Partial Hospitalization Program
PHP is a great transitional setting, oftentimes acting as a step-down from higher of level care or diversion from inpatient hospitalization. This mid-level therapy allows for someone to expedite treatment due to the amount of care given within the week and increases each person’s understanding of their symptoms while teaching important life skills and aiding in managing everyday challenges.
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. The Military Health System has many resources available to help those who need it.
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. 988 connects you with a trained crisis counselor who can help.
673rd Medical Group Partial Hospitalization Program
After service members receive an intake from a mental health provider, they can be referred to PHP with a start date often within two weeks. Our PHP offers the following treatment services:
- Psychoeducational Groups: Provides a foundation of mental health learning by focusing on numerous skills to practice healthy habits and gain insights
- Alternate Groups: A combination of yoga and music therapy, all used to encourage people to build coping skills by staying present and expressing emotions and experiences in different ways
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Encourages people to behave consistently with their personal values while developing the psychological flexibility to stop feeling guilty for their thoughts and feelings
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Works with people to determine negative thought patterns that leads to unhealthy behaviors
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: A form of CBT that helps people with regulating their emotions, communicating with others, and developing positive coping skills
- Occupational Therapy: Enables people to re-engage through a variety of skill sets, such as skills development, establishing positive habits and routines, setting therapy goals, and understanding underlying physiological influences
- Self-Compassion: Teaches people how to be caring and gentle to themselves in times of great difficulty, with the hope of recognizing that being imperfect and experiencing difficulties in life are inevitable.
What TRICARE Covers
TRICARE covers medically and psychologically necessary mental health and substance use care. This includes both inpatient and outpatient care.
Getting Mental Health Care
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