s not required.
Graduates from the outpatient treatment program are welcome in our aftercare groups and alumni association. These groups help you with ongoing recovery support.
Our outpatient care programs include evaluations and assessments, legal system advocacy (when needed), educational groups, counseling, individualized treatment plans, family educational groups, discharge planning, relapse prevention, and free lifetime aftercare and alumni association activities upon graduating.