New Beginnings

What Can You Expect?

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment at New Beginnings is catered to fit the individual needs of our clients. Services include a diverse array of specialities including Psychiatry, Counseling, EMDR, trauma specialization, PCIT and more! The goal is for clients to establish a healthy routine and support system while in treatment so that the only change they make when leaving treatment is their geographical location.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP)

IOP is designed for individuals who require additional support after they complete residential treatment or for those individuals who may not need a higher level of care. The primary focus of our IOP program is to allow clients to reintegrate back into their daily routine, while providing them with a supportive environment in which they learn to use their newly acquired coping skills. While clients receive daily individual and group psychotherapy sessions, they have ample time to obtain employment, attend school, participate in community support meetings, establish a healthy support system, and practice good self-care.

Addiction Treatment Program

This program is to treat not only the substance abuse, but the underlying issues such as depression, anxiety, or trauma that drive the drug addiction. Our drug treatment program is designed to allow clients to reintegrate back into their daily routine, while providing them with the structure and support necessary to maintain recovery. The substance abuse program provides clients with the necessary support to deal with the stressors they will experience when they return home after treatment.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

This program is to treat not only the substance abuse, but the underlying issues such as depression, anxiety, or trauma that drive the drug addiction. Our drug treatment program is designed to allow clients to reintegrate back into their daily routine, while providing them with the structure and support necessary to maintain recovery. The substance abuse program provides clients with the necessary support to deal with the stressors they will experience when they return home after treatment. The goal is for clients to establish a healthy routine and support system while in treatment so that the only change they make when leaving treatment is their geographical location.

Congratulations, you have taken the first step towards your health and reaching your wellness goals! We are honored to be a part of your journey.

Appointment Types

Over the phone
One-on-One live video
In-person onsite

Initial Intake

You can expect to meet one-on-one with an intake specialist to go over your previous medical history and identify needs for treatment. This may include counseling services, prescribed medications or refferal to other treatment services.

Treatment Plan

You will meet one-on-one with a therapist to develop your course of treatment, treatment goals and next steps to begin treatment.

Psychiatric Evaluation

You will meet with a Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner to discuss your mental health history, assess diagnosis, and provide necessary medical treatment including medication management.

Blood work, Urine Toxicology, Pharmacogenetic testing

It is a required component of treatment. It is most common for tests to be done monthly and monitored on-site. In rare circumstances, we may refer testing off-site.

Be an active participant

As a patient, you are required to be an active participant in your treatment. We require you to attend treatment plan and care coordination follow-up appointments every quarter. You must be up-to-date with a treatment plan to be able to see a Psychiatrist.