We offer two day programs at HopeWay, Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP). These different levels of care offer treatment options for those not needing residential treatment, or for those who need a step-down after our Residential (RTC) program. During the admissions process, our clinical team will assess the appropriate level of care for every new client.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
6 hours/day Monday - Friday. 9 am - 4 pm
(includes 1 hr. lunch)
Clients attend 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. Group topics may include:
- Health Promotion
- Healthy Relationships
- Managing Anxiety
- Relapse Prevention
- Substance Abuse
The treatment model includes many evidence-based psycho-educational skills and process groups using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and a wide variety of integrative therapies including art, music, recreation, horticulture, health and wellness, and spiritual care.
For a look at an example PHP schedule, click HERE.
"I enjoyed the individual therapy, but also the group therapy and getting different viewpoints and feedback." - Robert
"I am very grateful to have been able to participate in this program; it's been a huge help and instrumental in my recovery."
All clients are paired with an individual psychiatrist who follows them through treatment. PHP clients also have one-on-one sessions with a primary therapist each week. Our staff intentionally works with existing therapeutic relationships between clients and their established provider in their community to better facility successful treatment while at HopeWay and after discharge.
One of the major differences between PHP and residential treatment are the additional groups and support received during the evening and weekend hours. One of the major differences between PHP and IOP are the number of group sessions received during the day.
of adults in North Carolina struggle with mental health problems annually(Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
"I loved my time at Hopeway and am extremely grateful for everything that I learned."