What does Newportone Health Offer?
We will provide a comfortable, stress-free environment. We believe that removing stress is one of the most important aspects of recovery, as stress has been shown to impede mental, physical, and emotional well-being. For these reasons, a relaxing, rejuvenating environment is crucial as you begin to rid yourself of damaging behaviors that do not serve you. We understand that you suffer from three types of stress when you arrive at our facility. The amount of each type of stress may vary, but generally you will be suffering from some degree of:
Physical Stress: If you are working through an addiction, the physical stress that your body succumbs to is debilitating. Your immune system is most likely suppressed, your blood sugar may be low or high, you may suffer from headaches and other pains, and you may have been suffering from chronic insomnia.
Mental Stress: Mental health issues are psychologically stressful for you and for those around you. Arguments with loved ones, the strain of crumbling finances, and worry over your health each create a great deal of mental stress.
Emotional Stress: Guilt, shame, and other negative emotions are cornerstone feelings of our clients. We realize that emotional pain is very real and must be addressed as you move forward in recovery.
Will I be Comfortable at Newportone Health?
We provide comfort for everyone who enters our doors. We offer first and foremost, safety and privacy. From the moment we pick up the phone, you are experiencing a wholly confidential and individualized program. We understand and respect the strength it takes to reach out for help and we especially understand the struggle and pain motivating you to pick up that phone. It will be the first of many steps in your journey to recovery and you will see that you are not at all alone in that process. We want you to feel fully knowledgeable of your treatment program and collaborate with you to meet your needs in the next steps you will take after you complete the process. You will find that with our spiritual, physical and mental treatment, we offer complete care for all aspects of your well-being, keeping you safe, informed, and in full confidentiality.
What Should I do if my loved one suffers from Addiction?
When a loved one suffers from addiction, you suffer as well. But know this: You are not alone. Addiction impacts 1 in 3 families. It spans entire generations. It is the #1 health concern in the U.S. We will give you tools and resources to educate you on your role in your loved one’s recovery. Few things are as daunting as learning how to treat a loved one who is addicted. We have a team of addiction professionals who will walk you through the entire process, keeping you informed the whole way. Call us today. 833-833-7342
What can I do to help my loved one?
There are things that you can do to help a loved one suffering from addiction.
Get educated: Addiction is a family disease. We will teach you new skills to help you understand the dynamics of addiction, how it thrives in dysfunctional families, and what you can do to combat it and break patterns.
Talk to a professional: Our staff is available 24/7 to help you in crisis. Our trained addiction experts will put together a plan that best supports your family and loved one.
Be ready to be supportive: When your loved one is ready to seek help, it is important to be supportive. We will show you how your behavior impacts your loved one’s addiction and what it looks like to be truly supportive of their recovery.
Contact us today if you suspect someone in your family is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Our licensed staff will help you identify the best way to help your loved ones. Call 833-833-7342 now for a private, confidential consultation.
LICENSES, ACCREDITATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
The Joint Commission (JCAHO) is an independent, not-for-profit organization, and one of the strictest licensing agencies in health care. The group is responsible for accrediting and certifying more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
The DHCS is the California Department of Health Care Services and is a resource for persons with disabilities and those with diseases and conditions that include mental health struggles, alcoholism and drug abuse. Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs are certified by the (DHCS) California Department of Healthcare Services. We offer five levels of care to get you healthy.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the organization within the United States Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to move forward the behavioral health of the nation. We work in tandem with SAMHSA’s strategic initiatives.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) is the largest leading professional society actively seeking to define and expand the field of addiction medicine. We are proud to be aligned with ASAM’s core purpose and commitment to improving the quality of care and treatment for all people who suffer with addictions of every kind. The organization is constructed around support research and prevention.
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) is the primary advocate for both patients and rehab facilities. We are proud to be an NAATP recognized facility. The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers oversee more than 600 treatment facilities nationwide and has created a central hub where cutting edge addiction treatments and recovery practices of all kinds are evaluated, researched, accredited, and explored. NAATP is committed to giving addicted people and their loved ones the chance at a clean and sober life.