Structured Programming for Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment

Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP) from Real Recovery Clinical Services provides direct, structured support for young adult males with primary substance and/or primary mental health treatment. At Real Recovery Clinical Services, we have dedicated, individualized tracks for both primary substance use and primary mental health while still offering combined groups to foster community and to support clients in learning recovery skills through acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT).

Is Partial Hospitalization Programming Right for Me?

Our PHP is right for individuals who have:

  • misused substances
  • struggled with recent, active addiction
  • experienced a recent mental health crisis
  • experienced difficulty with day-to-day challenges

Real Recovery Clinical Services offers a structured, five-day-a-week program to provide support and stabilization. Partial hospitalization programming provides 30 hours a week of direct contact. Stability and coping with day-to-day challenges are key achievements at the PHP level. Instead of attending work or school, clients will focus on treatment goals, such as maintaining their overall recovery, expanding their recovery support network and learning skills to sustain recovery efforts.

What Can I Expect From PHP Treatment?

Real Recovery Clinical Services offers daily group therapy with breakout sessions for addiction or mental health wellness foundations. Our mental health and addiction tracks meet for combined groups to focus on experiential avoidance, mindfulness and skills building. In the combined groups, we support recognizing similarities rather than differences regarding the human experience and ways experiential avoidance results in the development of addiction and/or mental health issues based on the transdiagnostic approach of acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT).

  • WRAP® (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) planning
  • Weekly recreational therapy, where clients participate in healthy prosocial activities to support psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being.

  • Bi-weekly equine-assisted therapy, where clients work with horses in an experiential manner under the guide of a licensed mental health professional

  • Bi-weekly music therapy, where use of music interventions are applied to reduce stress, improve mood and self-expression

  • Weekly yoga

  • Guided meditation groups

  • Communicable disease education provided onsite by WNCAP prevention educators

  • Life skills focused on creating a schedule, development of a routine, budgeting, personal responsibility, planning ahead/decision making, guidance and support with the development of interpersonal and collaboration skills

  • Weekly individual therapy

  • Routine family updates and therapy as appropriate