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Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment involves a team of providers, typically a therapist, dietitian, and psychiatrist, medical doctor, or others, working with the individual in their recovery process. This treatment option is typically the most flexible, allowing the individual to engage in school, work, and other aspects of life without a significant disturbance.

IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)

In an Intensive Outpatient Program, the individual engages in a therapy program and usually meets with a team of providers - therapist, dietitian, psychiatrist, and/or medical doctor. The team of medical and mental health professionals assesses the individual's time in the program. Those in the program are able to function at home and is medically and mentally stable.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Partial Hospitalization Program is a structured program for individuals recovering. Patients engage in group and individual sessions typically daily, and go home in the evenings. This is a supportive environment for recovering individuals to either transition home from a higher level of care, or receive intensive support while living at home.

Residential Treatment 

Residential treatment provides 24 hour care for recovering individuals, sometimes in a home setting. Individuals have medical and psychiatric care, as well as intensive therapy. In a residential program, individuals engage in group therapy with other patients in the treatment facility, and there are often many varieties of therapy offered.  

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