While Men’s Health Month brings awareness to men’s physical health, it also highlights the importance of men and mental health care. Mental health is just as important as physical health because if mental health issues go untreated, they could lead to other problems, such as drug use. 

 At New Hope Ranch, we are using Men’s Health Month as an opportunity to shine a light on the facts about men’s mental health.  

  • Men are 3.5 times more likely to die by suicide. (1) 
  • In 2021, 69% of drug-involved overdose death in the U.S. were male. (1) 
  • Male veterans experience nearly twice the rate of alcohol and drug use as women. (2) 

 Despite these compelling statistics, the National Institute of Health (2) reports that men are significantly less likely than women to seek help for mental health difficulties. 

 Here’s the good news: men who seek professional medical attention for addiction are less prone to relapse. (3) 

Creating a Culture of Connection 

At New Hope Ranch, men find connection and community that allows them to be vulnerable in a safe, supportive space. We provide expert evidence-based care for men struggling with addiction along with their complex underlying mental health challenges.  

  • Detox and residential  
  • Male only 
  • Stars & Stripes program for veterans and first responders 

Space and Serenity 

Just 15 minutes away from downtown Austin, our 49-acre ranch allows patients to step outside the chaos they have been experiencing and rediscover their center and build new coping skills. Patients can enjoy some of the many amenities that help them feel like they’re away from it all while finally being able to heal. 

  • Fishing pond (fully stocked)
  • BBQ 
  • Abundant activities to fit a variety of interests 

Most Insurance Accepted 

Aetna | Ambetter | Beacon Health Options (formerly Value Options) | BlueCross BlueShield of Texas | First Health | Magellan | MHN | TriWest | And Others 


Call Today for a Tour 

Fresh hope and new-found recovery thrives at the ranch. Please call us today to schedule a tour or refer a patient.  

  1. https://nida.nih.gov/research-topics/trends-statistics/overdose-death-rates  
  1. https://www.mhanational.org/infographic-mental-health-men  
  1. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1359105314551623