Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
For those patients who have less severe addictions or have worked through earlier levels of care, the partial hospitalization program (PHP) may be a good fit. The path back to long-term recovery can involve treatment at many levels. Learn more about our partial hospitalization program at The Recovery Village Ridgefield.
What You Need to Know About Partial Hospitalization Programs
For patients who are suffering from a drug and/or alcohol addiction, a partial hospitalization program offers therapy and other healing activities. Patients will participate in the same rehabilitation curriculum as residential patients. However, they will have fewer hours of programming per week.
The partial hospitalization program is ideal for patients who do require more comprehensive treatment than that given in an outpatient program, but don’t require the intensive care provided during residential treatment.
Intake: What to Expect
We will start with a comprehensive assessment and evaluation so that we can determine if the PHP is the best fit for you. When you enter our facility, you will undergo a physical, biopsychosocial and psychiatric evaluation. The more our addiction specialists understand about your unique circumstances, the better they will be able to formulate an individualized treatment plan. Each patient will have a case coordinator to head the team so that all the staff can get to know each patient on an individual level.
Our Approach to Partial Hospitalization
While many treatment centers treat addictive behaviors, we take a holistic approach to treat the whole person. We use multiple disciplines and healing modalities in a blend of experience-based and traditional therapies. Patients in our partial hospitalization program will receive:
- One-on-one counseling sessions
- Daily group therapy sessions
- Recreational therapy
- Access to a team of healthcare professionals – physicians, nurses, mental health professionals and psychiatrists – that specialize in substance abuse and addiction recovery
- Medication management
Before participating in community meeting groups, you will meet with your treatment team. The morning hours will consist of the programs that line up with your individualized plan of treatment. Each week, you and your physician will meet to assess and review your progress from the standpoint of physical wellness.
Therapy sessions will cover topics such as substance abuse, trauma, assertiveness, sexuality, family patterns, and many more. Patients will be introduced to the 12 Steps, which are helpful for many people in recovery. In every session, your personal treatment goals will be reviewed, and you will discuss the ways in which you intend to meet these goals.
Because addiction affects everyone, why we focus on the entire family throughout family therapy sessions. In our family therapy sessions, we provide the space for honest and open conversations.
PHP Programs in Washington & Oregon
It is never too late to take your life back from the chains of addiction. The addiction specialists at The Recovery Village Ridgefield are dedicated to helping you begin your path to recovery. Convenient to Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon, our facility has provided many people with the healing they needed to start a journey to long-term sobriety.
If you are interested in a partial hospitalization program, reach out to us and give us a call. We are here 24 hours a day to answer any questions you may have. We understand that seeking treatment for substance use disorder can be overwhelming. Call us today and take the first courageous step towards recovery.
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