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Partial Hospitalization

Short-term outpatient program.

Partial Hospitalization

The purpose of partial hospitalization is to provide the patient with a short-term outpatient program or as a transition from recent inpatient hospitalization to outpatient care. Individuals will be assigned a multidisciplinary treatment team, offering person-centered care. Unlike inpatient treatment, individuals do not stay overnight in the facility and following a daily schedule from 9:30 am-3:15 pm, Monday-Friday.

Average length of stay: varies case by case. Once a person has completed the partial program, their social worker will have arranged further outpatient services for the individual to continue.

The Behavioral Center of Michigan Multidisciplinary Team

The Multidisciplinary Team Includes:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Medical Physician
  • Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner
  • Registered Nurse
  • Social Worker
  • Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS)
  • Mental Health Technicians

Our Partial Hospitalization Program. Offering patient, a transitional, step-down level of care following an inpatient hospitalization.


The Behavioral Center of Michigan

Our Programs
Acute Inpatient
Inpatient Psychiatric Program
Crisis Intervention

Geriatric Programs

The Behavioral Center of Michigan is accredited by the Joint Commission for the highest national standards for safety and quality of care and is committed to continually improving patient care.

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