Each client is assigned to a qualified professional counselor who will guide the client through an individualized treatment program. Together, they will work toward the recognition of the problems caused by chemical dependency—physical, emotional, social, mental and spiritual. Clients go to at least two individual counseling sessions per week where their individual issues are identified and addressed.
The treatment process confronts issues with gentle, nurturing dignity. As people grow through recovery, a new freedom and joy—a “new life” - in living are experienced. The shame and guilt that had been so pervasive drop away and are replaced by inner peace and a desire to give to others. Relationships flourish. Sharing becomes a joy. Recovery becomes self-perpetuating and growth continues in directions unimagined. Sobriety is experienced as much or more than abstinence. This is the vision held out to those walking in a new-found strength in recovery at New Life Treatment Center.
Components of the Treatment Program include:
Dual diagnosis clients are accepted if mental health issues are being addressed independently and do not interfere with chemical dependency treatment goals. Every week, we open our facility to family members (ages 12 and up) to encourage them to participate in individual counseling, family groups, lectures, and videos.
Public Assistance coverage is accepted, however,
New Life Treatment Center is not a Medicare provider. Insurance coverage
will be verified before admission. Follow-up care for New Life Treatment Center
clients will be included at no extra charge.
To seek help or make a referral, call New Life Treatment Center at 507-777-4321.
Rules for acceptance and participation in our program are the same for everyone regardless of race, color, sex, handicap or national origin.