Gender Specific Residential Treatment
Chemically dependent adolescents receive intensive, 24-hour treatment from a dedicated staff, which includes a Medical Director, Psychiatrist, Nursing Director, Registered Dietician, and Certified Therapists. The therapeutic day includes education from full-time teachers and a teaching assistant in a school program coordinated by Orange City Schools.
The program also includes group therapy, individual therapy, life-skills training, physical recreation and 12 step recovery meetings. Length of stay varies, based upon each person’s needs.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
For adolescents who do not need 24-hour supervision, or who have completed residential treatment, New Directions provides appropriate levels of intensive outpatient treatment.
Treatment consists of after-school meetings, three times a week, three hours per session, and includes family therapy. Length of stay varies, based upon each person’s needs.