Partial hospitalization is a voluntary, day-treatment program that offers intensive therapeutic care for adults struggling with the use of alcohol, drugs, emotional and behavioral concerns that have interfered with their daily functioning.
A Partial Hospitalization Program, or day hospital, is a very structured day program that provides several hours of therapy such as skill-building and behavioral modification each day to assist you with harm reduction and a transition to abstinence from alcohol, drugs, and mood-altering substances.
You will participate in a daily routine in a PHP.
Partial hospitalization care is provided in a supportive and confidential group setting and offers patients the comfort of returning home each evening.
PHP clients can expect to attend therapy groups Monday through Friday for about six hours (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.).
Clients in partial hospitalization can also expect to receive a minimum of 1 hour of individual counseling per week.
PHPs can last from one to six months or as little as one week.
Prior to completion of partial hospitalization, the treatment team will help you plan for your ongoing care and will make sure you have all the information you need, pertaining to discharge recommendations and referrals.
After completing a PHP, clients continue treatment individually with a therapist and or in group therapy in an outpatient setting.
Your first step is to call us to schedule your initial appointment MON-FRI 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
Most clients receive same-day assessments.
At the time you call to schedule your intake appointment, you will need to have insurance information available as well as complete admission and screening documents. Clients will be given a link (email) to privately complete the requested paperwork. Our staff is prepared to help you navigate this process.
If you are unable to complete admission documents virtually you do have the option to come in person. Once you complete the forms, you will be assigned a therapist to complete your assessment and determine the best level of care.
The assessment session provides an opportunity for you to build rapport with the therapist and provide them with some background information about yourself and the reasons you are seeking services. In addition, the counselor will be able to answer your questions regarding assessment recommendations, services, confidentiality, and what to expect in therapy.
Your first step towards a new life begins today!