When feeling emotionally overwhelmed, sometimes you may need more help than can be provided in your weekly outpatient therapy session. Our adult partial hospitalization program provides structured, daily therapy that helps you address your current crisis. You’ll work on your coping skills. Then, each evening, you’ll return home to the family and community who support your good health.
What is Partial Hospitalization
You may have heard partial hospitalization called day treatment or intensive outpatient therapy. Our program:
- Offers help if you’re facing a crisis and need more support than weekly therapy. But, you don’t need the 24-hour care of a hospital.
- Helps you explore your thoughts and feelings and learn new coping skills through daily group therapy
Provides treatment for adults living with:
- Bipolar disorder
- Personality disorder
- Postpartum depression
- Substance use disorder
- Mental health disorder plus physical health concern
- Mental health disorder plus substance use disorder
What are the hours of the program?
The program runs Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. You’ll return home each night.
What services are offered?
- Evidence-based, cognitive and dialectical behavioral therapies (CBP and DBT)
- Individual treatment plan to address your current crisis and specific worries
- Six hours of programming each day. Topics include coping skills, grief and loss, mindfulness and other relaxation techniques, nutrition, relationships and more
- Medication education and management
- Lunch provided on-site
- Transportation for patients who live in surrounding area and meet criteria
Who provides treatment?
A psychiatrist-led team of social workers, professional counselors and nurses provide care through our affiliation with Harbor Behavioral Health.
Where is treatment provided?
ProMedica Defiance Regional Hospital is located in northwest Ohio about an hour southwest of Toledo.
For more information, call: 419-783-6896.
You’ll need a referral from your primary behavioral or physical health provider. Or, you can refer yourself. Call 419-783-6896.
- A photo ID
- Your insurance cards
- A list of your current medications
A counselor will ask you a wide range of questions from how much sleep you’re getting to what symptoms you’re feeling. You’ll have a chance to ask your own questions, too.
Once the first appointment is done, you’ll start the same day or the next business day.
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It depends on your needs. But, most people spend five to 10 days with us.
Lunch and snacks are provided.
Make plans for child care, transportation, and leave from work. Reschedule other appointments and commitments.
Limited transportation is available for patients who live in the surrounding area and who meet criteria
We will find out for you. Before you begin with the program, we will collect your insurance information and seek any needed authorizations. We will also find out how many days of care your insurance covers.