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Drug And Alcohol Abuse Day Facilities

If you have a family that requires your attention even as you continue looking for rehabilitation for your substance use disorders, then you may find that alcohol and drug abuse day facilities are the most ideal for you. This is because such centers are conducted in such a way that clients can easily return home and have the time to be part of your family both before and after they undergo treatment.

About Alcohol And Drug Abuse Day Facilities

Drug and alcohol abuse day facilities are also known as partial hospitalization addiction rehabilitation. They are structured for people making the transition out of inpatient or residential treatment but who still require support and structure to cope with their drug and/or alcohol addiction and make sure that they do not relapse. The centers offer a full day of rehab, after which you get to return home (in case the environment there is stable) or to a transitional living home (where their home is not conducive for their rehabilitation).

Most of these centers also heavily focus on the importance of practical and emotional balance - in both the home and within the community, school, or workplace. Additionally, they might require the involvement of the addict's loved ones in the rehab and therapies offered.

The programs may also offer a wide variety of options and treatments, which can include but are not limited to:

  • 12 step education
  • Educational groups
  • Family education and counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Recovery planning to prevent relapse
  • Recreational activities
  • Team building

Also known as PHPs (partial hospitalization centers), alcohol and drug abuse day programs are a particular type of outpatient drug addiction rehabilitation that caters to individuals who require care that is on a higher level than traditional outpatient facilities can offer. Because of this, these facilities will provide you with more extensive medical oversight and rehabilitation services throughout the day but you won't have the opportunity to remain at the facility overnight.

In the majority of instances, you might need to attend the program three to five days per week for close to four to six hours every day - although this may vary from individual to patient - while still remaining at home.

These programs are mostly utilized to help patients step down after completing inpatient treatment. Because of this, they are ideal if you don't need constant supervision but you could still benefit from the higher level of support offered.

How Drug And Alcohol Abuse Day Programs Work

Even before you undergo treatment, the staff will do an intake survey to help them develop a personalized and individualized rehabilitation and treatment plan based on your mental health condition (if any) and addiction.

As a client, you will also get to participate in a comprehensive recovery program where you will work with different treatment professionals, such as psychiatrists, therapists, social workers, nurses, and doctors.

Some of the treatments typically provided in day programs include, but are not particularly limited to:

  • Aftercare planning for sober living facilities, 12 step centers, and support groups
  • Detoxification
  • Dual diagnosis or co-occurring treatment
  • Group therapy
  • Holistic treatments, including music and art therapy, fitness classes, equine therapy, nutrition planning, meditation, and yoga
  • Individual therapy
  • Medical services
  • Prescription management

Duration Of Treatment

For most drug and alcohol abuse day programs, the length of treatment will vary greatly based on the client's unique needs and demands. In addition, all PHPs have varying approaches and clients often come with unique cases.

When you enroll in such a process, however, you will very likely be required to attend rehab daily for around 4 to 6 hours before you return home. Upon completion of rehab, you might be transitioned to a traditional outpatient program where you are required to attend therapy and treatment one to two times every week in order to maintain your stability, sobriety, and recovery.

Who Needs Alcohol And Drug Abuse Day Programs?

Some patients are more highly likely to benefit from drug and alcohol abuse day centers than others. In particular, partial hospitalization works most ideally for someone who:

  • Has a strong support base back at home
  • Has experienced problems with work or school performance
  • Has transportation and a stable and safe housing situation
  • Requires close medical supervision
  • Needs more support than they would get from a standard outpatient rehabilitation facility

Paying For Alcohol And Drug Abuse Day Centers

The cost of these facilities varies greatly depending on how long you undergo treatment and the extent to which your insurance provider can cover you. However, the rehab will most often cost less than an inpatient or residential program due to the fact you won't have to pay for board and room.

All insurers work different. However, you should be vigilant to make sure that your company offers some coverage for drug and alcohol abuse day facilities particularly now that drug and alcohol addiction and substance abuse rehabilitation is an essential aspect of health care. Meaning, that Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurance companies are legally required to cover rehab for addiction exactly how they cover other mental health and medical conditions.

However, some facilities might not accept Medicaid or Medicare, so you might want to do some research while looking for the right alcohol and drug abuse day programs for you.

In such cases, or if you don't have insurance, consider the following options to pay for your rehabilitation and treatment:

  • Crowdfunding
  • Setting up a payment plan or paying via sliding scale
  • Health care credit card
  • Home equity loans
  • Personal savings
  • Specialized loans

Overall, if you are addicted and/or battling with an addiction or co-occurring mental health disorder, then you may find that alcohol and drug abuse day facilities are effective for you. In many instances, however, these centers are best suited for clients who have responsibilities at home, school, and/or at their jobs that they have to take care of even as they undergo rehab. The centers work well due to the fact they allow such clients to continue meeting their responsibilities while receiving the treatment services they require to overcome their challenges with alcohol/drugs.

Centers in Pennsylvania

Central Behavioral Health
address 113 East Airy Street. Norristown, PA 19401 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Wesley Spectrum Services
address 243 Johnston Road. Pittsburgh, PA 15241 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Community Hospital
address 2600 West 9th Street. Chester, PA 19013 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Belmont Northeast
address 10360 Drummond Road. Philadelphia, PA 19154 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Family Services of Western PA
address 1350 Broadview Boulevard. Natrona Heights, PA 15065 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Citizens Acting Together Can Help Inc
address 2401 Penrose Avenue. Philadelphia, PA 19145 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Adolescent Transitions
address 1255 South Cedar Crest Boulevard. Allentown, PA 18103 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Chartiers Community MH MR Center Inc
address 337 Hickory Grade Road. Bridgeville, PA 15017 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Community Services Group
address 54 South Commerce Way. Bethlehem, PA 18017 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
PATH
address 200 Montour Boulevard. Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Reading Hospital and
address 6th and Spruce Street. Reading, PA 19611 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems
address 717 East Mill Street. Port Allegany, PA 16743 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Centerville Clinics Inc
address 37 Highland Avenue. Washington, PA 15301 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Centerville Clinic Inc
address 201 Alwine Avenue. Greensburg, PA 15601 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Alternatives Adult Partial Program
address 2545 Schoenersville Road. Bethlehem, PA 18017 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Dickinson Center Inc
address 763 Johnsonburg Road. St. Marys, PA 15857 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Watson Institute
address 255 South Negley Avenue. Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
NHS Capital Region Partial
address 1801 North Front Street. Harrisburg, PA 17102 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Pace School
address 2432 Greensburg Pike. Pittsburgh, PA 15221 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
PA Treatment and Healing
address 335 North Fourth Street. Lehighton, PA 18235 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Centerville Clinics Inc
address 303 Hill Street. Vestaburg, PA 15368 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Horsham Clinic
address 800 Parkway Drive. Broomall, PA 19008 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Philhaven
address 780 Eden Road. Lancaster, PA 17601 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
CareLink Community Support Services
address 1201 Stanbridge Street. Norristown, PA 19401 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute
address 401 Division Street. Harrisburg, PA 17110 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Childrens Home of York Bridges
address 301 East Philadelphia Street. York, PA 17403 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
CONCERN Professional Services
address 1 Dorsett Drive. Mansfield, PA 16933 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment
Adult Transitions
address 1259 South Cedar Crest Boulevard. Allentown, PA 18103 Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment

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