Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) for substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health disorders in Fort Worth, Texas is designed to give you the intensive alcohol addiction and/or drug addiction treatment you need while still being able to stay home and sleep in your own bed.
Located in Fort Worth, Texas on the western side of the city, this alternative to residential treatment is the perfect middle ground between full-time rehab, which separates you from your home and family for 30+ days, and an intensive outpatient program (IOP) that may not be the level of care you need.
Here’s how it works.
Our partial hospitalization program takes place during the day and will likely require you to take time off of work to complete it. However, if you work a nontraditional schedule, you may be able to continue working while completing the program. The program is:
The major difference between IOP and PHP is the time commitment.
Read this article to learn more aboutthe major differences between our intensive outpatient programin Fort Worth and our partial hospitalization programs here.
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Here are answers to our most frequently asked questions about our partial hospitalization program.
In all of these situations, you need to either go to a hospital, a detox facility, or an in-patient psychiatric facility where you can get a very high level of care.If you don’t need a medical detox but you are unable to stop using or drinking, you likely need to go to an in-patient rehab facility. A PHP program cannot keep you away from available alcohol or drugs as an in-patient rehab can.
PHP is only effective if you are clean and sober. PHP works very well if you’ve just left residential treatment and want to continue having a high level of care.If you are unable to stop using/drinking on your own, you need to go to a hospital or a medical detox center so that you can safely complete the withdrawal process.
If you’re responsible for dropping off and picking up your children from school, you’ll most likely be able to take care of this responsibility while attending PHP because it takes place from 9 am to 2 pm.
PHP is generally covered by insurance.
We take most forms of insurance, but you’ll need to contact us and give us your insurance information so that we can confirm coverage.
To further explore the services provided by the partial hospitalization program (PHP) for substance use disorder or to schedule an intake or assessment, please contact our program at (817) 616-0504.