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New roads outpatient
New Roads Outpatient Services provides continued recovery from substance dependency. Services accessible involve an intense outpatient program, supportive outpatient groups, individual, couple and group therapies as well as continuous rehabilitation coaching. They aim to help grown-up patients is strongly build and maintain sustained rehabilitation from substance use disorders through their first year of rehabilitation.

Specialities

    IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)
    Residential Treatment
    Alcohol Detox
    Outpatient Treatment
    Dual Diagnosis

Amenities

    24/7 Care Takers
    Private Rooms
    Physical Activities
    Peaceful Environment
    Qualified Medical Practices
    Meditation And Mindfulness

Therapies

    Individual Therapy
    Group Therapy
    Family Therapy
    12 Step Recovery
    CBT

Insurance Accepted

Testimonials

FAQ

Can a person stay there for at least 6 months?

This is an outpatient only facility. If you need help with inpatient care please call 214-924-0932 and ask for Patty. Steve Crump

How much is it?

This is an 8-week outpatient program 3 x weekly. Cost varies by insurance contracted rate. Regular self-pay is $5400.00, Steve

Location

New Roads Outpatient

8350 Meadow Rd Ste 194, Dallas, TX 75231, United States
9 Total Score

Amenities
8.5
Pricing
8
Location
8.5
Care
9
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