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Women’s PHP & IOP for Addiction Recovery

Welcome to Her Harbor, the first private all-women’s facility in Fresno, California.

In our beautiful 4,000-square-foot home situated on an acre of land, we specialize in comprehensive addiction recovery programs for women. Our women’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) are designed to offer structured, yet flexible treatment options that cater to the unique needs of women on their journey to recovery.

What Are PHP and IOP?

PHP and IOP are crucial components of addiction treatment, offering different levels of care to suit individual recovery needs. A PHP for women provides more intensive support, similar to inpatient care, but allows you to return home after daily treatment. A women’s IOP offers even more flexibility, with therapy and support structured around your daily life. Below, we break down the difference between the two.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our PHP for women bridges the gap between inpatient treatment and outpatient care. It’s designed for those who need substantial support, but also have a stable living situation. The program includes daily therapy, medical supervision, and personalized care, and it focuses on developing coping strategies and sustainable recovery skills.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The women’s Intensive Outpatient Program at Her Harbor is ideal for those transitioning from more intensive care or who need structured support while maintaining their daily responsibilities. The IOP program for women includes group therapy, individual counseling, and holistic treatments, offering flexibility to integrate recovery with your personal and professional life.

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PHP/IOP Programs at Her Harbor

At Her Harbor, our PHP and IOP programs are tailored to address the unique challenges faced by women in recovery. Here, we’ve cultivated a deeply nurturing space, free from the distractions and triggers often encountered in coed environments. We provide an environment that promotes healing, personal growth, and long-term sobriety for women who are committed to their recovery.

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What to Expect at Her Harbor

At Her Harbor, our clients are family. Entering our PHP or women’s IOP, you can expect a supportive, women-focused environment. Our programs are holistic, including evidence-based therapies, wellness activities, and peer support. Our skilled therapists and staff are experts in trauma-informed care, leading our clients on a comprehensive journey of healing. By adopting the principles of the 12 Steps, we offer the necessary tools and support to help every woman begin her journey towards enduring sobriety.

PHP vs IOP: Which Program Is Right for You?

Choosing between PHP and IOP depends on your individual needs. PHP is suited for those requiring more intensive care, while IOP is ideal if you need flexible treatment options that accommodate your daily life. Reach out to our admissions team, and we can help determine the best fit for you.

The Benefits of Fresno, California for PHP and IOP

Fresno, California offers a tranquil and supportive setting for recovery. Our serene property is surrounded by trees and is ideal for healing, away from the stressors and triggers of everyday life. For those not local to the area, the physical distance can be a vital part of the recovery process, allowing a break from old habits and influences.

How to Get Started With Her Harbor

Embarking on your journey to recovery with Her Harbor means taking a step toward the life you’ve always wanted. Reach out to us to learn more about our PHP and IOP programs for women, and how we can support you in taking the first step towards lasting recovery.

FAQs About PHP and IOP Programs for Addiction

A typical IOP program for women can last from a few weeks to several months, depending on individual needs and progress.

PHP programs generally range from one to three months, offering a structured yet intensive recovery process.

Many women successfully balance work commitments while participating in an IOP program, due to its more flexible nature. Some women are able to continue working during PHP, but it is less common.

The success of PHP and IOP programs varies based on each woman’s individual circumstances and commitment to recovery. These programs have been shown to be effective in supporting long-term recovery when combined with ongoing support and aftercare.