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How Our Partial Hospitalization Program for Teens Helps

Teens who are having difficulties at home, at school, or in the community can receive short-term, intensive therapeutic treatment through a (PHP) Partial Hospitalization Program for teens. Rehabilitation is a delicate topic, as we are all aware, for a number of reasons. It’s a process that calls for a great deal of openness from the …

PHP for Teens: How it Works and Who It Can Help

People dealing with substance abuse or serious behavioral issues can receive transformative treatment through partial hospitalization programs, or PHPs. Teens in this goal-oriented program receive specialized care while still residing in their homes for a set number of hours each day. Clients receive much more effective treatment with this flexible approach, which is also less …

How Does a Partial Hospitalization Program Works with Teens?

It is critical that teenagers look after their mental health. It is not uncommon for teenagers to experience behavioral issues. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 7% and 8% of teenagers have a behavioral health problem. Substance abuse disorders may also be included. Partial hospitalization programs for teenagers have multiple …

How to Know if PHP for Teens is a Good Option for Your Child

Your child’s mental health is just as important as their physical wellbeing. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available to help them overcome their unique challenges and find lasting recovery. However, not all programs are created equal. And the last thing you want to do is waste time and money on a program that doesn’t …

PHP Vs. IOP for Teens: Which One Should You Choose?

Teenagers who are struggling with mental health or addiction problems are not alone. Teenagers may benefit from frequent outpatient counseling in some cases. In some other cases, teenagers may need to be admitted to a residential inpatient institution. As a result, they must choose between an IOP (intensive outpatient program) or a PHP (partial hospitalization …