The PHP for Mental Health (Partial Hospitalization Program) is a highly structured treatment program for clients with acute psychotic and severe mental health issues. It offers intensive day hospitalization for clients who require continued stabilization after leaving an inpatient unit. It is a support program that helps them to transition back into a more independent lifestyle.
Patients will receive completely individualized treatment to help facilitate the stabilization of symptoms in a less restrictive and non-institutional environment.How to get started
Patients who need to continue the stabilization process after leaving an inpatient care (detox) program and need a structured treatment program. This outpatient program is designed specifically for clients who we assess and determine that their primary diagnosis is mental health related.
We will be accepting clients who need to stabilize their mental health symptoms, receive group and individual care, gain psychiatric consult and evaluation, medication management needs, support within the community, and education on how to better manage their diagnosis.
In order to participate in PHP, individuals must have achieved the degree of stability that will allow them to fully engage in all therapeutic interventions, and must not have physical or psychological needs that require round-the-clock care.
Since PHP is an outpatient treatment program, participants must be capable of living independently, or must have secured other housing arrangements.
Clients, family members, and other referral sources can call our
admissions line from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday
We will help patients to:
1. Schedule an assessment with a licensed clinician
2. Gain recommendations for care and begin within 48 hours or less
3. Participate in the orientation process
4. Begin group sessions and meet with a counselor and psychiatrist
The Mental Health PHP is managed by a complementary inter-professional team of psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, recreationists, peer support workers, social recreation therapists, and psychologists.
The curriculum will provide an array of education on mental health, trauma work, experiential activities, art therapy, yoga/thai chi, skill building, process group, goal building and evaluation, and music therapy
Daily contact with medical staff (RN) and psychiatrist as needed along with medication management non addictive forming medications
All groups will be facilitated by licensed master level clinicians
Crisis intervention will be provided as needed
Discharge planning for ongoing IOP and individual care within the community upon completion of track
Assistance with FMLA or STD paperwork as needed
Case management as needed
Active psychosis (delusions, hallucinations)
Those who would have severe enough symptoms and would be unable to participate cordially in an assessment
Anyone actively abusing substances and not wanting to stop
Active suicidal or homicidal thoughts with a plan
Anyone wishing to remain on addictive forming medications- Adderall, benzos, pain killers, etc
Anyone threatening active harm to themselves or others
Group will run in hour long time frames from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. with an hour lunch from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. and then again from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
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