The Adult Partial and Intensive Outpatient Program is a hospital based outpatient program that provides psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment while allowing the patient to return home in the evening. This program serves as a "step down" or as a supportive means to prevent inpatient hospitalization. The goal is to assist patients in achieving the highest level of independence by utilizing therapy, psychotropic medications, and educational groups. Our staff of skilled and compassionate professionals are committed to helping patients realize their fullest potential.
Four specific programs are available to help individuals learn the skills they need to become more self-reliant.
This program focuses on a cognitive approach to help restructure thinking and behavior. Program components include:
Dual diagnosis program
This 12-step based program is designed for patients who have both a mental illness and a alcohol or narcotic problem. Program components include:
The emphasis of the focus program is to create a structured, supportive environment where patients are provided with education about their illness, medications, and signs and symptoms of psychiatric relapse. Program components include:
Eating disorder program
The goal of this program is to re-establish a healthy relationship with food for those patients who have restricted and/or abusive purging behaviors (anorexia or bulimia). The program provides structured meals with individual and group nutritional education and assessment. Program components include:
For more information
Program information: (909) 558-9275