Partial Hospitalization Program
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Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) offer a safe, comfortable environment for you or your loved one. PHP at the Recovery Institute of Ohio specializes in effective treatment for individuals suffering from addiction and substance abuse. Our goal is to provide clients with the tools they need for a successful recovery, helping them live a sober life that is complete with fulfillment. We provide customized care from expert addiction specialists, psychiatrists, physicians, and licensed counselors, ultimately creating positive change and self-respect in each individual’s life..
What is a Partial Hospitalization Program?
Partial Hospitalization Programs provide intensive care without requiring individuals to live at our facility. Clients attend group therapy 6 days per week (Monday through Saturday), in addition to attending seven Twelve Step Program meetings per week. Clients also meet individually with their therapist on a weekly basis.
- Individual, Group, and Family Therapy with Clinical Staff
- Weekly individual sessions with your Primary Therapist
- Medication Management and Psychiatric Assessment, if indicated
- Wellness Center Activities (Stress Management/Recreational Therapy)
- Art and Music Therapy
- Job Readiness Participation and Internet Job Searches
- Job Applications/Resumes and Coaching for Job Interviews
- Life Skills
- Anger Management/Aggression Control and Domestic Violence Groups
- 12 Step meeting list and schedules (AA, NA, etc.)
- Employment Phase (treatment schedule is adjusted for clients who work)
- Housing Assistance, if indicated
- Random UA/breathalyzer tests
- Discharge and Aftercare Planning
- Case management for legal, medical, education, employment, transportation and other concerns
What Should I Expect From a Partial Hospitalization?
PHP programs can be ideal for individuals who have already completed a residential treatment program and are transitioning back to their normal routine.
The benefits of our PHP include:
Individuals participating in our Partial Hospitalization Program receive care from expert addiction specialists, doctors, and psychiatrists.
Frequent Treatment Sessions:
Participate in both group therapy and individual therapy sessions throughout the day. Additionally, there are wellness activities daily that focus on healing through art, music, stress management, and recreational therapy. Individuals also have access to life skills courses and Twelve-Step meetings.
Ability to Live at Home:
PHP serves as a transitional program for those who have already participated in our residential treatment and are ready to slowly get back to their normal lives. While still serving as an intensive program, it allows for individuals to take their recovery one step at a time in a manner that suits their needs and isn’t overwhelming.
PHP tends to be a lower cost than a residential treatment program since the individual is living at their own home.
At the Recovery Institute of Ohio, we are a treatment program for those who seek recovery from substance abuse disorders and/or mental health problems. Through our Partial Hospitalization Program, we strive to provide you with a safe, secure, supportive environment, and a wide variety of professional services, activities, and experiences that will empower you in your journey towards success.
Are Partial Hospitalization Programs Effective?
Yes, PHPs are known to be effective for specific individuals. Since this type of program is an outpatient program, it tends to be the most effective for individuals who have a supportive, sober home environment. For example, if an individual is living at home with someone who is abusing substances, it can make rehab and recovery difficult for the individual participating in PHP.
People who have experienced a relapse in the past, have co-occurring disorders, or have been a victim of abuse might need to start with an inpatient program and then slowly transition to the PHP.
One of our licensed medical professionals can determine which program is the best fit for you or your loved one based on your substance abuse history.
Does Insurance Cover Partial Hospitalization?
Some insurance policies might cover the costs of a Partial Hospitalization Program. We recommend that you contact your insurance provider and ask them about your coverage options. For specific questions about payments, please Contact Us.