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Rally Recovery PHPThe partial hospitalization program at A Better State offers a higher level of care than outpatient treatment, yet is less intensive than a residential program. This level of care is perfect for those who are not ready to commit to a residential program but need more support than what outpatient treatment can offer.

Reaching out to an addiction treatment center can help you step into a new reality. Reach out to A Better State today at 781.412.1488 to learn more about our partial hospitalization program in New Hampshire.

What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

Partial hospitalization programs offer a high level of care on an outpatient basis. Despite the name of this program, participants don’t need to visit a hospital while in treatment—instead, they participate in group and individual therapy sessions in our supportive center.

The partial hospitalization program at A Better State consists of five days per week of programming. This time includes evidence-based and holistic therapy options as well as medication management.

The benefits of the partial hospitalization program at A Better State include:

Increased support and supervision

A PHP provides a more supportive and structured environment than traditional outpatient services. This can be especially helpful for those who are struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Individualized care

PHP staff work one-on-one with clients to develop an individualized treatment plan that meets their specific needs.

Constant monitoring

PHP staff closely monitor clients’ progress and provide support as needed. This can be especially helpful for those who are new to recovery or struggling with early sobriety.

Increased accountability

PHP programs emphasize accountability, with regular drug tests and meetings with a case manager. This can help clients stay on track in their recovery.

Learn more about our approach to treatment by connecting with our team today—we’re here to help you navigate the road to recovery. Break free of addiction with the help of our experienced team and the comprehensive treatment plans we offer.

What to Expect in Our Partial Hospitalization Program

Rally Recovery PHP2Participating in a PHP can be an incredibly helpful step in recovering from addiction. Clients can expect to meet with a therapist and participate in therapy sessions several times a week. They will also attend group therapy sessions and may be assigned homework assignments. In addition, clients can expect to meet with a psychiatrist or other mental health professional to discuss their treatment plan and progress. Medication management is also typically included as part of a partial hospitalization program. Finally, clients can expect to receive support and education from the program staff. This support can come in the form of help with managing symptoms, coping with stress, and making healthy lifestyle choices. Overall, our partial hospitalization program can provide valuable support and treatment for those struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health issues.

If you are interested in learning more about the partial hospitalization program at A Better State, reach out to our team today. We would be happy to answer any questions you have.

Reach Out to A Better State Today to Learn More

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, a partial hospitalization program may be the right step for you. Contact A Better State today to learn more about our partial hospitalization program in New Hampshire and how we can help you or your loved one recover from addiction.

In addition to our PHP, we offer intensive outpatient and outpatient programs in order to meet clients where they are. These levels of care are typically recommended for those who have completed our IOP and who have built the healthy coping skills needed to maintain sobriety long-term.

You can reach the A Better State team at 781.412.1488 or quickly connect with us online to learn more.