Specialized Care For Each Individual
Our team of highly skilled professionals have extensive experience with even the most severe cases. We won’t give up on you.
About Treatment: Mission & Treatment Philosophy
Our mission at New Roads Behavioral Health is to foster the development of happy individuals. The people that participate in our treatment programs have integrity. When learning about treatment and the recovery process at New Roads, you will find a great deal of focus on research and we are very results based. They are responsible, self-sufficient and actively contribute to a better future for themselves and the community. The journey to a healthy life begins with our affordable programs that are specially designed with each of our clients in mind.
Young adults challenged with substance abuse, mental health, personality disorders and other psychological and behavioral problems can experience a great deal of pain as they try to face each day. Our motivation comes from hope that every one can have a happy, healthy and successful life with a little help from those who care. Our team of therapeutic professionals aims to help each and every person that enters our rehab facility.
We view treatment a little differently.
Using our combined years of experience, leadership, and research, we believe we’ve created something better than your average “rehab.” We focus on treating our clients as whole and complex people, and helping them find and develop their identities, both as individuals and as members of a community. Our research-based treatment models combine the latest in addiction science with a cultivated community atmosphere, allowing us to guide clients through the recovery process with both efficiency and compassion.
Individualized care for every client
Recovery isn’t just about getting sober–it’s about learning healthy mental, emotional, and social coping skills, and solidifying those skills into habits. Undiagnosed mental health conditions or unresolved traumas often play a part in addiction as well, and it can take time for clients and their therapists to address these root causes. Each client is assessed individually, in order to determine their ideal length of stay in the program.
We focus on dual diagnosis.
Studies have shown that over 60% of addicts also have a mental health or personality disorder. Living with an undiagnosed mental health condition can make an individual’s life stressful, difficult, or even dangerous, and many turn to drugs and alcohol to escape.
Dual diagnosis is a methodology that treats addiction and mental health as connected and works to address both ends of the problem. Recognizing substance abuse as a symptom, and treating the underlying causes along with the addiction itself, gives our clients the best chance of getting–and staying–sober.
Substance Abuse Resources
SAMHSA’s Store offers publications and materials on prevention and treatment of substance abuse and mental illness
is a public education effort to bring more awareness of substance abuse treatment issues to communities
offers a library of information on Substance Abuse
Al-Anon (and Alateen for younger members) offers help for family members of alcoholics. Website includes information on group meetings.
A free membership organization for individuals with a desire to stop drinking. Website includes information on the organization and how to find a meeting.
Provides information on alcohol and drug basics, including resources for children and teens, adults, parents in recovery, and relatives and other caregivers.
A free membership organization for individuals with a desire to stop using cocaine and other illicit substances.
Helps families whose lives have been adversely affected by a loved one’s addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Provides information and assistance to children and families affected by alcoholism and other drug dependencies. Website includes State and local resources.
Helps individuals affected by substance abuse. Website includes information on the prevention, intervention, and treatment of substance abuse.
Provides information and publications based on recent drug abuse research findings in order to improve substance abuse prevention, treatment, and policy.
Dedicated to eliminating birth defects caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy and to improving the quality of life for those affected by fetal alcohol syndrome/fetal alcohol effect.
Public Health Data
Information on drug use statistics listed alphabetically by drug name or type.
Teen survey and substance abuse statistics along with resources and other information.
A listing of sites with surveys, assessments, and trends concerning substance abuse.
Organization at the University of Maryland at College Park who performs research to combat the problems caused by drug use.
This center at the University of Miami was created to conduct treatment research on adolescent drug abuse.
This organization performs alcohol-related research.
This group’s purpose is to study substance use disorders and substance abuse.
The mission of this program is to fund policy research in the hope of reducing the harm caused by alcohol and substance abuse.
Information on many of the common street drugs.
A site all about what meth is and meth addiction.
Photos and information regarding common illegal drugs.
Professional Associations and Organizations
A national group that addresses problems of drug dependence and abuse.
An association that serves addition counselors, educators, and health care professionals who work in the field of addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery.
The purpose of this group is to support the development of alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment programs throughout every state.
The goal of this association is to make advances in substance abuse education and research.
Organization that promotes harm reduction policies and practices worldwide regarding dangerous drugs.
Journals and Other Publications
A journal of peer-reviewed research reports on tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
A monthly publication with tips and information covering a variety of substance abuse-related topics.
An online newsletter that summarizes research on alcohol, drugs, and health.
A site that connects people seeking treatment to those who can help.
A searchable listing of drug treatment facilities in the USA.
This site provides information and treatment resources for many types of addiction.
A network of independent addiction treatment facilities.
Information on this national group and where to find meetings.
Substance abuse treatment resources and information for parents.
An agency that develops materials and programs on drug use and its impact.
Organization that provides education for parents to help them raise alcohol and drug-free kids.
Site provides parents and caregivers with the tools needed to raise drug-free children.
A peer-to-peer education and activism organization that is dedicated to preventing destructive decisions such as drug and alcohol use.
Site helps teens and young adults understand the pressures and influences they face daily and how to make positive life choices.
This organization provides support to institutions of higher education in their fight against alcohol abuse, drug abuse, and violence.
This group supports community-based efforts to advance alcohol and drug policies.
This group provides educational information to help young people make informed decisions to be substance-free.
Page from the American Academy of Pediatrics with information for parents on substance abuse prevention.
Transitional living patients that remained drug and alcohol free
Graduates of the treatment program that avoided relapse
Relapsed graduates re-entered treatment program and recovered
Recovery Is Possible
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