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Top Rated Outpatient Drug Rehab Center in Houston

Novo Detox is a treatment center with a detox and inpatient rehab facility that is fully accredited by The Joint Commission, the California Department of Health Care Services, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

We are the best detox and rehab center for addiction for Houston, Texas residents because we have a full staff of caring and empathetic, dedicated experts available to our patients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our drug and alcohol detox and rehabilitation programs have a high recovery rating, with our patients avoiding the ping pong effect.

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Top Rated Outpatient Drug Rehab Center in Houston

A residential inpatient or outpatient substance abuse program can be the catalyst for someone starting a new phase of their life without the harmful impacts of drugs or alcohol. Each year millions of people begin addiction therapy as part of rehab treatment for substance use disorders and start on their road to recovery. No one ever plans on having a drug rehab in Houston as part of their life but taking this step if you’re struggling with addiction is definitely a positive move in the right direction. 

Novo Detox offers rehab treatment for people struggling with drug addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. We have teen and adult rehabilitation plans as we know people of all ages can have problems with substance abuse. We provide specialized treatment plans for many different types of substance categories. No matter whether you need alcohol detox, drug detox, residential inpatient rehab, or even online substance abuse treatment, we can help you at Novo Detox. Call today and speak to one of our experienced drug and alcohol counselors and find out how we can assist you in starting a healthier, happier lifestyle.

Drug Rehab That Allows You to Still Go to Work & School

Rehab treatment that takes place in a residential inpatient setting can be an excellent way for people to address their issues with substance use disorders. However, inpatient rehab is not a perfect fit for everyone. One of the major factors of someone successfully entering addiction recovery is that they are comfortable with the treatment plan they are following and the environment where it takes place. It’s a waste of everyone’s time if someone is more stressed by being in an inpatient rehab program than before they started treatment due to the responsibilities they have in their life.


An outpatient rehab program is one of the most flexible options for treatment for drugs or alcohol. Outpatient drug or alcohol addiction treatment can be the first step of someone’s overall treatment plan or come after an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program. At Novo Detox, we not only have many medical detox options but also short-term inpatient rehab plans of one to six weeks that people can also take advantage of when they cannot commit to being away from things going on in their lives longer.

This boils down to an abuse treatment program in an outpatient setting, where you can continue to go to school or work, take care of your home and household responsibilities, be with your family every night, and still participate in helpful drug abuse treatment. Many companies talk about work-life balance, and the same concept can be applied to alcohol and drug treatment.

Benefits of Outpatient Drug Rehab

Outpatient drug rehab can include almost all of the same types of treatment as outpatient rehab with the added benefit of a lot of flexibility. An outpatient abuse treatment program can incorporate individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and many other alternative therapy options an individual would find in an inpatient drug rehab center residential program. Individual therapy sessions with a primary therapist can be scheduled in the morning before work or school or in the afternoon or evening, depending on what works best for the client. Except for situations where drug rehab is court-ordered, substance abuse treatment is voluntary and should work for the client and how it best fits their life while still helping them move forward. 

One thing to make sure to do before beginning an addiction treatment program, well before you begin the admission process, is to ask a lot of questions. Ask about the schedules for individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy sessions. Ask how long each individual counseling session will be and how many times a week you will meet. Talk to the outpatient treatment program staff about your work or school schedule so they know the best way to help you integrate therapy sessions. The more questions you ask about your treatment plan before it starts, the more comfortable you will be, resulting in you being more committed to the process.

What to Expect During Outpatient Rehab

An outpatient treatment program begins similarly to an alcohol detox, drug detox, or inpatient treatment program. The admission process includes visiting our drug rehab center and reviewing basic information with our staff. Any personal information beyond the basic items will be discussed in private. If you have taken part in an alcohol or drug detox program, part of your discharge planning will be to go over outpatient rehab options. If you were not in any type of inpatient program before beginning rehab with us, you will meet with our medical staff and behavioral health experts to do a full workup before starting any individual counseling or any other aspects of an outpatient treatment program. 

Within an outpatient rehab program, there are many options beyond individual counseling. Individuals can take part in an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) which is sometimes referred to as a day program, and take advantage of alternative therapies like meditation and yoga classes as well as our aftercare program and alumni program, both which help with long term support for our clients.

How Long Does Outpatient Rehab in Houston Last With Novo Detox?

The length of time someone spends in recovery programs is totally up to them. This may sound very simple, but each person will progress at their own pace during behavioral therapy and other parts of outpatient drug rehab, so there is truly no set length of time for outpatient rehab. Other portions of an overall treatment plan may have more set timeframes, like a 30, 60, or 90-day inpatient rehab plan, but the goal of outpatient rehab is for someone to feel comfortable in society going about their day-to-day responsibilities without needing regular therapy sessions. How long that takes is different for each individual. Continuing outpatient drug rehab until a person is 100% ready to be on their own is an excellent relapse prevention step for people beginning their addiction recovery.


An Intensive Outpatient Program is a very good way for someone who needs more individual therapy and group sessions each week than typical outpatient rehab provides to do so without participating in residential inpatient treatment. Again, many people cannot step away entirely from their life responsibilities, and inpatient care is not an option for them. During an IOP, individuals participate in one-on-one and group sessions multiple days each week, anywhere from two to five days depending on the program. Additionally, patients typically spend multiple hours each day with their primary therapist or group. This still allows for scheduling that can take work and school into account.


A Partial Hospitalization Program or day program is a little more intense than an IOP but is based on the same theories. Patients often go to counseling sessions every day of the week, or each weekday, as part of this type of addiction treatment. An IOP or PHP is flexible, and the exact schedule of sessions can be discussed with a person’s primary therapist. Treatment programs like these usually last from eight to 12 weeks. They can be incorporated into an over-treatment plan in several ways. One example is for a person to take part in an IOP or PHP directly after they complete an inpatient program so that they are still getting a higher level of care than typical outpatient rehab. This creates a bridge between different levels of care that is a good idea for many patients. Another way therapists employ these programs is when they are working with someone in outpatient rehab, and they are not progressing as well as expected. An IOP or PHP can boost the frequency and length of their weekly sessions, which can help them work on specific issues stemming from their substance abuse struggles.

Which Outpatient Treatment, IOP or PHP Is Right For Me?

Choosing between treatment programs can seem like a stressful time, but at Novo Detox, we will walk you through the options available. We will discuss individual, family, and group therapy options as part of your drug or alcohol rehab. This way, we can develop an outpatient program for you that works best for your needs.

Why Choose Novo Detox for Intensive Outpatient Treatment or Partial Health Programs?

Beginning any type of treatment for drugs and alcohol can be a big change in a person’s life. By choosing Novo Detox, you will work with the best outpatient drug treatment specialists who are all focused on you successfully beginning addiction recovery. If you would like to hear more about our substance abuse treatment options, call us today. We can answer any questions you may have and help you make decisions that are right for you.