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New Hope Treatment Center is a caring and compassionate team that will support each client
as an Individual on their Journey toward recovery.

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The family may also need to heal itself, and sometimes professional family counseling,
or family addiction peer group support services are very beneficial in this healing process.

NEW HOPE'S TREATMENT SERVICES

Grief & Loss Counseling, Relapse Prevention Group Therapy, Family Therapy,
Individual Therapy, Art Therapy, Expressive Therapy , Life/Job Skills Training

New Hope Treatment Center...

has a caring and compassionate team that will support each client as an individual on their Journey toward recovery.

Our Team...

will teach each individual about the disease of addiction and how to achieve lasting sobriety.

Mind, Body, Soul

Recovery through Balance

New Hope Treatment Center

Palm Beach County's Premier Treatment Center

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OUR SERVICES

At New Hope Treatment Center, We offer a variety of services. Throughout our various levels of care, it is extremely important that our Therapists provide evidence-based treatments. We only use interventions that science has shown us to be effective.

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INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT

IOP: an Intensive Out-Patient Program (IOP) that is best for those clients who are beginning recovery or seeking to maintain recovery. This program allows clients more flexibility and is beneficial for those that cannot afford to take time away from their jobs, careers, or family. The program is often utilized after one has received treatment at a higher level of care.

PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION

PHP should be considered for clients who may require a more structured or intensive care. Partial Hospitalization Programs provide ancillary medical and psychiatric services. The Partial Hospitalization setting has been utilized as a continuum of care for clients being discharged from Detox Facilities, Hospitals or Residential settings who remain at high risk for relapse.

OUTPATIENT

We offer Out-Patient services in the modalities of Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Intensive Out-Patient Services, Relapse Prevention, psychological and psychiatric services. These services are individually tailored. Services may be a minimum of 1 hour and up to 8 hours per week, based on your specific treatment needs.

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New Hope Treatment Center is designed to provide wellness and emotional healing for a healthy sober lifestyle, one person at a time. We at New Hope Treatment Center believe that the path to recovery is possible by instilling hope, faith and trust in our patients, providing them with the confidence and strength to work towards change. New Hope Treatment Center provides a comprehensive treatment program, which includes all services necessary to treat addiction and co morbidity.

  • Alcohol Treatment
    Alcoholism is a treatable disease and many treatment programs and approaches are available to support alcoholics who have decided to get help, but no medical cure available. Regardless of how someone is diagnosed as alcohol dependent or how they came to realize they have a serious drinking problem, the first step to treatment is a sincere desire to get help. Alcoholics who are pressured into treatment by social pressure or forced to quit by circumstances rarely succeed in the long run.

    Even most alcoholics who seek help on their own volition have at least one relapse before they obtain long-term sobriety.

    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ALCOHOL? CALL OUR HOTLINE & GET HELP TODAY! 1-855-777-3409

  • Opiate Treatment
    Stopping heroin use abruptly causes a number of unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Drug withdrawal, especially from heroin, can cause the user great discomfort. Few people can stop using heroin without going through a heroin recovery and addiction treatment program, which often includes heroin detoxification or detox. Detox is the first step in treating heroin addiction, but detox alone doesn’t cure heroin addiction.

    Available heroin addiction treatment options include pharmaceutica therapy with synthetic narcotics that block the effects of heroin, such as methadone. When combined with therapeutic substance abuse rehab programs, these medications can help the heroin addict regain a stable and productive life. Both residential and outpatient programs through a drug abuse treatment center provide a broad base of support for people with heroin addiction. In addition to medically supervised detox, these programs may include:

    • family counseling
    • group therapy
    • 12-step program meetings
    • relapse prevention
    • aftercare programs.

    Because heroin interferes with self-care, a heroin addict may be very unlikely to seek treatment. For this reason, intervention is often necessary for a person with heroin addiction. Fortunately, a person doesn’t have to seek treatment voluntarily to benefit from heroin rehab. Intervention by friends and family can help a heroin addict face drug addiction while offering the support he or she needs to stop using drugs.
    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH OPIATES?
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  • Benzodiazepines Treatment
    Benzodiazepines are medications that are frequently prescribed for the symptomatic treatment of anxiety and sleep disorders. They produce their effects via specific receptors involving a neurochemical called gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA). Because they are safer and more effective, benzodiazepines have replaced barbiturates in the treatment of both anxiety and insomnia. Benzodiazepines are also used as sedatives before some surgical and medical procedures, and for the treatment of seizure disorders and alcohol withdrawal

    Risk of physical dependence increases if benzodiazepines are taken regularly (e.g., daily) for more than a few months, especially at higher than normal doses. However, problems have been reported after shorter periods of use. The user's body adapts to the presence of the medication and experiences withdrawal symptoms when use is stopped. The frequency and severity of these symptoms depend on the dosage, the duration of use, and whether the medication is stopped abruptly or tapered off.

