Finding the right balance in many aspects of life is a common desire, and this also holds true for the right level of care. Sometimes outpatient treatment is not enough, but inpatient hospitalization is too much. That’s why CHI Health provides a just-right level of care through the Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults, ages 18-54, which is located on the CHI Health Immanuel campus.
The Adult Partial Program provides intensive support and daily focused treatment that helps each person become successful and happy in their lives, but does not require 24-hour supervision.
Adult Partial Program Details
The Adult Partial Hospitalization program is a five-day-a-week program, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The patient, family/guardian and staff work together to develop an individual treatment plan. The program includes:
- Evaluation and assessment
- Medication supervision and education
- Psychoeducation Groups\Study Hall
- Group Therapy
- Recreational Therapy
Patients are first oriented to program rules and expectations. A therapist will be assigned and will schedule a family therapy session within the first week of admission. The therapist will schedule individual meetings with the patient at least two times per week. The treatment team includes:
- Care Managers
- Recreational Therapist
- Mental Health Technicians
When the patient has met treatment goals and no longer needs the Partial level of care, follow-up outpatient care will be arranged.
Partial Hospitalization is appropriate for patients with:
- Persistent feelings of sadness or anger
- Social withdrawal\isolation
- Agitation or restlessness
- Loss of energy and motivation
- Sleeping and eating disturbances
- Difficulties with behavioral medical regimen
- Unsuccessful previous outpatient behavioral treatment
- Anxiety disorders
Our services are sensitive to the multiple needs of our patients, including the use of trauma-informed approaches to treatment.
Assessment will determine the appropriateness of this level of care. Admission date will be given if patient meets admission criteria. Call (402) 572-3270 to schedule an assessment.