The 7- Point Program
1. Out Patient Counseling
Clients are evaluated and linked to the appropriate agencies to be treated for substance abuse and mental health counseling.
2. Primary Medical Evaluations
Clients are scheduled for medical appointments during the intake process to physicians for primary evaluation and assessment to address immediate and long term medical issues and physical health.
3. Criminal Justice Track of Treatment
New Life Residential Center Administrative staff maintains a continual formal communication with all legal agencies (drug, family and criminal courts); CPS workers, probation and parole officers. Mandatory progress reports are submitted in compliance with client treatment plans.
4. Pre-Vocational Education Program
Clients are encouraged and directed to engage in opportunities that continue or further their education in an effort to position themselves positively back into society.
5. The 12-Step Process
Clients are required to attend 12 -Step Meetings for substance abuse. Mandatory attendance and application of principles obtained in these meetings are encouraged to assist clients in breaking the cycle and abusive behaviors.
6. In House Programming
Clients are offered In-House Programs all geared towards encouraging, educating and empowering them to recognize their self-worth and value. In-House Programs provide life-skills instruction, discipline, structure and responsibility for the clients.
7. Transitional Housing Coordination
Clients meet with a transitional housing coordinator to develop a plan for independent living arrangements prior to graduation from their New Life Residential Center treatment plan. Clients are given information, resources and recommendations for the best course of action regarding housing and assistive living arrangements.