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What Types of Addiction Treatment are Available?

In this article, we will explore the different types of addiction treatment programs that are available.

April 19, 2023

Addiction can be a devastating disease, affecting not only the individual struggling with it, but their loved ones as well. Fortunately, there are various addiction treatment programs available to help those who are struggling to overcome their addiction and regain control of their lives.

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Types Of Addiction Treatment

  1. Inpatient
  2. Outpatient
  3. Partial Hospitalization
  4. Intensive Outpatient
  5. Dual Diagnosis
  6. 12-Step

1. Inpatient Treatment Programs

Inpatient treatment programs, also known as residential treatment programs, provide a highly structured and supportive environment for individuals struggling with addiction.

Patients live at the treatment facility for the duration of their treatment, which can range from a few weeks to several months. Inpatient treatment programs typically offer a variety of therapies, including individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy, as well as holistic treatments like yoga and meditation.

2. Outpatient Treatment Programs

Outpatient treatment programs are a more flexible option for individuals who cannot commit to living at a treatment facility for an extended period of time. Patients attend treatment sessions at a treatment center or clinic, but are able to live at home and continue with their daily responsibilities, such as work or school.

Outpatient treatment programs can vary in intensity and duration, and may offer a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and medication-assisted treatment.

3. Partial Hospitalization Programs

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) are a type of outpatient treatment program that provides more intensive care than traditional outpatient treatment.

Patients attend treatment sessions during the day, typically for six to eight hours, but return home in the evenings. PHPs offer a range of therapies, including individual therapy, group therapy, and medication-assisted treatment, and may also provide medical and psychiatric care.

4. Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are another type of outpatient treatment program that offer a higher level of care than traditional outpatient treatment.

Patients attend treatment sessions for several hours per day, several days per week, but are able to live at home and continue with their daily responsibilities. IOPs typically offer a range of therapies, including individual therapy, group therapy, and medication-assisted treatment.

5. Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Dual diagnosis treatment programs are designed for individuals who are struggling with both addiction and a co-occurring mental health disorder, such as depression or anxiety. These programs offer integrated treatment for both conditions, and may include therapies like cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and medication management.

6. 12-Step Programs

12-Step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), are peer-led support groups that follow a set of guiding principles and steps for recovery. These programs offer a supportive community of individuals who are also in recovery, and provide a structured approach to overcoming addiction.

Types of Treatment Services

In addition to the different types of addiction treatment programs, there are various types of treatment services that may be offered within these programs. These services can help individuals with addiction address specific needs and challenges that they may face during their recovery journey.

Some common types of treatment services include:

  • Behavioral Therapy: Behavioral therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on changing negative or harmful behaviors and thoughts. This type of therapy can help individuals with addiction learn new coping skills and strategies for managing triggers and cravings.
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment: Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) involves the use of medications, in combination with behavioral therapies, to help individuals with addiction manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings. MAT has been shown to be effective in treating opioid and alcohol addiction.
  • Holistic Therapies: Holistic therapies, such as yoga, meditation, and art therapy, focus on treating the whole person - mind, body, and spirit. These therapies can help individuals with addiction reduce stress, improve mood, and develop a sense of inner peace.
  • Support Groups: Support groups provide a safe space for individuals with addiction to connect with others who are also in recovery. These groups can offer emotional support, encouragement, and accountability throughout the recovery process.
  • Family Therapy: Addiction not only affects the individual struggling with it but their loved ones as well. Family therapy can help families learn how to communicate effectively, set healthy boundaries, and rebuild trust after the damage caused by addiction.

By offering a variety of treatment services within their programs, addiction treatment providers can tailor their approach to meet each individual's unique needs and circumstances.

Support Following Treatment

Support following treatment is an essential component of addiction recovery. It can help individuals maintain their sobriety, prevent relapse, and build a fulfilling life in recovery. There are various types of support available to individuals after completing addiction treatment.

One common form of support is ongoing therapy or counseling. This can involve individual therapy sessions, group therapy, or a combination of both.

Ongoing therapy can help individuals address any underlying mental health issues that may contribute to addiction, as well as provide them with continued support and guidance throughout their recovery journey.

Another form of support is participation in a recovery community or support group. These groups can offer a sense of belonging and connection to others who have experienced similar struggles with addiction.

Examples of recovery communities include 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), as well as non-12 step programs like SMART Recovery.

In addition to therapy and support groups, other types of support may be helpful for individuals in recovery. For example, some people find that incorporating mindfulness practices like meditation or yoga into their daily routine helps them stay centered and focused on their recovery goals.

It's also important for individuals in recovery to have access to resources that can help them address any practical challenges they may face as they rebuild their lives in sobriety. This could include assistance with finding employment or housing, financial counseling, or legal services.

By providing ongoing support following treatment, individuals with addiction can have the tools and resources they need to maintain their sobriety and build a fulfilling life in recovery.


In conclusion, there are a variety of addiction treatment programs available to help individuals overcome addiction and regain control of their lives. The type of program that is right for an individual will depend on their unique needs and circumstances. Whether someone needs intensive inpatient treatment or a more flexible outpatient program, there are resources available to help them on their journey to recovery.

Dr. Elizabeth Drew
Medical Director

Medical Director Dr. Elizabeth Drew graduated from Hahnemann University School of Medicine and completed her family practice residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown PA. In 2005, she opened her family medicine office in Doylestown, and in 2008 she treated her first patient for opiate addiction.

Since then Dr. Drew has attained her board certification in Addiction Medicine, treated more than a thousand patients for addiction to opiates and alcohol, participated in programs to educate the community, traveled to Washington DC to educate our legislators, and served as Medical Director at some of the best addiction treatment programs in Pennsylvania.

She understands that addiction is a chronic disease that no one would choose to have, and her treatment philosophy is based on respect, compassion, and empowerment. She is excited to be the Medical Director of MPower Wellness and work to provide superior addiction treatment in Chester County.

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