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Skokie Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

At Behavioral Services Center our Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), are an effective way of continuing treatment after a complete hospitalization or avoid hospitalizations. It can also be a powerful and effective option for those not able to commit fully to inpatient rehab or treatment. Here at Behavioral Service Center we can help you determine if a Partial Hospitalization Program is the right program for you, and are here to guide you through the process from beginning to end. 

You may have heard about different treatment programs and have wondered if they can help you or your loved one. PHP stands for “partial hospitalization program”. At Behavioral Services Center, this level of care provides day treatment services. Treatment for substance abuse disorders, and other co-occurring mental health issues, is delivered at varying levels of care. This setting allows our clients to participate in treatment throughout the day while living independently and keeping their day to day lives intact.

Partial Hospitalization Programs are meant for individuals who will be best treated through the use of structured treatment plans within our program, but do not require 24-hour supervision.

At the Behavioral Services Center we understand that there is no single treatment strategy that will be appropriate for everyone.

Treatment plans at our center are designed through both client and counselor feedback. Each treatment plan is designed for a specific patient in mind and provides unique benefits to those who are recovering from addiction. All patients are assessed throughout the recovery process and their unique treatment plans are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual in treatment. Our Partial Hospitalization Program is for individuals who can still safely manage in a home living environment. 

If this sounds like a good fit for you or a loved one, please contact us to begin treatment with the Behavioral Services Center. We look forward to your call.

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