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Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) | Outpatient Services

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Outpatient Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Partial HospitalizationSometimes patients may need a more structured program and may seek an alternative to residential treatment. At The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, we provide a more intensive program that involves group sessions, psychiatric consultation and family involvement.  

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), also known as day and night substance abuse program, offers an intensive level of care to patients in an outpatient setting. This serves as an alternative to a residential treatment program, while being more structured than intensive outpatient treatment.

Benefits of the PHP Program

PHP allows patients to reside in a recovery residence or in an environment that is similar to what they will experience upon completion of treatment. Patients attend treatment six days per week for five hours each day in accordance with their individualized treatment plan. There will also be two one-on-one sessions a week. 

After a full assessment, patients will have access to a variety of outpatient services. Patients in our PHP program can receive the following services: 

Patients can also participate in our specialized tracks, activities, events and life skills training that are held every week at our outpatient center.  

PHP - Outpatient Services

Intensive Outpatient Care

Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction is a long-term process. At the Treatment Center Outpatient Services, we aim to help our patients thrive in recovery by preparing them for an enriched, healthy, and sober lifestyle. 

With our Partial Hospitalization Program, patients will receive a more intensive treatment plan focused on their individual needs, along with integrative treatment through our outpatient services.  Call Today (844) 211-7944

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