Lakeview Behavioral Health’s adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is for individuals who are either transitioning from a higher level of care or whose psychiatric symptoms are not responding to current outpatient therapy. Our PHP offers both individual and group sessions to help adults regain control of their lives.
What Is Adult Partial Hospitalization Treatment?
- For patients whose needs do not require acute, inpatient care
- Structured environment
- Programming 5 days per week
- 5.5 hours per day
What Happens Once A Patient Admits?
- Our PHP program is ideal not just for individuals transitioning from inpatient, but can also be beneficial for those who feel overwhelmed and in crisis (without any thoughts or plans to harm themselves or others), who are in acute distress with symptoms of severe depression, anxiety, or mild psychosis, or who need a brief yet comprehensive re-evaluation to their current therapeutic regimen including medications and have a new outpatient treatment plan devised. Our PHP program also addresses substance abuse issues.
- All patients will undergo a thorough assessment to ensure we develop the best treatment plan in the right adult program.
- We provide a safe atmosphere for you to explore and address a wide variety of problems.
What Is Offered In The Partial Hospitalization Program?
Depending on the needs of each adult, their time may include the following:
- Medication management
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
What Is The Partial Hospitalization Program Schedule?
Our PHP meets five days per week Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Participants attend four to six groups daily, depending on their particular issues and which skills-based groups are appropriate for them.
What Happens After PHP Treatment?
- Our team will work to develop comprehensive discharge and/or continuing care plans. These will ensure each adult leaves PHP with access to crucial recovery resources and professional referrals.
- If it is determined the patient needs to step up a level of care to inpatient or step down to intensive outpatient, then patients can move from one program to another as their needs change.