Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient Rehab in Central Florida

What Is Outpatient Rehab?

Outpatient rehab involves scheduled online appointments with our addiction treatment providers, including doctors, therapists and social workers. You’ll participate in-person at the Orlando Outpatient Center or virtually according to your schedule. Outpatient treatment is less expensive and more flexible, but patients are entirely responsible for their sobriety while not in appointments. 

Is outpatient treatment right for me?

Outpatient treatment could be a good fit if these apply to you.

  • I’ve completed inpatient care and want additional support.
  • My addiction would be diagnosed as mild substance use disorder.
  • I have supportive loved ones and a safe, stable home life.
  • I cannot put my work, school or family responsibilities on hold.

What To Expect in Our Outpatient Program

Outpatient treatment can help patients get back to their daily life after inpatient rehab or be the first level of care for those with milder addictions. You’ll explore the cause of your addiction with your counselor in individual sessions, build fellowship and support in group therapy and receive high-quality medical treatment as your schedule allows so you can keep working, attending school or caring for your family. 

Individual and group therapy

Expert medical care

Medication management

Treatment for co-occurring disorders

Speak With Admissions

Recovery Advocates are available to answer your questions and help you start a treatment plan that’s right for you. 

Using Insurance for Outpatient Rehab

Orlando Outpatient Center is in-network with most national and local insurance providers. We can verify your insurance coverage or discuss private payment options. 

Your Recovery Is Our Mission

If you struggle with addiction, you’re not alone. Read our reviews and explore why Orlando Outpatient Center may be the right place for your treatment.

Mike W.
14:36 25 May 23
Very nice facility. They made sure we did what we needed to, to get detoxed. Very helpful staff.
Juan Gonzalez J.
22:33 20 May 23
Great experience! Real helpful crew! Well kept and clean facility! Would definitely recommend for an addict who is in need of recovery!
Alex F.
15:26 04 May 23
ORC was the best decision I made in my life. The only thing I’d say anything negative about is that (these things didn’t bother me but seemed to bother other patients the most) there’s a ton of silly little rules that my peers seemed to be bothered by- smoke break times, how they handle smoke break lighters, leisure time outside of building at the detox & residential level of care (the program is meant to feel like you’re gaining more freedom the higher up in care you go . PHP and IOP levels of care. There’s a method to the madness, BE PATIENT AND WILLING TO SURRENDER) , Medication Lines (Both AM & PM), some people not getting prescribed certain meds that they want (you’re in treatment for a reason, they’re not just going to give you any medication you ask for), patients taking things to heart and getting offended from out of context things. The company may be a little disorganized on the back of house end, but to be honest, the clinical staff made up for all the negatives in my book. My therapist Veronica was awesome, I was lucky to have her on my side for this journey. Alia, Robin, Gabe, Ryan (You Matter! (Rec therapist)), Nyema, TJ, Johanna, Richard, Jeffrey, Tiffany, David, Ashley, and Amira were all essential components to my journey at ORC. There are so many Behavioral techs at the facility but the main ones whom I would shout out personally are , Mattie, Alicia, Tamiko, Ms.Sophia, Ms.Alma, Tabitha, Phil (Meds Meds Meds!) , Crystal, and Ebony. Everyone I named is phenomenal and I want you all to know how important each and everyone of you were to my time at ORC. I couldn’t have made it with out those staff members listed above and of course, most importantly, my peers. The camaraderie that I had with other patients was also essential to my recovery at orc. I suggest going in with an open mind, and be willing to surrender to the program as that’s how it will help you on your journey to recovery. They give you structure and help you get comfortable with being bored (IOP & PHP level of care). I learned so much about myself outside of just the addiction part of things and I am forever grateful for that experience. I would recommend ORC to every single person who needs help in this field. Thank you ORC you guys are a 10/5 in my book, and with that I leave you with a 5/5. - Alex FuentesP.S—Special shout out to Tank (Kitchen Staff) & Luz ( Positivity Heals)-
Valeria R.
14:22 02 May 23
I have always had a positive experience and the right answer to my questions.
Francisco R.
22:25 28 Mar 23
Awesome place to go and be sober, great support staff (AA)(CA)(NA) Great (BHT) and Nurses..Great food! Swimming pool/Gym and more!They saved my life they can save yours!
Kamall J.
17:57 21 Mar 23
Had a great experience

FAQs About Outpatient Rehab

How long is outpatient rehab?

How long outpatient rehab takes differs for each person. However, most patients complete their outpatient treatment program in one to three months or up to a year.

Is drug or alcohol detox included?

Medical detox is not offered in outpatient treatment. Those needing medical detox can finish this program separately before starting inpatient or outpatient rehab.

Does outpatient rehab work?

Yes, outpatient rehab has helped many people heal from addiction. Substance use disorders cannot be “cured”, but recovery is possible. Our patients’ physical and mental health, relationships with loved ones, safety, legal status, employment or educational status and relapse time often improve greatly after treatment with us.

Is transportation provided for outpatient rehab?

No, you are responsible for your transportation to and from the Orlando Outpatient Center, though virtual appointments may be available through Nobu, our online mental wellness app.

How can I pay for outpatient rehab?

Insurance may cover the cost of some or all of outpatient rehab, but copays and meeting deductibles may be required. Orlando Outpatient Center also helps those without insurance develop affordable payment plans.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

Several laws are in place to protect employees who attend rehab. Outpatient sessions can also be scheduled around work hours.

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Our full continuum of personalized treatment programs ensures each client gets professional care that meets their needs.