Where should women go after primary treatment?
New Directions’ Intensive Sober Living Program combines transitional sober living with continued outpatient treatment services. This helps women transition to a sober lifestyle after completing primary or extended residential treatment.
Located at New Directions’ campus to provide a structured living environment, the Intensive Sober Living Program includes outpatient services based on the Matrix Model. (This is a researched, evidenced-based approach that recognizes the diversity and individuality of each patient’s stage in recovery). Intensive Outpatient Program treatment sessions occur at the state Certified and CARF accredited IOP location at the NDFW campus. You can read more information about our IOP here.
The outpatient programming focuses on early recovery skills, relapse prevention, family involvement, individual therapy and 12 step involvement. Patients may enter the outpatient level of care at any stage as the model accommodates for people in various stages of early recovery. However, we require a minimum of 45 days of sobriety and some residential treatment experience to live in the Intensive Sober Living home.
Patients receive fifteen to thirty hours of outpatient treatment weekly and are involved in 12-Step programs while they work, go to school or are involved in other productive activities. We employ a live-in house mother who provides accountability and support exclusively to our patients living in our Sober Living homes. Women also attend our weekly Saturday Family Group along with supportive individuals within their family system.
- Gender-separate treatment for women by women
- Provides women completing primary and extended residential treatment a continued seamless, affordable transition to a sober lifestyle in a community setting
- Located adjacent to the New Directions’ campus, residents enjoy the tranquil and supportive atmosphere
- Women continue to have the support of recovering and sober peers as they adjust to their new lifestyle and learn new living skills
- The Matrix model has been proven effective in achieving independence from addiction
- Early recovery groups give patients the essential skills for establishing and maintaining sobriety
- Family involvement educates, encourages and involves family and significant others in the recovery process helping to break the generational cycle of addiction
- Relapse prevention addresses specific issues that help clients avoid relapse and take accountability for sustaining recovery
- Weekly individual therapy helps clients enhance the quality of recovery
- Social Support helps clients successfully “resocialize,” or transition to an alcohol and drug free lifestyle that supports recovery
- Evening program allows patients to access treatment while working or going to school
- Individual and Conjoint Therapy – Provided at the outpatient location
- Early Recovery Skills Groups – Provided at the outpatient location
- Relapse Prevention Groups – Provided at the outpatient location
- Family Education Group, Family Conjoint Sessions – Provided at the outpatient location
- Social Support Group
- 12 Step Involvement
- Established schedule
- Drug Testing – weekly at random
- Aftercare – up to one year
- 24 hour awake care coordinator staff to provide oversight in addition to live-in house mother
- Private and shared bedrooms in single family home
- One block to beautiful Newport Beach Back Bay reserve
- Shared living room, bathroom, and kitchen
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Onsite Gym
- Direct TV in living area
- Garden and meditation area
- High speed wireless internet access
- Designated parking area
- Women 18 years and up
- Completion of a 45-60 day primary treatment program
- Three month minimum stay