Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
Our PHP program provides comprehensive support for individuals with intensive and immediate symptoms. This program is designed for individuals who were recently discharged from a hospital or detox center and are presenting with acute need. Our goal is to restore a sense of equilibrium and teach skills that empower our clients to live life to the fullest.
Our expert team of licensed counselors are equipped to help with:
- Addiction and substance abuse
- Mental health symptoms
- Co-occurring conditions
Clients receive therapy five hours per day, five days per week with psycho-educational sessions and process groups. Over the course of the treatment (2-6 weeks) each client will get:
- Individual counseling sessions
- Psychiatric assessment and follow-ups
- Medication monitoring
- Comprehensive support from their personal case manager
Upon completion of the program, we make sure that every client has a suitable after-care plan so that they have the right tools to thrive and avoid relapse.
Our Acute Partial Care and all of our programs use evidence-based treatments that focus on recovery and trauma-informed care
What is the difference between PHP and IOP Levels of Care?
Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are both types of mental health treatment programs, but they differ in terms of the level of care and support they provide.
A PHP is a more intensive level of care than an IOP. It is typically for individuals with serious mental health conditions that require a high level of support and structure in a less restrictive setting than inpatient hospitalization. PHP’s are a full-day program that usually runs for five hours daily five days per week. A PHP program will involve group therapy sessions, individual counseling, and medication management, as well as other therapeutic activities such as art or music therapy.
An IOP program, on the other hand, is a less intensive level of care than a PHP. It is typically for individuals who have made progress in treatment and are able to manage their symptoms with less intensive support. IOPs typically meet for 3 hours per day, 3 to 5 days per week, and may include group therapy, individual counseling, and medication management. These programs are designed to help individuals maintain their progress and continue to improve their symptoms and overall functioning.
In summary, a PHP is a more intensive program with a full-day schedule while an IOP is a less intensive program with a shorter schedule.
Partial hospitalization programs are an effective way to treat mental health. They offer a flexible and cost-effective alternative to inpatient treatment.
The partial hospitalization program is an intensive outpatient treatment program for people who have severe mental illness and need help with their symptoms but are not ready for inpatient care.