Center Category: Rehab Centers
Since opening its doors in 1986, Hampton Behavioral Health Center (HBHC) has been offering behavioral health services to adolescents, adults, and seniors. Located in Westampton Township, NJ, HBHC’s main campus offers a full continuum of care. In fact, it’s the only private psychiatric facility that provides these services in Southern New Jersey.
The programs offered by HBHC include short-term dual diagnosis residential care and outpatient services. HBHC also has two additional facilities in Hamilton Township and Cherry Hill, which provide outpatient treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues.
The Westhampton Township facility of Hampton Behavioral is set up in a hospital-like setting. The campus is full of trees and sits on 23 acres. The facility can house about 110 residents at its maximum capacity. Since the residential programs are of short duration, a typical stay lasts for five days to a week, and in rare cases, ten days.
Since the facility provides multiple programs (like psychiatric services for teens and seniors) on its campus, participants of each program are housed in separate units. Those who need dual-diagnosis services are lodged in a separate wing (35 beds). The residents in this wing share the double-occupancy rooms, which are furnished with twin beds, and some basic furnishings. These rooms, however, have private bathrooms.
Since the residential programs at Hampton Behavioral are of short duration, it does not offer any sort of major recreational activities. Still, residents can do yoga and access art and music therapies.
Every day, HBHC provides its residents with three hot meals, served cafeteria-style. The outpatient clients and the staff also have their food along with the residential clients.
While the primary function of HBHC is providing services for acute psychiatric care, it also offers a dual-diagnosis program for clients who require treatment for substance abuse. While Hampton Behavioral does not provide any medical detox support, it can offer help in the way of nursing supervision and regular visits by a psychiatrist and a doctor during this period.
The short-term program residents spend most of their time attending LADC-led group therapy sessions (CBT based) and meeting social workers. The social workers help the residents to prepare a long term recovery plan. The center also places a lot of importance on the 12-step process, and on-site meetings are conducted every night.
Upon completion of the inpatient phase, the residents are transitioned to either a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Both these tracks are offered in the same campus. Participants of dual diagnosis PHP take part in group therapy sessions held on weekdays, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. These are held at any of the center’s three locations. Similarly, participants of the IOP track take part in group therapy sessions, weekly four days. These are usually held either in the morning hours (9:00 am to 12:30 pm) or evening hours (5:30 pm to 8:30 pm). The evening track is available every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Participants in the PHP and IOP tracks can access staff psychiatrists, LSWs, LADCs, and LPCs. Individual sessions are offered as per requirements. A typical PHP or IOP track lasts anywhere from three weeks to five weeks. The clients step down to less-intense outpatient care after the completion of this program.
A unique feature of the outpatient program at Hampton Behavioral Health Center is that clients are served daily meals in the center’s main cafeteria. Clients at the Cherry Hill and Hamilton Township facilities are served meals sourced from a nearby eatery.
The center also offers aftercare to its clients. This entails weekly once group sessions and continued access to the center’s staff.
Approximately $13,000 (30 days, includes inpatient and PHP included).
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