NPI Services and Programs

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Day Treatment and IOP services each provide a measured level of structure which is more than
traditional outpatient, yet far less restrictive than residential.

Both provide combinations of group, didactic and individual therapy in the context of a daily milieu treatment setting while utilizing the home environment as a support to the recovery plan. The scope, frequency, and duration of Day Treatment and IOP services are dependent upon a variety of factors, including insurance requirements and client need. Persons admitted to this level of care have a primary
diagnosis of chemical dependency. Clients may be referred to this level of care as part of a continuing care plan after leaving residential treatment. Clients may also be referred to this level of care when it is determined that outpatient counseling services are not intense enough to provide the support or structure necessary for the client. For either of these situations, the goal of this level of care is to provide the person served the necessary tools to develop a healthy, recovery oriented lifestyle. A long-term recovery plan is established for all clients, and may include additional counseling following completion of the Day Treatment/IOP episode. Appropriate psychiatric services referrals are made as necessary.

Court Referred Treatment:  New Paths welcomes referrals from various legal avenues. New Paths understand most crimes are committed while the individual is under the influence of substances or the crime is committed to support ones addiction. These behaviors do not have to define the individual. Clinical therapists assist clients with exploring alternative ways of living a holistic lifestyle without the use of substances and engaging in illegal behavior. Please contact New Paths for more information. 

Drug and Alcohol Treatment: New Paths offers on site drug and alcohol testing as part of the treatment process. Drug and alcohol testing is a measure of accountability and free of charge to those in program. Fees are assessed for those who are court referred. 

Anger Management: Designed to help an individual decrease the heightened emotional and physiological arousal often associated with anger. Individuals identify stressors and are taught how to control reactions and respond in a socially appropriate manner. Classes are 1x weekly for 6 weeks. There is a fee for the course. Please contact New Paths for more information. en the primary therapist and the referring agency/officer is key to effective client participation.

PREA Compliance

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) was passed in 2003.  The purpose of the act was to “provide for the analysis of the incidence and effects of prison rape in Federal, State, and local institutions and to provide information, resources, recommendations and funding to protect individuals from prison rape.”

New Paths has zero tolerance towards all forms of sexual abuse and harassment.  All sexually assaultive behavior within the program shall be reported to local law enforcement for investigation and prosecution.

 

Outpatient services consist of assessment, treatment planning, group and individual therapy, peer-led recovery support, based on the needs of the client.

 

Short and long term safe and supportive housing for individuals in recovery. Referred by Region 10 Access. Individuals must participate in treatment services and be involved in various recovery pathways. Individuals can seek employment, attend school and must refrain from using mood altering substances.

A 24 hour, seven day per week, controlled, supervised environment in which persons served reside and receive intensive treatment from specially trained counseling staff.

The goal of this program is to interrupt the client’s harmful involvement with alcohol or other drugs, and begin to establish a recovery lifestyle. Residential treatment consists of designated medical and clinical staff members that provide a planned regime of professionally directed assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation services.  This service functions under a set of policies and procedures and is provided within a permanent facility that is licensed for residential care. Treatment services include a range of therapeutic interventions, modalities, and approaches within a single therapeutic environment. Persons admitted to this level of care have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Because the client leaves familiar surroundings where negative behavior patterns are established and reinforced, the likelihood of learning more productive behaviors is enhanced in residential treatment. Residential services are designed to interrupt harmful involvement with alcohol or other drugs, and to help the person develop a plan to achieve permanent changes in his or her life. In addition, the services provide appropriate levels of medical monitoring for those clients experiencing the need for sub-acute detoxification.  Appropriate psychiatric services referrals are made as necessary.

The Sobering facility provides a safe environment designed to meet the needs of intoxicated individuals for up to 23 hours. Walk Ins, hospital, law enforcement and community referrals are accepted 24/7.  If the client wishes to enter treatment, staff will coordinate for screening through ACCESS for identification of the next level of care. The Population served are men and women who are at least 18 years of age presenting with a substance use disorder diagnosis.

Social detoxification is provided in the residential treatment setting for those clients experiencing withdrawal symptoms. These clients do not require hospitalization to manage their symptoms, but do require structured 24-hour supervision and appropriate medical/clinical intervention. Medications, as approved by the Clients physician of record, may be used, and, as with all medications, that are individually prescribed. These clients are mainstreamed into standard residential therapy activities when deemed appropriate. The average length of stay for social detoxification is 23 hours and is considered a temporary bridge to additional services in conjunction with the area Hospitals and Medical Centers.