PHP Treatment

Trauma-Informed PHP Treatment Program for Women

At Haven Hills, our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), is an extended day treatment program aimed at treating adult women suffering from trauma and co-occurring symptoms. Our trauma-informed treatment program provides 8 hours of clinical support from a multi-disciplinary treatment team each day. Our clinical and nutritional programming takes place Monday through Friday and includes a variety of therapeutic and experiential components including exposure therapy. We understand that each woman who comes through our door has a unique set of needs and we work with each individual to personally tailor a specific treatment plan that will keep them accountable during treatment.

PHP treatment is a very important step on the recovery journey, it provides individuals with 40 hours of clinical support while encountering and addressing real-life stressors that individuals are protected from at higher levels of care. Day treatment allows our clients to maintain a prominent level of therapeutic support while navigating environmental, familial, and social stressors. In other words, it is where treatment and life start to integrate which is necessary for long-term recovery to persist. Our PHP can be utilized as a step down for individuals coming from a higher level of care, as a step up for individuals requiring increased support, as a first step in the recovery process, or any transitional combination.

Our PHP treatment consists of a psychiatric care, individual therapy sessions, group therapy sessions, as well as meals and snacks each day. Clients are assigned a primary therapist and registered dietitian (if needed) upon admission. The primary therapist coordinates care with any outside services and assists in transitioning clients at discharge or to a higher level of care if clinically indicated.

If you or a loved one are struggling with trauma, an eating disorder, or substance misuse, please give us a call. We are here to help.

Haven Hills Recovery – Trauma Informed Care for Women