Outpatient addiction treatment is a form of addiction treatment that allows individuals to receive therapy, counseling, and medical support while living at home and attending treatment sessions on a part-time basis. It is a more flexible and less intensive form of treatment compared to residential or inpatient treatment. Outpatient addiction treatment may involve individual or group therapy, support group meetings, medication-assisted treatment, and other services to help individuals manage their addiction and achieve long-term recovery. It is often used as a step-down treatment option after completing a higher level of care, or as a first-line treatment for individuals with less severe substance use disorders.