man at a Partial Hospitalization ProgramThe fact that you are visiting this page demonstrates that you have made an essential first step in the recovery process: you have decided to get help, or have decided to explore getting help for someone you care about. The problem is that given the high number of treatment options available, it can be challenging to know where to begin. Once you have learned about the levels of care on offer to individuals with substance use issues, you can choose the one that best suits your needs. One of these levels of care is the partial hospitalization program, sometimes also referred to as “PHP” treatment. A partial hospitalization program like the one at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America gives you an exceedingly high standard of care while also giving you more flexibility than you would have in a residential treatment program or medically supervised detox.

At ARIA, our partial hospitalization program gives clients the chance to overcome their substance use disorders in the company of highly trained addiction specialists and alongside their peers in recovery. To learn more about our PHP in Florida, contact us online or call 844.973.2641 today.

What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

A partial hospitalization program is usually the third step in addiction treatment. For many, medically supervised detox at a drug addiction treatment center is a necessary first step, and this is almost always followed by a residential substance abuse treatment program, both of which we also offer at ARIA. In these programs, clients live on-site where they can be monitored and kept safe and comfortable as they begin their recovery. In a partial hospitalization program, however, clients go through intensive treatment in our facility while living at home or in a sober living facility. You will spend days in PHP treatment but will return home at night.

Partial hospitalization programs are designed to give you structure and accountability as you heal and learn new coping mechanisms, while also providing the medical care you need. If you suffer from an underlying mental health issue like depression, anxiety, or PTSD that fuels and underpins your substance use problem, PHP treatment may be ideal for you.

In a partial hospitalization program, you will learn about your addiction through our educational programming. You will also receive individual and group therapy aimed at helping you build a foundation on which you can achieve long-term recovery.

If you have already been through a residential treatment program or if you have strong support outside of the facility and access to a home that is safe and substance-free, PHP treatment can be ideal. If you are struggling with stressors and triggers and lack support, it may be wiser to enroll in a residential treatment program before moving to a PHP.

The Benefits of a Partial Hospitalization Program

Numerous benefits come with enrolling in a partial hospitalization program like ARIA’s PHP in Florida. Among these are:

  • Living outside of our facility allows you to put the behaviors and routines you have been learning in treatment into practice while you are still receiving a high level of support.
  • In many cases, PHP treatment allows you to keep up with responsibilities at home, at work, or in school.
  • When relevant, partial hospitalization programs are less costly than residential treatment programs.
  • PHP treatment allows clients to develop social support networks outside of the facility. Such systems are vital for long-term sobriety, especially after your time in the facility is over.

This list is, of course, not comprehensive. However, if you feel that a partial hospitalization program might be right for you or for someone you care about, reach out to ARIA for more information.

Learn More at ARIA Today

At the Addiction Recovery Institute of America, our goal is simple: for every client to find the tools they need for genuine, lasting recovery. In addition to our partial hospitalization program in Florida, we also offer:

Reach out to ARIA online or at 844.973.2641 to learn more.