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Partial Hospitalization Program in Georgia

Learn more about Aspire Treatment Solutions’ partial hospitalization program in Georgia, in Peachtree Corners, and how our team can help you on your journey to recovery.



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What Exactly is Partial Hospitalization?

Before you can decide about treatment for your addiction, you should know what all of your options are. Once you start to do some research, you will read or hear terms like partial hospitalization, inpatient, intensive outpatient program, traditional outpatient, aftercare, sober living, and more. Many of these terms delineate how much time you will spend in treatment, but treatment is about much more than time. Everyone has a unique addiction story and that story will impact your recovery. Partial hospitalizations programs or PHPs are similar to inpatient programs in terms of the level of treatment and the treatment modalities available. However, you are not required to live at a facility to attend a PHP.  PHPs are more intensive than IOPS or Intensive Outpatient Programs. 

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) are the middlemen of treatment levels. Most treatment plans that begin with attendance at a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or intensive outpatient program in Atlanta include continuing treatment through our more traditional outpatient program to enhance your recovery success. Our Partial Hospitalization Program in Georgia is here to provide you with treatment that offers you the structure you need with integrated treatment approaches.

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What's the Difference Between Inpatient & Partial Hospitalization?

Residential or inpatient treatment is treatment that requires you to live at the rehab facility while you receive treatment. You remain at the facility for the treatment duration, which can last thirty to ninety days or longer, depending on the treatment plan. The treatment length will be determined based on many factors, including the substances you’ve used and any co-occurring mental health disorders. The resources you have available to pay for treatment and your ability to be away from home will also likely impact whether residential treatment would be appropriate. Many who opt for residential treatment will often travel to a different geographical area to remove themselves entirely from their current situation. However, if you do not wish to or cannot leave home, partial hospitalization offers an inpatient treatment structure without the travel. Over time, evidence has shown that partial hospitalization programs are as effective in treating addiction as residential treatment programs.  

Our Partial Hospitalization Program in Georgia enables you to go to treatment multiple days each week and return home each evening. Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) offer treatment options and modalities similar to those found in an inpatient program, but offer a more significant structure than an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Just like inpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs vary in length. Your treatment plan will specify the length of time you will attend a partial hospitalization program. Suppose you’re looking for treatment that allows you to return home each night and remain a part of your family. In that case, a partial hospitalization program offers the perfect opportunity to begin your recovery journey. Rather than spending your days figuring out how to hide your drug use, you can go to treatment during the day and be present for your loved ones at night. 

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Our Georgia Partial Hospitalization Program

If you live here in Georgia, our PHP in Atlanta is ideal for you to take the first steps on your path to recovery. We take a holistic approach and blend multiple treatment modalities to create health and wellness in your recovery. We know it’s probably been a while since you have physically felt good, and we want to help change that. We’ll focus on healing your body with nutrition, movement, and meditation. We’ll also begin the vital work of healing the wounds that may have led you to addiction and the ones formed during your addiction. Our programs include Adventure-Based Counseling, Family Recovery, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Trauma Intervention, and more. Early recovery is about healing the past while you build your future. 

Doing this work close to home means you can start being present in your life and the lives of your loved ones. It positions you to attend treatment during the day and still help your kids with their homework at night. Early sobriety can be quite challenging, but attending a partial hospitalization program offers you the opportunity to work through your life stressors while in treatment. You can bring the events and emotions of the night before into treatment the next day. During those first days and weeks, you can feel raw. Every word and every look from a member of your family can feel like an accusation. You may feel like you’re never going to prove to them that you’re serious about this sobriety thing, but you may not know how to talk to them about these feelings. We’re here to help with that and more. The time you spend in a partial hospitalization program is a gift to your future sober self and family. 

Maybe your relationship with your loved ones is strained, or your living situation is intertwined with your using. In those cases, you may find that living at home while attending our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is not the best decision. Because we know that staying at home isn’t always the best way to support your recovery, Aspire Treatment Solutions maintains a relationship with sober living homes in the area. Living in a sober living house and attending treatment simultaneously can be the perfect combination as you pave your road to sobriety. Most sober houses help residents develop by requiring that they participate in the house by doing chores or contributing financially. By completing tasks and contributing to the house’s day-to-day life, you will acquire skills to serve you in your sobriety. Many who have spent years in active addiction have lost touch with everyday life skills like cleaning, running a home, or engaging in self-care. Pairing sober living and our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) enables you to build habits in all of these areas and more. This blending will also allow you to create a support network that will likely last long beyond the end of treatment. Active addiction is an isolated, lonely place to live. Treatment allows you to start building community and developing connections with others who are committed to their sobriety. 


Find Recovery at ATS's Partial Hospitalization Program in Georgia

Wherever your addiction took you, we’re here to help you pave a new road that takes you out. The licensed physicians and clinicians at our drug rehab in Atlanta will give you a roadmap that lights the way out of your addiction and into a new life in recovery. We know how to help you connect with your recovery because we understand addiction. Our compassionate and experienced staff are here to partner with you. We will match you with our evidence-based treatment offerings by creating an individualized treatment plan that meets you where you are and takes you where you want to go.  Whether you choose to begin with our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), we are here to support you when you decide that it’s time to get help. We’ll be at your side from detox through outpatient counseling, helping you heal and build long-term, lasting sobriety. Your recovery is waiting for you. Contact us today to get started. 

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