We provide partial hospitalization and outpatient programs to help individuals with psychiatric conditions and/or chemical dependencies who are experiencing moderate to severe symptoms, transition from the hospital to home, or to avoid hospitalization or in-patient treatment. Individuals will learn how to deal with their illnesses, with individual counseling and working together in a safe and private setting.
We’re open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Contact us at (626) 397-2329.
Adaptable, Person-Centered Treatment to Meet Patient Needs
Our programs use a Trauma-Informed, Person Centered, and Recovery Oriented framework to create personalized treatment plans tailored to the individual’s needs. We are committed to your recovery by providing the tools and therapeutic support needed to maintain long-term sobriety and/ or reach your desired level of functioning. Once the team has established the treatment plan and goals, the individual can begin their journey to recovery.
Our highly-trained team includes:
- Medical Director (Board-Certified Psychiatrist)
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Registered Nurses
The Della Martin Center’s Levels of Care
The Della Martin Center offers two levels of care: a five day a week Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and a three day a week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to provide patients dealing with drug, alcohol or mental health challenges evidence-based care in a supportive, safe and therapeutic setting. Our program will get to the heart of the underlying issues of addiction and address mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, OCD, bipolar and schizophrenia. We provide individual help and the tools needed for our clients to integrate back into the community, with enhanced understanding, skills and a plan.
Care is provided in an environment that respects individuals and supports their strengths and identified goals. Patients are included in their individualized treatment plan. Personal needs are assessed and reassessed by a multidisciplinary team including physician, psychiatric nurses, and psychotherapists. Psychoeducation and awareness of patients’ rights are an essential part of the treatment process. All patients participate on a voluntary basis, or with consent from Probate Code or Lanterman-Petris-Short Act (LPS) conservators in accordance with applicable law.
(PHP/IOP) Availability and In-Network Insurers
Most major insurance groups are accepted including Medicare. Unfortunately, currently, we do not except clients with straight Medi-Cal. Cash pay options are available, call (626) 397-2329 with additional questions or concerns regarding coverage and out-of-pocket expenditures.
Contact us with any questions at (626) 397-2329