Partial Hospitalization Programming occurs 5 days per week for 6 hours per day. This time provides clients with a structured and more intense form of therapy. This level of care traditionally comes after detox and residential levels of care. Clients will meet with a therapist weekly for a one hour session, meet with a case manager weekly, and attend 6 hours of group per week. Group topics will cover anger management, relapse prevention, emotional regulation, trigger identification, healthy relationships, boundaries, and family dynamics. Clients are assessed by a medical professional to identify mental health disorders and to assess clients for anti-craving medication.
Intensive Outpatient Programming is offered five days per week. Traditionally IOP is a level of care that comes after PHP. IOP level of care offers programming five days per week three hours per day. During this level of care clients are therapeutically encouraged to gain employment to be self sufficient in their recovery. Life skill development, resume building, and relapse prevention skills are developed and continued during this phase of recovery.