“Find behavioral health treatment for substance abuse, depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions at New Roads. There is hope, we can help.”
New Roads behavioral health programs are results driven and heavily researched to provide long-term recovery. Take the next step to get the help you need for a more fulfilled, happy and independent life.
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“Find treatment for substance abuse, depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions at New Roads. There is hope, we can help.”
Are you on the right road?Find more information about the residential and outpatient treatment programs at New Roads Behavioral Health. Each program is customized to each individual clients' needs.
Young Adult Addiction Treatment
Pathways To Healing For Men (PaTH)
Residential treatment program for young adult men ages 18-28. It’s an individualized, holistic, and effective residential program, with an emphasis on substance abuse counseling and dual diagnosis.
Treatment For Borderline Personality Disorder or Addiction
Woman’s Road to Healing (WoRTH)
Residential program for women that utilizes evidence-based treatment methods, such as dual diagnosis and DBT, to help young women ages 18-28 with severe conditions like borderline personality disorder.
Comprehensive Psychiatric Care – Restoring Independence
New Roads to Healing (NoRTH)
Helps young adults whose development has been impacted by mental health concerns. It supports and guides them as they achieve new levels of independence and personal fulfillment.
Outpatient and Aftercare
An ongoing support for a sober life focused on mental health and substance abuse treatment, this program is targeted toward individuals that are in their final phases of transitional treatment, or those who do not require inpatient care.
Find new roads to a better, healthy life
New Roads offers a therapeutic recovery center for young adults facing substance abuse, mental health concerns, behavioral and other psychological challenges.
Behavioral health treatment that works
Dr. Kevin McCauley conducted a study of 529 days with 24 residents of the New Roads treatment program in 2013 that saw an abstinence rate of 99.6 sober days out of 100. Of those who graduated from the residential treatment center, 95% were drug and alcohol free. All residents who relapsed returned immediately and successfully reestablished their sobriety.
Gold Quality Approval
Recovery is possible.
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