An addiction treatment program is a structured and organized approach to help individuals overcome substance abuse or addiction. It typically involves a combination of medical, psychological, and behavioral interventions aimed at helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety. Addiction treatment programs can be provided in various settings, such as outpatient clinics, inpatient facilities, and residential programs. Treatment may involve detoxification, individual and group counseling, education about addiction and recovery, medication-assisted treatment, and relapse prevention strategies. The specific program offered will depend on the individual’s needs, the severity of their addiction, and the resources available.