What's the difference between detox treatment, residential treatment, PHP, behavioral treatment?
There are so many treatment facilities, offering different treatments for so many different kinds of addictions…and each website you visit uses so many different terms, phrases and abbreviations associated with addiction and addiction treatments – it can be confusing and overwhelming. At New Perspective Recovery we offer the following treatment options: Residential Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP and Behavioral Detox. Our detox and treatment options are designed for the LGBT detox and couples detox experience. On this page we offer a simple description of each addiction treatment we offer.
Please feel free to call us to discuss if we are a good fit for you, and which treatment option is best for your individual situation. We have all been where you are now. We understand the fear that death is a real possibility if nothing is done. Please call.
3 to 14 daysThe addiction recovery treatment known as detox, refers to a medical process of titrating the addict off their drug of choice, with the aid of medications, and round the clock monitoring of their vital signs.
30 days total (which total includes the 3 to 14 days of Detox)
The addiction recovery treatment know as residential treatment, refers to the next phase of addiction recovery treatment. Residential addiction recovery treatment can take up to 27 days.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
The next phase of recovery is called PHP which refers to a partial hospitalization program. This phase of addiction recovery treatment can be as short as 7 – 10 days, or last as long as 21 – 30 days. Now the resident is introduced to a more structured program of 5 days a week, 7 hours a day. The focus here is discussions about 12-step programs, anger management, regular attendance at AA or NA meetings, and regularly scheduled therapy sessions to address the underlying emotional issues which created the need to self-sooth with their drug of choice in the first place.
Sometimes Clients in an IOP, (intensive outpatient addiction recovery treatment program) become overwhelmed by emotions which they had been use to medicating away with their drug of choice. This can lead to overwhelming anxiety, aggressive behavior, withdrawal from friends/family/meetings and eventually to a drug relapse. Before the Client actually relapses with their drug of choice, they can chose to do a behavioral detox. This is only for 3 days, during which they receive round the clock care from care coordinators and their case manager. It’s like hitting a re-set button by being taken care of for 3 days so the Client can “catch their breath” and return fresh to their IOP program.