Treatment Services
How We Can Help

Our program philosophy views substance abuse as a primary disease. Various best and evidenced-based practices are used.


New Directions offers the following services, which are determined based off of completion of an assessment at our facility:

  • Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
    • Outpatient and Residential Programs
  • Home-based Therapy/Recovery Support Services
  • Recovery Housing
  • Parent Education Program
  • Recovery App and Coaching
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Urine Drug Screens
  • Mental Health Assessment and Counseling
  • Psychiatric Assessment and Medication Management
Identify Substance Abuse or Mental Health Disorder

We offer the following Levels of Care treatment identified by American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria:

Non-Intensive Outpatient Program
Intensive Outpatient Program
Residential for Dual Diagnosis Conditions (Gender Specific)

**If your child is currently involved in treatment services, our Intake Coordinator can determine the next steps upon review of current treatment documents.**

Treatment Modalities:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Family Systems Therapy
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Reality Therapy
  • Strengths-Based Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy
Individual Treatment Programs

Individual Treatment Programs strive to aid the adolescent, adults and families in understanding:

  • The impact of substance use both on the client, their relationships, and values.
  • The strategies that can enhance the client’s ability to master developmental tasks.
  • The importance of education for young people in early recovery.
  • The ability that a young person has in coping with social / emotional issues as sobriety is maintained.
New Directions

Long-Term Goals for clients served by New Directions:

  • Abstinence from mood altering substances.
  • Academic completion and obtaining employment (high school graduation, vocational programs, college prep, or joining the workforce).
  • Limited, if any, involvement with the legal system.
  • Engagement in supportive family relationships and community involvement.