Adult Partial Hospital Program at Rhode Island Hospital
Announcing Our New Virtual Telehealth Program
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rhode Island Hospital Adult Partial Hospital Program is committed to providing care in a safe manner and has transitioned to a virtual program.
Our program remains committed to providing the same level of care that was provided previously in person. Accordingly, the Adult Partial Hospital Program at Rhode Island Hospital provides intensive, short-term treatment designed for individuals with acute psychiatric concerns. Patients participate in multiple groups per day, as well as speak to a therapist and a psychiatrist for individual sessions every day. All major insurances are accepted.
To refer a patient please call 401-444-2128.
About the Adult Partial Hospital Program at Rhode Island Hospital
The Adult Partial Hospital Program at Rhode Island Hospital provides intensive, short-term treatment designed for individuals with acute psychiatric concerns. After completing a day of treatment, individuals return home for the evening. This minimizes disruption to their daily routines, maintains uninterrupted support of family and friends, and facilitates learning by encouraging immediate practice of newly acquired skills.
We believe that patients should have ample opportunity to speak with a specialist; therefore, patients are seen for individual sessions every day.
Continental Breakfast (provided by program)
8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Beginning With Purpose
9:00 – 9:45 a.m.
9:50 – 10:05 a.m.
10:15 – 11:45 a.m.
11:45 – 12:45 p.m.
Lunch (provided by program)
For Patients and Providers
Coordination of Care
We offer telephone consultation and send a detailed report to primary care physicians and outpatient behavioral health providers to help them provide their patients with the most informed and complete care and facilitate the transition to outpatient care after leaving the program.
We provide evidence-based treatment using integrated care. Our clinical research team is nationally recognized for treatment-relevant and diagnostic science. We actively research the application of, and processes involved in, acceptance and mindfulness-based treatments. We also share our findings on an ongoing basis in national and international settings, including in scientific journals and at conferences.