With more research showing length of stay in addiction treatment playing a huge part in healthy and positive long term recovery outcomes, A new treatment center in Utah has opened keeping that in mind for young adults.
Online PR News – 06-May-2010 – – Provo, UT — New Roads Treatment Center, recently opened in Provo, UT, offers a unique full service substance abuse treatment center for young adults ages 18–25. From drug detox (7-10 days)and residential therapy (90 day minimum) to transitional living and outpatient treatment (up to 18 months), New Roads sets a new standard for a drug and alcohol treatment center. Families with young adults now have a premier treatment center where loved ones can receive specific behavioral and drug abuse counseling that will help them navigate the complexities of adulthood.
“Few things can be more painful than watching a son, daughter, or loved one struggle with addiction. Our message is that you’re not alone, and we can help young adults and their families turn their lives around,” said New Roads CEO Eric Schmidt.
Schmidt, the former director of Salt Lake City’s Odyssey House, saw a critical need to focus treatment on young men and women who are struggling with the challenges of beginning their adult lives while battling drug use. Schmidt’s vision has become a reality in New Roads Treatment Centers.
New Roads’ facilities in Orem and Provo offer treatment that is tailored to each client’s individual behavioral and substance abuse needs. The goal is to help young adults develop the necessary tools to find a “New Road” into society and to be productive, responsible, and contributing members of the community.
“Even though we’ve just opened our doors, we are attracting clients both locally and nationally, because of the unique focus we provide and the full-service approach to recovery,” Schmidt said.