The Partial Hospitalization Program – or PHP – refers to an intense and highly structured method of treatment for those in very early recovery and is often referred to as day treatment. This program is meant to be short-term and is a stabilization level of care. It is designed to address early withdrawal issues, stabilization, support, and structure through a highly personalized experience and ample therapeutic time with our professionals.
Our PHP program provides a foundation of healing, holistically focused on the overall person rather than just mere behaviors and symptoms. All human beings have biological needs to feel safe, secure, and connected, which are interrupted and disrupted in those suffering from substance use disorders and mental illness. Thus—structure, accountability, consistency, and connection are fundamental and essential building blocks to early addiction recovery and mental health stabilization.
PHP is meant for clients that are very early on in their recovery journey and trying to live a healthy life for the first time in sometimes, a long time. This program is best suited for people who are at a high risk for relapse and are in need of treatment for co-occurring conditions. Partial Hospitalization is available for Substance Abuse Treatment, Alcohol Abuse Treatment, and Dual Diagnosis Treatment. This could include anyone coming from detox, residential, or straight to us and those who are in need of high clinical support and structure through an immersive rehabilitation program. The client continues to live at home, but commutes to our treatment center every day Monday through Friday. Our goal with this program is to work to prevent in-patient hospitalization and help support healthy relationships within the family system.
This program requires clients to attend treatment for 6 hours per day, Monday – Friday 8:45am–4:00pm, for a short period of time based on their specific needs. This time period can be a couple of days or up to a month depending on the client’s progress or level of acuity and additional care needed. Both Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and mental illness are diseases of the brain that require consistent routine, structure, healthy accountability, and connection in order for brain healing and neuroplasticity (retraining and healing of the brain’s neural pathways). The initial PHP Program sessions are designed to help clients stabilize both physically and emotionally, and to cope with withdrawal symptoms for those who are detoxing. As they progress, our experienced therapists will guide clients through a variety of group and individual therapies, such as:
In addition to our Partial Hospitalization Program, we also offer a Family Support Program as well as Addiction Support Groups & Workshops for the entire family unit during and after treatment.
The PHP level will help clients embark on a journey to wellness, happiness and a fulfilled life after dealing with a severe drug or alcohol disorder. Our PHP provides an individualized program that is designed for clients in the initial fragile stages of the recovery process, often times helping them take the first step in recovery. The program provides a highly structured environment as well as individualized attention and greater access to all members of our client care team.
Partial hospitalization programs are a great option for people who need to manage a mental illness, but don’t have the time or money to go away to a residential treatment facility. These programs are also available for people who have limited access to transportation or live in isolated areas. Partial hospitalization programs can be used along with other forms of therapy and medication, and they usually last from six months to one year.
But how do you know whether partial hospitalization is right for you? We’ve got some questions that can help you decide if this type of program is right for you:
Partial Hospitalization Programs work to give patients who are in need of mental health care a chance to get it without having to live in a hospital. The idea behind these programs is that patients can stay in their own homes and receive treatment from professionals who will help them learn how to cope with their problems.
There are many benefits and drawbacks to Partial Hospitalization Programs, but one of the biggest advantages is that it allows you to still live at home while getting your treatment. This means that you can continue working and participating in your normal activities while also receiving therapy and medication if necessary. Partial Hospitalization Programs are not an overnight fix; they are designed to help you learn how to manage your illness over time so that it doesn’t interfere with your daily life any longer than necessary.
The downside of these programs is that they can be expensive compared with other forms of mental health treatment such as group therapy or individual counseling sessions which may cost less per session but require more sessions overall before being effective enough for long-term use by most patients.
But overall, PHP’s benefits far outweigh their costs. They provide an extensive amount of support that can help you manage your illness and live a better life than you could have without them.
In these programs, you can expect to see a therapist and psychiatrist on a weekly basis. You’ll also spend time in group therapy sessions, which is where you’ll get to know other people who are going through similar struggles. These group sessions are often facilitated by a professional counselor or therapist, but they can also be led by peers who have been through similar experiences.
Partial hospitalization programs provide structure and support for mental health patients while still allowing them to maintain their independence and continue living at home (or at least close to home). This means that you won’t be forced into an institutionalized setting like a psychiatric hospital or residential treatment center—you’ll just have some extra support when it’s needed most. It’s worth noting that partial hospitalization programs are not for everyone.
If you’re suffering from a severe mental illness or struggling with addiction, a partial hospitalization program may not be able to meet your needs. It’s also important to keep in mind that these specialized programs demand a significant commitment from you. You’ll need to be willing to attend group sessions and individual therapy on a regular basis, as well as adhere to other rules and regulations set forth by the facility.
Our partial hospitalization program is just one component of our comprehensive treatment services, which includes tele-health and counseling support and through our unique tele-health program, we are able to offer you the convenience of treatment in your own home. So don’t let your addiction control you any longer. Get the help you need today and start living a life that’s free from drugs, alcohol and depression.