Most rehabilitation programs are divided into two categories: inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. Your program will depend on your substance addiction, past recovery journeys, and more.

Inpatient treatment is an intensive program where the patient lives at a treatment facility and works with their doctors, therapists, and other patients for the majority of the day.

Outpatient treatment is still focused on recovery and rehabilitation, but it is less intensive as the patient lives off-campus, either at home or in a sober living community, and comes to a treatment facility for a few hours a day. Outpatient therapy might be the next step for someone who has completed inpatient therapy.