P 916.482.2370 | 3555 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95821

Partial Hospitalization Program

Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento’s Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) provide hospital diversion and post-hospitalization treatment in a day treatment setting. Services are provided in a safe, home-like, confidential environment. CRH’s experienced treatment team provides intensive and effective treatment. Our team provides an initial assessment, safety planning, individual and group therapy, structure, psychoeducation, symptom reduction, coping skills development, socialization, transitional support and family education and supportive services.

Our Approach

Our wellness and recovery approach focuses on the empowerment of youth by taking ownership of their treatment and actively working toward improvement. Our program is designed to stabilize youth who are in psychological crisis in the shortest possible time. Youths are initially authorized for 5 days with options for reassessment and extension. We utilize evidence-based approaches including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to assist youth in their acquisition of skills that will enable them to improve their health, build and sustain a support network, and thrive. Clients have the opportunity to:

 • Acquire and develop coping skills       • Improve socialization
 • Set Goals                                                        • Increase problem-solving                                 
 
 • Improve stress-reduction techniques
young girl sitting on couch talking with care coach

Services

• Daily Symptom Tracking

• Primarily group therapy with individual therapy as needed

• Safety plan development including identification of triggers, wellness tool box and action plan

• Case coordination, transition planning, and linkage to aftercare

• Family Meetings including psychoeducation and treatment recommendations

• Leisure and recreational skill development

We Serve Youth Who Are...

  • Ages 10 to 17 years old (to best meet their developmental needs, 10-13-year-olds generally participate in the Junior Group while 14-17-year-olds generally participate in the Teen Group)
  • Currently enrolled with one of the following insurance providers: Kaiser, Anthem, or Magellan
  • All genders
  • At the risk of being hospitalized at a psychiatric facility or transitioning out of psychiatric hospitalization
  • Diagnosed with a behavioral health disorder, such as a depressive disorder, anxiety, bipolar disorder, unresolved issues of grief and loss, and/or post-traumatic stress disorder 
  • Experiencing emotional dysregulation, which may be manifested as suicidal ideation, self-injurious behaviors, conflict with family members, problems with peers, and/or academic difficulties

Referrals

Please contact php@crhkids.org or call (916) 482-2370 ext. 1036