Partial Hospitalization Program

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) offers comprehensive behavioral health treatment and is considered a “step down” from the Inpatient Psychiatric Program, which allows the benefit of structured treatment 20 hours each week and the balance of returning home daily once treatment is complete. Our PHP program is offered in an intimate setting and Individuals have the added benefit of access to a psychiatrist for medication adjustment as needed, which eliminates the waiting time often associated with scheduling outpatient psychiatrist appointments.

Clients attend regularly scheduled groups based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Individuals attend PHP sessions five to six days a week (Saturday is optional). The program operates Monday through Saturday from 9:15 am to 1:55 pm. Transportation and lunch is provided daily. Individuals who make progress in treatment and successfully meet objectives may choose to continue their treatment at the Intensive Outpatient Program level. This is an excellent option for those who appreciate the structure of group therapy and want continued support as they reestablish healthy lifestyle routines.

  • Cohesion (sense of belonging)
  • Assures client is getting nutritional intake
  • Increase social and communication skills
  • Transportation eliminates barrier to treatment
  • Respite for caregiver
  • Increase medication compliance
  • Relaxation skills and learning healthy ways of coping with triggers

Eligibility Requirements

The program provides services to those who are 18 years of age and older who:

  • strive to break the cycle associated with mental illness
  • have endured repeat inpatient hospitalization due to inadequate support and lack of coping skills

Make an Appointment

To schedule a no-cost assessment or for more information, please call (318) 383-5021 (24/7), or use the form below. Walk-ins are welcome, and appointments can also be made. We respect your privacy and hold all information discussed in the strictest confidence. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, DO NOT use this form.