two people talking about their time in a Partial Hospitalization ProgramIf you are struggling with addiction recovery, transitioning from an inpatient to an outpatient program can be daunting. For some, the early stages of recovery can be overwhelming. Individuals may feel the risk of relapse looms over them. Therefore, the District Recovery Centers offers a level of care that provides individuals with the structured, regular treatment they need but gives them the freedom they need to apply what they’ve learned in treatment and meet their family, school, and work responsibilities. Our partial hospitalization program gives individuals the same effective, high-quality care found in residential treatment programs but without the disruption to routine and at a lower cost.

What’s Involved in a Partial Hospitalization Program

There are numerous benefits of enrolling in a partial hospitalization program or PHP with the District Recovery Centers. Partial hospitalization is an excellent option for individuals who aren’t able due to work, school, or family obligations to enter a residential treatment program, which typically lasts at least 30 days. For many individuals, taking that amount of time away from their everyday responsibilities is just not practical. However, clients know they need treatment.

In a PHP, individuals come to our facility daily for a fixed span of hours. During this time, they receive the treatment they need and engage in the therapy required to meet their unique needs to heal and overcome substance use disorder. Individuals still work, attend school, and live at home, allowing them to get the care they need with minimal disruption to their routine.

Benefits of Partial Hospitalization

Our partial hospitalization program at the District Recovery Centers allows individuals to apply the skills and healthy coping techniques they learn during therapy in their everyday lives. It is an ideal way to practically work through substance use disorder and adjust treatment based on real-world experiences. Thus, clients can improve their skills dealing with triggers, cravings, and issues arising from work, the office, home, or school.

Through the structure provided by PHP, individuals decrease their likelihood of relapse while learning and creating new healthy relationships. A partial hospitalization program is ideal for those whose daily routines need more space and freedom than that provided by residential treatment but more support and guidance than an outpatient program. Often, our partial hospitalization program is a good fit with sober living giving individuals comprehensive care and support while encouraging them to develop accountability and independence.

The District Recovery Centers

Recovery from drug or alcohol abuse requires commitment. However, individuals need to also be given the necessary resources and programs to succeed. With the right treatment program individuals can heal and live a fulfilling sober lifestyle. Our PHP at the District Recovery Centers is one way to get the treatment necessary in the format that best fits your needs. Yet, we also offer other addiction treatment programs such as:

  • Intensive outpatient program: This program is well-suited to those who have already completed a program but need additional support to transition back to everyday life or have relapsed and need to get back on the path to recovery.
  • Outpatient treatment program: Here, clients can receive the therapy or attend the support groups they desire to keep themselves healthy and on track in their new sober lifestyle.
  • Sober living program: Once through treatment, some individuals find they need assistance to transition back to their everyday lives. Our sober living homes provide a means to re-adjust and rejoin the community while still getting support in the early stages of recovery.

By offering a complete spectrum of care, we give individuals struggling with drug or alcohol abuse the resources they need to overcome the disease of addiction. Reach out to us today at 949.570.7600 to learn more and start on the path to recovery.