Why Is Partial Hospitalization So Beneficial?
Affordability & Accessibility
Cost-effectiveness is a standout feature of PHPs compared to inpatient care. By eliminating overnight stays, they reduce overall costs, making intensive treatment more accessible. This affordability ensures more individuals receive the care they need without financial strain.
Flexibility & Personalization
PHPs adjust to individual needs, balancing treatment with daily life commitments like school or work. Each participant's therapy is tailored, enhancing relevance and effectiveness. This approach provides a personalized recovery journey, crucial for long-term success.
Community & Support
In PHPs, building a support network with peers is a key benefit. Regular interactions foster a community atmosphere, offering mutual support and shared experiences. The environment aids in developing social skills and gaining diverse perspectives on recovery.
How You Can Pay For The Program
Figuring out how to pay for a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) can be a bit overwhelming, so we're here to help you through it. Our Admissions Coordinators work with you to explore how you can access the care you need in a way that fits your financial situation.
Optum, Aetna, Magellan, Blue Shield, UHC
If our program is within your insurance's in-network providers, this typically means your insurance will cover a significant part of the costs, making it a more affordable option for you.
Most other insurance companies
Even if we're not in your insurance network, you may still receive partial reimbursement for the program costs. However, this usually involves higher out-of-pocket expenses than in-network coverage.
For those without insurance or seeking different payment methods, we offer alternatives like paying directly via credit card or setting up a payment plan to accommodate your financial situation.