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Expert Care that Combines Home and Hospital
Butler Hospital's Partial Hospital programs have proven to be effective treatment options for patients whose psychiatric symptoms or level of functioning require more intensive treatment than outpatient care can provide but who do not need inpatient hospitalization.

Partial Hospital Programs
The Partial Hospital programs provides treatment to men and women ranging in age from young adults to seniors. With four unique programs, treatment is tailored to each patient’s specific needs and is provided in a confidential, supportive, and structured environment.

Partial Hospital programs combine comprehensive treatment to patients in conjunction with their lives at home and in the community. From Monday through Friday during the day, patients attend the program that is best suited to their needs. In the evening and on weekends, patients return home to practice the skills they learned during the day. This helps patients take what they learn in treatment and put it into practice in their day-to-day lives.


Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program
The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program provides comprehensive care to men and women who have been affected by serious emotional problems, work-related issues, relationship problems, and psychiatric disorders including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
» Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program


Integrated Therapies Program
The Integrated Therapies Program at Butler Hospital provides evidence-based treatment centered on existential and interpersonal therapy. The program provides a combination of treatments and therapies designed to work best for each individual person.
» Integrated Therapies Program


Women's Program
The first of its kind in the region, the Women’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program at Butler is dedicated to treating women who feel hopeless, overwhelmed, depressed, and suicidal. Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy, the program also assists women who are self-injurious, painfully lonely, feel “out-of-control,” or have relationship problems.
» Women's Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program

Alcohol and Drug Program
Many people who abuse drugs or alcohol have an underlying behavioral problem such as depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, or post traumatic stress disorder. Expert clinical staff provides care for patients with dual diagnosis that is second to none.
» Alcohol and Drug Partial Hospital Program

Partial
Partial From Receiving Help to Helping Others
Patient Story: Heather
As a little girl, Heather was molested and physically abused. As an adult, she could not escape the memory of those horrible encounters of her youth.
» Read this patient story
Partial Retired Military Man Overcomes Substance Abuse and Depression
Patient Story: Mark
Sometimes people will use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with psychiatric problems. That was the case for Mark, a retired military professional who had been seeing a therapist in the community for help with his depression.
» Read this patient story
Partial Individualized Care Helps Woman Pursue Dream of College Degree
Patient Story: Jill
The focused care offered in Butler's partial hospital was particularly helpful to Jill, a young woman in her early twenties who had dropped out of college because of the stress of a full academic schedule.
» Read this patient story
  Contact & Admissions

Partial Hospital Programs (PHP)
Butler Hospital, Goddard Building
345 Blackstone Boulevard
Providence, RI 02906
PHP Admissions/Evaluations: 401-455-6223

Patients can self-refer to the program. Clinicians referring patients, please complete and fax the Partial Hospital Program Referral Form.

PHP Admissions Office Hours: M-F, 7 am - 3:30 pm

Unit Chief: Paul Lieberman
, MD
Director: Sheila Russell, LICSW

  Mental Health Screening
Take an easy test to see if you are experiencing, or are at risk for, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, alcoholism/drug abuse, or post traumatic stress disorder.

» Depression Screening
  Depression Treatment
Depression is a treatable medical condition, not the blues that you can't just snap out of. Depression reflects abnormalities in brain chemistry, and similar to other illnesses, requires medical treatment.

» Depression Homepage
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