Like our Residential Treatment Programs, Our PHP and IOP programs extend the continuum of care by providing the same state-of-the-art, individually tailored, and holistic treatment for those struggling with the full spectrum of chemical dependency, and co-occurring mental health issues.

Our comprehensive and innovative treatment philosophy is based upon our understanding of the complex and progressive nature of chemical dependency. . Instead of focusing on the symptoms, we treat the person and the underlying issues that have led to the harmful behaviors.

Our PHP program is six days per week (Monday – Saturday) 7 hours per day. Clients may choose to live in our PHP transitional housing or commute from their own living arrangements while attending program. Our IOP program is also offered six days per week but only 3 1/2 hours per day and clients will usually attend between three to five days per week on the IOP level.

Our program includes a strong, solid base of addiction management, twelve-step recovery concepts, family involvement, group therapy, nutritional counseling, and experiential therapies. Individualized treatment planning allows for effective treatment.

PHP clients participate in daily group therapy with several groups per day in our PHP Program and two groups per day in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Each client also receives individual therapy sessions with their lead therapist as well as meetings with the psychiatrist to address any co-occurring mental health issues and monitor any psychotropic medication management needed. Addiction issues are addressed through engaging educational workshops on stress, spirituality, relationships, and assertiveness training. Our philosophy is to blend continuous, intensive. and structure care in a system of support, guidance, and education.

Our experienced clinicians understand the biological, social, psychological, nutritional, and spiritual needs of substance abuse and address treatment to reflect each clients individual differences. We offer individual, family and group psychotherapy; in-depth grief and loss work; experiential therapies geared towards personal issues and personal needs; and a transitional living home which is gender specific.