Day Treatment (PHP)


The Faith By The Sea Outpatient PHP/Day Treatment program provides a coordinated, intensive, comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment for individuals who can be maintained safely in the community at a minimal level of functioning if closely monitored while participating in a structured Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program. The program provides services Monday through Friday for six (6) hours per day from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Clients taking advantage of the combined Outpatient and supervised Residential component of the treatment module are transported daily from and to their structured Transitional Care Residency. In the evenings they attend evening 12-Step or Celebrate Recovery activities of their choice. On the weekends they have the freedom to engage in community activities, water sports, health and fitness routines, or just visit with their family.

Outpatient PHP/Day Treatment is designed for individuals:

  • Who are having significant difficulties maintaining sobriety, which affects their daily functioning at work, family/social life, parenting, and/or with other activities of daily living. Daily Outpatient Treatment provided in this setting is essentially the same in nature and intensity as is provided in a Residential Treatment Program setting, but without the need of 24-hour supervision. As such the role of this level of care is to provide alcohol and drug treatment, structure, and supervision while the individual develops the coping and life skills needed to maintain long-term sobriety while continuing treatment at a less restrictive level of care. 
  • Who may present high risk of relapse, but are capable to develop a plan to maintain sobriety in the community without 24-hour supervision.

The program consists of a scheduled series of structured, face-to-face therapeutic individual and family sessions organized at various levels of intensity and frequency in order to assist the client in achieving goals identified in their individual treatment plans. The program functions as a step-down or alternative to inpatient or residential care, as transitional care in order to facilitate return to the community or to prevent or minimize the need for a more intense or restrictive level of treatment.