Residential addiction treatment is available in different levels of intensity, with appropriateness being determined by individual need. Upon completion of withdrawal management (detox) rehab, New Day Recovery’s step-down treatment options allow clients to move from higher-intensity programs through outpatient counseling seamlessly.
Our high-intensity residential treatment facility provides the comforts of a full-time clinical staff and 24/7 inpatient care with access to groups, individual counseling sessions, doctors visits and court dates. Our low-intensity residential treatment program allows clients access to all the services that high-intensity treatment provides, as well as giving them the time and ability to hold a job and engage with the community. Find out which level of treatment is right for you by giving our admissions team a call for a free and confidential assessment today.
If you have insurance, part or all of your treatment is most likely covered. Follow the link to use your policy to pay for rehab.
In our residential program our clients receive:
Treatment modalities utilized include motivational enhancement, twelve-step facilitation, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, reality based interventions, and trauma informed care
Treatment services are aimed at developing a supportive social network, relapse prevention, improving mental health, improving personal wellness, making occupation/educational gains, and improving community living skills
Low counselor-client ratio
Licensed Clinical Counseling Staff
Daily recreation (outdoor and indoor equipment for recreation)
On-site nursing for medication education and management
24 High Intensity clinically managed residential treatment beds for adult males
30 Low Intensity residential treatment beds for adult males
Individualized, client-centered treatment planning
A minimum of 7 hours of treatment daily (combination of group counseling, individual counseling, case management, family counseling)
We embrace all recovery treatment modalities
Off-site activities (picnics, movies, etc.)
Primary care engagement