Compass Health Center and Compass Virtual offer Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Programs. These are group-based therapeutic programs which are treatment options for individuals who are struggling with debilitating symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Trauma, PTSD, and/or Bipolar Disorder that interfere with daily functioning.
Compass's PHP and IOP programs offer people comprehensive psychiatric and behavioral health treatment while maintaining life at home.
Compass Health Center is committed to responding to the community's need for evidence-based, comprehensive non-hospital-based psychiatric care.
After an initial consultation, Compass's multidisciplinary treatment team customizes the PHP or IOP program for each patient in collaboration with the patient's support network, including their family and outpatient team. Both programs are centered around interactive, group-based therapy, psychiatric, and individual care.
Compass patients are provided with continuous support by giving them easy access and frequent treatment sessions with their psychiatrist and a tailored team of specialists. Compass Health Center's standard of care stands out from other comprehensive mental health treatment facilities.
The Patrial Hospitalization (PHP) Program is more comprehensive than its IOP counterpart. It is a full-time mental health treatment program that runs six hours each day. Every day, patients under PHP attend a combination of group and individual care led by licensed therapists.
Compass Health Center’s PHP implements a variety of evidence-based therapies, including psychiatry, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, experiential therapy, and additional specialized services, if needed. The length of PHP treatment depends on a patient’s progress. Often, the goal is to step down to IOP, which is considered a lower level of behavioral health care.
PHP offers a safe and structured environment while giving patients the ability to return home each evening after a full day of treatment. It benefits those individuals who are looking for more support than can be offered in an outpatient setting. PHP also benefits those not ready to step down to traditional outpatient therapy after inpatient hospitalization or residential treatment.
Our intensive outpatient Program is a short-term treatment model consisting of half-day treatment for three hours a day on three or more days a week. Patients are able to address their mental health while continuing to work, go to school, and handle daily responsibilities at home. Compass provides provide both daytime and evening options.
Compass Health Center's IOP care serves a wide range of mental health conditions, including Mood & Anxiety Disorders, OCD & Complex Anxiety Disorders, Chronic Pain & Illness, and Trauma, among others.
IOP services are typically the next step down after PHP or inpatient care for those with pre-existing mental health disorders. IOP programs can also be used as an initial treatment or preventive measure for individuals struggling with their mental health but who are not candidates for PHP or residential level care.
Our IOP services are an effective relapse-prevention strategy. This program helps patients learn how to manage their mental health challenges while balancing work, relationships, and other aspects of everyday life. Patients in IOP develop positive coping strategies, improve their confidence and self-esteem, and learn techniques to manage their emotions.
• Patients with mild to moderate symptoms.
• Individuals who want to access continuing mental health care without sacrificing their employment or studies.
• Those who do not require a medical detox and 24-hour supervision.
• Patients who do not self-harm or have suicidal tendencies.
Every person’s experience and behavioral health goals are different. The team at Compass Health Center can help you choose the treatment program that can best meet your specific needs.
When you express interest in Compass’s PHP/IOP services, a mental health care professional will evaluate your needs and provide a detailed assessment and expert recommendations on what type of treatment will benefit you the most.
Programs can be changed from PHP to IOP, and vice-versa, once you begin treatment.