The residential treatment program at Newport Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, Inc is Georgia’s leading integrated treatment program designed to help those suffering from alcohol & drug addiction, in addition to mental health illness or medical co-morbidities. Program length averages 5 to 45 days.
Upon admission, each patient receives a complete assessment from our integrated team and an individualized Person-Centered Treatment Plan is established to facilitate your recovery. As you progress through treatment, your treatment plan will be updated. Once you have successfully completed Detoxification you will be transitioned to Intensive Outpatient or Partial Hospitalization Services, our integrated staff will make sure that all the appropriate tools have been put in place to continue your long-term goal of sobriety.
Patient who needs support and structure than outpatient treatment can provide, but do not require 24-hour medical supervision. Our program offer the same quality of clinical care as out inpatient residential program and allows patient to return home in the evenings. The program is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3p.m.
Consists of series of structured face-to-face therapeutic sessions organized at various levels of intensity and frequency in order to assist the patient achieve the goals identified in their individualized treatment plan. The program is available four days a week, with some available in evenings and on weekend. 3p.m.
Empower Patient with severe mental illness (SMI) to manage their illness, find their own goals for recovery, and make informed decisions about their treatment by teaching them the necessary knowledge and skills.
The physician office based Medication Assisted Treatment(MAT) is accomplished with a variety of medications such as buprenorphine-naloxone (BUP/NX) or clonidine alone or combined with naltrexone.
Newport Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. announces medication Assisted Treatment at NO COST to Individual 18 and older with Opioid Addiction.
This program is funded by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ (DBHDD) from a SAMHSA funded program that addresses the Opioid crisis. This program is a targeted response to the Opioid Crisis in Georgia through Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Initiatives.
Behavioral Health Services: – Psychiatric Assessment – Individual & Family Counseling/Training – Group Counseling/Training – Effective Parenting Groups – Medication Management – DUI Clinical Evaluation & Treatment
Our “mission” is to provide integrated behavioral, psychiatric, and substance abuse services that are accessible, effective, safe, efficient, and appropriate to the needs of the consumers and his/her family.