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

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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 meet your child’s needs or address the root of their mental health issues. To ensure a good outcome for your child, it is vital to do your research and learn what a Partial Hospitalization Program for teens is. What makes one PHP for teens better than another before choosing a program for your teenager?

What Exactly Is Php?

PHP is an intensive outpatient treatment program. PHP stands for “Partial Hospitalization Program,” and it’s a behavioral health treatment program designed specifically for teens. It’s also sometimes referred to as a teen rehab program or a teen addiction treatment program, depending on the needs of the individual being treated.

What makes PHP stand out from other forms of outpatient care? For one thing, PHP programs are not always located in hospitals; they’re often housed in community centers and similar facilities that are close to home and supportive environments. Another reason why PHP may be preferable over other forms of group therapy is that teens get the chance to participate in their own recovery without feeling alienated from their peers by being away from school during those hours when most kids are gone anyway!

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How Do I Know If PHP Is Right for My Teenager?

If your teen is struggling with any of the following issues, PHP may be a great option for them:

  • Mental health issues (anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, etc.)
  • Substance abuse issues (drugs or alcohol) or a dual diagnosis (substance abuse and mental health)
  • Other mental health issues that are not on this list above

If your teen doesn’t have any of these problems but you still want them to learn how  to handle their emotions in a healthy way and help them avoid getting into trouble in the future by practicing better self-care now,  then PHP may be right for them as well.

What Should I Look for When Choosing A Php Program?

When searching for a PHP program for your teen, you should look for one that offers a continuum of care. This means that your child will be able to move from one level to another as he or she progresses in recovery. Additionally, you should search for a program that offers a range of treatment options. Some programs, such as the PHP program at Glendora Recovery Center, provide holistic therapy while others focus on traditional methods like medications and counseling sessions. Finally, you should seek out programs that offer treatment settings in both inpatient and outpatient facilities.

Is The Staff Properly Trained And Licensed?

You should be able to find out the following information from the program:

  • Has the staff been properly trained in evidence-based practices?
  • Are they licensed to provide treatment?
  • Do they have experience working with teens?
  • Have they been trained in how to use technology and social media as tools for treatment (versus being used as a distraction or detriment)?

How Long Does a PHP Program Last?

Each person’s PHP experience is unique. What is appropriate or recommended for one person may not be appropriate for another. Your treatment could last three or more hours each day, up to five days a week, depending on what our experts feel is best for you.

While this may appear to be a significant time commitment, keep in mind that PHP is not designed to be used for long periods of time. Discharge planning is implemented right from the outset. The majority of the time, your PHP will last two to three weeks.

Is The Treatment Center Accredited?

Accreditation is a sign of quality, legitimacy, trust, and competence. If a treatment center is not accredited, then it may be that they are not legitimate. It also means that you can not be certain about the qualifications of staff or how safe your child will be in their care.

With The Right Help, Your Child Can Heal And Find A Path To Lasting Recovery.

The right PHP program can be a lifeline for your child and his or her family. It’s important to find a program that is licensed, accredited, and has a good track record. The staff should be properly trained and licensed too.

Summing Up…

A good PHP program will provide your child with an environment that encourages healing from trauma or addiction issues—something that may not be possible at home or school!

PHP can be intimidating due to its time commitment. However, it may be the most effective way to live the life you desire. We understand how difficult it is to take the initial step and contact a facility like ours. It is, nonetheless, worthwhile. You can change, even if it seems unlikely right now. Our PHP could very well be the solution. Call us at (626) 240-5056 to learn more or to begin the intake process.

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Dr. Moses Nasser, MD
Dr. Moses Nasser, MD

Dr. Moses Nasser has a double board certification in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. His experience in addiction medicine goes back to when he started meditating in medical school over 20 years ago. The adventure of spiritual growth that followed led to the study and use of holistic healing, music for meditation and healing, guided meditation, and guided imagery, and understanding the deep physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual reasons that we turn to addictive substances and behaviors. This led to a medical weight loss practice where he integrated a complete mindfulness program for emotional eating and food addiction.

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