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Partial Hospitalization for Substance Use

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Partial Hospitalization

Substance Use Disorder Day Program

Our partial hospitalization program is for those whose recovery is complicated by continuing physical and/or emotional issues that need stabilization and daily monitoring, yet they have the ability and support sufficient to return home in the evening.


A step-down from residential services, the SUD Day Program provides daily monitoring, therapy and coaching.

Patients may be directly admitted to or transferred to this program from any level of care in our continuum. The services are provided in the same facilities as our short-term residential program and our outpatient clinic. This allows for continuity of care for those patients who no longer need detoxification or short-term residential services, but who could greatly benefit from an extended stay in a program that offers daily monitoring and counseling. 

Services include: 

  • Nursing assessment each morning
  • Meet with addictionologist and/or psychiatrist for medications
  • Group therapy with a certified CAADC therapist
  • Meetings with recovery coaches

Services are provided five days a week, Monday through Friday. 

For patients with transportation issues or living out of the area, the program does have the ability to house patients overnight for a small charge.



The Partial Hospitalization Program is located on the Pine Rest Campus, 300 68th Street SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The Rapid Route 10 comes through the Pine Rest Campus. The stop is located just across from our Retreat Clinic (Building B). View the stop on our map.


Financial Assistance

Do you require financial assistance? You may be eligible for a portion of the cost of the partial hospitalization program to be covered by funding from Pine Rest’s Patient Assistance Fund. Please ask about eligibility when you call.

For more details about this level of care or any other addiction service in our continuum, please call 866.852.4001.

Research shows that treatment can help patients stop using, avoid relapse and achieve successful recovery in their lives. Of individuals with chronic dependence who achieved recovery, the majority did so after participating in treatment. –Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)