Sovereign Health provides numerous levels of care, including our Residential Treatment Center (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Residential Treatment Center
Sovereign’s RTC level of care, also known as inpatient treatment, involves intensive, 24/7 care designed to help individuals with mental illness, addiction and co-occurring disorders. Patients reside in one of our residences where they can enjoy comfortable furniture, beautiful views and regular group outings. Patients receive evidence-based, cutting-edge treatment geared toward reducing their symptoms and improving their quality of life. Treatment modalities include medication management, individualized therapy, group therapy, cognitive remediation, mindfulness meditation, art therapy and many other therapies.
Patients in our residential treatment program are coping with severe mental illness, substance addiction and co-occurring disorders, and may be in need of intensive, monitored detox. Our residential treatment program is the most intensive program offered at Sovereign Health, followed by partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Our PHP level of care involves evidence-based, in-depth treatment for people who are struggling with co-occurring conditions as well as addiction and mental illness. Each patient’s treatment schedule is based on the severity of symptoms, the nature of the illness and personal preference. As part of our PHP level of care, we also offer diagnostic evaluation, active treatment and maintenance therapy to help reduce the risk of relapse, hospitalization or incarceration.
Individuals in our PHP level of care typically demonstrate increased symptomatology, but are not an active threat to themselves. For this reason, partial hospitalization is more intensive than our intensive outpatient program and less intensive than our residential treatment program. Partial hospitalization can serve as a transition from residential treatment or can be pursued on its own.