Bright Road Recovery Programs

Partial Hospitalization Program

Why PHP?

Partial hospitalization program is for patients who are medically stable, but who need day-long support in order to maintain their recovery.  Often, those attending PHP are stepping down from residential treatment, no longer needing 24-hour per day therapeutic support.

Some patients cannot or do not wish to attend residential treatment. These individuals may be appropriate for our partial hospitalization program, which provides significant containment and intensive treatment at this level of care. 

Flexible PHP: Students attending the nearby colleges, as well as others who have local academic or work obligations, may also benefit from our flexible partial hospitalization program.  While full-time work or school are not generally recommended, flexible PHP allows us to create a treatment day to include some outside commitments. 


Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) is six hours in length each day and patients typically attend three to five days per week.  The number of days per week varies based on what the patient's insurance provider approves and what the treatment team determines is medically necessary.

Treatment at the PHP level of care necessitate an individual taking medical leave from work or school. It is the highest level of outpatient care offered for eating disorders.

At the PHP level of care, patients receive:

  • regular medical and psychiatric monitoring
  • group therapy
  • a minimum of two supported meals plus snacks per program day
  • weekly nutritional counseling with a dietitian
  • individual therapy
  • family therapy (as indicated)

Getting Started

Taking the first step can be difficult.
We are here to make it easier.

Call us at 909.994.1436 or 800.948.0342
or reach out to us via our contact form.

The Bright Road Recovery Team

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