Day treatment, also known as “partial hospitalization,” is a level of care between outpatient, such as a therapist’s office, and inpatient, such as a hospital or residential facility. Youth ages 12-17 and their families engage in an intensive therapeutic setting and seek to make progress with emotional and behavioral stability, family conflict, self-harm behaviors, academic failure and interpersonal problems due to emotional health challenges.
This is a less intensive approach than hospitalization or day treatment. It may be appropriate for youth ages 14-17 who need more than weekly sessions with their outpatient therapist or who are stepping down from a day treatment, inpatient or residential program.
Your adolescent may be appropriate for one of our programs if they: