Drug abuse is a huge issue in Kentucky with alcohol, tobacco and especially prescription drugs emerging as the substances frequently abused. Addiction to these drugs can result in severe consequences including a loss of income, the disruption of family life and health complications, among others.
You might think you have your drug habit under wraps but the truth is that drug addiction only gets worse with time. If drug abuse is causing negative effects in your life, no matter how small, then it’s time to take a hard look at yourself and admit that you might have an addiction. This is particularly true if you keep getting cravings, have tried to quit but have been unable to do so, have started neglecting your responsibilities and suspect that your behavior is slowly getting out of control.
The first step towards getting better is admitting that you have a problem. The next step is to decide how to clean up and get sober.
Partial Hospitalization Programs for Drug Treatment
There are a variety of drug treatment programs in Kentucky, each designed to help drug addicts at various stages of their addiction. Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) are some of the most common treatment options for those struggling with drug addiction.
These programs- sometimes referred to as day treatment programs or day rehabs- are addiction recovery programs designed to give patients the same level of high-intensity care provided at a residential recovery program. The major difference between the two is that PHPs allow you to return home after treatment.
A PHP program often serves as a step up from a less intensive outpatient program or a step down from an inpatient/residential program. If enrolled at a PHP, you’ll spend several hours of several days each week receiving treatment at a rehab center, return to your own home then go back to the program the following day.
What Services are offered at Partial Hospitalization Programs?
Partial hospitalization programs in Kentucky offer different services so it’s important to do your research and see which one suits your needs better.
Before joining a PHP, you’ll undergo an intake evaluation. The results will be used to come up with an individualized treatment plan based on your mental health and stage of addiction. Additionally, you’ll be expected to work closely with various addiction treatment specialists including therapists, doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, and nurses.
Some of the services offered at PHPs include:
Detox isn’t offered at all PHPs but some have doctors available to provide medically-assisted detoxification to those who need it. Most PHPs however, prefer giving detox to clients with mild or moderate withdrawal symptoms.
Drug abuse can lead to several health complications. PHPs, therefore, have doctors and nurses as part of the treatment professionals and their role is to dispense medicines to treat some of these physical issues as the client goes through the program.
Individual therapy sessions are a staple in most PHP programs. Here clients have one-on-one sessions with an addiction counselor or therapist. They get to discuss their addiction, uncover unhealthy behaviors and work on changing them. During these sessions, clients also get to identify their triggers, set goals for their recovery and discuss their general progress.
In addition to individual therapy sessions, PHPs also offer group counseling. These are facilitated by professional counselors or therapists and clients get to interact with other drug addicts in the same situation. Each group therapy session focuses on a certain skill or topic including relapse prevention, coping skills, stress management, team building or family therapy.
After successfully going through PHP, clients still need aftercare to ensure that they’re staying sober and on the right track. Most rehab treatment centers create an aftercare plan as part of preparing their clients for discharge. This includes scheduling some follow up sessions (might include individual or group counseling) to see how the clients are doing. They also teach relapse prevention tactics that clients can use to avoid sliding back into drug abuse. Some PHPs also liaise with 12-step programs or sober living homes that their newly-discharged clients can join to receive support as they continue recovering outside the program.
How much does Partial Hospitalization for Drug Treatment Cost?
Different partial hospitalization programs have different costs. Generally, PHPs tend to be cheaper than residential treatment programs because you don’t live at the treatment facility so you’re not charged for room and board. You still have to factor in the cost of commuting to and from the rehab facility for the treatment sessions.
The cost of most PHPs is determined by:
- Its location – PHPs set in desirable locations e.g. near the beach or serene settings like mountainsides are typically more costly than those in other areas.
- The amenities provided. – PHPs offer different amenities to clients and those that feature things like spas and private rooms or alternative therapies like yoga or recreational therapy are likely to cost more than those with fewer amenities.
- Your length of stay. – The longer you stay at a PHP receiving treatment, the more the cost increases.
- Your insurance coverage. – Some insurance providers only cover part of the cost for PHPs and this affects how much you pay from your own pocket.
Partial Hospitalization at Robert Alexander Treatment Center
Getting the right treatment for your drug addiction is crucial if you want to attain sobriety.
At the Robert Alexander Treatment Center, we focus on providing high-quality care, regarding each client as an individual with specific needs and treatment goals. Our Partial Hospitalization Program specializes in giving clients expert, comprehensive treatment to reclaim their lives from addiction.
If you or a loved one is struggling with drug abuse, don’t wait until it’s too late. Contact us on (502) 513-6042 to speak to one of our recovery experts who will guide you through our treatment programs and discuss the payment options available for you.