This level of care is typically 30-45 days.  This is our step down from Residential to outpatient where patients reside in community/sober housing off-site.

Mental Health Partial Hospitalization is a type of treatment that provides intensive care for patients who have completed a Residential Program and are ready to re-integrate back into society.

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are typically offered as a day program, so patients can continue to live at home while receiving treatment.  These programs provide a higher level of care than outpatient services, but they are not as intense as inpatient treatment.

PHP typically includes group therapy, individual therapy, medication management, and other types of support. The goal of PHP is to help people stabilize their mental health so that they can eventually return to living and functioning independently.

For some individuals, this may mean being able to return to work or school. For others, it may simply mean being able to take care of daily activities without feeling overwhelmed by their mental illness.


  • Patients live in the community (in community/sober housing off-site)
  • Therapeutic programming is typically 6-8 hours a day and includes individual therapy and group therapy sessions
  • Medication Management
  • Life skills reintegration, learning independent living skills

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