Adult Partial Hospitalization

Adult Partial Hospitalization

Adult Partial Hospitalization

The Partial Hospital Program (PHP) provides care for adults with mental health and substance-use disorders, which cannot be managed in a traditional outpatient setting. Admission into these levels of care are often part of a recovery plan when stepping down from inpatient or residential care.

Individual and group therapy, with psychiatry support, is the foundational element of this program. Patients often find the group-therapy treatment approach helpful in assuring them they are not alone in their thoughts, feelings and circumstances. The multi-disciplinary team provides education, individual therapy and guidance while the group provides useful feedback and support. The team includes licensed and certified counselors, psychiatrists, registered nurses and certified expressive arts.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is an ideal setting for:

  • Individuals who need step-down from inpatient care to continue recovery.
  • Clients experiencing a decline in functioning or an increase in symptoms, such as becoming more isolated, or expressing suicidal thoughts, but are not actively suicidal (no intent or plan).
  • Individuals who are still psychiatrically stable but are using maladaptive coping strategies, such as self-injury or self-medicating with substances, in response to their personal stressors and moods.

Intensive Outpatient Program Substance Abuse

Each person in the outpatient program is assigned a primary therapist who is responsible for co-creating an individual treatment plan, monitoring progress of treatment goals, providing one-on-one therapy, facilitating case management and developing an appropriate aftercare plan. Family involvement is highly encouraged and family therapy sessions may be part of a patient’s treatment plan.

Intensive Outpatient Program is an ideal setting for:

  • Step-down from Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP).
  • Individuals needing more structure and support than traditional outpatient therapy.
  • Reinforcement of skills and relapse prevention in order to transition back to daily life including home, school, and work.