Lindsay Lohan has kept her promise and joined an outpatient program.
The recovering alcoholic has finished her six week long intensive rehab treatment at Promises and will now be continuing on the road to sobriety with the help of meetings and an alcohol monitoring bracelet.
The "Mean Girls" stars rep, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, told PEOPLE, "She has transitioned to an intensive outpatient program, which includes attendance at daily AA meetings, outpatient therapy and daily testing. She's doing great. Lindsay is working hard on her sobriety and we are all supporting her."
Lindsay, who turned 21 on July 2, was spotted wearing her alcohol monitoring bracelet while in Las Vegas over the weekend. The starlet was throwing a party at nightclub Pure, however she stayed away from the bar and made her bracelet visible.
Her publicist continued, "[Lindsay] has also made the decision in support of her sobriety to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet. In part she is wearing the bracelet so there are no questions about her sobriety if she chooses to go dancing or dining in a place where alcohol is served."
After Lindsay's first attempt at rehab, she hit the L.A. club scene with full force and was eventually taken to Promises after running her Mercedes into a tree.