What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?
Am I ready to enter the PHP?
Your clinical team may recommend transitioning to PHP as part of your treatment when these points apply to you:
What To Expect in Our PHP
Following inpatient care, your time in PHP is a step toward living independently outside of the facility.
Generally, patients in our PHP complete 18–20 hours of evidence-based programming five to seven days per week. You’ll also have more free time compared to previous levels of care, where you can grow habits and hobbies that will support your sobriety long-term.
Speak With Admissions
Speak with a Recovery Advocate who can answer your questions and get you started in inpatient care.
Using Insurance for Partial Hospitalization Rehab
FAQs About Our Partial Hospitalization Program
Is drug or alcohol detox included?
Medical detox is not considered part of the PHP level of care. Patients who need medical detox will receive that level of care before beginning the inpatient and PHP phases of treatment.
Will I be forced to stay in rehab during PHP?
Completing the treatment plan is crucial as leaving early often results in relapse and overdose risks. While we encourage patients to stay the course, they have the option to leave treatment at any time, as long as it doesn’t pose a threat to themselves or others.
How can I pay for PHP?
Insurance may cover some or all of a patient’s PHP stay. Meeting a deductible or providing a copay may still be necessary. Without insurance, The Recovery Village Palmer Lake can discuss a private payment plan with you if needed.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
There are several laws in place that protect employees when they attend rehab.
Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?
While we can provide no guaranty you’ll maintain child custody, completing rehab reduces the negative effects of addiction on your life and may help your case towards keeping custody of your children.
Start Your Admission
Don’t wait to get the help you need. Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you have, discuss payment options, and create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.