Based in Rome, Georgia, a small city nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, New Horizons Treatment Center offers Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) as well as traditional outpatient services for substance abuse. The facility has both methadone and Suboxone treatment and requires clients receiving them to attend a certain amount of group and individual therapy each month.
Treatment and Staff
The program at New Horizons Treatment Center begins with an initial evaluation with a professional counselor followed by a full physical from a medical doctor. From here, clients begin the program which offers daily dispensation of either methadone of Suboxone at the facility on weekdays from 5 to 11 am and Saturdays from 6 to 9 am. As mentioned, clients are required to attend at least two group sessions and two hours of individual therapy per month while they are taking part in the program. These sessions are led by LPCs and clients looking to expand their recovery into a more traditional outpatient program can attend as many of these sessions as they like. During their first several months in treatment, clients are also be required to take two drug screens per month to ensure their continued placement in the program. Therapy at New Horizons Treatment Center is CBT-based with an emphasis on Motivational Interviewing (MI) techniques. Twelve-step recovery principles are not incorporated and the facility is not equipped to treat dual diagnosis clients at this time.
In addition to these group and individual sessions, clients can also expect a variety of specialized courses and services offered by the facility, including a life skills training course, educational and vocational counseling and a family program. Clients can also count on receiving aftercare services that allow them to continue therapy indefinitely and take advantage of the New Horizons Treatment Center facility, after their MAT is completed.
New Horizons Treatment Center also places a major emphasis on HIV education, offering testing for HIV and other infectious diseases and also offers counseling and informational sessions for those looking to learn more about the disease.
While New Horizons Treatment Center is first and foremost a MAT facility, clients are still able to construct a working outpatient program at an affordable cost. While mandated to attend two group sessions and two hours of individual therapy a month, clients can expand this program as needed and construct a more intensive program if they desire. They can also expect additional classes and specialty sessions to address specific issues, as well as a family program and aftercare services following their treatment. While New Horizons Treatment Center is a modest facility in many ways, it nevertheless may be a good fit for a specific type of recovery.
New Horizons Treatment Center
36 Chateau Court NE
Rome, GA 30161
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