“I’m here to tell you that if you get broken, it’s possible to put yourself back together. I’m here to tell you that if you get lost, it’s possible that a light will come, dancing, on the horizon, to lead you home.” –Nick Lake
Established in 2005, New Hope Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program, Inc. (NHDATPI) is a California-based, non-profit organization serving adolescents and adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
Our Commitment: Treating Your Addiction, Handing You Your Life Back
We offer person-centered, researched-based treatment programs designed to promote faster recovery and enhance the person’s overall physical and psychological well-being. Overcoming addiction isn’t always easy, but it IS possible. Whether you or someone you know is struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction, we are here to help. We are here to help you overcome your addiction and regain control over your life.
Our Mission and Vision
The mission of the New Hope Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program, Inc. (NHDATPI) is to enhance and enrich the quality of life of Los Angeles County residents by: Providing Drug and Alcohol Prevention, Recovery and Treatment Services; Supporting Youth Leadership and Development; Providing Child and Family Services; Housing Referrals; and Participation in Collaborative Actions with Other Health and Human Services Providers and Institutions.
To be the premier provider of substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services in the state of California county of Los Angeles, we will treat our participants/patients with dignity and respect in all phases of the continuum of care experience. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities. Our employees will keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work. Trained professionals and volunteers providing help, hope, and healing.
We Are Here to Help
You’re not alone in your struggle to overcome addiction. We are here to help you. For more information about our organization and services, call us at 323-750-2850.
If you are experiencing a drug or alcohol-related crisis, or if you are concerned for someone you know, call 211 for 24/7, toll-free, confidential assistance. You may also contact the following substance abuse hotlines: +1-800-347-8998 (Cocaine Anonymous), +1-800-736-9805 (Families Anonymous), or +1-800-622-2255 (National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Hopeline).