Clinical Services

Out-Patient Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Home of New Vision offers Outpatient Treatment to people diagnosed with both substance use disorders and mental health disorders which is designed to help them meet their treatment goals. Individuals participating in Outpatient Treatment will attend individual therapy and group therapy which will assist them in building a strong foundation for recovery and a substance-free lifestyle. Our program includes pre-recovery services such as intake and assessment, engagement and early intervention services and treatment, and sustained recovery activities. We also provide case management and peer recovery supports to help individuals reduce barriers and build a stronger recovery. 

In-Patient / Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Residential Treatment is for men and women ages 18 and older who have been assessed as having a substance use disorder with or without a co-occurring mental health disorder, and who, based on recognized criteria, require this level of care and are ready to move into recovery. The program provides a supportive and welcoming environment that enables clients to gain a stable foundation for recovery, connect with the recovering community, and link with continuing aftercare services.

Women's Specialty Program

The Women’s Specialty Program provides outpatient services, primarily, to women with dependent children, who have a diagnosed substance use disorder. We also provide services to men who are considered to be the primary caregiver to their children. Our program provides an array of services to our clients, using a team approach, that often involves a referral to the following services:

  • One-on-One Therapy
  • Psychiatry
  • Outpatient groups
  • Peer Recovery Coaching
  • Case Management Services

The Enhanced portion of the Women’s Specialty Program works specifically with
individuals who are pregnant, up to a year postpartum, as well as those who have elected
to terminate a pregnancy or experienced a miscarriage within the past year. This program
provides treatment tailored for these individuals in order to engage them in outpatient
treatment, coordinate with medical providers, and provide support. This program also
assists these individuals with barriers that they may face in their treatment, in their
recovery, as well as in service engagement.

Mental Health Treatment

Home of New Vision provides individual counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health symptoms. All therapists hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, and/or Clinical Counseling and are licensed to practice in the State of Michigan. Clinicians receive ongoing training in evidenced based clinical practices and trauma informed care. Insurances Accepted- BC/BS, BCN, Blue Cross Complete, Aetna, Beacon, Cigna, Confinity, Humana, McLaren, Medicare, Magellan, Meridian, Molina, Optum, United Healthcare


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