Day Program | Partial Hospitalization Program Rehab | AspenRidge

It can be challenging to choose the treatment program that’s right for you. There are so many names and acronyms flying around that it can be hard to know what’s what. There’s residential, inpatient, partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient, and even a few more. It can be confusing to navigate all of your options, but AspenRidge Recovery believes that each person and situation is unique and requires a personalized treatment plan. We’re here to create a plan for your long-term success, even if you don’t start your journey with us.

What is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

PHP is our highest level of care and a middle ground between residential treatment and an intensive outpatient program. It’s the first step in our continuum of care and great for those needing a little extra support. PHP is designed to establish a firm foundation of recovery, so you can transition to lower levels of care as you progress. This program provides intensive therapy in both group and individual settings.

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We accept most major insurance and have affordable cash pay options

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What is a Day Program?

PHP typically provides up to 30 days of treatment with recovery residences for adults suffering from mental health, complex trauma, and substance use disorders. Our programs are individualized, and the PHP stay may be a little shorter or a few days longer.

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PHP Day Program Consists Of:

  • Up to 30 Days
  • 6 hours of Group Therapy per Day, 5 Days per Week
  • Weekly Individual Therapy for Addiction, Mental health & Trauma
  • Psychiatry Services
  • Access to the Family Program
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Tapers
  • Lifetime Community support with our Alumni Program

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Why It Works

Our PHP Day Program combines the best aspects of outpatient and inpatient treatment in a less restrictive environment. It provides structure and accountability without feeling trapped in an inpatient or residential treatment center. It’s a great option for people who’ve started treatment elsewhere, and it can also act as a bridge between residential and outpatient treatment. It stabilizes people suffering from addiction, so you and your therapist can dig into the underlying causes of substance use.

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