How Long is Partial Hospitalization Addiction Rehab?
The partial hospitalization (PHP) portion of our program lasts for an average of 30 days. As is the case with every other phase of addiction recovery, the length of PHP is determined by each client’s personal progress in treatment. In the vast majority of cases clients stay in PHP for 28-30 days. The duration of the second phase of clinical care depends on what our team of clinical professionals deems appropriate on a case-by-case basis. If a client shows immense progress and continuously makes healthy and positive choices after transitioning into our PHP program, the duration of this phase is shorter – if a client is struggling with independent living and is still making self-destructive choices the duration of this phase will, of course, be longer. In some PHP programs, clients live at home and attend treatment during the day. In our PHP program clients live in a sober living residence which provides them with additional guidance and support 24-hours a day.
How Long is Outpatient Addiction Rehab?
Our IOP program is ideal for men and women who have just completed inpatient treatment and still require an intensive level of therapeutic care. IOP groups meet up to five times per week, and provide the same care as inpatient treatment in a less intensive setting (while allowing clients more personal freedom). Most of our clients who transition from residential inpatient or PHP into IOP stay for between six weeks and three months, though some clients opt to stay longer for additional support as they transition back into fully independent living. Our IOP program focuses on relapse prevention, life skills training and a continuation of individual and group therapy, helping clients successfully overcome the real-world challenges of early recovery.