Outpatient alcohol rehab usually involves regular appointments with a therapist or counselor, as well as participation in support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous. The treatment plan may include individual or group therapy sessions, behavioral therapy, and medication-assisted treatment. The frequency of appointments can vary, but most outpatient alcohol rehab programs require at least one appointment per week. Outpatient rehab can be a good option for those with mild to moderate alcohol addiction, who can maintain their daily responsibilities while undergoing treatment.