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Our Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program (MH-PHP) is a specialized outpatient program that provides an intensive combination of interventions and services similar to an inpatient program, but available on a less than 24-hr basis. The program involves a multidisciplinary team approach and structured schedules while still accommodating your individual needs. 

Individuals attend group therapy 5 days a week for 4 hours each day and the group is limited to 10-12 participants. The program length ranges from 4-6 weeks, though it varies for each participants needs.  During group sessions, the participants identify and work toward individual goals, accomplishing them one day at a time. Families are also invited into the process to learn how to support their loved one as they integrate a new way of managing their lives. 

Is MH-PHP Right For Me?

  • Are you stepping down from an inpatient psychiatric hospital or crisis program?

  • Have you been diagnosed with mental health and need a consistent structured program? 

  • Are you looking for a place that has trauma informed treatment and/or recovery oriented?

  • Do you feel more comfortable in a group setting?

  • Strong chance of not relapsing?

  • Looking for a welcoming and relaxed environment?

our approach

  • Create and Establish Consistency

  • Increase Self-Improvement

  • Maintain Accountability

  • Offer Experienced Support

goals

  1. Help the client improve enough to be transferred to a lower level of care, i.e. outpatient or intensive outpatient treatment. 
     

  2. Provide the tools necessary for the client to become self-sufficient and transition back to society. 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness;
     

  • Require individualized training to obtain basic living skills. Training may include symptom management, development of appropriate and effective social skills and personal support system, personal hygiene, food preparation, or financial management;
     

  • Mental illness history including psychiatric hospitalization, residential crisis stabilization, Intensive Community Treatment (ICT) or Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT), placement in a psychiatric residential facility or Temporary Detention Order; and
     

  • Has a prescription for anti-psychotic, mood stabilizing, or antidepressant medications within 12 months prior to assessment.

If you or someone you know is in need of help, complete our referral form and we will contact you.