Inpatient/Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
The Inpatient/ Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a collection of mental health services designed to address the immediate and short-term needs of those suffering from significant mental illness. These services include:
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a hospital-based, outpatient treatment program that utilizes group therapy to treat adults with psychiatric and substance issues.
The Children and Adolescent Partial Hospital Program (CAPHP) is a hospital-based, outpatient treatment program which utilizes group therapy to treat youth with psychiatric issues.
Children's Crisis Intervention Services (CCIS) is an inpatient youth psychiatric unit for children and adolescents who are experiencing acute crisis and require 24-hour care and attention.
Alcohol & Chemical Dependency Unit (ACDU) provides inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation for persons dealing with drug and/or alcohol abuse.
Alcohol & Chemical Dependency Services (ACDS) provides intensive outpatient programs, as well as traditional outpatient treatment, for patients with substance use disorders. ACDS services are offered during the day or evening.
Adult Crisis Intervention Services (ACIS) is an inpatient adult psychiatric unit for persons who are dealing with an acute mental crisis that requires 24-hour care. Admission to this partial care unit is voluntary, providing short-term, intensive stabilization for patients who require treatment, but not admission.
Mentally Ill Chemical Abuse (MICA) a specialized outpatient program for people who suffer from co-existing mental illness and a substance abuse disorder.