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Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs

Psychiatric partial hospitalization programs allow for a higher intensity of care than outpatient care. This usually involves daily individual and group therapy sessions and weekly medication management appointments.

If your symptoms are getting worse, it may be worth discussing with your psychiatrist if a partial hospital program would be right for you.

More information of Partial Hospitalization Programs

What Happens During Day Treatment Programs?


Day treatment offers a structured treatment schedule for addressing the medical, psychological, and emotional effects of addiction. During day treatment, individuals may receive an array of treatments and therapies.

Components of a day treatment program may include:

  • individual therapy
  • group therapy
  • behavioral therapy
  • family therapy
  • relapse prevention planning
  • dual diagnosis/mental health treatment
  • medication management
  • case management

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How Partial Hospitalization Works

 

Depending on the rehab center, partial hospital programs may vary in their format, intensity, and schedule. Within these programs, patients are generally required to attend treatment programming five days a week for anywhere from six to 10 hours a day.

 

The goals of day treatment programs are symptom stabilization and preventing drug or alcohol relapse. Behavioral health care professionals who facilitate treatment promote healthy behaviors and teach supportive coping skills for managing stress and triggers.

 
 

Depression

Suicide Hotline

911 Emergency Nu
911
If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, call 911.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 988
If you or a loved one are in distress and thinking of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for free and confidential 24/7 support, information, and resources. You are not alone.

Veterans Crisis Line 988, then press 1
Press 1 after dialing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to reach the Veterans Crisis Line. You’ll speak with caring, qualified responders from the Department of Veterans Affairs.Ayuda En Español 

(888) 628-9454
Llama a este número para ayuda 24/7 en español del National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.’

 

Military Helpline 

(888) 457-4838
Call the Military Helpline for 24/7/365 confidential crisis support. Hotline staff are veterans or others trained in military culture who understand what you’re going through. They can provide you with information and resources to help you address mental health and adjustment issues.

YouthLine 


(877) 968-8491
Call the YouthLine hotline or text teen2teen to 839863 to receive teen-to-teen crisis support during select hours and help from adults at all other times.

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Text HOME to 741741
Crisis Counselor are trained volunteers and not professionals. They can provide support, but not medical advice.

 

Treatment Facilities

LGBQT Resources

Addiction Resources

Al-Anon Family Groups (888) 425-2666
Call Al-Anon Family Groups for information about Al-Anon and how to find local support groups for people who have a family member with a substance use disorder.

Alcoholics Anonymous (212) 870-3400
Call the AA World Services line for general information about Alcoholics Anonymous and its mission to support people seeking recovery from alcohol addiction. You can use the tools on the AA website (or download the app) to find listings for local AA meetings

Narcotics Anonymous (818) 773-9999
Call the NA World Services line for general information about Narcotics Anonymous and its mission to support people seeking recovery from addiction. You can use the tools on the NA website (or download the app) to find listings for local NA meetings.

Partnership to End Addiction Text HELP to 55753
If you’re a parent and are concerned about your child’s substance use, text 55753 or use the scheduler on the website to schedule a call with someone who can connect you with helpful resources while providing caring support.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline \(800) 662-4357
Call SAMHSA’s National Helpline to reach their free, confidential, 24/7/365 mental health and substance use disorder treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish).

  • 911 is the national emergency number in the United States.
  • 211 is a phone number in the United States for people in crisis who need emergency referrals to social and community services but are not experiencing an immediate life-threatening emergency. Services available vary by state.[46]
  • The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline (http://988lifeline.org/) is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.[47][48] It provides Spanish-speaking counselors, as well as options for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. It is only available in the United States.[49] A 24-hour Online Chat in partnership with Contact USA[50] is also available.
    • The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline can be reached at 988.
    • The Lifeline’s previous number, 1–800–273–8255, can still be dialed at anytime.[51]
    • Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio: 1–888–628–9454
    • Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 988[52]
  • The Veterans Crisis Line (https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/) is a 24-hour, toll-free hotline that provides phone, webchat, and text options available to military veterans and their families. It provides options for deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
    • The Veterans Crisis Line can be reached at 988 or 1–800–273–8255, followed by Pressing 1
    • The hotline can also be reached by texting to 838255.
    • It can additionally be reached by online chat on the Veterans Crisis Line website.
  • IMAlive Crisis Chatline (www.imalive.org) is a non-profit, worldwide 24/7, anonymous chatline to help anyone in crisis via instant messaging.
  • The Crisis Text Line (crisistextline.org) is the only 24/7, nationwide crisis-intervention text-message hotline.[53]
    • The Crisis Text Line can be reached by texting HOME to 741-741.
  • Samaritans USA (http://www.samaritansusa.org/) is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in distress or at risk of suicide throughout the United States.[9]
  •  The Trevor Project (http://www.thetrevorproject.org/) is a nationwide organization that provides a 24-hour phone hotline, as well as 24-hour webchat and text options, for LGBTQ+ and questioning youth.[54]
  •  Trans Lifeline (https://www.translifeline.org/) is a nonprofit organization that is created by and for the transgender community, providing crisis intervention hotlines, staffed by transgender individuals, available in the United States and Canada.
    • The Trans Lifeline can be reached at 1–877–565–8860.[22]
  • The Youthline (https://oregonyouthline.org/) is a free teen-to-teen crisis support and help line run by a nonprofit. Between the hours of 4 -10 pm PST daily, teens are available for peer support via phone and text. Otherwise, the line is staffed by adult crisis responders 24/7.

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