Dominion Hospital
December 10, 2018

a long hallway with doors on the left side and art on the walls Falls Church, Va. (December 10, 2018) -- Dominion Hospital is pleased to announce the relocation of its Falls Church Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), situated less than one mile from the main hospital at 6565 Arlington Boulevard, Suite 506. With this relocation the Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and the Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) will be in one building allowing for more cohesive experience for adolescent patients and their families.

The new south-facing space features spacious group rooms and a community room with lots of natural light, SMART TVs in all patient care areas, and a state-of-the-art laptop cart for patients to access their school's eLearning site specially designed for Choices School Refusal Program patients.

a room with large windows and chairs set up in a circle Dominion Hospital's Choices Adolescent PHP is a short-term, intensive program serving adolescents ages 13 to 17. The program provides a flexible treatment option for those that may need a more gradual transition after an inpatient stay. PHP can also be used to prevent hospitalization by stabilizing behaviors before they require an inpatient level of care.

Program elements include psychoeducation, psychotherapy, expressive therapy, and adolescent psychopharmacology. The team works closely with loved ones to create an individualized care plan for each patient.

a woom with tables pushed together surrounded by chairs This new location is one of several expansion projects for Dominion Hospital. Recently, the Choices program opened another location in Chantilly, providing families even more access to flexible treatment options. In addition to new locations, the Choices team at Dominion Hospital has launched two new programs: School Refusal - focusing on the treatment of underlying causes of school avoidance struggles, and TraumaSci - an Adult Partial Hospitalization Program for those struggling with complex trauma disorders.

To schedule an assessment with a team member, call 703-538-2872.