    Stopping abruptly can bring on such symptoms as trouble sleeping, gastrointestinal upset, feeling unwell, loss of appetite, sweating, trembling, weakness, anxiety, and changes in perception (e.g. numbness and altered sensitivity to light, sound and smells ). In rare cases after high doses, psychosis and convulsions may occur.

    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH BENZOS?
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  • Sleep Aid Treatment
    A sleeping pill addiction is a treatable condition that requires specialized care and expert supervision. However, not all people who are addicted to sleeping pills receive the proper addiction management they need due to various factors, like financial constraints, addiction denial and insufficient knowledge on drug addiction treatments. Sleeping pill rehab centers focus on addiction management of individuals who abuse this medication. These centers also provide educational materials regarding sleeping pills and various types of addiction.

    Treatment Duration: The duration of sleeping pill rehab programs depends on the length of time the drug has been abused, dosage taken, and the physical and mental condition of the patient. People who are addicted to sleeping pills may have also developed other illnesses and require additional treatment. Sleeping pills are medications indicated for treating insomnia and other sleeping disorders, but other conditions may co-occur due to long-term abuse of this drug, including:

    • Depression, Anxiety, Anterograde, Amnesia, Sleeping pill withdrawal syndrome (mood changes, muscle cramps, panic attack, rebound insomnia, vomiting, sweating, fatigue, nausea, flushing, seizures, convulsions, etc.

    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH SLEEP AIDS?
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  • Cocaine/Crack Treatment
    Cocaine is a powerfully addictive crystalline substance obtained from the leaves of the coca plant of South America. It's a central nervous system stimulant, an appetite suppressant, and a topical anesthetic. Its possession, cultivation, and distribution are illegal for non-medicinal purposes almost worldwide.

    Cocaine is generally sold on the street as a fine, white, crystalline powder. Street dealers dilute it with inert substances like cornstarch, talcum powder and/or sugar. Or with other active drugs like procaine (a chemically-related local anesthetic) and similar stimulants.
    Once addicted, it is difficult to stop using cocaine without professional help. For those who seek cocaine addiction treatment, promising treatments are used, including cognitive behavioral therapy, a collaborative treatment for cocaine addiction involving a close partnership between therapists and addicted individuals. Residential and outpatient treatment programs cover many aspects of addiction. These programs may include:

    • medically supervised cocaine detoxification (detox)
    • group and individual counseling
    • family therapy
    • 12-step program meetings
    • relapse prevention
    • aftercare programs

    Those who don’t voluntarily seek cocaine addiction treatment can still be helped with their drug addiction. Often, intervention is a useful part of chemical dependency treatment, especially with a highly addictive drug such as cocaine. Intervention by friends and family can help addicts face their drug addiction while giving them the encouragement they need to stop using drugs.
    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH COCAINE?
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  • Amphetamines Treatment
    The official name for amphetamine is alpha-methylphenethylamine. It is a psychostimulant drug that is often used to increase wakefulness and decrease appetite. The drug is known to be psychologically and physically addictive.
    A person who has developed a dependency on the drug may need amphetamine addiction treatment to stop using it. There are hundreds of treatment facilities that can help you or someone you love overcome an addiction to amphetamine.
    Like similar stimulant drugs, amphetamine increases the production of certain chemicals in the body that stimulate the central nervous system. As a result, heart rate and blood pressure increase while feelings of fatigue and appetite decrease. A variety of physical affects can arise from the use of amphetamine depending on the amount and the length of time a person uses the drug:
    Hyperactivity, Vasoconstriction, Dilated pupils and blood shot eyes, Restlessness, Dry mouth, Headache, Tachycardia, Bradycardia, Hypertension or hypo-tension, Diarrhea, Insomnia, Heart palpitations, Tremors, Arrhythmia, Convulsions, Increased risk of seizure, stroke, and heart attack

    Amphetamine can also induce several psychological reactions including the feeling of euphoria, anxiety, increased alertness, increased libido, increased sociability, irritability, psychosomatic disorders, feeling grandiose, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and psychosis.

