When choosing an addiction treatment program, it’s important to know all of your options. There’s a variety of ways to begin or continue your journey to addiction recovery. For many people, a partial hospitalization program can make recovery faster and easier.

Partial Hospitalization Program

A partial hospitalization program may be an option for a client who has completed our residential program or for someone who has come from another residential or hospital program. While some individuals are able to begin with partial programs, they’re often better for continuing treatment.

In partial treatment, the client participates in all the activities except sleeping at the facility.

A partial program often begins in the morning with meditation and continues into the evening where the needs of each patient are individually considered and met. The last group of the day takes place after the clients have returned to the facility from man and woman attend group therapy at partial hospitalization programa 12 step meeting. After that, the clients will either drive themselves home or transportation home is provided by the staff.

The partial program takes place 6 to 7 days a week and includes:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Medication support
  • Psycho-pharmacological assessments and check-ins
  • Monitored urinalysis
  • Staff supported 12 step meetings
  • Three fantastic meals a day including snacks

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Partial Program at The Hills Treatment Center

Our partial programs are available for treatment of co-occurring disorders and dual diagnosis patients as well as those suffering from bi-polar, anorexia, and bulimia, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders as well as alcoholism and substance abuse and/or dependence.

Programs geared towards young adults, aging adults and professionals are also available. For more information about what The Hills Treatment Center can offer you, give us a call today at 844-915-0287. Let us help you on your road to addiction recovery.