Day and Night Program
Our PHP Day program and PHP Day/Night Program is a 30 to 90 day program which provides a thorough clinical and medical assessment and our primary treatment plan which includes over 25 hours of clinical services per week. This program has been designed for individuals who are unable to leave work but are able to attend treatment during the evenings and weekends.
Our PHP Night and Weekend Program is structured for independent living, allowing clients to share a home with other sober roommates who collaborate on group decisions such as meal planning and recreational activities. A free day time schedule provides opportunities for clients to remain working at their existing job and to develop sober lifestyles by participating in healthy recovery activities and establishing a sober support system in the community. Treatment takes place in our Alcohol & Drug Rehab Clinical Center and our clients live in a safe and secure residence comprised of gender-specific homes staffed by our Resident Managers. During their treatment stay, each patient is assigned a treatment team that includes a physician, nurse, psychologist, primary counselor, case manager, spiritual care counselor, family counselor, dietician, fitness trainer and chemical dependency counselor. This team is responsible for assessing and working with each patient to establish both an individualized plan of care and post-treatment recommendations.
Our nights and weekend schedule includes but is not limited to:
- Individual Therapy
- Specialty Groups
- Group Therapy
During their stay, all clients develop a foundation in 12-Step recovery and are presented with the necessary tools to enhance the progress they made during treatment.
Upon completion of treatment, clients will possess a better understanding of the disease of addiction and recognize the necessity and importance of 12-Step involvement.
Who is this program recommended for?
- Are medically and clinically stabilized;
- Have experienced chronic relapse or have made multiple attempts at treatment;
- Would benefit from extended treatment to work on significant issues related to trauma;
- Codependency, relapse and relationships and/or
- Need extended treatment to work on dual diagnosis issues.