We don’t just treat addiction – we treat people. If you or a loved one you know abuses alcohol or drugs, please give us a call. We can help.
At New Day, we offer different paths to recovery. One is an evidence-based treatment where a group of certified and licensed professionals create individualized plans based on you or your loved one’s needs. It will most likely be a blend of standard group and individual therapy sessions based on clinical evidence and medical research. Another path is more holistic, meaning the care involves incorporating Native American healing techniques in the recovery plan. It’s a cornerstone of New Day’s treatment. It’s a spiritualistic approach that can work for Native and non-Native clients. While the Native American method of healing is optional, it focuses on connecting people to their higher power, whomever that higher power may be. Care is further divided into youth and adult programs, maintaining two separate and distinct lines of treatment.
Please click on any of the programs listed below to find out more information about what services we offer for adults at New Day.
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse Assessments
- Mental Health Center Adult Day Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient
- Outpatient Treatment
- Peer Support Specialist Program
- Treatment Courts
- Adult III.1 Female Recovery Home
- Act/Prime for Life
- *Parenting Classes
*We are excited to announce Abby Mellum and Angel Bayya will be co-facilitating a parenting class called Nurturing Parenting for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery. Registry is open. The deadline to register and pay is: Oct. 16, 2020. The cost is $225 and due by the registration deadline. Classes start Oct. 23, 2020. Classes are intended to fulfill court ordered requirements for those referred to parenting classes. The classes are a 12-week closed group, meaning everyone starts and ends at the same time. Click the link above or here for more information and to register!
Do you or someone you know struggle with drug use or abuse?
To learn more about the physical, psychological, and behavioral warning signs of drug abuse and addiction please click the link below.
Native American Cultural Enrichment Activities
All activities are optional. To learn more about each of these Native American Cultural Enrichment activities please select the title of the activity from above to be taken to a dedicated page within our website.