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Partial Hospitalization SERVICES

Get the help you need while maintaining your independence

In CSG’s Partial Hospitalization Program, an expert treatment team will work with you to define and provide the support you need through group therapy, skills building groups, and medication management.

This allows individuals to benefit from a higher level of care while remaining in their home and community.

What is a partial hospitalization (PH) program?

The PH programs are designed to help you on your path to recovery, especially during times when you feel like things are getting worse.  It is called “partial” hospitalization because it offers intensive services that are provided in a hospital setting; however, all programs take place during the day.  There is no overnight stay.  

What usually happens each day?

Each PHP program is different but all offer group therapy, educational group and medication appointments with a psychiatrist or Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP). The clinical team members will also meet with you individually as needed.

How often will I be seen for medication appointments?

You will see a prescriber within the first two weeks of starting the program.  You and your prescriber will determine the frequency of additional meetings at that time. 

What kind of education is provided to participants?

Educational groups are led by staff and are frequently based on suggestion from individuals in the program.  Topics include Personal Medicine, Whole Health Recovery, Coping Skills, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Relationships. 

How long will I be in the program?

At the start of a program, each individual meets with clinical staff to develop a treatment plan based on their unique symptoms, strengths and stressors.  The length of your stay is based on the goals identified and  progress towards those goals, as determined by input from the individual, members of their support system, and program staff.  

Why is so much of the program done in group sessions?

Groups have different benefits to offer from individual therapy.  Being part of a group gives you a chance to see that you are not in this alone.  Others can share experiences and ideas based on what has for for them and provide you with the opportunity to do the same for them.  A group setting also lends a unique kind of support as you learn and practice new skills.