RHS CARES for YOUth
Adolescent Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Program
The Adolescent Program (PHP/IOP) at RHS CARES for YOUth are intensive therapy programs for youth ages 12 to 17 years old. They provide group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, case management, substance abuse treatment, drug testing, TCC, psychiatric care, medication management, youth peer support, and family support services.
The PHP program runs Monday-Thursday from 8am-3pm and Friday 8am-12pm.
IOP is Monday-Thursday from 4pm-6pm during the school
year and 1pm-3pm during the summer.
Core Concepts & Benefits
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Case Management
- Crisis Services
- Substance Use Treatment
- Drug Testing
- Targeted Care Coordination
- CBRS (Community Based Rehabilitative Services)
- Education/GED Services
- Youth Peer Support
- Family Supportive Services
- Medication Management
- Child & Family Team Meetings
- Nutritional Meals & Snacks
All services are trauma informed and evidenced based.
PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM (PHP)
PHP is a step down from inpatient treatment programs and hospitalizations. Usually lasts 4-6 weeks, Monday-Friday. Participants see a
member of the medical team weekly for overall wellness checks, individual counseling 2-3 times a week, family counseling once a week,
and includes group therapy and treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Weekly updates are sent via email to youth,
family, and team members including the medical team. Treatment plans are reviewed every two weeks with the youth and their team.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES (IOP)
IOP is a step down from PHP or setup up from traditional outpatient therapy. Usually last 6-8 weeks, 3 days a week afterschool.
Participants see a member of the medical team monthly for overall wellness checks, individual counseling once a week, family counseling
every other week or as needed, and includes group therapy and treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Weekly
updates are sent via email to youth, family, and team members including the medical team. Treatment plans are reviewed monthly with
the youth and their team.