The Acute Partial Hospitalization Program provides short-term treatment and is designed to help those individuals who need more structured and focused care than can be provided in outpatient treatment. It also can help ease the transition from inpatient treatment to home by offering on-campus day treatment in a setting that is warm, nurturing, safe and comfortable. Individuals are introduced to a strengths-based approach to relieve acute symptoms and increase resiliency. The goal of the program is to help prepare for a successful transition back to home, work or school by addressing and managing the symptoms that can make transitions so difficult.
Close psychiatric monitoring and medication management by an Advanced Practice Nurse (ARNP) in collaboration with a Psychiatrist. Initial assessment is completed within the first two program days.
Master’s Level Clinicians providing individualized treatment planning.
Programming is based on individuals’ needs and the needs of the group.
Group Therapy – Five intensive group therapy sessions daily. Groups may include:
Daily Check-In – what has transpired since the last treatment day (monitoring individual’s treatment, symptoms and medication concerns)
Grief and Loss
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Rumination and Worry
Mindfulness, Grounding and Containment
Coping with Change
Recovery and Wellness
Dedicated clinical staff with strong commitment to family involvement and education.
The Program staff will work with employers for approved absence from work as appropriate.
Transportation is based on individual need.
Experienced and Qualified Staff
Our multidisciplinary team of professionals includes a psychiatrist, an ARNP, a registered nurse, and master’s-level clinicians. Our experienced and dedicated team provides personalized treatment planning. We collaborate with other community providers and professionals in order to help you develop the skills and resources you need to promote a successful transition back to home, school or work.