Addiction Medicine Partial Hospitalization Program (AMPHP)

Physical Address

Madigan Annex
Bldg. 9921B
Tacoma, WA 98431

Business Hours

Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed on Federal Holidays and Selected Training Holidays

Contact Information

Phone: (253) 968-0002
(253) 968-3032


Directions to Madigan Annex from Madigan Gate (I-5 Exit 122). Madigan Annex is located at East Johnson Street and McKinley Avenue. From Madigan Gate, continue on Jackson Avenue to third light, directly across the Madigan Army Medical Center Hospital Tower, and turn left onto Wilson Avenue. Continue on Madigan Bypass and turn on the first right towards McKinley Avenue. Follow past Special Forces Headquarters and turn right on E. Johnson Street for parking. Enter Madigan Annex through Ramp 3. AMPHP is in Building 9921B.


Substance abuse is a serious medical concern, adversely impacting the readiness and health of 2% of service members. The Addiction Medicine Partial Hospitalization Program (AMPHP) provides intensive outpatient drug and alcohol services to active duty service members struggling with addiction.

AMPHP provides services for a minimum of 9 hours per week (Level 2.1) for at least 30 days (an alternative to hospitalization) or 8 hours a day (Level 2.5) for two to four weeks as a step down program following release from hospitalization.

The AMPHP staff consists of a comprehensive multidisciplinary team of professionals which includes a psychiatrist, social worker, marriage and family therapists, mental health counselors, administrative leadership, support staff and more.

Treatment at the AMPHP includes evidence-based individual, group, family, and medication treatments for substance abuse. The treatment team uses a multi-disciplinary approach to develop each service member's plan of substance use recovery, including addressing needs for service members with multiple psychological health concerns. AMPHP services do not include acute drug and alcohol detoxification.

Addiction Medicine Partial Hospitalization Program Philosophy

Substance addiction/dependency is a progressive and chronic disease which is treatable. AMRTF treatment is focused on evidence-based behavioral interventions for reducing substance use, including motivational interviewing, 12-step recovery models, and other adjunct support therapies for treating addictions. This disease affects couples and families; therefore, our treatment approach emphasizes the importance of involving significant others together on the journey toward recovery.

Substance use disorders are detrimental to the military's operational readiness and command climate, and are inconsistent with the Army Values and the Warrior Ethos. The Army strives to be free from all effects of alcohol and drugs. Alcohol and drug use can seriously damage physical and mental health, jeopardize the safety of individuals and others, and can lead to criminal, disciplinary, and other administrative actions.

At the AMPHP, we offer military personnel the opportunity to engage in an intensive outpatient treatment regimen to become better educated about the disease and participate in treatment, while accepting responsibility for one's behavior.

Addiction Medicine Partial Hospitalization Program Objective

  • Increase service member fitness for duty and impact overall unit readiness
  • Provide intensive outpatient treatment services that focus on the needs of the individual service member, treating unique co-occurring disorders that may contribute to substance abuse dependencies, as well as emphasizing alcohol and drug abuse deterrence
  • Return to duty those personnel struggling with alcohol and substance use disorders who have the potential for continued military service
  • Provide therapeutic support to Service Members and their families to enhance a sober lifestyle within the family system

Rehabilitation Scope of Services

The AMPHP provides comprehensive biopsychosocial intake evaluations, and medical evaluation to patients. This includes the following services:

  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Individualized treatment planning
  • Individual/couples/marital counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Pharmacological management
  • Psycho-education classes
  • Community development and 12-step Programs
  • Aftercare resources
  • Mindfulness/relaxation

Referral Source

Entry into the AMPHP begins with enrollment in service specific substance abuse programs: SUDCC-Army, SARP-Navy, ADAPT-Air Force, and SACC-Marines.

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