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Dallas Texas Partial Hospitalization Program
What is PHP?
Partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the option of part-time treatment during the day or evening. PHP is a step down from a full inpatient program and a level up in care from an intensive outpatient program. Ideal candidates for a PHP are people suffering from drug or alcohol addiction who have completed an inpatient rehab program. A PHP can also be useful for patients looking for an alternative to a 30-day residential program but still desire the highest level of treatment available.
This level of care typically provides 20 hours or more of service a week for multidimensional instability that does not require 24-hour care. The PHP still offers onsite housing and access to staff 24 hours a day at a treatment facility. Generally, PHP is for clients that have completed the detoxification program. Clients at our Dallas partial hospitalization program have access to all therapies, counseling, and aftercare support. At a minimum of six hours per day, five days per week.
Partial hospitalization is the most intensive form of outpatient care. The design of it allows for patients to receive active treatment that supports relapse prevention. By giving the option of a slow transition from inpatient treatment to PHP, it provides the expectation of successful rehabilitation.
Our Dallas Partial Hospitalization Program
Although this can vary from client to client, most individuals in our Dallas Texas PHP participate in treatment five days per week. Which shows just how similar the intensity of a partial hospitalization program can be to a traditional inpatient program. Daily activities and programs could include:
- Group Therapy
- Individualized Therapy
- Learning Coping Skills
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
While we typically only offer residential accommodations to individuals in inpatient care, clients participating in our partial hospitalization program also have access to residential accommodations upon request. Because of this, most patients in the PHP program live in a sober living facility or at home. We recommend that people in PHP only live at home if it is a safe and sober environment to minimize the patient’s exposure to drugs and alcohol. It is crucial during this phase of recovery that the patient is not overwhelmed with stressors or triggers that can precipitate substance abuse.