Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Less Intensive Than Our Residential Program
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Less intensive than our residential program, 10 Acre Ranch’s partial hospitalization program is available for clients who reside in the community or have a supported residence or sober house to return to each evening. PHP clients attend daytime recovery programming on weekdays from 9 AM to 5 PM. Depending upon participant needs, programs may include group therapy, recreation, 12-step program guidance, counseling, goal coaching, recovery activities, and more. Typically, insurance plans grant seven to 10 days of PHP, with extensions permitted in some situations. The 10 Acre Ranch team can help you secure payment through insurance or affordable self-pay plans.
An alternative to full-time hospitalization, the partial hospitalization program gives clients the opportunity to immerse themselves in our social learning model after completing a detox period or inpatient program. PHP may also be appropriate for clients faced with a dual diagnosis since it allows time to meet with outside specialists who manage medications for co-occurring disorders. Working alongside other clients to develop sober-living skills, PHP participants learn to manage stress, cope without relying on drugs or alcohol, and develop healthy personal, social, and workplace relationships.
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Private insurance often covers partial hospitalization programs, and 10 Acre Ranch is one of the most affordable substance abuse facilities in the Southern California region. To request PHP for yourself or a loved one, or to determine whether residential treatment is more appropriate for your situation, dial 877-228-4679 or inquire online. Our intake specialists help you obtain insurance authorization, complete the admissions process, and tailor recovery programs to meet your unique needs.
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