Services We Provide

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Services

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (“DBT”)can provide people with new approaches to painful emotions and can also decrease relationship conflicts. The four areas DBT specifically focuses on are mindfulness, tolerance of negative emotion, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Through our trained therapists, this tool promotes a more comfortable and sustainable recovery.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (“DBT”)can provide people with new approaches to painful emotions and can also decrease relationship conflicts. The four areas DBT specifically focuses on are mindfulness, tolerance of negative emotion, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Through our trained therapists, this tool promotes a more comfortable and sustainable recovery.

Acceptance and commitment therapy helps clients to understand and manage negative thoughts and feelings. It is built upon the belief that your language contributes to our perceptions of an event or feelings, and that changing how you cope can help you to move through feelings by being in the present. It is sometimes referred to simply as ACT.

After months or years of abuse through drug and alcohol addiction, bodies adapt to unhealthy physical states – the blood and oxygen flow of the body is often significantly damaged. Massage therapy, as we practice it, is designed to not only relax you, but also release your body into operating as it should be with proper blood flow and oxygen levels able to freely move throughout your physical system.

Mindfulness

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” – Albert Einstein. The things we miss when we are living in the oblivion that is active addiction are truly sad. We lose touch with ourselves, others, and everything around us. We will walk you through nature again, with all her metaphors and splendor, to help you connect back to your own innocence and inner strength.

Many people come to yoga for the benefits of increased flexibility, stress relief, and overall physical fitness. The original context of yoga, however, was for the purpose of spiritual development. Through this practice we learn to train the body and mind to observe itself from a new perspective and through awareness create a higher level of individual consciousness. Our Yogis blend these teachings with recovery principles to create strong subconscious points of strength for your continued recovery.

“Art is my cure to all this madness, sadness and loss of belonging in the world and through it I’ll walk myself home.” The world we see, feel, and experience has been shown to be significantly different than the world we imagine. In art therapy, we learn to express the imagined world, the hidden world, the entire universe inside of us that is graciously trying to make us understand who and what we are. With experienced therapists, art can teach us many things about ourselves that would otherwise forever remain unknown. Learning the secrets of the unconscious mind is a foundation for recovery and an experience that should not be missed.

Gourmet Meals

Our chefs will take you on a culinary adventure that not only satisfies your pallet but also feeds your bodies needs in a structured, thoughtful, and meticulously planned nutritious environment. You will learn the value of eating well and how this affects emotions, mental processes, and overall centeredness. Every aspect of what we do at New Hope Ranch, including food, is designed to bring you into a sense of completeness within your mind, body, and emotions.

Cognitive behavioral therapy, often referred to as CBT, is an effective type of psychotherapy for those struggling with addiction. While working with a therapist trained in CBT, the process helps you to reframe negative thoughts and to change how you respond to challenges. It is used to treat many different things, including PTSD, substance use disorder, and schizophrenia.

Music Therapy

Music therapy is an evidence-based practice in which trained therapists use music to address the emotional needs of our patients. Each treatment plan is unique, but during music therapy a patient may create music, sing, dance, or even simply listen to music. The goal is to help patients explore issues they have difficulty addressing with words alone. Research has shown that music therapy can decrease muscle tension and anxiety, improve self-image, enhance interpersonal relationships, and also provide a safe release for emotions.

Detox

At New Hope Ranch we offer a medical detoxification process that is research driven but personalized to the individual needs of each patient. We treat patients for an entire spectrum of substance abuse issues including opiates, alcohol, benzodiazepines, methamphetamines, marijuana (including synthetic marijuana), methadone detoxification. Our medical department is staffed with nurses 24 hours each day to ensure that every patient is monitored and cared for during detoxification process. We also have a full time PA and the entire department is supervised by our M.D. We utilize a variety of medications including buprenorphine for opiate detoxification along with medications to ease each patient’s symptoms. Each patient is evaluated immediately upon admission to determine the personalized protocol for each individual which is monitored and adjusted daily depending on the patient’s needs. At New Hope we understand that detoxification is only the beginning of our patient’s process and we work closely with our clinical team to identify factors leading to substance abuse so each patient can be treated both medically and therapeutically. Our Medical Director and Physician Assistant both have specialized training in addiction treatment .

Intensive Outpatient

New Hope Ranch is happy to announce that we have now started an IOP program. In an effort to diversify the programming for our IOP and PHP clients, we have incorporated the IOP program into our weekly schedule. We have three primary individuals who provide peer recovery support, big book guidance, weekly assignments, and life skills training for 9 hours per week. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9am to 12pm, the clients are separated to talk about their upcoming, or current, recovery as they acclimate into their communities. Clients are provided the opportunity to discuss the challenges they are facing, and are given a greater opportunity to work through challenges with managing their life in recovery outside of the Residential environment.