Residential Treatment

At New Life Recovery Centers, clients receive the very best Residential Treatment for addiction and alcoholism. Our Residential Treatment program include realistic goal-oriented treatment planning, extensive one-on-one counseling, group therapy, informative and educational lectures, ongoing relapse prevention groups, and specific ongoing personalized treatment plans created for individual clients on a case-by-case basis.

While in our Residential Treatment program clients are transported to 12-Step meetings within the community as well as 12 step meetings are facilitated in the Residential Treatment program. Our clinical staff of professionals consists of certified CADAC counselors and psychologists. The competency levels of our clinical staff in our Residential Treatment program exceed international certification standards.

Our objective in the Residential Treatment program is for our clients to achieve and sustain long-term sobriety. Residential Treatment staff works with the clients as a closely coordinated team. Our Residential Treatment teaches clients the precise tools needed to becoming a self-sufficient and contributing member of Society. Problems are identified; strengths and weaknesses understood, and individual problem areas are highly focused on in Residential Treatment.

Family members are invited to be involved in much of the Residential Treatment program and encouraged to participate in family group. Family program groups are typically held on Saturdays at our Residential Treatment program.

New Life Recovery Centers assists clients in developing management skills that will not only assist them during the early stages of recovery, but during their continuing recovery.

Residential 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 Topics Groups
  • Individual, Gender Specific Groups
  • Chronic Relapse Prevention
  • Peer to Peer Support
  • Recreational Activities
  • Family Program
  • Individual, Gender Specific Groups
  • Transitional and Continuing Care Plans
  • Introduction to Outside Community Support
  • Coordination with Physicians and  Therapists
  • Coordination with Employers, EAP, or Unions
  • Coordination with other Outside Entities
  • Court Liaison Services (if needed)
  • Referral Services
  • Free Lifetime Aftercare