PHP, IOP & OP programs for substance abuse & co-occurring disorders.
Dual Diagnosis we treat:
Substance Abuse Treatments:
What is PHP?
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is an outpatient treatment program that caters to individuals with a substance use disorder or co-occurring disorders who require a higher level of care than the standard outpatient care.
Typically, someone is ready for PHP 2-4 weeks of sobriety after completing a Residential level of care.
Individuals in a PHP receive comprehensive treatment services and medical monitoring during the day, but they do not stay overnight.
Most clients stay at a sober living during this time to help monitor the client evenings & weekends.
Partial hospitalization (often referred to as day treatment programs) is commonly used as a step-down service after an individual has completed a residential treatment program since they no longer require 24-hour supervision but can still benefit from a high level of support.
What does PHP consist of?
Partial hospitalization is a time-intensive program requiring six hours of therapy five days a week.
Group therapy and individual therapy such as cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, diet, nutrition education, coping mechanisms, relapse prevention skills, and general life skills are part of this structured, intense program.
Individuals are randomly drug tested to ensure their sobriety.
What is IOP?
IOP is 3 hours a day, 5 days a week. Typically, those 3 hours are a combination of group & individual therapy.
Men and women receive group therapy while attending school, volunteering, or returning to the workforce to provide them with structure and accountability after receiving a higher level of care.
We tailor specific intensive outpatient treatment programs for our clients and provide a strong foundation for a successful recovery.
Our recovery programs include interactive group sessions, individual therapy sessions, nutrition, health & wellness classes, and much more that help our clients fight the urges and continue living a sober life.
What does IOP consist of?
Intensive Outpatient Rehab provides more structure and a more intensive level of care than a standard outpatient program while still accommodating the individual’s home and work life.
Standard outpatient treatment is considered part of the maintenance phase in recovery as individuals can attend individual and group sessions on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and will most often continue for six months or more.
Most clients stay in a sober living during this time unless a stable home environment is available.
Some key points of our IOP program
Family therapy is a significant component in JRV’s intensive outpatient program.
Research has shown that individuals have a much higher success rate and better prognosis when their family is involved in therapy.
Diet and nutrition education
Relapse prevention skills