Integrate’s Partial Hospitalization Program (P.H.P.) meets on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The difference between Partial Hospitalization (P.H.P.) and Intensive Outpatient (I.O.P) is contact hours. While I.O.P. participants attend three hour group sessions 3-5 times weekly, P.H.P. participants attend six hour sessions on a daily basis. P.H.P. is ideal for people who are looking for an alternative to residential rehabilitations, or for those who have graduated from a residential program and still need a high level of care. While P.H.P. participants can attend from home, Integrate has partnered with a sober living community in the interest of making safe housing an option for everyone.
As you progress in treatment, you will step down to I.O.P. level of care and, upon completion of I.O.P., have the option to continue with recovery coaching, medication management, and individual counseling. We strive to offer an unrivaled continuum of care so that our patients are supported through their first year of recovery…and beyond.
Learn more about our Intensive Outpatient Program for information about the treatment modalities we utilize, as well as other frequently asked questions.