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What Is a Partial Hospitalization Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program?

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A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is an intensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment format that typically follows medical detox. It is hallmarked by an extended treatment period, which can last for a month or longer, depending on an individual’s needs. Persons in PHP will spend their days at the facility receiving therapy, counseling, group support, and several other treatment forms.

Benefits of PHP Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

PHP is especially helpful in any of the following situations:

1) When a person has completed an even more intensive form of treatment, such as a residential stay.
2) When a person’s addiction is not severe enough to require overnight stays and complete residential care.

Residential drug rehab can help any person who has completed a medical detox or inpatient program but still needs active supervision, treatment, and support for substance abuse issues or co-existing disorders. Ultimately, any individual dedicated to recovery who can dedicate themselves to engaging fully in intensive therapy and lessen their chance of relapse can benefit.

Overall, PHP can provide an ideal environment for persons in recovery who are not yet wholly prepared to face life’s temptations and challenges. PHP allows individuals to interact and grow in an understanding and compassionate community of substance-abuse free people facing similar substance abuse challenges.

One of PHP’s primary drawbacks is that people in this program may be more vulnerable to experiencing a relapse than those in inpatient treatment. This program requires that a person be highly motivated to continue their recovery and hold themselves accountable. For those who have completed residential or inpatient treatment, this is a great way to transition back to everyday life.

Elements of PHP Drug and Alcohol Rehab

All persons enrolled in a Just Believe Detox PHP rehab program will participate in therapeutic services and activities that can help them improve their coping skills and functioning in everyday life.

Features include the following:

  • Comprehensive evaluation, treatment planning, and case management services
  • Sessions with mental health providers, such as individual cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Recreational therapies, such as meditation and yoga
  • Daily group therapy that covers a variety of topics, such as substance abuse, grief, trauma, interpersonal relationships, self-esteem, and assertiveness
  • Music and art therapy
  • Family and relationship counseling
  • Nutrition and wellness education
  • Trauma recovery therapy
  • Aftercare planning

What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?

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Our treatment programs focus heavily on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), one of the most effective therapy forms used to treat recovering substance abusers. This type of psychotherapy can help people understand the relationship between their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. CBT teaches people how to engage in more adaptive thinking, contributing to more constructive behaviors.

Moreover, in CBT, people learn to identify, manage, and alter thoughts and feelings that typically lead to harmful responses. These skills can help people prevent relapse and manage co-existing mental health disorders that affect a person’s ability to maintain sobriety.

Treatment for Comorbid Disorders

A comorbid or co-occurring disorder includes one or more mental health conditions that occur in combination with substance abuse or addiction. The mental illness may predate substance abuse or be instigated or worsened by it. Regardless of which came first, both disorders require simultaneous treatment.

Examples of mental health conditions that commonly co-exist with substance use disorders include the following:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Major depressive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa
  • Anxiety disorders, such as social anxiety
  • Personality disorders, such as borderline personality

Just Believe Recovery is equipped to diagnose and treat comorbid disorders on a residential basis. Addressing mental health disorders in combination with addiction is almost always the preferred methodology mental health providers use to achieve the best outcomes.

How Outpatient Programs are Different

There are several differences between PHP and traditional outpatient treatment. PHP includes a more intensive care level than outpatient programs, which are often a step down from PHP treatment in terms of intensity.

In an outpatient program, people do not spend as much time at the center, and the work is not as intense or comprehensive as PHP. This flexibility allows them to maintain a work schedule and tend to any other important obligations, such as school or family.

Those persons who choose outpatient treatment before undergoing an inpatient or a PHP may do so because they cannot take time away from family, work, or school or have less severe substance abuse issues.

Getting Professional Help for Addiction

Just Believe Recovery PHP drug and alcohol rehab programs are research-based and consist of a full daily schedule for individuals in a nurturing, relaxing environment that promotes recovery. Upon completing our PHP program, people are highly encouraged to continue their treatment journey on an outpatient basis.

Our mission is to make sure each person we treat is given the tools and support they desperately need to maintain long-term sobriety and wellness.

We Believe Recovery Is Possible For Everyone.
If you or a loved one need help with substance abuse and/or treatment, please contact Just Believe Recovery at (888) 380-0667. Our specialists can assess your individual needs and help you get the treatment that provides the best chance for long-term recovery.
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