Day Treatment Programs

Scientific advances in technology, psychotherapy and pharmacology have combined to make day treatment programs an increasingly attractive alternative to inpatient care and programs.

Patients may enter treatment at this level of care or may need this level of support following an inpatient stay. Effective as well as efficient, day treatment programs offer the added advantage of allowing patients to undergo treatment while living at home or in the community.

A patient enrolled in a day treatment program may come to The Institute as often as five days a week to take part in a structured program that includes a variety of therapeutic activities. Individualized treatment plans are created for each patient, and may include group, individual, or family therapy, and group activities. Day treatment programs require a patient's participation for three to four hours a day to qualify for insurance reimbursement.

Child & Adolescent Day Treatment Program

The Child & Adolescent Day Treatment Program is an intensive outpatient and partial hospital program for children and adolescents between the ages of eleven and eighteen years old.

Advanced Services for Adolescents with Psychosis (ASAP)

Specialized treatment program for adolescents (ages 13 to 18) in the early stages of psychotic illnesses. ASAP provides a setting where adolescents can get the support they need to return to the activities that they enjoy.

TOPS Extended Day Treatment for Children & Adolescents

This program offers therapeutic extended day treatment services to children and adolescents and their parents and guardians, who are insured through Medicaid services.

Contact Us

Patricia C. Graham-Sullivan, LCSW
Program Manager, Child and Adolescent Ambulatory Services

Eugenio Millan, LCSW
Director, Child and Adolescent Ambulatory Services

Mary Dell, MD
Medical Director, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry