Even though most residential programs only offer a 30 day stay, recent statistics show that over 60% of 30 day program graduates will relapse within the first six months. Why are success rates so poor? One reason is simple – program length is too short. According to the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse, a person in recovery will have the highest chance of success if they complete a minimum of 90 days in treatment, and a full year of treatment and counseling is advised. While most people cannot commit to a full year, 90 days is certainly reasonable when you consider how many years you have lost to your drinking and/or drug using behavior. Our own success rates support this notion that individuals who complete a 90 day stay have the highest success rates by far.
“I could not believe how quickly time flew by! I would not have stayed sober without the 90 day program.”
– Kirsten R., February 2015
We are so certain that you will be successful in your recovery after participating in our 90 day residential program that we will pay for you to return for a 30 day residential relapse prevention program at zero cost to you in the event that you relapse within a year of graduation. And unlike other programs whose “90 day curriculum” is simply a repeat of the first 30 days, ours is actually a customized 90 day program with a phase system that allows you to have more freedoms as you progress through treatment. Some of the treatment components offered exclusively to the 90 day program participants are separate housing, more freedom to go off campus for school, work or health related reasons, and more visiting hours. We also offer experiential activities regularly, such as equine therapy, daily gym access, yoga, and acupuncture to provide you with interesting and balanced experiences while in our program.
A recent study estimates that over 60% of individuals suffering with an addiction have a co-occurring mental health related disorder such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, or an eating disorder. Usually these issues are major drivers of the addiction behavior, and when they are never diagnosed or treated, recovery from addiction is nearly impossible. At New Dawn, certified addiction counselors, licensed therapists and board certified Addictionologists work together to identify and treat the root causes of addiction. We also rely heavily on evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family therapy, Hazelden’s Living in Balance Core Curriculum, and individual counseling. Our commitment to providing cutting-edge treatment produces such high success rates that we guarantee sobriety for a full year, and graduates who relapse may return for 30 days of free residential treatment.
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