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Individuals with addiction require professional treatment to help them overcome their substance dependence and rebuild their lives. Inpatient rehab is considered the gold standard of addiction treatment, but it is not always the best option for patients. Partial hospitalization programs in Texas offer intensive therapy for addiction, but allow patients to return home for part of the day. This type of program can offer the best outcome for some individuals.

 

What Is Partial Hospitalization?

Partial hospitalization, often called “day treatment,” offers therapy for substance abuse problems for up to 8 hours each day, allowing patients to return to their homes in the evenings and for weekends. Some program offer transportation to and from the facility to reduce the risk of temptation that can affect patients’ ability to benefit from treatment. During the treatment day, therapy is intensive, with evaluation for mental health issues, individual counseling, group counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy and relapse prevention training. Patients are educated on addiction topics and explore the underlying causes of their substance abuse. Programs may also offer family therapy to confront issues related to addiction and repair emotional wounds. Patients are also encouraged to prepare for maintaining their recovery after the program has ended, with referrals to community agencies and support group meetings that will continue their care after treatment.

 

Who is a Good Candidate for Partial Hospitalization?

Individuals who have completed an inpatient rehab program and need continuing care as they become independent can benefit from partial hospitalization. Partial hospitalization can also be beneficial for patients who are highly motivated to overcome their addiction and who have a home environment that can support their efforts toward recovery. However, individuals with severe addiction problems, or those who have unstable home environments, may be better served by an inpatient program.

 

What Happens in a Partial Hospitalization Program?

Patients arrive at the treatment facility and immediately begin assessment of their mental health condition and recommendations for treatment. They may attend one-on-one sessions with a counselor, followed by group sessions with other patients to discuss how addiction has affected their lives and how they can manage cravings as they rebuild their lives as they recover. Cognitive behavioral training helps them explore how their thought patterns affect their actions and how to create better outcomes. Patients will also learn techniques for recognizing “triggers” for relapse and how to apply positive actions to counteract them.

 

The Goals of Partial Hospitalization Programs

Partial hospitalization must comply with specific goals for effective treatment:

  • The program must provide ways to help patients maintain abstinence.
  • The program must provide assessment and treatment of existing psychiatric problems that may affect the patients’ ability to benefit from treatment.
  • The program must assist patients in creating a positive home environment that will support their recovery from addiction.
  • The program must help patients deal with stress from recovery, as well as from mental health issues, and provide referrals for continued care.

 

Why Choose Partial Hospitalization?

Partial hospitalization offers patients the intensive care of an inpatient program, but they are able to work on becoming more independent as they continue the work of rebuilding their lives after addiction. It can be the best option for individuals who need continued care after an inpatient rehab stay, providing the continued therapy and support patients often need for success after treatment.

After Partial Hospitalization

When the partial hospitalization program has been completed, the patient must continue to support their recovery with positive actions that help to maintain abstinence. This often includes attendance at support group meetings and continued counseling, when necessary.

If you or a loved one struggles with addiction, dial an addiction specialist today to learn more about partial hospitalization and how it can help you on the path to recovery.