The Partial Hospitalization Program offers a highly structured treatment program for clients experiencing acute psychotic and severe mental health issues.
Clients who continue the stabilization process initiated on an inpatient unit or for clients who require a highly structured treatment program to prevent decompensation and admission.
Physician referral required. Please download the form and call your doctor.
Additional Referral Details
Accepts internal CAMH clients with from an out-patient psychiatrist or a GP in the community as long as they are showing psychotic symptoms.
Services Offered As:
The Partial Hospitalization Program offers on average eight weeks service. However, there is flexibility on a case by case basis depending on the needs of the client.
Referrals are triaged and referral sources are contacted within 24 hours to set up intake assessments. As much as possible, the Partial Hospitalization Program aims to avoid wait-listing clients. When it is unavoidable, the waiting period on average is up to 5 business days.
The current hours of operation: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm. The Partial Hospitalization Program will have extended hours of service ( including weekends and STAT holidays) upon relocation to the new building.
Comprehensive psychological, medical and medication monitoring
Pharmacological and discipline-specific consultations
Social, functional and family assessments
Recovery-focused therapeutic activity groups
Peer Support groups and individual therapy
Social and vocational rehabilitation
Support with transition and community integration
Family education group
CAMH's Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is designed to offer a highly structured treatment program for clients experiencing acute psychotic and severe mental health issues.
It offers an intensive acute care day hospitalization for clients, who continue the stabilization process initiated on an inpatient unit. It also functions as a diversion from hospitalization for clients who require a highly structured treatment program to prevent decompensation and admission. PHP is composed of an interprofessional team of psychiatrists, nurses, social worker, occupational therapists, recreationists, peer support worker, pharmacist and psychologists. Clients receive individualized, recovery focused, goal-oriented treatment to facilitate stabilization of symptoms in a less restrictive, non-institutional environment. The menu of services offered by PHP include comprehensive psychological, medical, medication monitoring, social, functional, family assessments, therapeutic activity groups (including CBT and Concurrent Disorder groups), social and vocational rehabilitation. PHP supports a Tobacco Free environment.