Partial Hospitalization Program

Our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program offers intensive support for Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and adults with eating disorders, promoting structured treatment for recovery.

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The purpose of the PHP program is to provide a level of care that reduces severe eating disorder symptoms, teaches healthy coping skills to better manage mood symptoms, in crisis planning, and provides them with medication stabilization. The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) at Oasis is a specialized, intensive program designed to support the recovery journey of Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and adults struggling with eating disorders. This comprehensive program combines evidence-based therapies and a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, aiming to significantly reduce the severity of eating disorder symptoms, develop healthy coping skills, and stabilize mood and medication.

Partial Hospitalization Program Includes

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Partial Hospitalization Program Benefits

  • Individualized Meal Plans
    At the heart of our program is nutritional healing, facilitated by an individualized meal plan. Supervised meals are a cornerstone of the PHP, offering a controlled environment to practice healthy eating behaviors and repair one’s relationship with food.
  • Diverse Therapy Options
    We incorporate a range of therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Nutrition Education, Body Image Groups, and Body Positive Movement Groups. These therapies are designed to address the complex emotional and psychological factors contributing to eating disorders.
  • Art and Movement Therapy
    To nurture the whole individual, our program also includes art therapy and body-positive movement groups, providing creative outlets for self-expression and healing.
  • Family Involvement
    Recognizing the role of family in the recovery process, Oasis offers both individual and family therapy sessions to provide a more holistic approach to treatment.
  • Psychiatry & Medication
    Medication can often be a key component in stabilizing mood and other mental health symptoms that often accompany eating disorders. Our psychiatric evaluations ensure that any medications are well-suited to each individual’s specific needs.
  • Intervention & Aftercare
    Immediate crisis planning and intervention are available to manage any urgent issues that may arise during treatment. To ensure long-term recovery, our program includes case management and detailed aftercare planning.
  • Evidence-Based Care
    Oasis’ PHP program prides itself on utilizing evidence-based therapies and practices, ensuring that patients receive the most effective and up-to-date treatment available.
  • Accessibility & Flexibility
    We offer a range of options to meet our patients where they are, including compatibility with various insurance plans and the potential to accommodate patients from other states.

Get Started Today

We know that asking for help takes courage, but it’s the first step toward regaining ownership of your life and transforming it for the better. Once you send us a message, our admissions team will be in touch with you within 24 hours. 

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(559) 599-0990

Frequent Questions About Our Partial Hospitalization Program

Our PHP program is designed to provide intensive support for Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and adults struggling with eating disorders. The main goal is to reduce the severity of eating disorder symptoms, teach healthy coping skills, and provide medication stabilization.
We focus on serving Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and adults who require structured treatment for their eating disorders. Eligibility is determined through a comprehensive assessment process by our healthcare professionals.
Our program includes a variety of therapies designed to aid in recovery, such as Nutrition Education, Body Image Groups, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Art Therapy, and Body Positive Movement Groups.
The duration of the PHP program varies depending on the individual’s specific needs. Our aim is to provide you with the tools and skills necessary for long-term recovery.
Our PHP includes an individualized meal plan with supervised meals during the program to ensure nutritional adequacy and promote a healthier relationship with food.
We include psychiatric evaluations as a part of our PHP program. Medication management is closely monitored to help stabilize any mental health symptoms that may be accompanying the eating disorder.
Crisis Intervention is aimed at managing immediate crises and formulating a crisis plan. It is a vital part of our PHP, complementing other therapeutic approaches to provide a comprehensive treatment plan.
We believe that family involvement is crucial in the recovery journey. Our program includes individual and family therapy sessions to facilitate holistic healing.
Our case management includes aftercare planning to ensure that you continue to receive the support you need once you complete our program.
The first step is to reach out to us to schedule a comprehensive assessment. From there, we can discuss your specific needs and determine if our PHP program is the right fit for you.
We work with a range of insurance providers to make our program as accessible as possible. Please contact us directly to discuss the specifics of your insurance coverage.
Our PHP program is intensive and designed to focus on your recovery. While some patients do maintain limited work or school commitments, we recommend discussing this with our healthcare professionals to see if it’s a viable option for you.
Our daily schedule includes a mix of individual therapy, group sessions, and supervised meals. We offer a structured, yet flexible, environment that is designed to support various aspects of your recovery.
All meals within the program are supervised to ensure adherence to the individualized meal plan and to help build a healthier relationship with food.
Our PHP is primarily focused on Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and adults. However, the specific age range can vary, so it’s best to consult with us directly to discuss eligibility.
Treatment goals are collaboratively set between you and our healthcare professionals. These goals are designed to be measurable, achievable, and tailored to your specific needs.
While we strongly encourage consistent attendance to maximize the benefits of the program, we understand that life happens. If you miss a session, we’ll work with you to get back on track as quickly as possible.
We offer various levels of care and can discuss outpatient treatment options during your comprehensive assessment or as you progress through the PHP.
Our program incorporates evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to ensure effective treatment.