What kind of substance use services do you offer?
PH Center offers a wide array of substance use disorder services adult men and women 18+. Our mental health professionals are skilled at helping patients with mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders’, etc.… Family members play an important role in the dependency recovery process and are encouraged to participate in the client’s recovery.
Do you treat anything besides drug and alcohol dependency?
Many people who come to the PH Center seeking treatment for their drug or alcohol dependency may also struggle with mental health issues such as depression, eating disorders, grief, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder. This combination of dependency along with a mental health issue is called “co-substance use disorder” and, in fact, is quite common. has medical staff, psychologists, and counselors on-site who are skilled at addressing the complexity of issues around co-substance use disorders and mental health.
What is the process for getting into treatment at PH Center?
The PH Center focuses first and foremost on making sure we have the best solution for your unique clinical needs. The process begins by contacting the PH Center and helping us understand your situation. Next, you will fill out a Pre-Screen to determine whether or not our program at the PH Center is the best treatment for your needs. If it is determined that our program is the best program for you, our expert, caring team will work hard to ensure you get help as quickly as possible. Call us Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Does PH Center take insurance for drug and alcohol treatment?
Yes. Please contact the PH Center at 410-367-5676 for further details.
How much does drug and alcohol treatment cost?
It depends on the type and the intensity of the treatment services you need. We provide a range of services from outpatient treatment to residential treatment, where people live with us for 4 to 6 weeks or longer in order to get the help they need. Much of the cost of treatment can be covered by insurance.
What are the criteria for admission to your program?
Patients must meet ASAM criteria for IOP or OP in order to be eligible for admission to our program. We also offer 3.1,3.3,3.5 services so patients would need to meet 3.1,3.3,3.5 criteria for that program.
What type of structure is provided for patients attending your program?
Our program is NOT an inpatient facility. We do not require lock-down of our patients and structure comes in the form of group scheduling, case management referrals and curfew in the evening. During the day, outside of their scheduled group time, patients are free to come and go as they would living in the community. They are encouraged to attend mental health appointments and medical appointments if needed, twelve step meetings and to seek and maintain employment while in our program. All patients are required to sign in at 5:00 p.m. each day and curfew for all patients in our residential setting is 10:00 p.m.
What happens if a patient uses illicit substances while in your program?
Our program is not a zero tolerance program and we realize that relapse may happen. We work with patients in their current stage of change and utilize our clinical staff to assist patients with cognitive and behavioral changes that will assist them in achieving sobriety. If they are not successful in one of our levels of care we refer them to the appropriate treatment program where they are more likely to be successful, including inpatient treatment or hospitalization.
If a patient is discharged from housing does that mean they are also discharged from treatment?
Not necessarily. It depends on the nature of the infraction. If patients are unable to follow the rules and policies to remain in our residential program we typically allow them to continue in treatment and assist them in finding outside the housing in the community or with family.
How can a patient be referred to your program?
We accept self-referrals and referrals from the community including other treatment programs, jails, and family members.
For additional information please contact the PH Center 410-367-5676.