CORAS recognizes that addiction to drugs and/or alcohol is a serious primary and progressive disease which can be arrested with the right treatment. Often, especially if the substance user has been using for some time or continues to use despite serious negative consequences, a higher level of care is necessary. In those cases, a longer-term residential program can more adequately help in addressing chronic substance use disorders and any co-occurring psychiatric disorders by providing highly intensive treatment in a safe and structured environment, and correspondingly enable the addicted person to achieve sustained abstinence and restoration to full healthy functioning within a normal and productive lifestyle.
The New Hope Men’s Residential Treatment Program is designed to meet the needs of men who have been unable to arrest their dependence on substances within the community and may require a higher level of care. The program enables men to achieve sustained abstinence and a corresponding restoration to full healthy functioning within a productive lifestyle. Services include intensive individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric evaluation, urine drug screening, on site medication assisted treatment and medication management. Patients should be motivated for change and want treatment for the right reasons. This program is ASAM level of care 3.3.