Your addiction symptoms aren’t severe enough to require around-the-clock care, but you’re not ready for the independence that comes with outpatient treatment, and residential care doesn’t seem like enough. Consider partial hospitalization. You’ll work on your recovery in a protected space almost every day, but you’ll have a chance to practice sober skills in real time.
Partial hospitalization offers significant, robust care for addiction while still offering some flexibility. Spend most of every day learning and recovering in the company of talented staff and caring peers. With medication, psychotherapy, and complementary therapy options available, you’ll address your addiction on multiple fronts.
If you have stable and supportive housing nearby, live in your home while you get the treatment you need. Personalized care means you get the treatment that’s right for you and your recovery.
When you enroll in a partial hospitalization program, you’ll complete any intake paperwork needed and then receive a comprehensive assessment, which will evaluate substance abuse history and patterns, physical and mental health, treatment and detox history, and more.
Everyone’s history, experiences, and needs are different, which is why the information from the evaluation is used to guide your individualized treatment planning.
PHPs are the most intensive outpatient options available, including up to 30 hours per week of treatment modalities, such as:
Although treatment duration may vary, you can expect to attend a PHP for several weeks to a few months.
As you near the end of your PHP, the treatment team will create an individualized aftercare plan for you. This plan may include stepping down to a less intensive program, such as an IOP or outpatient program. Or your plan may involve transitioning into a sober living home, joining a support group, or attending ongoing therapy.
Enroll in a partial hospitalization program, and you’ll make a commitment to your recovery. This is an intensive form of care that comes with the following intense benefits:
"Being the first client to go through Boca Recovery Center, I can honestly say it was the best decision of my life. I have never been in a facility where every person working there treats you as if you are their family and is there for you every step of the way. It was the most loving and caring facility I have ever attended."
"This is an awesome place where they really care about you! They really go out their way to help you, they are compassionate about what they do and today I can say thank you Boca for being there and being a big part of my recovery journey."
Boca Recovery is one of the best treatment centers in South Florida to address your substance use! As a clinical staff member, I can genuinely say that each therapist working here has your best interests at heart. We will work beside you to help guide you towards a successful recovery!
Boca recovery housing was very comfortable for the time I spent there. The apartment has two bedrooms fully furnished with kitchen appliances and all the necessary items to cook meals every day. It definitely allowed me to transition back to reality very easily as I was attending groups and AA meetings every day. I enjoyed using the gym and basketball they provided. I would recommend to anyone.
Withdrawal can be tough, depending on the severity of the addiction and personal factors. In a medical detox program, you’ll have medical care and support as you safely withdraw from substances of abuse.
Drugs like alcohol and opioids cause long-term chemical changes deep within the brain. Some people need medications for long periods, including after medical detox programs are complete. Get the medications you need, and the monitoring to keep you safe, in partial hospitalization programs.
Long-term sobriety starts with new habits and thought patterns. In psychotherapy sessions conducted by trained professionals, you’ll learn more about your relapse risks, your history, and your future.
Anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns can complicate your recovery, but they don’t have to stop it. Medications and psychotherapy can help you manage and understand your mental health, so you can focus on sobriety.
Relax your mind and control your stress with yoga, meditation, and exercise. Dig deep into trauma responses with art or music therapy. Eat nutritious meals made for your healing body.
You’ll spend most of every day within the treatment facility, working on your recovery. However, your free time is your own. Build solid relapse prevention skills while you’re living independently.
Connect with others in recovery through fun-filled sober activities built into your treatment program. Share tips and techniques with others who understand where you are and where you want to go.
Recovery support doesn’t stop when you leave the program. PHPs offer ongoing aftercare support to help you resist relapse and maintain your recovery.
We’ve helped over 6,000 patients fight and overcome their addiction and we truly understand the level of care needed to achieve long-term sobriety.
We have some of the best medical directors that focus on creating customizable treatment plans to help patients overcome addiction
Our industry accreditations put us as the top 10% of rehabs in the U.S.
Most major insurance carriers cover addiction treatment. We will work with your provider to get you the maximum possible coverage for your care.
Patients with limited or no insurance may need to secure private financing. We can help put you in touch with third-party lenders and explore other options if needed.
A partial hospitalization program is an addiction treatment program appropriate for people who require intensive therapy but do not want to stay within the confines of a residential alcohol or drug rehab facility. More time is spent in treatment during a PHP than in a conventional outpatient program. The person undergoing PHP treatment must be on site several hours a day, multiple times a week.
It depends. Some partial hospitalization programs have no fixed duration, so they can tailor treatment to meet patients’ needs. Others may last for a few weeks or months.
The cost of a PHP depends on the length of the program. Typically, partial hospitalization programs cost less than residential drug and alcohol treatment programs. Most insurance plans cover partial hospitalization at least partially because addiction treatment is considered an essential health benefit. However, if you or a loved one is paying out of pocket for a partial hospitalization drug addiction program, there are various finance options available to you.