Partial Hospital Program
Our partial hospital program provides intensive, highly structured outpatient behavioral health services to stabilize patients suffering from acute mental health symptoms. Patients may enter the program from an outpatient or inpatient setting. Our multidisciplinary, expert team provides individualized treatment that focuses on helping patients achieve behavioral milestones. Our primary goal is to restore a level of wellness that enables patients to function outside of the hospital setting.
Patients receive active treatment four hours per day, five days per week for a maximum of six weeks. During this time, our staff closely assesses and cares for each patient. While treating patients, we also engage support service providers within the community to ensure that the patient has the type of care needed at home during and after participation in our program.
Our partial hospital care is evidence-based and progressive using the approach of a brief, intensive, and structured program to help the patient sustain recovery, by:
- Focusing on maximum restoration of well-being
- Developing the most suitable after-care plan
Patients, mental health providers, and patients’ significant others collaborate to prevent relapse.
Services We Offer
For each patient our multidisciplinary team of experts develops an individualized plan of care that may include a combination of approaches, such as:
- Case management: Helps patients manage stresses that can make psychiatric symptoms worse. Case managers actively coordinate resources to address needs including health benefits, financial, housing, and legal issues
- Comprehensive diagnostic assessment: A thorough review of mental health, physical health, and substance use conditions that can affect mental illness and recovery
- Coordination of medical services: To provide comprehensive integrated care, mental health professionals collaborate with and refer patients to other health care providers, including primary care, specialty consultants, and community based practitioners
- Discharge planning: A coordinated effort between the care team, patient, and concerned others and family to help prevent or lessen the need for future hospitalization by maintaining wellness and recovery
- Evaluation of risk of harm to self and others: Ongoing assessments to address risk and promote stabilization and recovery in the community
- Family psychotherapy and counseling: Support of family and significant others to ensure ongoing stability through the family’s collaboration with the treatment team and the patient
Individual and group verbal therapies:
- Mental health professionals use the most effective talk therapies for each patient, selecting from such approaches as:
- Anger management
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Cognitive remediation
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Skills training
- Stress management
- Treatment adherence
- Treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders
- Wellness recovery action plan
- Wellness self-management
- Medication management: Optimizes psychiatric medication to help patients become stable quickly and achieve recover
Our primary goal is to restore the patient’s well-being and maintain recovery through less intensive after care.