A New Day Treatment Center - a provider of supportive, caring addiction and mental health treatment.
The decision to seek professional help for your addiction or mental health is a difficult one, but is a crucial first step in your recovery process.
Long term sobriety requires ongoing, intensive treatment and a strong support system. Psychotherapy is the therapeutic treatment of mental illness and when paired with medication, is the most effective way to promote recovery.
Clients at A New Day will develop the skills needed to sustain recovery from alcohol and substance abuse. It is also possible to recover from mental health problems, and many people do – especially after accessing support and learning what self-care techniques and treatments work best for you.
A New Day is CARF accredited and certified by OMHAS (Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services) as an Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Facility. We are located in Lodi, Wooster, and Bucyrus, Ohio. The facilities offer intensive outpatient therapy to members of the Northern Ohio community, including Medina, Lorain, Wayne, Holmes, Crawford, Marion, Ashland, Richland, Summit and other surrounding counties. We provide screening, assessments, medically assisted treatment programs for addiction, medication management for mental health, individual counseling sessions, and group treatment sessions. We also have a Relationship Offender Program (ROP) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Clients will begin by attending a screening and assessment session to determine their appropriateness for the program. Counselors and clients will together develop an individualized treatment plan specific to their needs. Programs are held in a supportive, caring environment designed to help clients regain their sense of self-worth. Services are supervised and provided by Masters level Counselors in addition to staff who are licensed in the State of Ohio. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is supervised by Board Certified physicians.
About A New Day