Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals, their families and those in their communities.
Our intensive group therapy approach is designed to identify and address underlying feelings and core beliefs. The treatment we build for everyone here is individualized, and we work to create an environment where clients feel safe and want to come back to do the work.”
Our partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are mental health outpatient treatment plans that allow participants to attend for several hours a day and return home once their daily sessions are completed.
For individuals who don’t require a hospital stay or constant supervision, partial hospitalization programs can be an excellent alternative that allows them to dedicate time and attention to addressing their mental health condition while staying at home or with family members.
KEY FEATURES OF OUR PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION TREATMENT PROGRAM
Some of the main characteristics of our partial hospitalization program include:
- • It is conducted in an outpatient setting, allowing participants to live at home.
- • Individuals attend the program for several hours a day Monday through Friday or for a set number of days each week.
- • Participants are provided with intensive treatment, including most of the modalities offered to residential patients.
- • The program may help some participants avoid a hospital stay or transition back to home after a hospital or residential stay.
It is typically a short-term program that averages between three and four weeks in duration. However, some clients may benefit from a longer PHP plan or may move into an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for continued growth and support once they have completed the initial PHP plan.
WHO SHOULD CONSIDER A PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM?
Our mental health professionals can help you decide what level of care you require. However, some of the guidelines for people who could benefit from PHP include:
- • Individuals struggling to function at work, school, or other obligations due to their condition.
- • Those who are not at risk of harming themselves or others.
- • People who are medically stable and don’t require a hospital stay or constant supervision.
- • Patients who have had a hospital stay or residential stay and need support during their transition back home.
- • People who are struggling with individual therapy or intensive outpatient therapy (IOP) and need additional structure and support.
- • People who have supportive, positive home environments free from alcohol and drugs.
- • Participants who are looking for a more affordable alternative to inpatient or residential treatment and who fit the criteria mentioned above.
In our PHP programs, we work with people who suffer from a broad range of mental health struggles such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, gender and sexual identity issues, oppositional defiance, and comorbid substance abuse challenges.