What is a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)?

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When most people think of a drug / alcohol treatment program, they tend to envision the rehab programs most commonly portrayed on TV or in the movies. Typically, this involves an inpatient treatment program where you are forced to live within the facility for an extended period of time.  This type of treatment can be a powerful tool for many people struggling with addiction, but is not always the best fit for everyone.

Recovering Champions’ Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), offers clients a structured rehabilitation program with the freedom of being able to return to their homes at the end of the day. Each day clients commute to our facility where they spend six hours in our clinical program, which covers every facet of the recovery process.  Clients attend individual and group therapy sessions, and participate in mediation, daily goal setting and 12-step workshops. Optional activities include yoga, equine therapy, fitness and art therapy.

Our highly-trained staff, which includes doctors and an onsite registered nurse, ensure the safety of each client. Patients receive an in-depth assessment and personalized treatment plan created by one of our Master’s degree-level clinicians.. At the end of the day, clients have the option to return home to be with their family, or stay at our sober living facility along with other PHP clients.

Partial Hospitalization Programs are perfect for those who have a large support network in place, but still require the structure of a more controlled rehabilitation program. The PHP program at Recovering Champions is a safe, structured clinical care program providing the highest level of care available outside of a hospital/inpatient setting.  Contact us today for more information.

Written by
Recovering Champions Editorial Team

Published on: December 21, 2016 | Edited on: August 10, 2022

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