Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Midway, Utah

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Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The Partial Hospitalization Program or PHP is recommended after the completion of your residential addiction treatment stay. Partial Hospitalization offers the same treatment modalities that our residential program does, but allows clients to experience more independence and autonomy to practice the recovery tools they have learned in the real world. Despite the name, it does not involve a hospital stay; rather, PHP clients attend treatment at our facility.

Our PHP program takes place every weekday, from 8:15 am to 5 pm. It provides structure for those early days post-treatment, and offers enough clinical contact to allow you to continue working on areas in which you may be struggling in your recovery.

 

Intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment

IOP or Intensive Outpatient treatment is a step down from PHP and is perfect for the person who needs continued support in early recovery. Similar to PHP, our IOP program takes place on a part-time basis, with just 10 hours of clinical time per week. IOP meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Programming includes group discussion, educational sessions, and one individual therapy session per week. This program gives clients the opportunity to start exploring the next steps in their lives, their recovery, their vocation, and their hobbies more intensively than they might on their own. 

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PHP & IOP Addiction Treatment Programs

Both PHP and IOP utilize the same customized modalities that are central to our residential addiction treatment program, including:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Gender processing groups
  • Psycho-education
  • Experiential activities
  • And more

Completing Acqua's full continuum of care (residential, PHP & IOP), allows clients to experience more freedom as we help them navigate the early stages of recovery. If you feel you need extra support, you may step up to a more intensive level of care at any time.

Still unsure what level of treatment you need? Give our admissions team — Matt, Brian & Ashlee — a call. They'll listen to your situation and help you figure out the best course of action for you.

For questions about the admissions process and to find more resources for yourself, give us a call.

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