Personal Integrative Outpatient Program

Day Program
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Criteria for Admission

Fees & Insurance

We are predominantly a private-pay facility. While we accept Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and Medicare, these plans usually will only cover a fraction of the cost of treatment. Therefore we also arrange a fee with each client that is appropriate given the client's (or the family's) income & asset level.

Requests for Services

rock pileFAQs about the Day Program

The intensive day program is not available at this time.

Do I have to attend the program every day?

For the first month we ask that people try to attend the program every day, barring necessary outside appointments. This helps us and you determine if the program feels like a good match. We certainly encourage people to come every day and to attend every group. The most important factor here to keep in mind is that you will be in a community where your absence and presence will be felt by the other members. Simply put, the more you attend the program the more opportunities you will have to increase your health and wellness.

Can I work/attend school while in the day treatment program?

Of course! There is nothing we would like more than to see you get out of the mental health system once and for all. Recovery means getting back to school or work, and if you feel ready we will support you. In order to remain in the program people have found part time work on the weekends or attend night classes. If the demands of school or work interfere too much with the schedule of the program, you may opt to transition into individual psychotherapy.

How long can I expect to be in day treatment?

It really depends on the person, but we generally find that it takes about six months for people to get settled into the treatment. Then it can take another six months to a year to begin seeing lasting benefits. Again, it depends on the severity and previous duration of your distress. Some people are finished in a year or less, others might need longer. Importantly, we do not determine the lengths of your stay—that is up to you. You will know when you are ready to move on. It will be your personal choice.

Can I keep seeing my existing psychotherapist?

Of course—though it would be helpful if we could speak to her or him to coordinate treatment and to make sure we are not at cross-purposes.