Our facilities are centrally located in Modesto California. New hope is a comfortable, relaxed and clean environment to recover in. It is a home like atmosphere in which clients and their families can come, learn about addiction, alcoholism and common family/relationship issues that accompany chemical dependency.
These photos show the exterior of the facility and reflect the atmosphere of recovery. Whether folks are dealing with pain pill abuse, alcoholism, methamphetamine abuse, or designer drugs; New Hope is a "second home" like atmosphere to recover in.
Often our clients start in residential treatment. Residential is for detox, stabilization and a structure for clients to get "grounded". Inside the facility it is divided into two sides, one for men and the other for women. Maintaining a safe and secure environment is an essential element to rebuild self-esteem.
Nearly all clients use this service. While some end their treatment regimen here others start and finish here. Group counseling is the central hub to alcoholism/addiction treatment. Group is central to ending the walls of isolation, desperation and loneliness that accompanies chemical dependency.
Transitional or "Sober Living" is housing for those in the treatment or recovery process. It can be while a client is in outpatient/day treatment or as a safe environment to live in following treatment. We have two sober living homes; one for men and the other for women.