If you are looking at drug or alcohol rehab programs to find the right fit, the choices can seem daunting. How do you know what is best for you? Much of the decision will be based on factors such as current living situation, past experiences with rehab, history of relapse, medical history, and your addiction and mental health history. A partial hospitalization treatment program is an excellent option if you want and need intensive addiction treatment but cannot be or choose not to be in residence or do not qualify for inpatient care.
At TruHealing Centers, our partial hospitalization treatment program may be the right level of care for your recovery. Learn more about our PHP rehab from our team today by calling [Direct] or completing our convenient online form.
What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?
When it comes to addiction rehab programs, partial hospitalization is the highest level of care you can receive without enrolling in inpatient treatment. You will spend significant time in treatment while sleeping in your own bed at night.
In partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for addiction, your daily time commitment can be up to thirty hours per week. Your treatment at TruHealing Centers will last several weeks to several months and involve numerous therapies as part of your individualized treatment plan.
Your treatment plan at TruHealing Centers will likely involve a combination of therapy options. Some of these therapy options include:
- Individual therapy – In one-on-one counseling sessions with a therapist trained in addiction treatment, you will dive deeply into your addiction history, explore the range of factors that impact your substance use, set achievable benchmarks by which to track your progress, and communicate freely in a safe space.
- Group therapy – Therapist-led group therapy takes place in a group setting alongside others in the PHP, usually for a similar addiction. Working within a peer group in this way offers you opportunities for mutual accountability and support while you forge relationships established in a shared commitment to sobriety.
- Support groups – Based on principles of accountability, confidentiality, and honesty, support groups’ importance to recovery is well-documented. Some peer support groups are modeled on the 12 steps, predicated on the belief in a higher power and the idea of acknowledging that you are not in control. Others are much more secular in focus but similarly involve open sharing in a safe, confidential environment. Peer relationships established in a support group often become the foundation of a lifetime sober network.
Getting Started with a PHP Rehab
Once you determine that you are looking for a partial hospitalization program, these steps will get you started. If possible, have someone you trust and depend on to help you through the steps, especially if you feel overwhelmed or want someone else to witness in case you forget some of the information.
To find a PHP that’s right for you, you should:
- Research PHPs near you. Make sure they are within reach via car, if you have access to one, or public transportation.
- Reach out to a handful that seems aligned with your desires and values, based on information on their websites.
- Prepare for your initial conversation with a list of questions about factors significant to you.
- Make an appointment to visit the one or two that seem most promising.
Once you select your PHP rehab, a staff member (or members) will conduct an intake to gather information about your medical and psychiatric history, addiction history, family information, and more. At TruHealing Centers, we believe that our PHP may be the right program for you.
Begin Your Recovery with PHP Rehab at TruHealing Centers
Reach out today to TruHealing Centers to learn about our PHP options across the country. Our compassionate and highly professional team of therapists, doctors, and support staff ensures that you will be cared for and supported through your journey. Our number is [Direct] – someone is waiting to take your call. Or you can use our online form. Either way, reaching out is the first step.