New Roads Outpatient Services offers sustained recovery from chemical dependency. Services available include an intensive outpatient program, supportive outpatient groups, individual, couple and group therapies as well as ongoing recovery coaching.
Our Mission is to assist adult clients to successfully establish and sustain stabilized recovery from alcohol and drug use disorders through their first year of recovery.
New Roads is licensed by The Texas Department of State Health Services and Accredited by the Joint Commission on Healthcare Organizations. We have been providing outpatient treatment for over 20 years in the Dallas and Plano areas.
Our counseling services include individual, group, family, and couple/marital therapy and substance abuse treatment. Sessions are focused on assisting clients to evaluate and explore their personal growth issues in a confidential, compassionate environment with the belief that they will ultimately develop the insight and skills necessary to live more satisfying lives.
A leader, among Dallas area substance abuse outpatient
treatment centers, our New Roads Sustained Recovery program is licensed by
the State of Texas and Accredited by the Joint Commission on Healthcare
Organizations. Intensive outpatient addiction treatment, IOP,
allows clients to seek help while being able to continue with their daily life
responsibilities. New Roads offers a Sustained Recovery Model of
treatment, based on a continuum of care approach, provides long-term,
follow-up, structure, support and accountability. All of which are
essential components of long term recovery from addiction.
Individual counseling with a therapist that focuses on evaluating, gaining insight, and coping more effectively with personal issues such as relationships, mental and emotional health, self esteem, and personal growth or recovery.
Group therapy, like individual therapy, is intended to help people who would like to improve their ability to cope with difficulties and problems in their lives.
While in individual therapy the client meets with only one person (the therapist), in group therapy the meeting is with a whole group and one or two therapists. Group therapy focuses on interpersonal interactions, so relationship problems are addressed in groups. The intent of group therapy is to help with resolving emotional difficulties and to encourage the personal development of the participants in the group.
Focused on understanding, communicating, and dealing with the issues relating to the family as a system. How family members interact, confront, and impact each other is explored in relationship to the present problem.
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