Experts in the United States government estimate that over 20 million Americans over the age of 12 need substance abuse treatment. However, not everyone can afford to take weeks off of work to attend a residential treatment program. Alternatively, not everyone’s addiction is severe enough to warrant that level of care. If this is the case for you, you may benefit from partial hospitalization treatment. At Bayview Recovery, we are proud to offer a comprehensive care plan for those battling addiction. As a result, we may recommend PHP treatment for some of our clients.
The severity of your substance use problem or addiction will, in large, determine . That’s why it’s essential to select a rehab program that has a wide variety of options to meet your needs. In addition to multiple levels of care options, you want a facility that has comprehensive treatment modalities available. This way, you can find ones that work best for your personality, lifestyle, and needs. If you have a severe addiction problem and would benefit from a more substantive approach for your recovery but don’t require full 24/7 supervision, a partial hospitalization program may be right for you.
To learn more, contact Bayview Recovery today at 855-533-0409.
How Does Partial Hospitalization Work?
Partial hospitalization gives clients more freedom and autonomy than clients in an inpatient setting would. It still provides them with all of the treatment modalities, recovery activities, and supports they would otherwise receive from inpatient settings. Partial hospitalization patients live in housing supported by Bayview Recovery but are situated in an off-campus facility.
These clients will still maintain close access to Bayview Recovery’s support staff whenever necessary, but only if and when they need it.
Our expert therapists and exceptional treatment staff will administer your treatment during each session. With their help, you can find the recovery that you need to overcome addiction and mental health conditions.
Using the substance for longer periods or in larger amounts than you were meant to do
Wanting limit your drug or alcohol use or stop completely, but being unable to do so
Spending significant amounts of time obtaining, using, or recovering from using drugs or alcohol
Having cravings and urges to use drugs or alcohol
Being unable to complete responsibilities at school, home, or work because of drug or alcohol use
Continuing to use drugs or alcohol even when it causes problems in your relationships
Choosing not to take part in recreational, professional, or social activities in favor of using drugs or alcohol
Repeatedly using substances, even if using them will put you in danger
Continuing to use drugs or alcohol though you have a physical or mental issue that substance use causes or worsens
Developing a tolerance for the drug, meaning you need to take more of it to get the same effect
When you don’t use drugs or alcohol, you develop withdrawal symptoms that go away when you begin using again.
If you display only a few of the symptoms, a partial hospitalization program may be ideal for you.
- Depression Treatment
- Anxiety Treatment
- ADHD Treatment
- Bipolar Disorder Treatment
- Schizophrenia Treatment
With dual diagnosis treatment, you can get treatment for both conditions, allowing you to move into the future with confidence.
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However, if you are going to be absent for more than three days in a row, you might require an administrative discharge, regardless of the reason. In such cases, you may need to complete an intake assessment again before you finish the treatment program.
If you do need to be out for more than three days, please inform one of our staff members as soon as possible. Our team may ask you to wait to get treatment until you can commit to attending treatment for at least two weeks. However, our goal is to ensure that each person who struggles against addiction gets the treatment they need. Therefore, try to clear your schedule and consider getting treatment as soon as possible.
Dave Cundiff, MD, MPH is an experienced leader in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment. He works with patients suffering from Substance Use Disorder to evaluate their medication needs and prescribe treatments accordingly. In addition, he regularly participates in all-staff debriefing sessions involving peers, nurses, and other prescribers. He also reviews and advises on policies, procedures, and techniques for treating substance use disorder.
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