Staying sober can be a lifelong challenge if you do not have the right tools to help you along the way. The right addiction treatment program can help give you those tools, and there are other treatment options available to help you once you complete an inpatient treatment program. When you are ready to transition from an inpatient treatment program or are struggling with staying sober on your own, a partial hospitalization program can help you stay sober.
At Sophros Recovery in Jacksonville, we believe in treating the whole person with our four-step approach in helping you on your road to a sober life. Our programs use a mindfulness approach in your recovery as we feel this is the best way to prevent a relapse. Call 904.760.4295 today to speak with one of our caring therapists to schedule an appointment.
What is a Partial Hospitalization Program, and How Can it Help in Your Recovery?
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a supervised treatment program for those ready to get back to their lives and still want the support of an inpatient treatment program yet live at home.
Many treatment centers only focus on your immediate needs and do not worry about what happens after you complete their program. And outpatient centers do not have the structure that some need after finishing their addiction treatment program. Meetings are not required, and if you miss one, there are no repercussions, leading to a higher risk of relapse.
A partial hospitalization program has an inpatient treatment program structure, but you go home each night at the end of your treatment. Some programs that will help you in your recovery include:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Medication-assisted therapy (if applicable)
- Case Management
- 12-month alumni support
At Sophros Recovery, we are here to help Jacksonville area residents and military families with the support they need to recover from addiction or substance use disorders. We offer support for all 12-step programs, from AA to SMART Recovery, as we believe not all of our clients can benefit from a one-size-fits-all type of program, and our goal is to help everyone who needs help with their recovery.
What to do After You Have Completed Your Inpatient Treatment Program and You Still Need Help?
You do your best to remove old triggers from your personal life, and you do everything you learned in your inpatient treatment program, but you will still have days where you struggle to stay sober. When those days become too much, and you feel yourself slipping, a partial hospitalization program can help you regain your sobriety.
Many people will complete an addiction treatment program once and think that is enough. They are strong enough on their own and don’t need to attend any meetings or follow-up care. Before they realize it, they have fallen back on old habits and can no longer maintain a sober life.
A partial hospitalization program is not suitable for everyone, and it depends on several factors, including your mental stability:
- You must be medically stable and do not have suicidal or harmful thoughts.
- A family support system in place can help you at home.
- You are motivated in your recovery and want to return to a sober life.
If you are struggling with a relapse, you are not alone. The help you need is available and can help you get back on track toward your recovery. Don’t let the shame of addiction keep you from getting the help you need.
Let Sophros Recovery Help with Your Recovery Needs
If you or a loved one can benefit from a partial hospitalization program, we at Sophros Recovery want to help you regain control of your life and stay on target toward sobriety. We use a “whole person” approach toward your wellness that includes mindfulness techniques proven to have beneficial effects for those working on their recovery.
If you or a loved one is struggling with their recovery after attending an inpatient treatment program, please call 904.760.4295 today to speak with one of our compassionate therapists to schedule an appointment.