Primary Treatment Program
provide residential treatment services for adults age 18 and up. Upon entering treatment each client will participate in a thorough assessment. This helps our treatment team develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is unique to each person.
Phase One - Primary Treatment
This level of care offers group and one on one therapy, co-occurring education and screening, gender specific groups, family programming and individualized assignments.
Phase One - Co-Occurring
Our Co-occurring Track includes 45 days of residential care, specific groups, education and awareness, medication management and family programming specific to co-occurring. This track is managed by a LADC, Mental Health Professional, LPN and Program Director.
Phase Two - Extended Care
Our Extended Care is designed for those who need a slower paced treatment and is longer in duration; usually 45 to 90 days. This allows for better stabilization and the client is more prepared to manage their illness on an on-going basis.
Phase Three – Halfway House
After completing Phase One or Two, these clients are stable enough to actively seek employment, attend school and secure housing. These clients still attend a variety of therapeutic programming however individual schedules vary by client. There are a limited number of beds and the stay is usually 90 days.
Phase Four – Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
This level of care is for those who are assessed to have a stable home, transportation, supportive family and community involvement to participate in an intensive level of care without residing in the facility. It includes all the above program services and is 4 to 6 weeks in length.
New Visions Center has set aside special groups that address the specific needs of men and women in their recovery.
New Visions Center offers Family Programming for clients and their family members who are suffering from the negative effects of substance abuse and addiction.
Opiate treatment with Soboxone (Buprenorphine)
Our Medical Director, Dr. Gagne, has received her certification to prescribe Buprenorphine and taper the client off prior to discharge. Buprenorphine assisted withdrawal through Dr. Gagne is only used in conjunction with a residential stay here at New Visions Center. The goal here is to assist patients in staying in treatment and use this in conjunction with behavioral changes and addictions therapy.