Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization
The Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program is committed to providing comprehensive mental health services to a diverse patient population. As service providers, we recognize the therapeutic properties intrinsic in constructing a program as an instrument for change. Based on this idea and recognized social systems concepts, the matrix for our program is the therapeutic community.
Utilizing the therapeutic milieu, we provide an experience that emphasizes patient responsibility. In such a social setting, we can expedite our service goal of rapid re-entry to family and community life. An interdisciplinary approach guides the use of extensive treatment modalities and maximizes the therapeutic potential of all staff.
Integral program components include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as a full range of therapeutic community activities geared to the unique needs of the individual and group. Reintegration into the community is reviewed throughout treatment and begins during program entry. This provides closure to the therapeutic experience.
The mission of the CAPH program is to provide comprehensive mental health services for TRICARE-eligible patients (adolescents ages 13-17) in a structured day treatment setting. The program endeavors to treat adolescents who struggle with a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to mood, anxiety, and adjustment disorders. The CAPH program aims to improve the mental health and well-being of our patients and their families by providing quality health care services with caring, compassion, and skill.