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Introduction to Partial Hospitalization Programs
Women’s Partial Hospitalization Programs
Inpatient treatment programs require you to remain on-site at the rehab throughout your treatment program. For some, especially those struggling with a severe addiction, an addition to specific substances (such as alcohol, opioids, or benzodiazepines), or those who have experienced relapse, the inpatient level of care might be the best first step on their path to recovery. At an inpatient treatment center, you can expect around-the-clock care and support from professionally trained members of a treatment team. You will have access to mental health providers, medical providers, nutritionists, and pharmacologists as part of your day-to-day treatment program. Although inpatient treatment is excellent for some, the level of care provided at a residential program might be more than you need to address your treatment needs adequately.
Conversely, outpatient care might not provide an adequate level of treatment intensity. At an outpatient program, patients remain at home with their family and loved ones while attending therapy for a set number of hours each week. A traditional outpatient program requires far fewer hours than intensive outpatient programs or partial hospitalization programs. Additionally, outpatient programs are generally less structured. For those who struggle with severe addiction or chronic relapse, an unstructured program might not be sufficient to help you detox and achieve your sobriety goals.
It is in these situations where partial hospitalization programs fit well. At a partial hospitalization program, you receive the same intensive level of treatment found at a women’s residential treatment program but maintain the benefit of being able to remain at home with your family and loved ones. Depending on your treatment needs, you will attend treatment an average of five times per week for anywhere from three to five hours per session. In addition to serving as a primary treatment program, PHP programs also serve as a transitional step between a primary residential treatment program and returning home. In these instances, PHPs are a way to ease back into your daily routine with ongoing care and support.
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What to Expect From a Partial Hospitalization Program Santa Barbara, CA
Depending on the partial hospitalization program, some programs may require you to complete detox or a residential program before transitioning to a partial hospitalization program. Because each program is different, it is helpful to reach out to the staff at our partial hospitalization program in Santa Barbara, CA, to determine which level of care is best for you.
The first step of a partial hospitalization program is intake or an assessment. This process consists of an interview with members of the treatment team. Intake interviews allow you to discuss your concerns and treatment needs with members of the therapy team while they learn more about your medical and mental health history. And take his vital step in the treatment process because it helps providers learn more about you and any pre-existing medical or mental health conditions that should be addressed or monitored throughout the treatment process.
The information collected during an assessment will help your treatment team develop a drug or alcohol treatment program based on your needs and goals. Understanding your current and previous relationships with addiction treatment can help your providers develop a program focused on the best treatment models to help you achieve lasting recovery.
Therapy sessions at a partial hospitalization program typically occur during the week, during daytime hours. However, some programs offer evening sessions to better accommodate the busy schedules of those with childcare, family, or employment obligations. Most programs utilize a combination of therapy types, including individual, family, and group therapy sessions. It is important to understand that while partial hospitalization programs provide equivalent therapeutic intensity to many inpatient programs, the structure of these programs is different.
Residential programs limit opportunities for trigger exposure due to the “residential” nature of the program. This is not the case for partial hospitalization programs. Because patients live at home and remain active members of their community throughout the treatment process, the risk of potential trigger exposure and relapse increases.
Why Choose a Women’s PHP Program
Choosing a women’s partial hospitalization program ensures your treatment program is designed based on your specific needs. Members of our caring and compassionate women-focused treatment team at Casa Serena in Santa Barbara will work with you to determine the best course of treatment based on your addiction history and current medical and mental health needs. Partial hospitalization programs allow you to get well and put struggles with addiction in the past while avoiding the challenges and struggles of “leaving home” for rehab.