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Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Outpatient addiction treatment is similar to an inpatient program; however, the patient doesn’t live at the facility. They come for therapeutic activities but go home at the end of each day.


Rehab Aftercare To Support Long-Lasting Sobriety

Rehab is just the first step in recovery. After a patient leaves, they’re in a vulnerable state — aftercare can help them resist temptation, manage triggers and build a new, alcohol-free life. At God's Chosen Ones, we develop an aftercare plan for every patient and connect them with the appropriate resources. With continued work and support, it’s possible to maintain long-term sobriety.


Common aftercare activities include:

Therapy (group, individual and family)

12-step programs (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Case management

Life coaching

Medication management

Sober living homes

Healthy eating and exercise routine

Therapies Used in Treatment

Here at God's Chosen Ones, we use a variety of therapeutic tools to treat Alcohol Use Disorder.


Neurobehavioral Therapy: This intervention strategy happens in two phases. First, a clinician uses a set of assessment tools to identify the problems that led to addictive behaviors — among alcoholics, this might include impulsivity or mood swings. Then, they come up with a targeted treatment to alter the neural pathways and a set of metrics to monitor progress. At God's Chosen Ones, we use cutting-edge technology to aid the process and change problematic behaviors.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This type of traditional counseling aims to identify and change the unhelpful patterns of thought and behavior that contribute to alcohol problems. The patient learns to change their thoughts, develop new beliefs and build healthy coping strategies.


Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET): These sessions help the patient develop a strong sense of internal motivation. This can help them feel more engaged in the treatment process; it can also create a desire to change destructive behaviors.


Family Therapy: Alcohol use disorder affects more than the individual; it can also damage family relationships. Family therapy can repair those bonds and educate family members about alcohol abuse.


Support Groups: These groups offer peer-to-peer counseling, education and a supportive community


California ranks 49th in the United States for the percentage of adults who drink excessively. In California, 17.9% of adults reported drinking excessively, which is lower than the national average of 18.6%. Excessive drinking is defined as consuming more than four drinks for women and more than five drinks for men on a single occasion, or consuming more than seven drinks per week for women and more than 14 drinks per week for men.