The rapper was released from UCLA Medical Center Wednesday and has since then been treated as an outpatient and spent time with his family.
Kanye "will remain getting outpatient treatment till he is fully recovered," a source told E! News exclusively. "Kim wants him to continue getting therapy even after all of this. He has support from so many people."
"Kim is doing okay despite reports," the source continued. "She has many things on her plate so being overwhelmed is expected. She wants to get Kanye back on his feet. She is not leaving him. She loves him."
An insider had told E! News last week Kanye was "feeling better" and that he his and Kim's children North West and Saint West had helped fuel his decision to leave the hospital and continue his treatment on an outpatient basis.
Kanye voluntarily admitted himself to UCLA Medical Center on Nov. 21. His personal doctor had felt the rapper needed to be hospitalized, according to a 911 call recording obtained by E! News.
Kim had rushed to the hospital to be by his side, cutting short a trip to New York City, where she was expect to attend the annual Angel Ball.
The event would have marked her first public appearance since she survived a robbery in Paris in October. Since the incident, Kim has remained out of the spotlight and has also stopped posting new material on social media.