Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Care For Adults
Centennial Peaks Hospital offers four intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adults who need mental health or substance use treatment but do not require 24-hour care. Many people seeking outpatient care may not meet criteria for inpatient hospitalization, but have mental health or substance use issues that make it difficult to work, relax and participate in healthy relationships with friends and family. Our outpatient programs allow people to work and live at home while learning life skills to empower them to take control of their lives. We determine the needs of each patient through a complimentary, confidential assessment, but typical treatment plans consist of up to 20 sessions. Therapy groups are divided into three sessions, three times per week. Both day and evening tracks are available for people who need the flexibility, in addition to virtual and in-person offerings.
To schedule your no-cost consultation, call 303-665-4170 today.
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
The adult partial hospitalization program is designed to support adults following an acute behavioral health hospitalization or to avoid an acute hospitalization. The PHP offers a supportive, therapeutic environment for people with behavioral health needs who require more support than the intensive outpatient level of care.
The PHP provides 5 hours of therapeutic treatment, 5 days per week. The program’s content includes foundational skills for emotion regulation and symptom management, coping skills to manage upsetting feelings and impulsive behaviors, communication skills to identify and meet emotional needs and more.
Medication management services are available to support the recovery process. Breakfast and lunch are served daily. Patients also have access to one-on-one support from a therapist.
Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (SUD-IOP)
We provide hope and healing for those who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction and co-occurring disorders. The substance use disorder (SUD) IOP takes a multi-faceted approach to recovery, with a strong focus on the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that support the recovery process. We believe the journey to recovery involves building a strong recovery support system, making changes in one’s lifestyle and applying skills to challenge addictive thinking and behaviors. We utilize the “Living in Balance” therapy curriculum, an evidence-based program developed by the nationally recognized Hazelden Foundation. Our philosophy is recovery-based (non-AA specific) with an emphasis placed on community support groups concurrent with treatment. We also incorporate nutrition, self-care and leisure activities to encourage lifestyle and behavior changes.
The SUD-IOP meets three times per week for three hours over the course of 6 weeks, for a total of 20 sessions. Throughout these 20 sessions, we assist individuals in developing recovery skills while remaining in the community working and dealing with daily stressors.
DBT Intensive Outpatient Program
The DBT-IOP is specifically designed to assist those with bipolar disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, depression and/or anxiety. The program emphasizes the development of skills and concepts to navigate life stressors and relationships in healthier, more effective ways. The program’s content focuses on foundational DBT skills, to include emotion regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness and mindfulness. Emphasis is placed on changing thoughts and behaviors that are not effective or helpful so individuals can more fully enjoy life.
Women’s Survivor Group IOP
Our Women’s Survivor Group is specifically designed for women who have experienced trauma and are experiencing symptoms related to this, such as depression, anxiety, hypervigilance, insomnia. Through education, connection, group discussion and therapeutic exercise, clients are assisted in developing knowledge, insight and skills to empower them to move beyond their trauma and more fully participate in life and healthy relationships. The program’s content addressed: trauma and the brain and body; body-focused grounding; self-esteem; emotion regulation; guilt, shame and anger; triggers; relationships; values and symptom reduction.
Always Here to Help
Centennial Peaks Hospital is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide a no-cost mental health assessment for you or your loved one. Call us at 303-673-9990 or visit our Louisville, CO facility to get started. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.