What Is Partial Hospitalization?
Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the most intensive level of psychiatric and medical care we offer to help clients recover from substance abuse.
While undergoing PHP, clients receive treatment aimed at helping them recover from addiction and uncover and treat other contributing factors at our safe and monitored facility. During evenings and overnight, clients can spend their time at a sober living home or in their own homes, taking a break from the intensive treatment and allowing for time to process what they are learning about themselves.
After detoxing, partial hospitalization is the recommended ﬁrst step toward sobriety for those who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, as it offers the highest chance of successful recovery.
At Foundations Wellness Center, we guide clients through a journey of discovery, both for greater self-awareness and to the specific areas they need to work on in order to best recover… for life.
A medical professional thoroughly evaluates clients upon admission to determine if PHP is the right level of care for them.
While in alcohol or drug addiction treatment, we provide an environment with the utmost care.
At Foundations Wellness Center, we help clients discover where their strengths lie and what they need to best recover from chemical dependence. We offer holistic alcohol and drug addiction treatment that is focused on the individual, so that clients can rebuild a foundation for a better life beyond addiction. Partial hospitalization is the ideal first step for those who have a chronic or recurring drug or alcohol use disorder and have completed detox.
Intensive & Mentored Treatment.
An Environment With Utmost Care.
Complete Support Throughout The Treatment.
Additional Assistance Every Step Of The Way.
Promise For A Better Life In The Real World.
How The Partial Hospitalization Program Works
How The Partial Hospitalization Program Works ?
Clients participate in a structured program consisting of over 40 hours of clinical treatment each week. We take into account each patient’s needs to provide them with individualized treatment plans.
Clients ﬁrst meet with a PHP treatment coordinator who orients patients to the program. The path continues with a psychosocial assessment that is used to create the treatment plan and set goals with the client. While in treatment, clients attend individual therapy and counseling sessions with a medical and clinical professionals. In addition, clients will interact with others in group therapy sessions, including specialty and peer groups.
The treatment is not only focused on helping clients overcome their addiction. Our staff use therapeutic techniques to address past behaviors while promoting positive actions and associations. Clients and their families will also be provided with all available resources to rebuild a foundation for a healthy lifestyle in recovery.
We also offer mental health psychiatric evaluations and effective psychopharmacological strategies to combat mental health issues like depression and anxiety.
As part of the program, our staff provides life-skills counseling, recovery education, a history and physical examination, as well as an extensive relapse prevention plan for clients who are nearing the end of their stay. Clients can also participate in our neurofeedback program, starting with a brain mapping assessment to pinpoint any abnormal brain functioning that may be present. Neurofeedback retrains your brain to respond to situations and stimuli in a healthier way.
Our team supervises and monitors clients throughout the process to ensure that they are on the right track for recovery. Clients are expected to report and communicate with all members of their clinical team continually during their stay with us.
When Is Partial Hospitalization Necessary?
Partial hospitalization is ideal for those who have a chronic or recurring drug or alcohol dependence. Struggling with substance abuse can be one of the toughest challenges to overcome. It requires intensive and monitored treatment.
Individuals who experience withdrawal symptoms when trying to stop using a substance, whether it’s drugs or alcohol, have likely developed a dependence. What most individuals may not be aware of is that post-acute withdrawal syndrome, or PAWS, can last two to four weeks after medical detox. This can make for an extremely uncomfortable situation if they are not given medical care. The environment they are surrounded by or live in can also exacerbate the substance abuse problem. At Foundation Wellness Center, our clients receive full support as well as professional medical attention to help alleviate these symptoms with medication.
A PHP program is probably the best option for those who are not sure what to do or how to continue their road to recovery. We pick up where medical detox leaves off, assisting with the transition for clients still experiencing PAWS, and providing hope for a better life in the real world.
The Ideal Partial Hospitalization Candidate
At risk of losing employment or needing to maintain other responsibilities
Has moved past detox and/or residential treatment but still needs additional support
Cannot afford an inpatient (residential stay) treatment
Works better with a more ﬂexible environment
Wants the freedom and ﬂexibility that a residential stay cannot provide
Already receives great support from family members and friends
Continued Path To Recovery
Once enrolling in our partial hospitalization program, clients are expected to be committed to focusing on sobriety. Clients receive our full support and additional assistance every step of the way. Each day, clients will gain vital tools to help them progress, and, within 30 to 60 days, they will be ready to gain independent living with our intensive outpatient program.
The intensive outpatient program consists of nine to 19 hours of treatment per week based on personal needs and desired treatment plan. This program offers clients more freedom to apply the skills acquired in therapy, and gets them on the track to full recovery.
Frequently Asked Questions
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If you’re considering addiction treatment or know someone who needs help, review our most frequently asked questions to find the answers that inform and provide essential peace of mind.
Do you support AA, NA, and similar 12-step programs?
Yes, our program is 12-step friendly; through incorporation and exposure tothe philosophies of 12-step programs, our clients have access to Alcoholics Anonymous, NarcotisAnonymous, and Celebrate Recovery community meetings.
Do you treat dual diagnosis?
Yes, through psychiatric evaluation and assessment you will be treated by highly qualified addiction clinicians and with a collegial, team approach.
Do you treat trauma?
Yes, through many different modalities. Our clinicians address the physical and mental symptoms of trauma in individual sessions via traditional psychotherapy. We also offer psychopharmacology treatment for trauma.
Does your program treat meth addiction?
Yes, we treat meth addiction, as well as any and all substances that can be abused or cause dependency.
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