doctor going over chart with woman at the Partial Hospitalization Program in OHWith the number of addiction treatment programs available, you might feel overwhelmed by options. However, by learning about the types of treatment programs typically used for substance abuse, you can make the right choice. In a partial hospitalization program, also known as a PHP, you’ll have the flexibility of living at home while still receiving intensive treatment for addiction. At Midwest Recovery Center, we offer a PHP where you’ll overcome addiction alongside others who have walked down similar roads. Through group therapy, you’ll find the support of your peers and begin to heal.

What is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

A partial hospitalization program is a second step in the addiction treatment process for many people. For some, an inpatient rehab program like medical detox is a necessary first step. During an inpatient program, patients will live on-site at the addiction treatment center and will only leave under special circumstances. However, in a partial hospitalization program, patients live at home or in community housing. Meanwhile, they go through intensive treatment at an addiction treatment center like Midwest Recovery.

If you’re not sure whether or not a PHP is right for you, there are a few things to consider. Some benefits of a PHP include the following:

  • You can continue to work while receiving intensive treatment
  • Outpatient addiction treatment costs less than a residential program
  • You can work on the healthy coping skills you learn during treatment in your time outside of the center
  • While in treatment you can develop an outside support system
  • You can keep up with responsibilities at home, in school, or at work

To find out if our partial hospitalization program is right for you, contact Midwest Recovery today.

About Our Partial Hospitalization Program in Toledo, OH

The partial hospitalization program is the most intensive level of treatment offered at Midwest Recovery. PHP approaches treatment on a part-time but still intensive basis, to give you the support you need to continue making progress in early recovery. We create individualized substance abuse treatment plans for everyone in our care. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, personalizing treatment plans to every patient’s needs is an important principle of effective treatment. So at Midwest Recovery, you’ll go through an assessment as soon as you enter an addiction treatment program.

Medical Care

All of our rehab programs treat the mental, physical and spiritual sides of addiction. Your comprehensive therapy plan focuses on the mental and spiritual aspects, but we will address your physical needs as well. We have a nurse practitioner on-site to assess you and administer any necessary medications.

Intense Therapy Plan

Our PHP engages each individual in an intense, individualized therapy plan. Through both group and individual settings, you’ll learn to share and communicate honestly. Group members will offer new perspectives on your experiences. Through the structure and security of the program, you can begin to take control of your addictions and move forward.

Family and Community Health

At Midwest Recovery Center, we believe families can also recover from substance abuse. We will give you the tools to mend broken relationships and heal damaged families. Hands-on support for your family is an incredible resource. We offer support services for any of your loved ones, including family support groups and family therapy sessions. Our staff will help your family understand addiction and learn to create healthy boundaries.

Find Hope at Midwest Recovery Center

Our goal is for every patient in our care to develop the tools they need for lasting recovery. A happy, healthy life free from drugs and alcohol is possible. In addition to our partial hospitalization program in OH, we offer a number of less intensive treatment programs. These include the following:

Learn more by contacting Midwest Recovery Center. Call us at 833.627.0039 or contact us online, and find hope for your future today.

It’s Never Too Late for Recovery