Which Treatment Option Is Best For Me?







Choosing the right treatment plan Nisan important decision when it comes to the life changing need to address an addiction, alcoholism, mental health disorder, or eating disorder. Time is precious and shouldn’t be wasted when there is such a critical need at hand. What kind of treatment you seek is dependent upon the kind of problem you have and how severe it is. Treatment can also depend on what insurance coverage supports, what financial support is available, and how much time you have to dedicate to treatment. Here are some general prescriptions for different levels of treatment.

If You Cannot Stop Abusing Substances And Are A Danger To Yourself

Residential inpatient treatment is advised to those who cannot be left alone to their own devices, and even under the supervision of family members or loved ones, they cannot stop themselves from abusing substances. Such individuals have become destabilized and are in need of structure and support with daily programming and professional observation.

If You Need All Day Treatment But Have Other Obligations

Partial hospitalization is called “day treatment” because it includes all of the same programming and therapy as residential inpatient but does not include overnight boarding. For those who can safely live at home or reside in a sober living, this option is ideal. Simultaneous with treatment, people are able to go to school at night, take care of their families, or take shifts at a part time job.

If You Are In Need Of Treatment And Structure But Don’t Need Heavy Therapy

Intensive outpatient is usually offered a few days a week for much less hours at a time than residential inpatient or partial hospitalization. Increasingly, it is common for intensive outpatient to include a residential component and as much treatment as higher levels of care. However, the treatment programming will include less individual therapy and more focus on treatment modalities.

If You Need Maintenance Support And Accountability

Outpatient is the lowest level of care. Sometimes called transitional care or after care, outpatient only meets one to three days a week for a minimal amount of hours. Outpatient is usually for those who have been sober a little while but need ongoing support and accountability.

Harmony Place proudly offers all levels of care to assist clients through each phase of their treatment and development. Our staff works closely with each client to create a highly individualized and custom treatment plan. Call us today for a private consultation and more information on our residential treatment programs at 1-855-652-9048.