Treatment Program Orientation Video
Watch the video below to learn more about our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program.
The Adult Partial Hospital Program (PHP) provides active, intensive therapeutic services in a coordinated and structured environment designed as an alternative to inpatient hospitalization. This short-term day treatment program is for adults who have significant difficulties functioning in their family, with their health or job and/or in their community but aren’t in immediate danger of harming themselves or others. Patients may be enrolled directly into a PHP program or may be “stepped down” from a hospital setting to facilitate the quickest return to the home setting.
We consider each individual’s cognitive, emotional, developmental, family and spiritual needs while thoroughly evaluating all underlying psychiatric conditions. Those who are dealing with substance abuse problems participate in a program designed to understand the disease concept of addiction, recognize and accept his/her problems with usage and put into place a recovery plan. Family members are encouraged to attend the weekly Family Program in order to gain a better understanding of addiction and learn healthy ways to support recovery.
The PHP is designed to provide a safe, supportive environment where you can learn about yourself and work on your personal issues. Services are provided by professionals from various healthcare disciplines, and treatment is received largely through daily group sessions related to:
- Goal setting
- Skill building
- Learning about mental illness
- Medical management of psychiatric disorders
- Occupational Therapy
- Activity Therapy
Family Therapy, Individual Therapy and Chemical Dependency Treatment (as needed) are also offered.
Partial Hospitalization Programs run from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday with the following programs available:
- Partial Hospitalization – Mental Illness
- Partial Hospitalization – Chemical Dependency or Dual Diagnosis
The treatment goals for Adult Partial Hospitalization include:
- Stabilize illness/behavior
- Learn skills and increase understanding necessary to resume basic occupational, educational or interpersonal functioning
- Prepare individuals for a return to healthy social and family relationships
- Teach patient to use available family, community and social support resources to avoid relapse
- Transition successfully to clinic follow-up or other levels of care as appropriate