Our Partial Hospitalization Program provides an intensive level of non-residential, non-inpatient care that is available in an outpatient setting. Individuals who have been struggling with mental health disorders, and/or behavioral health disorders may benefit from partial hospitalization services.
Staffed by a Psychologist, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, and a multidisciplinary team of Licensed Mental Health Professionals, our Partial Hospitalization Program strives to effectively bridge the gap between outpatient services and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.
Partial hospitalization provides a time-limited response to help stabilize acute symptoms, transition from an inpatient psychiatric setting, or as a stand-alone service to stabilize psychiatric symptoms and avert future inpatient hospitalizations. Referrals are ideal if you have a child or adolescent who:
- Is being discharged from inpatient hospitalization, yet requires daily monitoring, support and ongoing therapy
- Has psychiatric symptoms that do not require 24-hour level of care, however exceeds treatment services provided in an outpatient setting
- Has difficulty coping with problems and/or daily activities, requires more intensive psychotherapy interventions and/or poses potential safety concerns post inpatient hospitalization
Depending upon the needs of each participant, his or her time in partial hospitalization program may include the following therapies:
Many people who are dealing with mental health or behavioral health disorders benefit from the incorporation of certain prescription psychotropic medications into their treatment plans.
One-on-one interactions between individuals in treatment and therapists or counselors provide opportunities for individuals to process successes and setbacks in their recovery, address issues or concerns that they may be hesitant or unwilling to bring up in a group setting, and receive focused feedback from an experienced professional.
The impact of mental illness and behavioral health disorders is rarely limited to the afflicted individual. Family members and close friends are often affected by their loved one’s struggles, and can often play important roles in his or her recovery. Family therapy sessions can help family members learn how to provide the most effective support to their loved ones.