It’s far from easy admitting one needs help when it comes to treatment for a substance abuse disorder or addiction. Finding a rehabilitation center that fits your needs and addresses your concerns and questions can be just as difficult. That’s why we at New Era Rehabilitation and Wellness Center in New Haven are committed to providing the help and care you need in a supportive environment that makes the decision to get help and where to receive treatment easier for you and your loved ones. Our priority is your successful recovery, both in the immediate and long-term.
Each individual’s path to recovery is unique. Your treatment will be tailored with specific attention and care to your circumstances to ensure enduring recovery and sobriety. Through our initial consultation and assessment, we’ll work with you and your family to develop a plan that best fits your needs.
Types of Programs
New Era Rehabilitation in New Haven is a rehabilitation and wellness center. We emphasize wellness because it’s often overlooked when individuals are considering a place to seek treatment. We believe, though, that rehabilitation and wellness go hand-in-hand and for a long-term recovery to be successful, your overall wellness needs to not only be addressed but actively promoted.
We offer numerous services that range from individual treatment to group therapy. Our services also include outpatient care options. Lastly, we focus on achieving specific goals utilizing treatments that also address things like mental health, peer support, and co-occurring disorders. All of these combine to ensure a healthy recovery, repaired family relationships, and a safer community after care is completed.
To achieve such worthwhile goals, we offer programs such as:
1. Individual and Family Therapy
Individual counseling is conducted in one-on-one sessions that are designed and implemented to provide solid support during recovery, improve mental and emotional health, and increase overall well-being. These sessions are focused on your specific needs when it comes to treatment, whether it’s assistance in accomplishing goals, reducing the uncomfortable symptoms of recovery, building resilience, and treating any co-occurring disorders you may be experiencing.
Affected families also have the opportunity to receive specialized counseling sessions that aim to educate them on what the recovery process is like for their loved ones, how they can help support them in their process and become a reliable support network outside of treatment, while also providing an outlet to voice their own concerns about a loved one’s disorder. Like rehabilitation and wellness, individuals and families go hand-in-hand in recovery.
2. Group Therapy
Here you’ll learn from others with similar addictions and health issues in a group environment that’s socially supportive. Group sessions include Early Recovery Skills, 12 Step Programs, Anger Management, and Relapse Prevention. The group environment always provides another layer of support for succeeding in such a critical life change.
3. Psychiatric Care
In cases where substance abuse and addiction are the result of an underlying psychiatric disorder, more specific psychiatric care may be necessary. This is especially helpful in cases of trauma that have been suppressed through the use of substances.
While treating the addiction, it’s often necessary to treat the cause of the addiction, even if it means confronting such things as childhood trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or other disorders brought about by various life experiences. It’s also worth noting the need for psychiatric care may not be initially evident until spending some time in individual and group sessions. But you can rest assured, if it is recommended, our team of psychiatric professionals are here to help in every way we can provide and support.
4. Intensive Outpatient Programs
For individuals with a long history of substance abuse, previous treatment, or relapses, our Intensive Outpatient Program provides more focused and frequent therapy sessions and attention than weekly outpatient therapy programs. It’s a 12 – 16 week program that’s small group focused (10 – 12 participants) and meets 3 times a week for 3 hours each time. It focuses on education, peer interaction, and support.