Arizona’s Best Partial Hospitalization Drug Rehabilitation Center
Partial Hospitalization Therapy That Works
Partial hospitalization therapy is a substance abuse rehabilitation program that fits somewhere in between in-patient and out-patient care.
This form of recovery treatment offers the effectiveness of a residential treatment program while providing clients the freedom to go home at night. Generally clients are required to attend treatment for at least 6 hours a day, 5 days a week.
During this time clients will receive therapy, counseling, and aftercare support just as they would if they were in our in-patient program. The only difference is they are allowed to leave at the end of the day.
PHPs are for individuals who need help with addiction but can handle the responsibility of freedom in their treatment program.
With partial hospitalization therapy you get the best of both worlds.
Partial hospitalization therapy is similar to a night class. Every day you are required to go to the rehabilitation center for treatment, but you are not required to stay.
Advantages of Partial Hospitalization Treatment
At Fountain Hills Recovery, we offer a partial hospitalization program that provides patients with the perfect balance of structured treatment and flexibility.
This type of substance abuse treatment is ideal for individuals who need structured support and recovery care but can be trusted to come and go from the facility.
Partial hospitalization therapy programs are usually recommended for people dealing with mild chemical dependency as well as recovering addicts who have previously completed an in-patient program.
Advantages of partial hospitalization therapy:
- More structure than traditional out-patient programs
- More freedom than traditional in-patient programs
- Combination of medical and addiction treatment all in one location
- Transitional treatment option
Freedom does not mean a lack of accountability. Because of the flexibility offered in partial hospitalization therapy, patients are evaluated and conditionally expected to meet treatment standards.
With clinically proven treatment methods and a personal commitment to sobriety, recovery is possible.