Seton Shoal Creek Hospital Daily Living Program (Partial Hospitalization)

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Helping patients increase functioning and stability in their daily lives

The Daily Living Program of Seton Shoal Creek Hospital is a partial hospitalization treatment designed for acute mental health patients who do not need a hospital stay but require more than typical outpatient services or periodic visits to their therapists. Our program offers group therapy, individualized treatment and enrichment activities to help patients gain a new level of independence and acquire coping skills they can immediately practice in their everyday lives.

Patients come for treatment for a full day and return home after completion, minimizing impact to their daily routine. The program can serve as an alternative to inpatient hospitalization or as a transitional step between the hospital and a residential setting.

Patient referrals

Contact the Daily Living Program Community Liaison Coordinator to begin the referral process. Our coordinator will meet personally with each case manager or social worker to understand the needs and to identify the appropriate referrals. Please call:

Dana McFarland-Glosson
512-835-0500 office
512-539-9574 cell

Program curriculum includes:

  • diagnosis education
  • medication education
  • symptoms vs. side effects
  • relaxation/stress management
  • anger management
  • healthy relationships
  • co-occurring disorders
  • life skills
  • psychiatric relapse
  • conflict management
  • confidence building


The Daily Living Program provides transportation to and from the program site. Each van is driven by our own behavioral health technicians.


Morning snack and lunch provided.


8500 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Bldg 4, Ste 150
Austin, Texas 78754


512-835-0502 Fax


Weekdays: 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Saturdays*: 9 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.
Sundays: Closed

The Daily Living Program is a department of Seton Shoal Creek Hospital.

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