Our partial hospitalization program is one-of-a-kind treatment based on the CAST Alignment Model. If you want help solving your issues with substance abuse or struggles with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, or other challenges, we offer support in a safe, secure, and comfortable environment.
What is partial hospitalization?
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) usually lasts about 30 days. A PHP provides a less intensive level of treatment than inpatient or residential program, but is more intensive than an outpatient program.
Some people enter a PHP after a hospital program; others come directly into partial hospitalization.
How do I know if a partial hospitalization program is right for me?
Whether a PHP is right for you depends, in part, on your stage of recovery or healing process. If you’re leaving a treatment facility or a hospital program, but feel you still need help and support, or you were referred by your healthcare provider, partial hospitalization might be just what you need. Returning to life at home immediately after treatment can be a challenge. If you don’t feel you’re ready, CAST’s partial hospitalization program is a good solution.
The difference between living in a treatment facility and living at home can make for a more significant treatment experience. Even though you’re undergoing treatment during the day in another program—under constant supervision—once you get home, you’re no longer supervised. This can make it tough to stay sober, strong, healthy and maintain gains.
A PHP is designed to bridge the gap between residential treatment and home, but may also be appropriate for people who do not need a residential level of care.
What does CAST’s PHP treat?
People come to our PHP for many reasons. Some have anxiety and/or depression. Others struggle with bipolar disorder. Some people seek to end the cycle of substance abuse. Others are dealing not only with addiction, but also a mental or psychiatric illness.
We have the experienced staff and the necessary tools to treat all the above in a calm, comforting, and structured environment.
What should I expect from CAST’s PHP?
Our PHP is open to you if you’re age 18 or older. As part of our program, you’ll meet five days a week for a minimum of 4.5 hours a day for treatment services that includes group therapy and one-on-one therapy.
The CAST Alignment Model
The CAST Alignment Model (CAM) is a key feature of our PHP. The CAM is a unique method of treatment that addresses your need to integrate your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual selves. This model uses therapeutic tools to help you define your goals and take responsibility for achieving them.
At CAST, our core philosophy sets us apart. We believe awareness and empowerment can transform you and allow you to live the life you want, free from the issues that hold you back. Our programs are designed to provide you with guidance and support as you learn to improve your mental, emotional, and spiritual self.
Throughout your PHP journey, a CAM facilitator will guide your recovery and help you define and work toward your goals. We’ll customize the CAM to suit your needs and goals and provide you with therapy options to help you in your unique recovery.
What kinds of treatment can I get from the CAST PHP?
Treatment services may include:
Case management – This is coordinated by the CAST team to discuss your progress and any special support you need to move forward to reach your goals.
Individual counseling – One-on-one time allows you to focus on the topics that are important to you. Your counselor will guide you as you address issues that affect your life and limit your growth.
Some techniques we offer include:
Cognitive behavioral therapy
These are proven to help people deal with addiction, depression, anxiety, and other issues.
Group therapy – You’ll have daily sessions with other people in the program. Group therapy sessions are guided by a therapist, and group interaction is highly encouraged.
Psychiatric services – If you already have a psychiatrist that you are working, we would love to connect with them as part of your treatment team. Those who do not have a psychiatrist can be referred to a psychiatrist in our community. Everyone works together on recovery, allowing us to integrate psychiatric services into your treatment plan if necessary.
Lifestyle coaching – You’ll learn a wide range of skills to help you in recovery. When you leave us, you’ll be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle through:
Other skills, according to your needs and interests
Family help – Your family is not alone. We can tailor help to their needs, so they are supported during your recovery as well. The mission of the Family Day Program is to provide a hopeful, supportive and educational space for our clients’ loved ones.