Intensive Outpatient Treatment / Partial Hospitalization
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Planned, structured, service provision of at least 3 hours per day; minimum of 9 hours per week; 3 days per week designed to address a mental or substance related disorder. Services provided could include: group, individual and family psychotherapy; psycho-educational services and adjunctive services such as medical monitoring and nutrition. Intensive Outpatient services are more intensive than traditional outpatient services but less intensive than partial hospitalization.Some examples of Intensive Outpatient Treatment are:
Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Services provided to individuals with eating disorders who function well during the day but may need structure and support during evening hours. Services provided include: participation in nutrition and therapy sessions, individual therapy and family therapy, weekly needs assessment, and education. Individuals must meet DSM-IV criteria for an eating disorder and their functioning level must meet the medical necessity criteria to quality for Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient level of care.
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Treatment
A concentrated, nonresidential program of individual and group therapy, education, and activities for detoxified individuals and their families.The treatment is characterized primarily by a group approach, which has diadactic and process components. A critical component is focus on relapse prevention. Individuals must meet DSM-IV criteria for a substance abuse disorder in order to qualify for SA-IOP. The individual must meet ASAM guidelines for level 11.1 level of care.
The same intensity as inpatient hospitalization (including medical and nursing) except the individual is in the program less than 24-hours. Programming is between 4-8 hours per day, at least 3 days per week.
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is an intensive outpatient treatment that provides less than 24 hours of daily care that is designed to provide individualized and attentive treatment program that is not typically provided in a regular outpatient setting for those suffering with serious mental illness, eating disorder and/or substance abuse. Partial hospitalization provides individual and group psychotherapy, social and vocational rehabilitation, occupational therapy, assistance with educational needs, and other services to help patients maintain their abilities to function at home, at work, and in social circles. The patient returns home on nights and weekends. The individual must meet the medical necessity criteria for partial hospitalization level of care.
If you would like to request Intensive Outpatient Services (for other than Substance Abuse), please use this Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Form.
If you would like to request Intensive Outpatient Services for Substance Abuse, please use this Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Form.
If you would like to request Partial Hospitalization Services (for other than Substance Abuse), please use this Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Form.
If you would like to request Partial Hospitalization Services for Substance Abuse, please use this Substance Abuse Partial Hospitalization Form.