Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in Mississippi
About Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Mississippi Partial Hospitalization Program at Oxford
Our PHP in Mississippi utilizes evidence-based addiction treatments and the best possible care to give patients the skills necessary to remain in recovery long after the rehab program ends.
What to Expect in PHP Addiction Treatment
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is the most intensive form of outpatient addiction treatment. Our PHP in Mississippi allow patients the freedom to return home after daily addiction treatment sessions while benefiting from a highly structured form of drug and alcohol rehab.1
An Average Daily Schedule for PHP at Oxford Treatment Center
Does Health Insurance Cover PHPs for Substance Abuse?
Most insurers are required by federal law to cover addiction treatment; however, the extent of this coverage varies between insurance policies.8
What Happens After You Complete A Partial Hospitalization Rehab Program?
What happens after a patient completes a PHP at our Oxford, MS outpatient rehab facility will depend on that patient’s progress and continued recovery needs.
Case managers at Oxford will outline a unique treatment path for each patient admitted to the facility, adjusting this plan as necessary. Near the end of treatment, they will meet with each patient to ensure they are set up for success once their time at Oxford ends.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab to Fit Your Needs
Oxford's inpatient rehab program is nestled in our 110-acre campus set in natural woodlands.
We provide several evidence-based therapies designed to help patients uncover the hidden causes of their substance use disorders.
Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to answer questions, walk through the insurance process, and get you admitted to the ideal program. Contact us at today.
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