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“I knew Stephen needed inpatient rehab, but I was worried he would not stay and complete the program. BoardPrep turned out to be just the right fit. They connected with him. He completed the program and is doing well. I would say that the period of time he was inpatient helped him break the cycle and helped him decide to stop drinking for himself. And it gave me time to relax and focus on my recovery. BoardPrep’s family program and the family counseling we did before he came home put us on the same page for the future. But it was his commitment to continued recovery, that he got while he was in inpatient treatment, that gave us that future back.”
What is PHP With Housing for Adults?
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) housing for adults offers the structure and support of traditional inpatient rehab but occurs in a more comfortable home-like environment. Unfortunately, harsh and overly-restrictive institutional settings are familiar with inpatient rehabs and can lead to short lengths of stay and poor outcomes. Alternatively, BoardPrep’s relaxed and engaging approach improves the willingness to engage in treatment and leads to better results.
BoardPrep structures recovery with best-practice elements such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), twelve-step facilitation (TSF), and a trauma-informed approach. Advanced treatments, such as EMDR and TMS therapy, are also available during PHP with housing, as needed. The housing component offers a safe respite, as well as additional support and structure between therapy sessions. BoardPrep offers ample personal space as well as opportunities for socializing in a well-appointed home in an attractive area with excellent amenities at our addiction treatment center. Evening meals and support group meetings create a strong sense of shared experience among residents. Weekend activities provide opportunities to develop and safely practice relapse prevention skills, as well as recover-based social skills.
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Recommended lengths of stay at BoardPrep are individualized, based on goals-achieved and overall readiness to continue recovery at home or in an outpatient setting. BoardPrep’s research has shown that “cookie-cutter” or “one-size-fits-all” approaches can do more harm than good. Personalized recovery at BoardPrep is more engaging, and therefore residents are more likely to complete treatment goals and safely transition to aftercare when they are ready.
Taking the time to understand and ask the right questions when choosing a treatment center is very wise. Treatment is a big commitment, not only for the patient but also for the entire family. Making the right decision for treatment and understanding your options can come through conversations with a knowledgeable professional at BoardPrep. Whether or not you ultimately choose BoardPrep, our professionals are happy to help you understand the types of treatments that are available and help you weigh the pros and cons of different approaches. Talk to a BoardPrep Recovery professional today to share your story and find out if BoardPrep’s outpatient drug rehab for adults is right for you or your loved one.
“My wife really wanted me to go to inpatient rehab. I tried stopping on my own but kept breaking promises and putting everything at risk. I would quit for weeks at a time but kept going back to it. I told her I would go to counseling but never did. Things got worse and worse. I saw that I was unable to truly quit without treatment. It was not easy, but going inpatient turned out to be the best decision I ever made. BoardPrep’s PHP with housing program allowed me to focus on getting well, away from the stress. I learned how to focus on putting recovery first. Inpatient treatment taught me that I would lose anything I put in front of my recovery. I credit BoardPrep and my inpatient rehab experience with giving me the foundation and momentum that I needed to stay on the path of recovery, one day at a time.”