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Our Programs

“Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Customized Recovery Plan

At New Hope Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program, Inc., we recognize that no two people are alike and that everyone has different circumstances and needs. For this reason, we offer customized recovery plans for all of our clients. We offer a full complement of treatment options to each client’s personal needs.

Our services include:

  • Assessment
    In order to determine your needs, we will conduct a thorough Assessment of your situation first. This will allow us to better understand your situation and which treatment programs are best suited to address your substance abuse issues.
  • Outpatient Services
    Often, a mild substance abuse problem caught in the early phases can be treated in an outpatient setting. Through our Outpatient Services, we offer drug and alcohol treatment sessions which can be scheduled during various times throughout the week. Through this, we enable our clients to continue with their day-to-day responsibilities and continue living at home, while receiving the care and support they need.
  • Youth Services
    Sadly, addiction can affect anyone – even teens and young adults. For this reason, we offer our services to clients as young as 12 years old. Through our Youth Services, we strive to help the youth overcome their addiction and get their lives back on track.
  • Case Management
    We offer Case Management services for our clients, which involves patient assessment, care coordination, and advocacy for services and treatment options. With our help, we help patients and their families get all of the support that they need by identifying available resources and advocating for their wellness.
  • Individual Counseling
    Individual Counseling, also known as psychotherapy, involves working one-on-one with a trained mental health professional in a confidential, safe environment. During individual counseling, our therapists can help you understand and accept your addiction; identify healthy coping strategies; encourage abstinence through life-affirming techniques; and more.
  • Family Counseling
    Addiction doesn’t just affect the user – it can affect the people in their life too. For this reason, we offer Family Counseling services to support the parents, siblings, and other family members of someone struggling with an addiction. Family counseling allows family members to better understand what their loved one is going through and how they can help in their recovery. It also provides them with a source of support during difficult times.
  • Support Group
    We offer different Support Groups to help newly recovering individuals and those in long-term recovery. Drug and alcohol addiction support groups can benefit individuals who are still in rehab, as well as those who are transitioning back into their lives after treatments. In a support group, you can share your story and learn from the experiences of others.
  • Transportation Services-Youth
    If you don’t have access to transportation, don’t worry! We offer Transportation Services for our young clients who need help getting to and from our facility.

We Practice Compassion

Overcoming an addiction is not an easy process. It takes hard work and patience. NHDATPI is here to provide all of the resources and support that you need to overcome your struggles and start living a healthier, happier life.

For more details about our services, call us at 323-750-2850. For a comprehensive evaluation of your needs, we invite you to Schedule an Assessment now.

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).