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Partial Hospitalization Rehab Program

Partial Hospitalization

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial Hospitalization Rehab Program for Addiction

If you or a loved one is struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, a partial hospitalization program can provide the structure and support you need for addiction recovery. Vogue Recovery Centers offer a partial hospitalization program for adults with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. The program meets for six hours a day at our Arizona location. During treatment, you’re able to live at home or at our sober-living residences.

What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)?

Many people enter a partial hospitalization program after medical detox and residential treatment. A PHP allows you to continue working on your recovery in an outpatient setting with the daily support of behavioral health professionals and peers who understand what you’re going through.

Partial hospitalization provides structured day treatment. Programs usually meet around six hours a day. It’s much like residential care, except you don’t live in a treatment facility. While you’re in the early days of recovery from drugs or alcohol, this regular support can be critical to staying sober. A partial hospitalization program provides you with the daily support you need to grow more confident in your substance abuse recovery and ease the transition back into everyday life.

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Is Partial Hospitalization Right for Me?

A partial hospitalization program rehab could be a good treatment option for you if you’ve completed residential rehab and are returning into home life or living on your own. Partial hospitalization can also be a good choice if you have home commitments with children or family that prevent you from being able to live somewhere else for a period of time.

What Happens After PHP?

Many people transition into an intensive outpatient program (IOP) after completing a PHP. An IOP meets for less hours a week than a partial hospitalization program, allowing you to slowly take on more outside responsibilities that might include working, going to school, or volunteering. It also gives you the chance to see what being sober in everyday life is like while still receiving regular addiction treatment.

Following intensive outpatient treatment, an outpatient program is typically the next step. An outpatient treatment program usually meets just one to three hours a week. This is the last step in professional addiction treatment before you emerge into independent recovery. After outpatient treatment, you can safeguard your sobriety by attending support groups, therapy, alumni meetings, and using the relapse-prevention skills you learned in treatment.

Vogue’s Partial Hospitalization Program

At Vogue Recovery Center, we offer partial hospitalization services at our Arizona location. Our PHP provides treatment and structure throughout the day. This allows you to get the treatment you need but return home or to a sober-living residence at night.

You’ll get daily support from addiction and mental health professionals and peers in the partial hospitalization program rehab. We use a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and experiential approaches. During group therapy, you’ll hear stories of others who are working on their own sobriety. You may discover:

  • You have similar experiences to others in treatment and can learn from each other.
  • New ways to communicate and the importance of being authentic.
  • Strengths that are going to get you through the difficult times of recovery.
  • The path of addiction and recovery is different for everyone but there are common elements.

The day is structured, and you’ll attend individual and group counseling sessions, participate in experiential approaches, and learn relapse prevention skills. We use a blend of traditional and alternative therapies so you can find what type of treatment best supports your recovery. Some of these approaches may include:

We’ll work with you to create an aftercare plan that helps you stay sober when you return to your everyday life. This may include things like:

  • Working with a therapist to develop a relationship of trust for professional support.
  • Going to Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings in the community to meet others in recovery.
  • Learning new ways to control your stress levels such as exercise, acupuncture, or meditation.
  • Finding opportunities to volunteer in your community to feel connected with other people.

Relapse prevention strategies can help you find strength, meet other people, and keep your stress levels under control.

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