The New Life Recovery Centers Day Treatment program is designed for clients who need a step down program after Residential Treatment and do not meet the criteria for detoxification level of care, but need more structure than Intensive Outpatient Treatment program provides. All clients in New Life’s Day Treatment Program attend groups up to six days a week for a minimum of 6 hours a day.
In the New Life Day Treatment program clients have a supportive home environment or the ability to effectively establish a supportive outside network conducive to abstinence are able to live outside the New Life Recovery system. For those who do not have a living situation conducive to maintaining sobriety while in the Day Treatment program, we recommend the client live in a New Life Sober Living home to create a consistent care environment. Living in a Sober Living environment while in our Day Treatment program will increase chances of successful recovery from drug or alcohol dependency. Day Treatment is a highly structured program and effective for many clients.
Before entering the New Life Day Treatment Program, clients undergo a thorough assessment to determine if Day Treatment is the best treatment program for their level of dependency. Family is asked to participate in the Day Treatment program in order to help build healthy relationships that support recovery.
We invite you to come take a look at our Day Treatment facility. For more questions about our Day Treatment program, please feel free to give us a call 1-866-894-6572.
If you need help, New Life is here to support you on your journey to recovery.
Day Treatment Program Components
- Clinical Assessment and Evaluation
- Individual Treatment Plans
- Individual and Group Counseling
- AOD Psycho Educational Groups
- Identifying Self-Sabotaging Behaviors
- Identifying Triggers
- Process and Topic Groups
- Individual, Gender Specific Groups
- Chronic Relapse Prevention
- Peer to Peer Support
- Family Program
- Recreational Activities
- Transitional and Continuing Care Plans
- Introduction to Outside Community Support
- Coordination with Physician, Therapist, EAP, Unions, or Employers
- Coordination with other Outside Entities
- Court Liaison Services (if needed)
- Referral Services
- Free Lifetime Aftercare