Hospitalization can be a time of uncertainty and confusion for our patients and their family members. We want to assist to minimize the degree of stress they are experiencing during this critical and important time in their lives.
Medical detoxification and psychiatric stabilization provide the bases for identifying the appropriate level of care. The primary emphasis of New Path is to eliminate the use of addictive substances and alcohol, stabilize diagnosed psychiatric disorders, and introduce our patients to the 12-step program of recovery and other supportive resources. Total freedom from addictive substances and treating the psychiatric disorders increase the patient’s ability to maintain a sober lifestyle.
Parkridge Valley offers a “New Path” for adults 18 – 64 years of age with addictions and co-occurring disorders through the following services:
- Multi-disciplinary assessment
- Medically supervised detoxification
- Medication management/ stabilization/ education
- Psychoeducational classes (i.e. illness specific education)
- Group therapy
- Family education
- 12-Step recovery classes/ groups
- Activity Therapy
- Discharge planning to appropriate level of care
While the program focuses on alcohol and drug abuse, it also addresses other compulsive disorders.
The multi-disciplinary treatment team consists of licensed psychiatrists, licensed and certified masters level social workers and counselors, registered nurses, licensed alcohol and drug abuse counselors, activity therapists, and registered dietitians.
For additional information or questions concerning the New Path program at Parkridge Valley, contact RESPOND at (423) 499-2300 or 1-800-542-9600.