New Paths- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
A behavioral health and recovery facility focusing on the treatment of Substance Use Disorders for adults age 18+. New Paths provides various levels of treatment including; Residential, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient individual and group counseling, Medication Assisted Treatment for Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders, and Recovery Housing. New Paths also has a 24 hour Sobering Facility that admits individuals seeking help for treatment services who are under the influence of substances and need a safe place to stay.
New Paths is also a distributor of the life saving medication, Naloxone (Narcan). Individuals can come to New Paths or reach out to our Opioid Overdose Recovery Program Peer Coach and receive a Naloxone kit free of charge and no questions asked. We are also available to provide training on how to use Naloxone.
New Paths takes a team approach to treating the individual. Each individual will be assigned a Therapist, Peer Recovery Coach, Care Coordinator, and possibly a medical professional as part of our full wraparound care model.
New Paths accepts all Medicaid insurances, those who are underinsured, and some private insurance providers are now accepted. Please call for more information.
New Paths accepts referrals from various legal avenues. Anger Management and Substance Use Disorder treatment programs are offered to meet court requirements. New Paths has a court liaison who can advocate for individuals who are involved in the justice system.
Medically prescribed and clinically supported medication assisted treatment for those diagnosed with an Opioid Use Disorder or Alcohol Use Disorder combined with therapy and peer recovery coach services in an outpatient setting. The goal of MAT is to support abstinence of illicit drug use, reduce harm, improve quality of life, and provide comprehensive and coordinated treatment to meet the individual recovery needs of the person served. Medications utilized include but are not limited to; Oral Buprenorphine, Injectable Sublocade, Oral Naltrexone, and Injectable Naltrexone (Vivitrol).