Actress Lindsay Lohan has left the Utah rehab facility where she has been undergoing treatment since August, People.com reported Friday.
"She's finished the program," a source has confirmed. "Lindsay is done, but she may come back for outpatient treatment. She over-extended her stay because she wanted to. She could have been out awhile ago, but she chose to stay."
Lohan's mother, Dina, told People: "I'm proud of her. She's moving ahead with her life. Things were getting out of control. She took action. She took responsibility. She really needed to heal."
The actress's father, Michael, was by her side as she left the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center.
"I will be there in her life as best I can, but from here on, she's going to have a lot of decisions to make on her own," he said.
The father and daughter reunited last month for the first time in three years.
"Lindsay will start her life over," the source said. "She's gotten rid of the people around her who were bad influences."
Lohan reportedly is planning to start work on her new film, "Dare to Love Me," in Los Angeles later this month.