Cornerstone Healing Center’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in Scottsdale, Arizona, is an intensive addiction treatment program.
The program is five days a week, six hours a day, and focuses on healing from the past and learning to stay clean and sober long-term. Partial Hospitalization focuses on repairing and reconstructing your life for the better.
Partial Hospitalization includes therapeutic groups, life skill development, psycho-education, extensive evaluations, fitness, nutrition classes, yoga, meditation, and so much more.
We build up our clients in PHP by focusing on healing the mind, body, and spirit. Our approach also fosters human connection, accountability, and rebuilding family relationships.
People who come to Cornerstone’s Scottsdale PHP rehab center will receive an individualized treatment plan to meet their unique needs. We have two primary tracks for clients through our Partial Hospitalization Program: Ready to Launch and the Professionals Track. These unique programs consider outside obligations you may have that would otherwise keep you from obtaining treatment.
Cornerstone Healing Center was founded by a team with first-hand experience with addiction recovery. By overlapping science with spirituality, we create an environment where a seemingly miraculous healing event sufficient to overcome addiction can happen in a short amount of time.
Our PHP drug rehab facilitates a culture that feels like family. Through love and support, we help our clients through their darkest times and most difficult moments. We offer transparency, professionalism, and a level of caring that is unique to healthcare.
Addiction affects more than the body. It penetrates every area of life, including mental health and spirituality.
We provide our clients with the tools they need to have a healthier life in all aspects.
From learning the life skills needed to be a productive member of society and a loving family member to mastering healthy nutrition and fitness routines, clients get the help they need to be the best versions of themselves.
Call our confidential toll-free number now for help for you or a loved one. Reach us at (800)-643-2108 or click Live Chat to speak with one of our caring team members now about our treatment options or a partial hospitalization program.
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is an intensive level of care in drug and alcohol treatment. In PHP, we know it’s essential to keep our clients busy learning, developing, and healing.
Cornerstone’s PHP offers:
Each element of our Scottsdale partial hospitalization program is uniquely tailored to fit your needs. You can take steps to find yourself again while working with your family, treatment specialists, and therapists, to help you find your footing in life after addiction.
Depending on the substance, clients may need to detox before entering PHP. Substances requiring clients to go through detox are usually alcohol, fentanyl, benzodiazepine, and other drugs. Completing the detox ensures that clients stay focused and present during treatment.
With these substances especially, the detox process can be the hardest part. We want our clients to be able to give their all to the PHP program without the distraction of ongoing physical withdrawal symptoms.
While Cornerstone doesn’t currently offer medical detox services, we work with various vetted local medical detox centers.
Our admissions team can handle the arrangements of finding clients a place to go to detox. After detox is completed, treatment at Cornerstone can begin.
Anyone with a substance abuse disorder will benefit from what’s offered in a partial hospitalization program. Even more, those with more severe substance use and a history of long-term substance use will get
You may be nervous about seeking treatment, but we are here to tell you that a partial hospitalization program could be the life-changing step you take.
In the American population in 2015, 7% had an alcohol abuse problem but only 1.1% out of that 7% sought treatment at a recovery facility.
In addition to our overall partial hospitalization program, we have two additional customized PHP tracks. The Young Adult Rehab program focuses on young adults who find themselves struggling with addiction. Executive Rehab is for individuals who are in a career and need a customized level of care.
The Scottsdale partial hospitalization program for young adults will help individuals reconnect with themselves, their families, and their peers.
Meanwhile, you will work to restore your spirit, mind, and body so that they are properly linked to helping you get your life back before substance abuse.
We are not looking to just end the troubling chapter of your life that involved substance abuse.
Cornerstone Healing Center wants to guide you to rebuild your relationships, reconnect with the hobbies and goals that make you happy, and reframe your mindset to find more healthy ways to deal with deep emotions such as depression, grief, and anger.
Substance abuse affects anyone no matter what job they hold. You may find it difficult to seek treatment because you are afraid you will lose your job in the process. This should not hinder you from seeking treatment.
As you undergo executive rehab, you will find the work-life balance needed to satisfy your work duties while living the life that you desire for yourself and your family.
Enhancing your various life skills will help you tackle your daily responsibilities such as financial planning for your future, taking new steps in your career, and how you can make your family life better.
Our Ready to Launch program helps clients learn the life skills to thrive and succeed, such as financial education, nutrition, fitness, and navigating relationships.
Not everyone receives the tools to handle what life throws at you, but through our Ready to Launch program, you can gain the knowledge needed to live a healthy life.
