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New Sunrise Regional Treatment Center

Services

Scope of Services

  • Diagnostic Assessment – Health, Psychosocial, Psychiatric, Substance Abuse, Recreation Therapy, Family/Social, Physical, Educational, Nutritional and Mental Health Assessment.

  • Treatment Planning and Review – Each resident’s treatment plan is individualized and regularly review to assess progress.

  • Chemical Dependency Education and Counseling – Individual and group counseling, education groups, chemical dependency assignments and 12 step studies.

  • Academic Education – Individualized academic instruction or GED preparation in an accredited school and provides up to 3 credit hours including a Native History Curriculum.

  • Family Education and Therapy – Family dynamics group addressing effects of substances on the family, family therapy of family education; and lodging provided for over night stays.

  • Psychological/Psychiatric Services – Mental health treatment is available to all residents by full time Psychologist.

  • Recreation Therapy – A variety of sports and challenge activities (camping, ropes course, bowling, swimming) to address problem solving, self-esteem, group interactions and physical fitness.

  • Cultural/Traditional Awareness – Groups and activities to maintain and/or enhance cultural appreciation (i.e. moccasin making, pottery, traditional farming methods and Native cooking and sewing). Spiritual healing, traditional speakers, Sweat Lodge and Reflection Room ceremonies are available.

  • Twelve-Step Support Groups – (including AA, NA and ALATEEN) on and off campus. Residents are involved in activities and projects supporting sober Native communities.

  • Discharge Planning – Regular contact with the referral source, court (if indicated), school, family and resident to plan for successful re-entry into the community. Aftercare planning coordination for continued cared needs for residents.

  • Outpatient Services – Coordinated with local communities.

  • Nursing/Health Services – Comprehensive health care is available through ACLSU and includes vision, hearing and dental services. Weekly Health Ed and Smoke Stoppers Groups are also provided.

  • Social Skills Services – Including Anger Management, Behavioral Program/Level System and Life Skills Groups. Supervision by trained staff 24/7.

  • Referral services as needed.
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