Partial Hospitalization

The Mt. Blanc Partial Hospitalization Program is a comprehensive short term partial hospitalization program that provides treatment and support for adults facing emotional or mental difficulties or who have substance abuse problems. It is an intensive day treatment program for those who require a high level of support and structure. The participants receive treatment from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. They return home each evening to maintain important links to their family and community and to practice new skills that promote confidence and independence.

The multidisciplinary treatment team members utilize a variety of treatment approaches to move patients toward recovery. Our groups focus on teaching participants about their illness (psycho-education); how to relate to family and friends (interpersonal techniques) and how to deal with the world around them (skill building, distress tolerance, emotional regulation and mindfulness). The structured format provides medical monitoring, therapeutic groups and individual and family therapy to address the needs of the individual participants. The program’s supportive format reduces feelings of isolation and hopelessness. Participants discover they are not alone in their struggle for emotional and mental wellness. Our goal is to help participants get back into their lives and maintain healthy ways of living.

The curriculum includes:

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    • Includes the use of a daily diary card and skill sets that include distress tolerance, core mindfulness, inclusion interpersonal and middle, and emotional resolutions
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Includes skill sets like communication, stress management, anger issues, self-esteem, family issues, and identifying negative thoughts
  • Illness Management
  • Nutrition Education
  • Creative Expression
    • This can include physical activity, movement, or relaxation

The Partial Hospitalization Program will meet Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm.

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