Spanish-speaking Intensive Outpatient Center.

Levels Of Care

Treatment Program Levels For Everyone

About Our Levels Of Care

Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Programs

Our facility offers care through two different forms, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Both structures offer value to the client with different forms of treatment.

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What is PHP & IOP?

Partial Hospitalization Program is a great substitute for inpatient care. Clients at this level of care receive intensive treatment, 5 hours a day, but they don’t need round-the-clock medical supervision. During PHP, clients will participate in a structured schedule of treatment activities, including individual therapy, group therapy, and other evidence-based treatments. These activities are designed to address the underlying causes of addiction and to provide clients with the skills and strategies needed to maintain long-term sobriety.

If family or significant other has not been involved in the client’s treatment, this is the perfect time to include them for two very important reasons. Support and resolve any issues that can be roadblocks on maintaining a harmonious reinsertion of the patient into his/her environment.
Evidence-Based Models

Through our different forms of therapy, we strive to empower you with the necessary tools and coping strategies to regain control of your life.

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1 on 1 Therapy

Individual therapy can help gain insight where your trauma meets addiction. It will teach you useful learning tools for emotional resilience and positive behavioral changes.

Group Therapy

By creating connections in your sober living community, you will find healthy relationships and a strong support system to lean on.

Family Therapy

Family therapy aims to improve communication, resolve conflicts, and enhance understanding, leading to a more supportive and sustainable sober living environment.