Remote PHP is an online Partial “Hospitalization” Program (PHP) to treat more severe substance abuse and addiction problems.
In-network with major insurance providers!
Note: “partial hospitalization” is a term often used to describe an outpatient treatment program (no overnight hospital stay involved). Our online PHP recreates the traditional outpatient model in a more convenient and safe online medium.
How does Remote PHP Work?
Talk to Admissions
Give us a call or submit an inquiry from the Quick Start link on any page. For more serious addiction problems, we may recommend an initial assessment with a licensed therapist or our clinical director. We will make sure the program you select is the best choice for your specific needs. We’ll also let you know about program pricing and insurance coverage.
Admissions will send you enrollment docs and help pick the right group therapy sessions to attend (based on your schedule limitations. We have afternoon (12:30 – 3:30 PM) and evening (6:00-9:00 PM) therapy sessions for those who have busy lives.
Start attending therapy sessions
Patients attending our online therapy sessions should expect to join four group therapy meetings per week. Patients just login to your Summit Hill account and join a session. A licensed Summit Hill therapist leads each group session, including presentation of addiction-related content and facilitation of group discussion. You’ll get a full 25 ours of treatment per week.
Meet your individual and family therapists to schedule your sessions
You’ll meet with your licensed therapist once a week at a time convenient for you. If you have a family and require their involvement in your recovery, family counselors are available. You can schedule your appointment through your Summit Hill account.
Track your progress through completion
Login to your account at anytime to review program content, connect with your therapist or see how many sessions you’ve completed.
Participating in Remote PHP is easy, educational and effective.
Remote PHP online group therapy sessions meet on a daily schedule five days a week.