    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH AMPHETAMINES?
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  • Suboxone Treatment
    Suboxone is an opioid medication approved to treat opiate dependence. The primary ingredient in suboxone is buprenorphine. Buprenorphine is a partial opiate agonist. Suboxone also contains naloxone, which is an opioid antagonist., which is there to prevent users from trying to abuse suboxone as if it is the original drug they are trying to detox from. The primary use of suboxone is to help patients stay in treatment by suppressiving the symptoms of withdrawal from opiate drugs such as OxyContin, oxycodone, heroin, and related drugs. It also decreases cravings for these drugs.

    The most clinically rigorous drug rehab problems set the goal of weaning you from not only the original drug of choice, but from Suboxone as well. This is done in a controlled setting where symptoms are closely monitored and your medical doctor can adjust the medication as you move through the detoxificaton process. You should know that withdrawal from suboxone is significantly milder than withdrawal from Oxycontin, oxycodone, or other opiate drugs. For this reason, in the right environment, you can detox from these drugs and finally start life fresh, free from the debilitating effects of opiate addiction.

    DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH SUBOXONE OR METHADONE?
    CALL OUR HOTLINE & GET HELP TODAY! 1-855-777-3409

  • Other Drug Treatments
    Our Phase goals were developed by experienced clinicians to ensure a level of care that exceeds industry standards. Clients at New Hope Treatmenr Center progress through Phase I at clinically appropriate rates, as opposed to the arbitrary constraints of insurance-driven care. Phase I treatment is individualized care, with any necessary medication combined with exercise, nutrition and therapy. In this early phase of recovery, clients begin to develop a sense of purpose and formulate a sense of community. Clients learn to think rationally about common difficulties, and to change their thought patterns and the way they react to situations -- to arrest the addiction to these synthetic drugs (such as K2, "Spice", synthetic cannabinoids, "Bath Salts"/MPDV/Mephedrone/substituted cathinones, and other synthetic stimulants). Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is very useful in treating designer drug addiction because it is a cooperative process directed at the client’s specific issues. CBT is flexible, specific and compatible with any medications a client may receive. CBT helps clients re-establish goals in their lives, and it can help clients reconnect with the activities they previously enjoyed. For some, it can be rediscovering a hobby or sport. Others in Phase I have taken advantage of New Hope Treatment Center’s academic/student programs for staying sober.

    All counseling is structured at New Hope Treatment Center to emphasize that the way a client thinks affects the way he or she feels. For example, clients learn to gauge their reactions to situations. One client explained: “Looking back on it, I realized that at my worst I was a lab rat for drug dealers. Sometimes my kidneys would ache after taking pills. I was ashamed and felt guilty about risking my health that way, but I couldn’t stop using. After therapy and going to meetings, I’m beginning to see how I was seeking relief from drugs.”
    A big part of therapy is the structured daily schedule. Clients have a plan each day to stay busy. For example, the serene setting in West Palm Beach has many opportunities for exercise. One client explained: Before coming to New Hope Treatment Center I would stay up all night. Sometimes after a binge, I would be sick for days. Now I run three mornings a week on the beach and go to the gym. Exercise, improved nutrition and therapy in Phase I are a big part of recovery. Clients learn to develop skilled and realistic thinking. Clients set goals, which can include reuniting with family members, securing sobriety-supportive housing, or attending one of the many great colleges in the local area.

TESTIMONIALS

What do our Customers saying about us?

  • ...New Hope welcomes me and reminds me that I never have to use again. They teach me how to deal with life every day so I don’t have to go back out and resort to my old ways. I’m finally gaining back the trust and support from my family that I lost, and I’m becoming the best person I can be. The staff loved me until I learned to love myself...
    -Nadia
  • I didn’t believe I was an addict or needed to get help before I came to New Hope Treatment Center. I planned on going to detox in Florida and returning to my life. After spending some time with the compassionate, professional team at New Hope, I’ve come to accept that recovery needs to be the new foundation of my life... I am empowered by the security and comfort that my treatment provides me, and it helps make my life a little bit better everyday.
    -Taylor
  • Before coming to New Hope Treatment Center, I was so sick and tired of being sick and tired. I have had several attempts of getting clean in the past but none lasted. New Hope’s environment of recovery is the first that I can honestly say is working in my life. I am clean and sober, and I’ve never felt happier or more at home.
    - Tina

WHO WE ARE

New Hope Treatment Center is a caring and compassionate team that will support each client as an Individual on their Journey toward recovery. Our Team will teach each individual about the disease of addiction and how to achieve lasting sobriety.

Our top priority is to thoroughly understand what the client is experiencing and to develop a Treatment Plan based upon medical and clinical research and knowledge which can then help the client return to a healthy, productive, contented life.

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