New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient Reviews, Cost, Complaints

New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient

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The Basics

Located in the Salt Lake City suburb of  Cottonwood Heights, Utah, New Roads Behavioral Health is a broad organization which provides a range of treatment programs for clients struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. In addition to its more comprehensive residential treatment and transitional living programs, the company also offers flexible outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) as well.

Treatment and Staff

Before beginning a program, all clients go through an initial intake and assessment process to help the staff develop their treatment plans. While on-site detox services are not available, those in need can get referrals to nearby facilities as necessary. While general outpatient groups meet on a more flexible schedule, those in IOP typically meet at least three times a week for three hours per session.

Once stabilized, participants go through structured schedules of individual and group therapy rooted in evidence-based treatment practices including CBT, DBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI). Groups cover a number of different topics including life skills, meditation, mindfulness, emotional processing, interpersonal skills, anger management and psychoeducation. Participants are also regularly and randomly drug tested throughout the program.

Dual diagnosis support is available including medication management services whenever necessary. Though 12-step participation is not always required, clients are encouraged to attend off-site peer support groups in addition to therapy. The staff at New Roads Behavioral Health consists of MDs, psychiatrists, LCSWs, LMHCs, RNs and additional Master’s-level clinicians.

Extras

Other available programs include PRIME for Life for clients with a DUI/DWI, standalone drug and alcohol education groups and psychological assessments. Family therapy groups are also available. Finally, those completing a more intensive care plan can also work with staff members to develop stepped down aftercare plans as well.

In Summary

Overall, New Roads Behavioral Health is a balanced program which offers medical and psychiatric oversight to clients in early recovery. All treatment plans are individualized to suit each client’s needs and include evidence-based care, dual diagnosis support and flexible scheduling. Though the cost of these programs is likely to vary depending on each client’s insurance, those in the area seeking flexible treatment would do well by considering New Roads Behavioral Health’s outpatient plans.

New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient
2450 E Fort Union Blvd
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121

New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient Cost: Varies by insurance. Reach New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient at (888) 358-8998 or by email at [email protected]. Find New Roads Behavioral Health Outpatient on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube

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  1. Please beware of this facility. My name is Judy Wolf and my daughter Savannah Marie died there in April of 2018. There was another death there as well that year…who knows how many more. Be aware of what you are signing there. It protects the facility more than the patient. She was left unsupervised with known relapses and no one watching her take her medications. Heroin was dropped off for free at Royal Ridge Apartments through the Whisper app. Also beware of the San Moritz Apartments. Both of these facilities house a sober living arrangement and no care is taken. Girls are getting addicted to drugs while in the sober living facility whom have never done them before. UA’s are planned and scheduled. This place is a mess with pretty pictures and talks of mindfulness and yoga. It takes medication and supervision and family involvement and care to recover from heroin. Everyone addicted to drugs is under a veil of shame and you don’t need to be. You should be treated like any other human who needs medical, mental and physical care. Cancer patients do not get treated this way – neither should addicts. Please do not go here. I brought my daughter home from New Roads in a box and now on family vacations we spread her ashes. I’m just trying to save this pain from happening to anyone else. We are a family devastated because of their silence and negligence. Savannah had a life planned, a job, an apartment set up to live with someone, and New Roads couldn’t keep her alive to live this life she had planned. Please do not leave anyone here. If you need to get in touch with me here is my email – [email protected]

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