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Accredited care for substance use disorders.

Our approach to treatment is comprehensive and integrated, addressing every problem associated with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions.

You can be carefully guided through drug and alcohol withdrawal during treatment at New Directions, and you'll learn vital skills that will support your long-term recovery.

We put the needs of our clients first and provide all-inclusive treatment options. Our ultimate objective is to recognize the difficulties, worries, and issues associated with substance abuse and mental health disorders in order to offer all of our patients qualified therapeutic treatment.


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A full-size basketball court, game room, fitness center, yoga and meditation room, and other amenities may be found at our recently renovated treatment facility.

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New Directions has been featured in a number of news publications throughout the Country making us a local facility network with national recognition.

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“Addiction is just a way of trying to get at something else. Something bigger. Call it transcendence if you want, but it’s like a rat in a maze. We all want the same thing. We all have this hole. The thing you want offers relief, but it’s a trap.

– Tess Callahan

Safe and Secure Treatment

At New Directions, addiction treatment includes a variety of therapies designed to aid clients in making a complete, long-lasting recovery. Each person is affected by addiction differently for a variety of reasons. We provide a range of therapies to deal with this issue.

Some of the most common therapies offered include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Yoga
  • 12-step support group therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Holistic Treatment

Treatment Programs

Recovery from addiction involves both good mental and behavioral improvements and physical abstinence. Since our thoughts affect our actions, therapy and counseling are obviously crucial to the recovery process and the treatment of addiction in rehab. For those who are battling substance addiction or alcohol use disorder (AUD), there are many different kinds of addiction treatment programs available. Some of the most typical forms of addiction treatment are as follows:

Medical Detox

An important first step in recovering from drug or alcohol addiction is medical detoxification, sometimes known as medical detox. Medical alcohol detox is absolutely necessary because, in some cases, alcohol withdrawal can be fatal. All people who have displayed symptoms of both physical and psychological reliance on a substance should undergo medical drug detox.

Residential Programs

For individuals whose addictions have seriously compromised their ability to function, residential treatment programs, often known as inpatient drug treatment programs, are available. Patients who need more stability than they can get at home can also benefit from it. Patients at this level reside on-site or nearby to their treatment. Treatment is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Partial Hospitalization Program

The acute, regulated environment of inpatient therapy and the independence of outpatient treatment are connected by a partial hospitalization program (PHP). According to research, PHPs are more cost-effective than inpatient or residential settings in significantly reducing the symptoms of substance use disorders and mental health issues.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Patients and their teams must use the best treatments when they are needed in order to effectively manage drug and alcohol addiction. An intensive outpatient treatment program strikes a compromise between the strictness of organized treatment and the adaptability of an outpatient setting in the treatment of addiction. Patients can move from inpatient or partial hospitalization to more independent settings, such as outpatient treatment, in an IOP program.

Outpatient Programs

You must select whether you will commit to an inpatient or outpatient program if you have accepted that you are battling with a dependency, whether it be to alcohol, opiates, or another substance. An inpatient treatment program, as the name implies, entails physically residing in a facility during the initial phases of recovery. Although inpatient programs have many advantages, they are sometimes out of reach for people who cannot make the necessary commitments.

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Meet The Staff

Meet the people that run New Directions

Carly Powers

Director of Operations

Paul Sullivan

Financial Assistant

Rebecca Wentworth

Head of Nursing

Patrick Amos

HR Director

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