While Bipolar disorder is not easy to live with, extensive research has been done on effective treatments for the condition. Various treatments are available for people with Bipolar disorder. In many instances, a combination of treatments (e.g., therapy, medication, and lifestyle) makes the most significant difference. However, finding the treatment plan that works best for you can take time. That is where our treatment programs come in. We offer the following programs or levels of care for clients experiencing substance use and mental health concerns.
The most intensive type of outpatient care are partial hospitalization programs (PHP). The PHP program at Prevail Recovery Center involves a variety of treatment activities and therapies to address both addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. New clients can anticipate attending treatment 6–8 hours per day, six days per week. Individual therapy, medication management, nutrition guidance, and regular groups are a few examples. PHP is an excellent alternative to residential treatment for those who need more supervision than intensive outpatient or regular outpatient therapy sessions can provide but do not need the level of supervision inpatient treatment provides.
The step down from partial hospitalization is intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Although many of the treatment strategies used with IOP clients are also used with PHP clients, our IOP clients attend treatment less frequently and for shorter periods of time each week. The best candidates for IOP are typically those who require more flexibility than PHP can offer, such as those who must work or go to school full-time while receiving treatment or those who have completed PHP and are prepared to transition to less intensive care but benefit from the structure IOP offers.
For those who have completed a higher level of care or do not require a treatment program as intensive as PHP or IOP, outpatient services are offered at Prevail Recovery Center. Our outpatient program is typically used as a step-down form of care intended to help clients maintain stability and asks for a very small time commitment. The ultimate objective of outpatient therapy is to offer assistance as you reintegrate into daily life.