The PaTH Provo Residential Program
Many young adults struggle with addiction and often suffer from comobid mental health conditions that make it easy to become addicted and difficult to quit. Pathways to healing (PaTH) is a dual-diagnosis treatment program designed for men whose lives have been affected by substance abuse. By putting individuals in the driver’s seat of their own recovery we encourage the growth of coping strategies, life skills, and self-reliance—helping our clients become the best versions of themselves.
This Program Includes:
12-Step Group Meetings
Random Drug Testing
24/7 Staff Availability
Relapse Prevention Planning
We offer semi-independent apartment living, life skills training, education and internship opportunities, and more—all geared toward ensuring a healthy, successful, sober future.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
The term dual diagnosis treatment has been usurped recently. New Roads, with the on-site and full-time psychiatric care, provides true ASAM-defined Dual Diagnosis Enhanced (DDE) treatment. Dr. David Mee-Lee of ASAM served as an advisor in the design of PaTH to help ensure it was truly DDE, able to treat some mental health problems concurrently with SUD.
Given this, New Roads offers psychiatric care to its PaTH clients. New Roads also offers MAT (Medical Assisted Treatment), including Suboxone, Indivior, Vivitrol, Oral Naltrexone, etc. Some of these medications can be used to ease the discomfort of detoxification, increasing likelihood of patient retention.
New Roads, drawing from management’s experience, provides SUD treatment specifically designed to address the particular needs of an emerging adult population. Particularly utilizing therapeutic community or peer-driven approaches. Evidence supports peer-driven protocols for a young adult population, who naturally respond better to feedback from one another than older adults – a holdover from adolescence.
Life skill modules are offered to help young adult clients better manage life’s requirements. Family is also strongly integrated since most clients in this age group are still heavily reliant upon family support.
New Roads uniquely offers mindfulness-based SUD treatment, which is also supported as an evidence-based treatment. Staff members are trained in Mindfulness Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE), which is a proven SUD treatment approach developed at the University of Utah.
About Our Program
New Roads works closely with the community to ensure proper collaboration for its PaTH clients. New Roads is Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) certified. Staff work closely with the jails, courts, and Drug Courts. New Roads has formed strong relationships with businesses in the area to help secure employment for clients. Further, New Roads maintains collaborative relationships with payers, psychiatric hospitals, emergency rooms, law enforcement, etc.
- This program accepts clients 365 days per year.
- Admissions are preferred Monday through Friday to ensure adequate and quick intervention. However, New Roads understands that weekend admissions are sometimes unavoidable.
- Residential anticipated LOS is 21 -28 days.
- PHP anticipated LOS is 3-4 weeks.
- Basic medical services are offered by a Physician’s Assistant one day a week at the Provo facility.
Active, Positive, Growth-Oriented Community
During residential treatment, we encourage our clients to practice maintaining healthy, balanced lifestyle. In addition to addiction, self-harm, and other destructive habits, many adults struggle with rigid thinking patterns. These hamper our ability to learn, change, and progress. Creative expression, thought exercises, and physical activity can help break this rigidity, allowing our clients to achieve greater emotional freedom and growth.
A Continuum of Care for Lasting Healing
Our team members are highly skilled in a variety of therapeutic modalities and techniques. We use a combination of evidence-based treatment methods, including dual diagnosis and individually tailored treatment to meet your specific needs.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Motivational Interviewing
- Psychiatric Oversight
Who Says Treatment Can’t Be Fun?
- Three recreational sessions a week
- Basketball, volleyball, table tennis, pool, ping pong, and foosball
- Access to books, television, and video games
- Open spaces for jogging, skateboarding, and other outdoor recreation
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