Levels of Care
Treatment Options at New Hope Ranch
Many people find that they need to go through a detoxification process that helps them get to the next step of substance use disorder recovery. We have medical detox that is based on research and catered to fit your personalized needs. Medications are used to help get you through this stage comfortably and safely. You are never alone in this treatment at New Hope Ranch, as we provide 24/7 care from nurses as well as a physician’s assistant and nurse practitioners, all of whom are supervised by a medical director.
Residential treatment gives you the opportunity to be all-in when it comes to getting clean. When you are at New Hope Ranch, you finally get the structure you didn’t even know you needed before deciding to get treatment. You can completely focus on your needs while leaning on the supportive staff to help guide you through each day. You’ll gain the tools and coping skills that can be applied once you leave the ranch.
A Day in the Life of Residential Treatment
Although each day is a bit different, here’s a sample schedule of what to expect at New Hope Ranch:
|7:30 a.m. Wake up, morning prep||2 p.m. Process|
|9 a.m. Yoga||3 p.m. Anger & communication|
|10 a.m. Skills for reducing stress||4 p.m. Structured recreation|
|11 a.m. Negative emotions||5 p.m. Dinner|
|12 p.m. Lunch||7 p.m. Nightly in-house meeting|
|1 p.m. Music therapy||10 p.m. Bedtime preparation|
Please note: Due to COVID-19, all new patients will participate in telehealth-provided therapy upon arrival until we receive negative PCR swab tests. Learn more about our virtual support program.
What to Bring for Residential Treatment
Before your first day, we will send you a packing list of what you can and cannot bring to treatment. Here are some things from that list:
- Personal information (driver’s license or ID, insurance card)
- Clothing (enough for 7-10 days; laundry detergent provided)
- Shower supplies/toiletries
- Extras (books, journals, art supplies, etc.)
Get the full packing list here.