Adult Outpatient Programs

The adult inpatient unit provides intensive therapeutic care for a wide range of psychiatric disorders, including those that may co-occur with substance abuse.

Our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program

Adult PHP provides therapeutic care that is less restrictive than inpatient care but more intensive than outpatient care. It can serve as an effective step-down for individuals leaving an inpatient program. Overseen by our multidisciplinary staff, the program offers individualized care as a day treatment option.

Our Adult Intensive Outpatient Program

Adult IOP provides group therapy for patients who require more than weekly therapy and those transitioning from a more intensive program to an outpatient mental health program. It provides treatment for patients who may struggle with a wide range of psychiatric disorders with or without co-occurring substance abuse.

When Are the Outpatient Programs?

Adult Partial Hospitalization is offered 5 days a week:

Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Adult IOP is offered 5 days a week:

Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Adult Virtual Intensive Outpatient is offered three days per week:

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Adult Group Therapy Registration

Groups meet once a week at our Outpatient Building (D) on campus for six-week sessions. Visit the registration links for additional details about each group.

Anger Management: In this six-week Anger Management group, we will help you develop skills to take your control back. You can’t avoid or remove all things or people that may upset you, and you cannot change them. What you can do is learn to control your thoughts and actions. To learn more and register, click here.

Grief and Loss: Find help and healing in the hurt. In this six-week Grief and Loss group, we assist those going through the grief and bereavement journey to gain comfort, encouragement and support. Individuals learn to navigate a new normal while celebrating the life of those lost. To learn more and register, click here.

Chemical Dependency: You are not alone. In this six-week group, individuals focus on long-term sobriety and recovery from drugs and alcohol. Groups are designed to provide a supportive space for people who have faced similar challenges or experiences. In the group, people can share their stories, receive encouragement, and hear about ways to manage their recovery. We focus on identifying triggers, coping skills and creating relapse prevention strategies. To learn more and register, click here.

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