We empower teens to understand and fulfill their potential in life by education and encouragement.
If you have an established career or need to navigate work-life during recovery, this is the program for you.
We help you re-enter the workforce by providing you information on cultivating a healthy work-life balance, maintaining recovery while traveling, and repairing relationships with HR and management that might have been affected during addiction.
We can help you get your career back on track and overcome addiction.
When clients leave the partial hospitalization program, we can recommend continuing care services for successful re-entry into home, work, and community life.
At Cornerstone Healing Center, we do everything possible to ensure long-term recovery so that our clients avoid relapse. It is possible for you or your loved one to break free of the cycle of addiction for good.
The aftercare resources we include are long-term outpatient recovery coaching, which we call navigation, Occupational therapy, and Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR). Continuing care after recovery is beneficial because re-entering life after treatment isn’t easy. Finding direction can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help long after treatment to ensure that you continue to live the best life imaginable.
Partial hospitalization includes process groups, life skills, psycho-education, history and physical, psych eval, and bio-psychosocial.
It also includes individual therapy (60 minutes per week), family sessions, crisis intervention, fitness therapy, nutrition classes, meals, and transportation.
It is an intensive program that helps build a solid foundation of recovery.
Partial hospitalization programs are a great and effective level of care in addiction treatment.
We have seen great success from clients who have gone through our PHP program. Cornerstone has proven that it’s programs results in twice as much positive change as similar programs.
Partial hospitalization can range anywhere between 45-60 days depending on severity and history of drug and alcohol use.
Yes, you can smoke while you are in partial hospitalization. However, it will be within controlled environments to facilitate your smoking habits.
We want to be sure that it also does not affect non-smokers in the building and that’s why we have designated smoking areas.
Yes, partial hospitalization is covered by insurance. Your insurance company will inform you what you must pay for your deductible before insurance can cover the rest of the bill for you.
The Affordable Care Act is making it possible for insurance companies to cover alcohol and drug rehab programs. The important thing to note is that how much is covered depends on your policy.
Ready to find out what’s covered so that you can make your next move? Let us verify your insurance. We will find out what’s covered, what’s not, and even if we can’t help you, we will point you towards a program that can.
The cost for PHP depends on several differen. Asctors, as much as we’d like to give a solid answer, we can’t. If you’re using a health insurance policy, what’s covered would be anything after your deductible.
Our admissions team can find out the specific details of your policy and save you from going through the hassle of having to figure it out alone. Health insurance policies can be complex, but our admissions team is experts at explaining everything so you can feel secure.
Please submit your information through the insurance verification form if you want to find out exactly what the specifics of your policy are.
If you do not have health insurance and would like to explore options, we may be able to work with you to ensure that treatment is accessible.
Call us today to work out the specifics. If we are unable to help you, we will find you a substance abuse treatment center that can.
After partial hospitalization, you may transition into an intensive outpatient treatment program or our regular outpatient treatment program.
It’s important to note that every person’s treatment plan is different; what is recommended for you might be different than what is recommended for someone else.
If your loved one has expressed the need for help, or the willingness to get help, then that is a clear indication they are ready for a PHP.
If you’re not feeling that your loved one is ready to get help, intervention is always an option. Remember, early intervention is key. No matter your situation with your loved one, give us a call, and we can discuss your options.
Come to family therapy sessions to get involved with your loved one’s partial hospitalization program. You can reconnect and rebuild your relationship for it to be even better than before their drug addiction started. Healing is a process; you must be physically present regularly to make it happen.
We understand your concern if your loved one leaves partial hospitalization. Unfortunately, if they do choose to leave there is little we can do. However, we never allow our clients to leave without attempting to convince them to stay.
In time, if they are ready to come back and continue, our doors will be open. That is, of course, if there has been no extremely problematic behavior in the past.
Treatment starts with admitting that one has a drug addiction. For some, the realization will hit them quickly after becoming addicted.
For others, it can take months or years for them to realize they are addicted.
When given no choice, many will go to treatment. In treatment, some slowly realized that they have a problem.
Intervention could be a viable option if they don’t see that they have a problem. Intervention processes highlight personality and lifestyle have changed since they started regularly. The idea is to point out facts, not feelings, about their use so that they have no choice but to see the reality.
If your loved one doesn’t want to get help, it can be difficult to navigate, no doubt about it.
One way to convince them to come into treatment is to stage an intervention. If you’d like more information on intervention services, call us.
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