A New Start, Inc. is a premier treatment center in Palm Beach County, Florida, providing Intensive Outpatient treatment for substance abuse and chemical dependency disorders in adult clients.
A New Start, Inc. believes that an individual treatment plan for each client is a starting point for recovery. We meet the client where they are in their disease process and work with the whole person - mind, body and spirit.
A New Start, Inc. is an intensive outpatient program (IOP) in West Palm Beach, Florida. Our substance abuse treatment center offers recovery therapies following drug detox on a part-time, yet intensive schedule. An IOP program allows clients to continue working or attending school while receiving treatment and support from our program and team of specialists.
We understand that substance abuse and addiction impacts your life physically, emotionally, and psychologically. It takes a toll on life and affects relationships and employment. Our staff helps clients to become self aware and provides support for long-term recovery. The dedicated and passionate team at A New Start are medically trained professionals with knowledge and experience in the fields of drug abuse and alcohol addiction treatment.
Our IOP West Palm Beach program develops individualized drug abuse and alcohol abuse treatments for our patients utilizing individual and group therapies. The at A New Start intensive outpatient program staff has extensive knowledge and experience working with:
Therapies at A New Start for drug abuse treatment and alcohol addiction include: Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Trauma Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Family Systems Therapy, 12-Step Recovery Program, Existential Therapy, Dual Diagnosis Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy.
Our IOP West Palm Beach focuses on using a holistic approach and treating the whole person; mind, body, and spirit. The therapists also offer trauma based therapy. We believe that trauma and addiction go hand-in-hand. Our team also utilizes co-therapy for clients when needed to provide specialized therapies for clients with dual-diagnosis. The therapists believe that this provides patients with the highest-quality of care possible.
Our Family Program focuses on the belief that addiction is a family disease which impacts not only the addict, but their loved one's, family, and friends.
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