Outpatient Rehab Programs
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Do you have a problem with prescription painkillers, alcohol or other drugs? Are you losing control? The outpatient rehab program at Synergy Recovery Services can help you stop using drugs and alcohol and start living again. Call Synergy Recovery Services now to help with your drug or alcohol addiction. Contact us at 661-878-9930.
At Synergy Recovery Services, we know addiction isn’t a matter of being weak-willed or fragile — it’s a disease. We treat both the person and the disease behind the person with care, compassion and experience.
Synergy Recovery Services offers a comprehensive addiction treatment program that integrates psychosocial counseling with prescription medications. Dr. Trobisch, our medical director, specializes in addiction medicine, and our team can help you get your life back on track.
Outpatient rehab offers medication, counseling and support for people trying to quit drugs and alcohol. An outpatient setting means that clients visit the center daily for appointments but aren’t in residence. Instead, during outpatient drug and alcohol rehab, clients meet with a doctor specializing in addiction medicine, addiction counselors and others to learn how to manage their illness and work towards recovery.
Outpatient rehab programs differ from center to center. With our intensive outpatient program in Bakersfield, CA, clients who do not need supervised detox can receive medical support and medicine to help wean them off the substances they are addicted to. Dr. Trobisch can prescribe various medications that can help you safely recover from opioid- and alcohol addiction.
In addition to medical treatment for addiction, Synergy Recovery Services also offers counseling to help people address the root of what led them to the addiction. Counseling sessions focus on managing situations that lead to relapse, learning how to live in recovery, handling cravings and more. Our counselors are experienced at motivating and encouraging individuals with addiction, and we always treat you with respect and dignity.
By attending the intensive outpatient rehab program at Synergy Recovery Services, you can continue going to work or school while getting help for your drug or alcohol addiction. Because both counseling and treatment take place at a medical office (also offering medical weight loss and cosmetic services) your treatment is discreet and nobody will judge you for attending an outpatient rehab program.
Numerous studies have shown that outpatient rehab works just as well as inpatient rehab. At Synergy Recovery Services, we have seen the proof of this among our clients who are now sober and healthy. These people know that addiction treatment doesn’t have to involve lengthy stays at centers far from home. You can regain your life and be free from drugs and alcohol with the right kind of help and support.
Every person is unique, and the choice of where to go for rehab is a personal one. You may benefit from outpatient rehab at Synergy Recovery Services if:
Our outpatient rehab program offers an intensive approach to recovery that many people find appealing. While some individuals like having more time for reflection and recovery meetings, others just want to focus on learning new skills to live sober without relying on drugs and alcohol.
Outpatient rehab at Synergy Wellness Center offers many benefits:
If you have questions about the intensive outpatient rehab services at Synergy Recovery Services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to help. We have extensive experience with helping people heal from addictions and fight for the sobriety and happiness they deserve. Dr. Trobisch is board certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine, and he is the only physician in Bakersfield, specializing in addiction medicine. Many clients love his down-to-earth yet compassionate approach to addiction. Call us at 661-878-9930, or view our testimonials below to learn more.
Very nice atmosphere, Counselors and Doctors are very caring and understanding