If you have an addiction or co-occurring mental health condition, you may find it difficult to transition from hospitalization to a different level of care. Sometimes weekly therapy appointments just might not be enough to keep you mentally focused enough to achieve daily tasks.
Triggers and cravings can be intense. A partial hospitalization program (PHP) with Framework Recovery may just be the answer. This program can help you maintain long-term stability and sobriety. A PHP provides additional support for managing your condition. In fact, it may not be an overstatement to say that participating in a PHP can save your life.
A PHP is an outpatient treatment program. This type of program is more clinically oriented and more intensive than a residential service or intensive outpatient program (IOP). A PHP often requires up to six hours of treatment and supervision every day, up to five or six days per week, under the direction of a psychiatrist or clinical physician. In a PHP, health professionals can provide a coordinated, intensive, and structured service plan to help individuals establish a mentally stable lifestyle free from drugs and alcohol.
A PHP is developed to give each member complete access to medical and psychiatric services as needed. Daily monitoring is common with a PHP. For those facing challenges with substance use disorder (SUD), psychiatric health conditions, or co-occurring disorders, daily monitoring is not only beneficial but often required.
A PHP is primarily for rehabilitation purposes, allowing you to continue the treatments you received during inpatient care. However, if you choose to participate in a PHP, you gain the advantage of being able to reside in your own home. You also may choose to stay in a supportive living environment such as a sober living home. While living in a supportive environment, you can commute to treatment centers to receive the help you need.
A PHP is designed to assist individuals who are diagnosed with significant impairment. This impairment may be due to psychiatric, behavioral, emotional, or SUDs and or co-occurring health conditions. After an individual completes an acute inpatient psychiatric hospitalization stay, they may benefit from transitioning into a PHP for additional support.
A PHP can also provide individuals with SUD help to overcome the effects of addiction. The PHP is developed to provide individuals with such conditions with an appropriate diagnosis after stepping down from residential, inpatient, or withdrawal management services to a higher level of treatment.
In a PHP, you may benefit from different types of therapy approaches, social and family intervention programs, health educational services, or proactive case management services. Such services will help you maintain your usual daily functioning for an easier lifestyle.
According to the journal The Psychiatric Hospital, a PHP works to prevent a mental health or substance relapse. It is important to note that a PHP is not a substitute for inpatient care. However, a PHP can potentially save your life post-treatment by preventing a drug overdose or death by suicide. A PHP may also decrease the length of hospitalization or serve as a transition from inpatient care. The journal Psychiatry reports that a PHP can save your life by providing you with:
Inpatient treatment can come with a whirlwind of emotions. Intense cravings can be distracting and make it difficult to focus on the strategies taught in treatment. A PHP can help you safely organize your thoughts and serve as ongoing emotional and professional support.
Once you complete inpatient treatment, you may not want to continue care. You may not have a choice, however, as it may be required by a mental health professional. Although this can feel defeating, you will find that a PHP can change your life in a positive way. It takes time to see positive changes but is well worth every ounce of effort.
Additional care with a PHP can feel overwhelming at first but can be very beneficial in the long run. The flexibility that comes with outpatient care at Framework Recovery allows you to continue with your basic responsibilities and needs outside of treatment.
Our founders, Chris Curran and Troy Smith, fully believe that animals can help individuals heal during their recovery journeys by helping them mentally, emotionally, physically and socially improve. This is why animals, like dogs, are used in our therapy sessions. Benefits of animal-assisted therapy include, but are not limited to:
Before a guest is admitted to our recovery program, they may need to safely detox.
Detox is the process of removing harmful substances from a person’s body. Each person has a different experience with detox that is dependent on the type of substance and amount used. This process, when done with medical supervision, can help the person affected safely manage withdrawal symptoms.
At Framework Recovery, we don’t intend on billing for blanket services. We break up billing in a few different ways, making it completely custom to each guest.
Our sober living program is private pay, with an available sliding scale based on need. If interested in learning more about our sober living, please reach out for rates. For clinical services, all major insurances are accepted. Utilizing insurance is generally the best option for most people, as many will provide coverage for substance use treatment at the clinical level. We will be more than happy to verify your insurance and work with you to determine what your and/or your loved one’s options are.
Aside from insurance, other available options for payment include cash, credit and other financing options. We want to work with you and do whatever we can to help you or your loved one.
Our main priority and goal is to support and encourage our guest’s successful journey in recovery, and we will work with you and your family to explore all available options.
Acknowledging that you have a substance use disorder (SUD) is one of the first steps toward your recovery and building a sustainable sober lifestyle.
If you’re ready to take the next step toward a life free of temptations, break the cycle of addiction and to start new, come to sunny California.
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