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Referring Clients

HopeWay welcomes self and family referrals, as well as referrals from mental health organizations, providers, hospitals, and/or the community. Applicants seeking admission to HopeWay, must be 18 years of age or older, and have a primary mental health diagnosis.

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Day Treatment

The partial day programs at HopeWay (PHP and IOP) offer treatment options for those not needing residential care or those who need a step-down after Residential Treatment. During the admissions process, our clinical team will assess the appropriate level of recommended care for every new client.

HopeWay offers two different types of Day Treatment programs:

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

6 Hours/day Monday – Friday. 9am – 4pm (includes 1 hr. lunch)

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

3 Hours/day Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 9am – 12pm

The adjunctive therapies available to clients participating in the residential program will also be available to clients in the day treatment program. This holistic approach is designed to encourage engagement, practice life skills, and reclaim one’s life.

Day Treatment program clients have the opportunity for one-on-one sessions with psychiatrists and therapists.

Our psychiatrists will work with clients to develop the optimal medication regime for mental and physical wellness.

Clients will also attend daily group sessions with peers and participate in classroom-style educational sessions to learn coping strategies and effective tools for continuing on the path to recovery.

1 in 5

adults will experience mental illness in a given year.