If you’re looking for addiction treatment in Pennsylvania, there is a good chance that a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is what’s right for you. PHP offers intensive addiction treatment services as well as primary mental health, individual therapy sessions, and other support services to help you become a healthier YOU.
Partial Program provides 20 or more hours of services per week for a person who does not require 24/7 care. Our individualized programming meets the need of people who are struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions. Our clients participate daily in Renew Family Services full spectrum of therapies while the clients return to their homes at night.
This level of outpatient treatment usually includes 9 or more hours of services per week to support a person who is struggling with addiction and/or mental illness. The services offered consist of individual sessions, groups, and family therapy. IOP is perfect for the client who needs that bridge of therapy/counseling 3-5 times per week as they are integrating back into their daily lives.
Mental wellness problems have the potential to arise anytime during a person's life. It affects daily living and may manifest differently. Common symptoms are depression, anxiety, obsessive thoughts, anger, isolation, risky behaviors, and impulsivity.
There are various ways to treat people with these symptoms. Renew Family Services does not believe in the cookie cutter model. There is no one size fits all. It is important to know that every person is an individual and will be treated as such. Every person is different with their own unique experience and needs.
Renew Family Services utilizes eclectic therapy to encompass what the person needs at the specific moment. We offer psychotherapy, groups, psychiatry, and medication management as needed. Family group therapy offers another source of support where loved ones become educated as well as develop the necessary skills to cope and identify their role in the individual's recovery process.
This program is for individuals who have tried recovery numerous times and have been unsuccessful. Suboxone, Vivitrol, Naltrexone, are some of the most common forms of medicated-assisted treatment; however Renew Family Services does use others. Individuals commit to attending groups and individual sessions as well as maintaining appointments with our board certified doctor. Groups are facilitated by individuals who are specialized in substance use disorders and will help the individuals understand medications, how to take they, how the addicted brain, and provide a forum for Q&A. Because our programs are individually developed according to the specific needs of the affected person regular reviews and updates are performed by our treatment team and any adjustments are made and agreed upon collectively.
Doctor appointments are only for those who are in our treatment/therapy programs. Our goal is to be able to offer a full continuum of care from the initial assessment and consultation through treatment and ongoing support for not only the individual but the family as well.
Renew Family Services assesses individuals and finds the appropriate facility to meet their substance use disorder needs. Family members and loved ones no longer have to search for an appropriate facility. We will begin the process to work with the family while the individual receives treatment. Each person can then begin their journey of healing and thereby gaining a foundation. If an intervention is necessary, call us to set up a free consultation.
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