(PHP) Partial Hospitalization
- What is partial hospitalization for substance abuse?
- What is considered partial hospitalization?
- How much does partial hospitalization cost?
- How long is a partial hospitalization program?
- Does Medicare pay for partial hospitalization?
What is partial hospitalization for substance abuse?
Partial hospitalization treatment, also known as “intensive outpatient treatment” offers high-quality, vital care – sometimes seven days a week – to break your dependence on drugs and alcohol and to address the underlying causes behind addiction without the need for constant supervision and monitoring.
What is Considered Partial Hospitalization?
Partial hospitalization refers to a comprehensive, short-term, intensive, clinical treatment program. With regard to level of treatment, partial hospitalization is a step below inpatient hospitalization but more concentrated than traditional outpatient care.
Those who choose partial hospitalization programs are able to live at home, but they spend three to five days per week at Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP).
Partial hospital programs are usually furnished by our intensive outpatient treatment service or IOP, and also may include counseling services. Partial hospitalization is not a substitute for inpatient care.
How Much does Partial Hospitalization Cost?
A full day of PHP costs, will vary depending on the treatment you receive and your insurance provider. Contact our Admit Department for assessment and financial counseling.
How long is a partial hospitalization program?
The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is designed for clients exiting our inpatient treatment program who require intensive support and structure but not 24-hour inpatient care. The length of stay can vary individual needs but typically is between six to eight weeks.
Does Medicare pay for partial hospitalization?
Medicare helps cover some of the cost of partial hospitalization services. We also accept an extensive list of insurance providers as well as private pay. Depending on your level of care and services, cost will more than likely vary. Please contact our financial department for complete details.