Recovery Resources

New Day Treatment Center provides the support you need for a safe recovery.


Addiction is a puzzle. A big part of putting the pieces together is medication, but the other is counseling. They need to both work together for you to successfully achieve sobriety.

New Day Treatment Center fervently believes that counseling is critical to addiction recovery. We give patients both group and individual counseling to ensure they receive emotional and psychological support to heal from the pain of addiction and rebuild their lives.


A group therapy session provided by one of our qualified clinicians helps individuals address their specific substance abuse treatment goals. This counseling promotes recovery through the development of cognitive processing skills, healthy coping mechanisms, adaptive behaviors, and interpersonal skills. Our certified counselors work to help our patients identify and resolve personal, social, intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns. This addiction counseling is provided alongside Methadone or Suboxone Treatment to help address our patients’ emotional needs and to provide a community of support.


12 Steps Recovery

Women’s Group

Men’s group

Decision Making

Problem Solving Conflict

Relationship Issues

Disease of Addiction

Cross Addiction

Coping Skills

Anger Management


Relapse Prevention

Art Therapy

Benzo Use Education Group


We pair Methadone Treatment or Suboxone Treatment with individual counseling and other psychosocial services to treat opioid dependency and substance abuse. Our certified and trained counselors utilize evidence-based therapeutic approaches and modalities to help individuals achieve their specific recovery goals. Patients will receive individual counseling for as long as they are in the program to help them break free from opiate addiction. The frequency of these sessions is determined by the individual’s needs, but counseling usually occurs at least once a month.

The individual counseling allows patients to understand the root cause of their opiate addiction in order to help prevent future relapse and develop a deeper understanding of themselves. They learn personalized coping mechanisms and get one-on-one support from a trusted counselor wholly committed to their successful recovery.


How does Suboxone work?

Suboxone contains a combination of Buprenorphine and Naloxone, which work to block opioids from stimulating receptors in the brain. It helps to alleviate any withdrawal symptoms and is normally administered under the tongue. Suboxone Treatment is a great choice for many of our patients who are transitioning off of Methadone or are looking for a more flexible substance abuse treatment program.

How does Methadone work?

Methadone relieves pain and prevents withdrawal symptoms for patients suffering from opiate addiction. It does this by binding to receptors in your brain to block the effects of opioids and reduce cravings. It comes as a tablet or a liquid that you take orally. Methadone Treatment helps patients suffering from the chronic pain of opiate addiction and provides a stricter addiction treatment program for those patients who need clear structure.

How do I know if Suboxone or Methadone is the best choice?

Both Suboxone and Methadone are medications used to treat opiate addiction. However, the medication that is best for you will depend on the severity of your addiction, your medical background and your current needs. Our addiction doctors will do a thorough examination and work with you to determine the best course of treatment.

What insurances do you accept?

Depending on the addiction treatment program, we gladly accept Medicaid, CareSource, and VA. If you do not see your insurance here, don’t worry. We offer an affordable private pay program to ensure you get the help you deserve.

What is the admissions process and costs?

Whether it is Methadone Treatment or Suboxone Treatment, our number one priority is that you are able to find the help you need when you need it. For both addiction treatment programs, patients are usually admitted into the program within 24-72 hours. Admission days are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Walk-ins are welcomed and usually admitted the same day.

What services and medications do you offer?

When it comes to treating opiate addiction, New Day Treatment Center offers both Methadone and Suboxone based treatment programs, as well as group and individual counseling services.

What if I am pregnant?

New Day Treatment Center offers a Methadone Treatment program especially for women who are pregnant. Read more about our addiction treatment for women who are pregnant here.

Do you offer addiction counseling or therapy?

New Day Treatment Center knows that emotional and psychological support is a core component of opiate addiction treatment. Both our Suboxone and Methadone Treatment programs offer group and individual counseling services with certified counselors. Read more above

How often is treatment and is it confidential?

Methadone Treatment and Suboxone Treatment have two different schedules and protocols that will affect how often you come in for addiction treatment. Our doctors will assess your treatment type, your medical needs, the severity of your illness, and your dosage to determine your treatment schedule. Group counseling sessions are conducted on a regular basis. At New Day Treatment Center, confidentiality is strictly enforced. Information related to your enrollment is confidential and protected by federal law.


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