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Partial Hospitalization Program

Selecting a treatment plan for substance abuse can be daunting. It can also be difficult to decide what level of care you need in order to most effectively begin recovery. If you or someone you know has fallen victim to a more severe case of addiction, our partial hospitalization program at Phoenix Rising could be your best option.

Partial hospitalization is the highest level of supervision aside from our inpatient program. It is perfectly suited for those who want to be separated from their everyday life while still exercising some freedom. Let our staff help you decide whether or not our partial hospitalization program could be helpful towards regaining your sobriety back.

How to Recognize Addiction

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Recognizing addiction is key to starting the recovery process. Realizing an addiction has occurred allows tough conversations to start. Although it is difficult to talk about, letting someone know that you or a loved one needs help is an important first step.

How do you know when addiction has happened, though? There are many signs that point towards a possible substance addiction. These signs can be both physical and behavioral.

Some physical signs of addiction can include:

  • Disheveled appearances like messy hair and dirty clothes
  • Bad breath or yellowed teeth
  • Bags under eyes
  • Glassy or red eyes
  • Sudden weight loss or weight gain
  • Slurred speech or poor movement control

Some behavioral signs of addiction can include:

  • Paranoia towards unrelated subjects
  • Lack of motivation or interest
  • Mood swings that change suddenly
  • Withdrawal from family and friends
  • Personality changes
  • Skipping school or work for no reason

When Use Becomes Abuse

Substance use becomes abuse when an individual is no longer able to control their cravings or actions towards the substance. Not everyone will become addicted to the substance they continuously use, but there is a high possibility that they can. Knowing when to reach out for help can be vital in whether a person loses their life.

Addiction is not something to try to fix on your own. If you believe you or someone you know has developed a substance addiction, our staff at Phoenix Rising is here to help. We will provide you the information, so you can begin the recovery process as soon as possible.

What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is very similar to a residential program. You receive treatment during the day and don’t return home each night. However, the living quarters and treatment center are in different locations. While we will handle the actual transportation for you, the distance means that you maintain more independence.

The level of trust you are given by living off-campus can be a great asset to those looking to rebuild discipline. In their downtime, clients are welcome to stay at our facility and participate in activities. They may also choose to go back to their sober living housing. Unlike an intensive outpatient program, those engaging in a PHP should stay and utilize our many activities. Treatment will usually last most of the day.

Deciding what you are ready for is an essential part of the recovery process. In order to get the most out of your time in rehab, you have to pay attention to what your mind and body are telling you. This includes monitoring when you are ready to move levels of treatment.

Our specialists at Phoenix Rising will continuously evaluate you in order to help you determine when you’re ready for our partial hospitalization program. This may be at the very start of your program, or it may come after you’ve gone through another treatment department.

Other Levels of Treatment Available

Although partial hospitalization is great for those seeking some freedom during the treatment process, it may not always be the best option. Because of this, we offer different options for every type of addiction at Phoenix Rising. Once evaluated, our medical professionals will work with you to figure out what level of treatment will best fit your needs.

Some of the other different treatment types we offer include:


Detoxification is normally the first part of rehab. Detoxification is known as the process that slowly cleanses an addict’s body of the substance they have become addicted to. We offer multiple different detoxes, including alcohol, heroin, opiate, and opioid. To begin the rest of the treatment, each patient’s body must be completely cleaned of any outstanding substances. This allows them to focus on maintaining sobriety throughout their recovery, as well as preventing possible relapse from happening after treatment is completed.

Residential Treatment

partial hospitalization program to help with mental health, behavioral health using behavioral therapy, and medication management. Our treatment team will implement a treatment program that best meets your needs.

Residential, or inpatient, treatment is the most intensive type of treatment offered. This type of treatment includes many different types of therapies, and all patients are monitored 24/7 by our staff. We usually recommend this treatment to those who have severe types of addiction or who cannot live at home while going through treatment. By giving our patients constant care and a place to live, they are able to relearn important skills and avoid the temptation in the outside world.

Intensive Outpatient

This is the middle ground between our inpatient and outpatient programs. There are two types of IOP programs our patients can choose from. The first is a day program that meets three to five times a week for a couple of hours during the day. The other is held in our sober living facilities. Our sober living houses allow patients to be monitored closely by staff but have the freedom to go where they please.

Outpatient Treatment

Our regular outpatient programs allow our clients to keep somewhat of anormal schedule while attending rehab. They are able to attend school and work while scheduling their treatments and therapies around outside activities. This type of therapy is only effective after completing our residential program or if a patient needs to continue to work to support their family.

Long-Term Rehab

This type of rehab is offered to those who need longer than the standard 30 to 90 days to complete their treatment process. Although it’s not as common, there is still a need. We understand that habits are hard to break. A longer rehab stay could prevent someone from relapsing or overdosing on the substance they have abused for so long.

Aftercare Programs

Once our patients graduate from rehab at Phoenix Rising, they have the option to continue therapy. This is through our aftercare placement program. Our staff provides a list of resources for group meetings and programs in each patients’ area. We are also able to help them find a job if they have no source of income after they complete treatment.

What Makes Phoenix Rising Special?

Phoenix Rising provides the best partial hospitalization program, Palm Springs, CA has to offer. Some of our programs, amenities, and features that set us apart from others are:

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    Campus: We are located on a secluded and serene ranch in Palm Springs. Addiction feeds off routine and patterns. Our facility’s sense of seclusion and peacefulness help you break away from those patterns. Because we’re located on a ranch, we also offer equine therapy, which can prove tremendously healing.

  • Physical Activities: We believe fitness and general physical health is an essential part of recovery. We offer a pool, jacuzzi, and an in-house gym to accomplish this goal. You will be able to work out, swim, or learn yoga.
  • Holistic Healing: At Phoenix Rising, we believe in holistic treatment over medication-assisted treatment. Our goal is to help heal your mind, body, and spirit by finding and maintaining balance. We accomplish this through a number of methods, some of which are unorthodox. Our staff teaches meditation and provides music and art therapy. In addition, we offer psychodrama treatment, which utilizes dramatic action and role theory and sociometry to help bring you clarity and insight.
  • Dual Diagnosis: Addiction rarely occurs in a vacuum and should therefore not be treated as such. Dual diagnosis is the practice of identifying any other co-occurring mental illnesses. Anxiety, depression, and trauma can all have disturbingly synergistic relationships with addiction. Addressing the underlying issues is the key to long-lasting recovery.
  • Understanding Staff: Our staff understands your struggle because many of them have been where you are now. The result is that the care they provide you with will be laced with a level of compassion and understanding that is mostly unparalleled.

Begin the Recovery Journey with Phoenix Rising

Partial hospitalization is a great option to consider when looking to receive help for your addiction. Phoenix Rising has the best partial hospitalization program Palm Springs, CA has to offer. In addition to PHP, we provide a number of other services at all stages of the recovery process. Some of these include our medical detoxification, intensive outpatient, residential, and aftercare programs. We believe any level of our treatment programs will be more than enough to help you overcome your substance addiction.

To learn more about a partial hospitalization program, contact us at Phoenix Rising today! Don’t wait any longer to get the help you deserve. Your journey to recovery can begin at any moment. The only thing holding you back is you.