PCH Treatment Center’s Treatment with Supportive Housing Program in Los Angeles is for clients seeking an immersive psychological treatment experience who want to reside in a supportive, recovery-based living environment. The Treatment with Supportive Housing Program allows clients to take time out from their family dynamics, stressful work or school environment and social and recreational life so they can focus all of their energies on healing. The Treatment with Supportive Housing Program combines a safe living environment with over 40 hours per week of psychological treatment, holistic and recreation activities, and healthy living activities. The Treatment with Supportive Housing Program represents an opportunity for people experiencing significant emotional and/or mental distress to temporarily remove themselves from stressful and/or less supportive environments and immerse themselves in a structured and emotional supportive experience enabling them to build and/or rebuild healthy patterns and lifestyles.
The Treatment with Supportive Housing Program has a minimum duration of four weeks, with an average length of treatment of 60-90 days. All Treatment with Supportive Housing clients receive regular consultation with their treatment team to determine the length of stay that is most conducive to their long-term success. PCH Treatment Center feels very strongly that longstanding psychological issues, many of which are rooted in childhood developmental disruptions, cannot be “fixed” in an 8-10 day treatment cycle. Accordingly, we believe that profound psychological challenges and maladaptive behavior patterns require more than outpatient treatment.