Please contact us if you feel our Full Day Adult Program might be a good fit for you, Adult PHP
PHP/Day program is currently offered 5 days a week for dual-diagnosis treatment. Treating substance use disorders, eating disorders, mood disorders and related trauma in an integrated way.
We offer PHP, Monday through Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm at all SCH locations, Northbrook, Naperville, Chicago (Lincoln Park)
Please contact us to determine if our program would be a good fit for you, Call or email us here.
Partial Hospitalization or Day Treatment Program provides stabilization for patients with more severe symptoms yet who fall below the threshold of requiring inpatient 24-hour support. While our PHP program offers some of the intensity and structure of a residential treatment during daytime hours, we provide additional opportunities to practice recovery outside of the controlled treatment environment during evenings at home or in peer supported apartment communities. Our PHP operates 5 days per week, 7 hours per day, Monday through Friday. Because every patient is unique, the recommended length of stay in PHP depends on each person’s clinical circumstances.
This bio-psycho-social-spiritual treatment program uses evidenced based-treatment including dialectic behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness practices, and twelve step facilitation to help patients develop coping skills. Our integrative program is designed to coordinate treatment across disorders in order to eliminate the need for patients having to choose which of their disorders deserves priority in terms of treatment. The disruption this type of “tracked” approach creates for the patient in their recovery, is eliminated by our cohesive approach which puts the patient at the center of their treatment.
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Dr. Marcia Nickow, PSY.D., CADC, CGP, Organizational and Senior Clinical Adviser at SunCloud Health, discusses why SunCloud’s treatment model places a lot of emphasis on process groups and what it indicated about its participants.