Child/Adolescent and Adult Partial Hospitalization Program: A Bridge to Recovery
All Saints’s partial hospitalization program is for children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing emotional problems that interfere with their daily functioning but who do not require 24-hour nursing care or inpatient hospitalization. The program’s goal is to help the individual return to his or her best level of function within their personal environment.
The partial hospitalization program provides a transition to less structure for those who have been hospitalized in an inpatient program; it provides a higher level of structure for those who need more than counseling services.
Partial hospitalization programs are located in the York building on the Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – All Saints campus at 1320 Wisconsin Avenue.
Our treatment team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical therapists, alcohol and other drug specialists, occupational and recreational specialists, nurses, pharmacists, spiritual care services and nutritional services.
Child/Adolescent Partial Hospital Program
Children ages 5-11 who require intensive services but do not need to be hospitalized may benefit from a variety of treatment options, including individual, group and family therapy, educational services, and occupational and recreational therapies, such as journalizing, play, music and art therapy.
Adolescents may receive treatment in the Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program. The program provides highly structured mental health treatment and uses individual, group, family therapy, educational services, and occupational and recreational therapies. Individuals may attend the program during the day, two to five times per week as recommended by their individual care plan.
Adult Partial Hospital Program
The Adult Partial Hospitalization Program offers individual, group and family therapy and meets four hours each day, Monday through Friday. The full program includes individual, occupational and group therapy, but may be modified and individualized based on patient needs.
Adult programs include a 12-step chemical dependency program, a mental health program that focuses on cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy, and a mental health and chemical dependency program.
Fresh Start is a collaborative program with the Racine Unified School District (RUSD) that assists elementary students in addressing behavioral issues. The program provides a therapeutic treatment environment and recommends strong family involvement in order to assist the student in developing an individual recovery plan. Eligibility for the program is determined by RUSD.
For more information
- For more information about the Child/Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program call (262) 687-2401.
- For information about the Adult Partial Hospitalization Program call (262) 687-2746
- For the Metal Health and Chemical Dependency programs call (262) 687-8626.