Adult Day Treatment Program (ADTP)
Eliot’s Adult Day Treatment Program (ADTP) offers psychiatric treatment to adults coping with mental illness or a dual diagnosis of psychiatric illness coupled with substance use in individualized and group environments.
The program offers many supportive services, including:
Rapid Access – A streamlined referral process ensures immediate access to a safe, structured treatment program, and enables individuals to return home at night to maintain important family and community relationships.
Step Down – After an inpatient stay, a person discharged to the ADTP is assured individualized treatment planning to support the resumption of daily activities.
Continuity – The ADTP can be accessed individually or in combination with other diversionary and step-down services. All service options are discussed during the diagnostic process with the individual, clinical team, and other treatment providers.
Dual Recovery – The ADTP specializes in services for individuals with a dual diagnosis of mental illness and a substance use disorder. Eliot’s program is specifically designed to address the treatment issues unique to individuals who are in the early stages of recovery and is staffed by a treatment team, clinically trained to stabilize emotional crises, implement effective treatment approaches, and assist in developing the confidence and skills needed to live a healthy lifestyle.
The Adult Day Treatment Program’s hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm.