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Partial Hospitalization Program

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a safe, structured, psychiatric outpatient treatment program.

About the Program

The Harrington Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a safe, structured program, typically available after discharge from an acute inpatient program or as a diversion from inpatient hospitalization. Our program specializes in offering personalized, community-based mental health treatment to help in your recovery and get you back on track.

Our PHP is a higher level of care than traditional outpatient services. PHP is a daily program, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Patients usually participate in PHP for anywhere from 5-20 days, depending on their symptoms and treatment needs. Upon completion of PHP, patients are typically referred to appropriate aftercare, such as traditional outpatient therapy and medication management. Our outpatient teams are conveniently located in Southbridge, Dudley and Charlton to offer you the care you need close to home.

With the help of doctors, licensed clinicians and our nursing team, patients benefit from a comprehensive multidisciplinary care model and an individualized treatment plan to achieve an exceptional quality of care.

Program Components

  • Aftercare Planning
  • Case management
  • Family meetings
  • Individual Therapy
  • Psychiatric assessment/ongoing medication management
  • Psychoeducational groups, including dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), mindfulness and coping skills.

Sample Schedule:

A typical day in our Partial Hospitalization Program may look like:

9 a.m. – Check-in, daily goal setting group

10 a.m. – DBT skills group

11 a.m. – Group psychotherapy

12 p.m. – Lunch (provided on site)

1 p.m. – Relapse prevention group or Mindfulness

2 p.m. – Coping skills, checkout group

Referrals

To make a referral please complete the form below and fax it, along with documents noted on the form, to 508-765-2197.

View our Primary Mental Health (Southbridge) Referral Guide here.
View the Co-Occurring Disorders (Webster) Referral Guide here.