With a staff of experienced and compassionate professionals, Harmony Hills in Altoona, Florida, has forged a reputation for clinical excellence through our commitment to an integrative and multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation. Our curriculum is a unique combination of proven psychotherapeutic modalities, interpersonal process groups, and modern holism, ensuring that each of our patients benefits from a highly customizable and individualized recovery experience. And with our partial hospitalization program, patients will benefit from a world-class experience in the Harmony Hills partial hospitalization program.
PHP at Harmony Hills
At Harmony Hills in Altoona, Florida, we approach the treatment of addiction in an integrative manner; rather than taking a more localized and narrow approach like many other substance abuse treatment centers, Harmony Hills incorporates the latest scientific evidence and proven treatment modalities alongside elements of holism and spiritualism, resulting in a comprehensive and inclusive program capable of helping patients return to states of physical, psychological, social, and spiritual well-being.
One of the biggest contributors to our success is our commitment to treating patients on an individual basis. Instead of requiring patients to conform to a single curriculum, we have designed a broad and encompassing program that allows us to work with in partnership with our patients, ensuring that each gets a very unique and highly individualized program tailored to unique needs and preferences. Additionally, the programs available at Harmony Hills are dynamic and ever-changing because they’re based on the most up-to-date evidence and scientific techniques. This dynamic relationship between addiction treatment and science ensures that our patients have the best possible opportunity to achieve comprehensive health and lasting wellness.
What is a Partial Hospitalization Program?
Many of us are familiar with the concepts of inpatient and outpatient care, but it would be misleading to say that inpatient and outpatient are the only types of care that exist. In reality, there are actually several types of treatment that exist in-between inpatient and outpatient care. It’s helpful to think of addiction treatment as existing on a spectrum with inpatient treatment on one end and outpatient care on the other. As you may know, inpatient care is a residential-style program wherein patients are provided with temporary residential accommodations in which to stay for the duration of the program. By comparison, outpatient treatment is a style of care wherein patients continue to live at home while commuting to treatment on predetermined days. Beyond the two sides of the spectrum, there are actually several effective forms of treatment that exist in-between.
While addiction treatment may have historically been inflexible, many individuals today require a level of flexibility. In fact, not everyone who suffers from a substance abuse problem is able to complete inpatient treatment; however, those who are unable to complete inpatient treatment don’t usually want to have to sacrifice the quality of their addiction treatment. In such instances, something like a partial hospitalization program would be an ideal solution.
Partial hospitalization treatment is the most intensive form of outpatient care. Although there’s some variation from patient to patient, most individuals in partial hospitalization programs will participate in treatment five days per week, which shows just how similar the intensity of a partial hospitalization program can be to a traditional inpatient program. However, much as Harmony Hills offers residential accommodations to individuals in inpatient care, patients participating in our partial hospitalization program will also have access to residential accommodations. Of course, residing on-site isn’t a requirement for partial hospitalization treatment, but rather a resource we provide that patients can take advantage of if they choose.
Clinical Excellence and an Integrative Approach to Treatment
While developing our approach to treating addiction, we based the design of our programs on real-time data and research. Over the course of this journey, we learned that the most effective way to treat addiction is with a multidisciplinary and highly customizable recovery experience. As such, we have incorporated many of the most tried-and-true treatment methods into our partial hospitalization program, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) Therapy, and numerous other modalities that yield real results.
But we offer more than just the latest science. In addition to cutting-edge psychotherapy, Harmony Hills in Altoona, Florida, offers a blend of complementary, alternative, and holistic therapies. In particular, we encourage patients to take advantage of our harm-reduction strategies, peer recovery support services, wellness recovery action planning, sound therapy, arts therapy, equine therapy, and numerous other supplemental and recreational activities. In short, patients in our partial hospitalization program have access to a wide range of therapies, treatments, and services with which to personalize their recovery experiences, allowing them to regain their health and thrive upon returning to their home communities.
The Harmony Hills Partial Hospitalization Program
For prospective patients, the first step to joining our partial hospitalization program is to contact us for a consultation and initial assessment. Referencing a patient’s unique needs and insurance criteria, he or she will be placed at the most appropriate level of care as defined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine during the initial consultation. At this point, treatment can commence and the patient can progress through each phase on the continuum of care.
If you would like to learn more about our partial hospitalization program, or for information about one of our other programs, call Harmony Hills at 855-49-HILLS.