Mental Health Programs

Our Mental Health Program Services provide support for adults and adolescents experiencing emotional or behavioral challenges.

Our approach to treatment is holistic and individualized. We work alongside patients throughout their recovery journey. Currently, we offer three levels of care: residential treatment center (RTC) for adolescents only, partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP). Adult and adolescent programs are offered in-person, virtual, and hybrid options.

Our programs provide intensive care through therapeutic activities, individual and group therapy, and skill-building workshops. They are designed for those who need more support than traditional outpatient services provide. Participants can engage in various treatments and activities that promote recovery, enhance coping skills, and improve overall well-being in a community setting.

Levels of care

Residential Treatment Center (RTC)

Highly-structured and supportive 24-hour treatment environment with focus on treating severe depression, psychosis, debilitating anxiety, gender affirming care, behavioral disorders, suicide ideation/attempt, OCD, and co-morbid disorders to include eating disorders and substance use disorders. Program is for adolescents ages 12-17 of all genders.

Partial Hospitalization (PHP)

Our PHP provides a more frequent and concentrated level of care than IOP. Service is available at our San Jose clinic. The goal of PHP is to stabilize the client and prevent the need for more intensive care. PHP clients typically step down into the IOP level of care.

Frequency: Treatment is 6 hours per day, Monday – Friday.

Duration: Although each client is unique, the typical duration of PHP level of care is typically less than one month.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our IOP provides a more frequent and concentrated level of care than typical outpatient therapy. Service is available at our San Jose clinic. The goal of the IOP level of care is to develop unique skills so that each client can discharge feeling improved function and enhanced ability to cope with and manage their mental health challenges.

Frequency: Treatment is 3 hours per day, Monday – Friday.

Duration: Depending on the client’s needs, the duration of treatment may range from several weeks to months.

What to expect

Psychotherapy Groups

Our Mental Health Programs utilize a variety of evidence-based approaches to support individuals in their journey to recovery and wellness. In our PHP and IOP Programs, services are primarily provided through intensive group therapy. However, individual therapy can be arranged as needed.

Services include:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy once a week (as needed or requested by client/client’s family)
  • Couples/family (if appropriate)
  • Psychoeducation
  • Skill building activities

Psychiatry And Medication Management

Psychiatry and Medication Management is offered to individuals in our outpatient department as needed or recommended by the treatment team. At any point, clients can request a psychiatric evaluation with one of our psychiatrists or psychiatric nurse practitioners. If individuals already have a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner, our treatment team will collaborate with them as needed.

In our Mental Health Programs, we offer a supportive environment where our clients can integrate into their environments at home, work, and school while having a team of support. This type of care is usually stepped down to outpatient therapy and medication management, and in some cases, we will recommend group therapy once or twice a week to ensure support for each client.

Adult sample schedules

Adult Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program

6 hours per day / Monday – Friday / In person only

  • 9am Mindfulness (Mental Health Track) OR Eating Disorder Recovery Road (ED Track)
  • 10am Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • 11am Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • 12pm Break (Mental Health Track) OR Lunch Meal Support (ED Track)
  • 1pm Grief and Loss
  • 2pm Art Therapy

Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (Morning)

3 hours per day / Monday – Friday / In person OR virtual (exceptions apply)

  • 9am Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • 10am Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • 11am Healthy Relationships (Mental Health Track) OR Eating Disorder Process Group (ED Track)
  • 12pm Lunch Meal Support (Eating Disorder Track only)

Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (Afternoon)

3 hours per day / Monday – Friday / In person OR virtual (exceptions apply)

  • 1pm Mindfulness
  • 2pm Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • 3pm Process

Adolescent sample schedules

Adolescent Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program

5 hours per day (15 additional minutes for Eating Disorder Track) / Monday – Friday / In person only

  • 12:30pm Check-In (Mental Health Track) OR 12:15pm Lunch Meal Support (Eating Disorder Track)
  • 1pm Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • 2pm Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • 3pm Break (Mental Health Track) OR Snack Meal Support (ED Track)
  • 3:30pm Narrative Therapy (Mental Health Track) OR Eating Disorder Process Group (ED Track)
  • 4:30pm Multi-Family

Adolescent Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program

2.5 hours per day / Monday – Friday / In person OR virtual (exceptions apply)

  •  4pm Check-In
  • 4:30pm Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • 5:30pm Healthy Relationships

Adolescent Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (Eating Disorder Track)

2.5 hours per day / Monday – Friday / In person only

  •  3pm Snack Meal Support
  • 3:30pm Eating Disorder Core Beliefs
  • 4:30pm Healthy Relationships

We can help you assess if one of these programs is a good option for you.

Call us at (408) 542-0434 or complete contact form for additional information.

Easy to get started

Click the "Register Here" link below

You will be asked a series of questions that will help us understand how to support you best. This process will take about 5-10 minutes. During the registration process, we will need a picture of the front and back of your insurance card to be uploaded.

After you complete the registration, we will call you!

The patient coordinator will schedule an initial assessment appointment, usually within three business days of submitting the form. The patient care coordinator will contact you to review and verify your information and help you set up an assessment based on your needs.

Scheduling your appointment

You will be provided with a behavioral health questionnaire, which you should complete before your initial assessment appointment.