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Parital Hospitalization

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial Hospitalization Program is designed for immediate and comprehensive help in a casual setting. Treatment is focused on group therapy and medication management but also offers individual and family sessions as needed. PHP meets Monday-Friday from 9 AM – 2 PM.

Benefits of PHP
  • Begin as early as next day
  • Psychiatrist visit on first day of treatment
  • Return home every evening and weekend
  • Lunch, snacks, and drinks are provided
  • Treatment plan is personalized to your needs
What We Treat
  • Depression
  • Anxiety/ Panic
  • PTSD
  • Stress
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic Attacks
  • And many additional needs
Information to Prepare for Partial Hospitalization

What to Bring

On your first day, bring a photo ID and your medical insurance card. Lunch, snacks, and drinks will be provided, along with paper and pens. You may want to bring a light jacket as the temperature in the group room varies.

How often you will see the Psychiatrist

You will see the psychiatrist on your first day and at least once per week while you are in PHP. Other clinical staff is also available every day to answer any questions or help with any medication concerns.

Therapist and Counselor Interaction

Our primary focus is group therapy; however, individual sessions are offered upon request. We strive to provide the best care for all group members which include both individual and family care.

Returning to Work

Attendance is very important and most people find it difficult to continue working. However, we will assist you with any FMLA, short-term disability and/or work absence paperwork you may need. If your work schedule does not interfere with your attendance and you would like to continue working, we will do our best to accommodate you.


PHP is completely voluntary and you are free to leave at any time. We encourage you to work with your treatment team to find the best time for you to end your treatment. It may be difficult to adjust to the treatment process at first. We will do our best to make you as comfortable as possible. Please communicate any concerns you have as soon as possible.

Length of Treatment

The length of your treatment is individualized based on your need. Each week, the treatment team will meet to review your progress. The program is voluntary and you are able to end your treatment at any time; however, we do encourage you to work with us for the best possible outcome. The average length of stay is 2-3 weeks.

Continuing Outpatient Treatment

While participating in PHP, you will need to reschedule any other therapy or psychiatry appointments. We would be happy to assist you in ensuring your current services resume within a reasonable time from the end of your treatment with us.

Confidentiality and Privacy

We pride ourselves on having respectful and professional employees. Your confidentiality and privacy are very important to us. Our employees are required to maintain the strictest ethical guidelines in regards to your confidentiality. If you have concerns about receiving treatment with an employee you know personally, please share your concerns with us.

Admission Process

You will be carefully assessed to ensure that you can benefit from the program. It may be difficult to adjust to the program initially. We will do our best to help you feel comfortable and protected.
For more information about this program or to be assessed for admission, please contact the CARE Team.

Our CARE (Call Assessment Referral Evaluation) Team is available for confidential consultations 24 hours a day. Participating in any programs at Deaconess Cross Pointe begins with a comprehensive assessment of each potential patient’s needs and development of an individualized treatment plan.

If this is an emergency, please call 911 or seek emergency care.

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