Adult Acute Partial Hospitalization Program at Monmouth Medical Center

Monmouth Medical Center’s Adult Acute Partial Hospitalization (MMC-APH) is a short-term program that utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to help deliver intense and active treatment to stabilize patient symptoms. APH’s primary purpose is to prevent the need for inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or re-hospitalization.

Our Treatment Includes:

  • Comprehensive assessment to develop an individualized recovery plan
  • Face-to-face meeting with a psychiatrist or an advanced practice nurse every other week or as needed
  • Medication education and counseling
  • Treatment and interventions to help resolve crisis and attain stability in the community
  • Individual and group therapy to address:
    • Symptom management using the following techniques: Cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma informed and dialectical behavior therapy
    • Relapse prevention
    • Co-occurring disorders
    • Illness management and recovery
    • Wellness and recovery
    • Healthy living
    • Creative Expression

This program addresses anxiety, depression, bereavement, anger management, self-esteem, conflict resolution, developing healthy relationships, health and wellness, dual diagnosis, addiction recovery, relapse prevention, trauma/grief/loss and gender specific-issues.

For more information about Monmouth Medical Center’s Adult Acute Partial Hospitalization Program, please call 732-923-5257

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