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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

At Gosnold, we know a successful recovery does not end with the completion of a treatment plan; we offer ongoing recovery support for our patients and their families.  We are committed to the community and provide family education, school-based counseling, medical care integration, and support prevention coalitions.

People during group therapy, supporting each other.

Partial Hospital Program

The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is an adult (18+) day treatment service that specializes in mental health and co-occurring (mental health and substance use disorder).  The program runs 5 days a week Monday-Friday.  Patients receive individualized, focused and goal-oriented treatment to help facilitate stabilization of symptoms in a less restrictive, non-inpatient environment.  Patients receive intensive group therapy including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), psychoeducation and expressive therapy.  Additionally, patients will meet with a psychiatrist for medication management and a case manager to create an individualized continuing care plan.  Gosnold case managers work collaboratively with probation officers, the Department of Children and Families, primary care physicians, primary supports and outpatient providers to ensure successful continuity of care.

Intensive Outpatient Program

IOP is best suited for patients whose primary diagnosis is mental health.  Patients continue to receive medication management, group therapy and case management services.  IOP allows patients to return to work, school or daily activities.  Participation to IOP can range from 1-3 weeks depending upon the treatment goals of them individual.

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For more general inquiries, including admission to or information about our programs, employment opportunities, or other general information, please call 508-540-6550. For more information about our mental health and addiction treatment programs, contact us at help@gosnold.org.

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