In some cases, longer-term programs that include psychotherapy can be helpful because they address the underlying issues that contribute to addictive behavior. Examples include 12 step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous which emphasize peer support while focusing on spiritual growth &personal accountability . Dialectical Behavior Therapy and other models provide tools to help patients deal with difficult situations or emotions without resorting back to addiction.
The last option is pharmacological treatment. This should always be done in conjunction with psychosocial therapy for the best outcome. By combining any two or more therapeutic approaches one increases the overall likelihood of achieving sustained abstinence &improved quality life over time.