Treatment Programs

Although many programs claim to “deal with your feelings.” Chapman House actually developed the process! You WILL know how to deal with your feelings when you complete our program

OUR TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Residential Detox

Chapman House Treatment Centers provide a safe and comfortable residential detox. Our professional staff directly monitors our detox patients every 20-minutes.

Partial Hospitalization

Our partial hospitalization program or PHP, is a highly structured outpatient program where patients receive treatment at least 5 days per week for no less than 6 hours per day.

Outpatient Services

Chapman House Treatment Centers provide a wide variety of outpatient services In addition to all of our primary treatment programs.

Residential Treatment

Our residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, is a truly comprehensive and modern rehabilitation program

Intensive Outpatient

The least restrictive of our treatment programs, Intensive Outpatient or IOP, consists of a minimum treatment of three days a week for three hours per day.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual-diagnosis is a term for when someone experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse problem simultaneously.

First and foremost, at Chapman House, you are NOT your Diagnosis! 

You are a person afflicted with a disease or mental health issue or both. Therefore, you will never feel judged by our professional staff. Many of the staff here are in recovery themselves. Judgment STOPS at our door.

Next, what many people don’t realize, is that once a person stops drinking and/or using addictive substances; they no longer have an alcohol or drug problem, they have a LIVING problem! That’s where Chapman House excels. We don’t sit around reminiscing about the “good (bad) ol’ days,” but rather, we teach people how to manage their lives. Whether its drugs, alcohol, mental-health issues or a combination, Chapman House can and will, help you to deal with your issues, and get your life back!

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You WILL know how to deal with your feelings when you complete our program

Although many programs claim to “deal with your feelings.” Chapman House actually developed the process! 

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