A partial hospitalization program, or PHP, is ideal if you’re looking for help with addiction for the first time. However, it can also be helpful if you’re looking for extra support in your recovery to avoid relapse. It’s not easy for many people to remove themselves from their everyday life to enter inpatient residential treatment. This is why the flexibility of a PHP works well for so many women seeking treatment. Our PHP in Maine is designed to give you structure, accountability, and the care that you need in your recovery – in a way that works with the demands of your everyday life. Our professionally trained team of addiction specialists will make sure you leave treatment with the skills and strategies to avoid a relapse and achieve lifelong recovery.
Treating SUD and Eating Disorders
At Crossroads, we offer a dual diagnosis treatment center that specializes in programs for individuals dealing with a substance use disorder and an eating disorder. Dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders treatment at Crossroads provides women with the comprehensive care they need to manage both substance use and mental health disorders. These co-occurring disorders can make achieving and maintaining recovery more difficult because they are so interrelated. So, treating both disorders together allows clients to understand better the impact that each condition has on the other and their overall well-being.
The treatment team at Crossroads is well-versed in treating co-occurring disorders and supporting women in developing a recovery plan that works best for their situations. No two people experience addiction or mental illness the same way, so personalized care is essential.
In addition to a PHP, Crossroads’ addiction treatment programs include:
- The only residential program for children and mothers in the state of Maine
- The Back Cove Women’s Residential Program
- Co-occurring eating disorder and addiction treatment programs
- Gender-responsive treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
PHP for Women in Maine
What’s great about a PHP is that your days are spent in treatment, and evenings are spent at home so you can balance your everyday life with getting the treatment you need. Overcoming a substance use disorder or mental health condition on your own is not easy. Addiction can lead to psychological and physical dependence, which requires medical supervision to treat effectively. Crossroads can provide the support, tools, and guidance you need to recover fully and get your life back on track.
Benefits of a PHP for Women include:
- PHPs are more affordable than residential treatment programs.
- It can increase your chances of achieving long-term sobriety versus trying to do it on your own.
- A PHP can provide you with a support network as part of treatment while encouraging you to develop a support network outside of treatment as well.
- You receive the same level of treatment you receive in a residential program.
- You’ll have the freedom to leave treatment each day to go home.
- You can more easily balance your responsibilities at home, work, or school.
Find Out More About the PHP at Crossroads
A residential stay in an inpatient program provides the most comprehensive care for treating addiction and recovery, but it’s not always possible. At Crossroads, we want to make sure that treatment is available in some form to anyone who needs it. So if being away from home for 30 days or more is not an option, then a PHP may be a good option. A PHP works especially well for women who work and are the primary caregivers in their families. You’ll receive the same level of care as an inpatient program, but you’ll be able to still live at home or in a sober living facility.
We have more than fifty years of women’s addiction treatment experience. The Crossroads team has the ability to be well-versed in many types of addiction facing women today. This includes alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, and prescription drugs. Reach out to our caring treatment team today at 877.978.1667 to learn more about the flexible treatment options that a PHP can offer women.