Drug and alcohol addiction is a complex illness, especially for young teens. The earlier the drug/alcohol abuse begins, the more likely it will become a serious issue throughout their adult life. Achieving and maintaining long-term sobriety requires far more than involved parenting.
The New Foundation program is specifically designed for youth, ages 11-17, struggling with drug and alcohol use and addiction. This comprehensive program includes individual, group, and family counseling with Master’s level therapists. Each child will have an individual care plan addressing specific needs and strengths, empowering them to make healthy choices to becoming and remaining sober, while inspiring them to continue on this path when they leave the treatment program.
The New Foundation Team Incorporates Evidence-Based Treatment Modalities Such As:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Trauma Informed Care
Forward Thinking Interactive Journaling
Substance Abuse – Residential:
Substance Abuse residential care provides a low teen-to-staff ratio, 24-hour supervision and intensive therapeutic treatment. Residential care provides the most support possible, outside of a hospital, to assure safety and treatment of severe substance abuse issues causing significant conflict in a child’s ability to participate in their home, school, or the community.
Features Of The Residential Program:
Individualized Treatment planning
Safe, comfortable home-like environment
Quality education from an onsite accredited school
Supported and supervised 24 hours a day by trained behavioral health staff
Quality healthcare from licensed medical professionals
Nursing support and medication management 24 hours
Oversight from a specialized adolescent psychiatrist
Healthy, nutritional meals approved by licensed dietitians
Recreational activities including onsite swimming.
Weekly therapy with trained therapy dogs.
Art therapy, forward thinking journaling, and self-reflection activities.
Connected to community-based supports to establish long-term recovery.
Discharge planning and assistance with step down services.