Our Intensive Outpatient services allows clients to live at home and participate in therapy during the day, but usually for more hours per week than regular outpatient care. Depending on the treatment center, intensive outpatient programs can include nine hours of daytime rehabilitation or more. Intensive Outpatient can be a good transition from residential care as it provides more medical support for those who are just beginning their journey in sobriety. Our Intensive Outpatient afford clients more independence as they transition from inpatient to outpatient care and sober living at home. Intensive outpatient care can benefit those continuing treatment after residential care, and people who cannot commit to living on-site or afford inpatient treatment.
Hilda's Place also provides Emergency Assessment and Referral Services on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm.
Outpatient rehab allows clients to live at home and participate in treatment at our outpatient center during the daytime. Our program affords people more freedom in treatment, giving clients the ability to maintain a job and keep up with day-to-day responsibilities at home. Those just beginning Our outpatient care may need daily sessions with our therapist or clinical staff, while those further along in recovery (or with less severe addictions) may be successful with part-time sessions once or twice per week.
Outpatient programs usually last anywhere from one to three months, as this is the window of time in which our clients in recovery are most vulnerable to relapse. The length of time a client spends our outpatient care depends on their progress of their recovery, which takes into account their mental stability and physical health.
Hilda's Place offers DUI/DWI Services
DUI is an acronym for driving under the influence. It usually refers to driving under the influence of alcohol. But it can also apply to other substances.Blood alcohol content (BAC) is used to determine if a person is driving under the influence of alcohol. In the United States, a BAC of 0.01 indicates that there are 0.01 grams of alcohol for every 10th of a liter of blood in the individual's system. Law enforcement officers often use a breathalyzer test, which gives a breath alcohol concentration (BrAC) that can be used to determine a person's BAC.1
Being charged with DUI or DWI is a life-changing event. One may spend one or more nights in jail, are later released with a court date, and will then need to obtain legal representation prior to their court appearance. Sometimes, entering an addiction recovery program such as Hilda's Place can help a person avoid jail time. Other times, the person may be mandated to enter a rehabilitation program.