Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program: What is it?
PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program) is often recommended as a step prior to considering residential treatment centers for troubled youth, and it is typically suggested as a follow-up option after completing one to aid the teen in transitioning back to normal life.
Components of Partial Hospitalization Program
What is the difference between inpatient, intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization?
A teen PHP is less intrusive than an inpatient program but more intense than a teen outpatient program. Unlike Residential Teen Treatment Programs, our teen PHP allows patients to go home after their sessions.
Who needs a partial hospitalization program?
- Continued care after residential treatment.
- An alternative to a residential program.
- Transitional care after an inpatient program.
What are the benefits of an adolescent partial hospitalization program?
Accessible emotional support from family and friends
Coping skills are provided during treatment.
- How to deal with cravings
- Knowledge about their substance or mental health issues
- How to identify and distance themselves from triggering situations
- How to deal with sadness, and difficult situations
- Awareness of how their issues can affect other people
Immersion in a healing environment
Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program: Goals and FAQs
- Igniting teens’ passions so they can become motivated.
- Helping teens deal with family issues.
- Reminding teens of the importance of their education.
- Helping teens appreciate family again.
- Encouraging teens to think long-term and make correct decisions.
- Teaching teens how to live a sober life even when temptations are present.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How much does Teen PHP cost?
- PPO insurance policies can cover up to 100% of the costs.
- How long does the treatment last?
- Typically, the program lasts for three to four weeks.