Partial hospitalization can give you more freedom and self-direction than an inpatient program, with more supervision and medical monitoring than an outpatient program.

PHP at the Orlando Recovery Center

Our partial hospitalization program, or PHP, is an intermediary step between intensive residential or inpatient addiction treatment and outpatient drug rehab. 

Partial hospitalization can give you more freedom and self-direction than a full-time residential treatment program, with more supervision and medical monitoring than an outpatient program.

Some of the benefits of PHP for addiction treatment include:

  • A structured, supervised environment with medical support
  • More freedom and time during the day for recreational therapy, fitness activities and more
  • Access to a full range of recovery services while in treatment

What Services are Provided in PHP?

Partial hospitalization is an intensive level of care and may offer the following services:

  • Comprehensive testing and evaluation
  • Individual therapy
  • Support groups
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Family counseling
  • Introduction to 12-step principles
  • Medication management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Case management
  • Sober living accommodations

Additional support may be provided for clients preparing for the aftercare phase of recovery, such as vocational counseling, job placement, education assistance, and legal assistance. In PHP, the emphasis is on helping clients advance their recovery to the next level by assuming more responsibility and acquiring new coping strategies. With this goal in mind, case managers begin anticipating the client’s discharge needs as soon as they enter treatment.


Our recovery advocates are available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have and connect you to the resources you need.

*All calls are 100% confidential.

Who Is PHP Appropriate For?

A PHP can be the right solution for those who are stepping down from an inpatient addiction treatment program. 

It can also be a starting point if the intensive monitoring or highly structured routine of inpatient care is no longer required. To qualify for a PHP, you should be medically and psychologically stable enough to maintain a certain level of independence in your private life. Patients with a strong personal support system consisting of family, friends, and professionals tend to have good outcomes from partial hospitalization. 

Our PHP is also appropriate for patients with co-occurring disorders or when substance abuse is combined with mental health conditions.

PHP Near You in Orlando

Patients in our PHP program receive treatment from a multidisciplinary team of medical and mental health professionals. The team at the Orlando Recovery Center is dedicated to empowering our PHP patients to move forward to the next stage in the recovery process by supporting them through each step of their treatment plan.

To make partial hospitalization programs accessible to as wide a demographic as possible, we accept most major types of insurance, including policies with limited benefits that cover only PHPs or outpatient treatment. For more information about our programs, facilities, and other services, contact our intake specialists today.

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