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Addiction Services

NEMG offers a full continuum of outpatient substance use disorder treatment options for those suffering from the side effects of alcohol, illicit, and controlled substances. We realize that all pathways to recovery are different and rely on our multidiciplinary team approach, utilizing both medical and clinical interventions to treat addiction.

At NEMG, we strive to aid in destigmatizing addiction treatment by treating the disease of addiction as what it is: a medical condition. By utilizing a wide variety of best pratices and believing in all pathways to recovery, we welcome everyone. Individualized treatment planning begins from the first call to ensure the best results for those who walk through our doors.

SUD: Partial Hospitalization Program

Our substance use disorder PHP is designed for those who need intensive treatment one step down from the inpatient level of care. This gives you the support you need during the day while allowing you to return to home at night.
Our PHP meets Monday - Friday from 9 am - 3:30 pm. This schedule helps provide an added structure for those who need support in their early recovery. As part of this program, you will participate in group therapy, individual therapy, and clinical case management as well as CBT, DBT Skills, Relapse Prevention, and 12-Step Integrations.
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SUD: Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a step down from our PHP. The IOP program is structured to allow clients to start to integrate back into everyday life while still receiving additional support from group and individual sessions.
IOP meets on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am -12:30 pm. During IOP, you will still take part in group therapy, individual therapy, and clinical case management. You will also remain working with the same clinical team with whom you built a relationship during PHP. Your clinical case manager will help with discharge planning and integrate family support groups.
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SUD: Outpatient Program

Our outpatient program, or OP, allows clients to fully integrate back to their work and personal lives while still remaining connected to their treatment team. One day a week, clients will come back to attend one group session and meet with the individual therapist with whom they started their recovery journey.
OP clients are able to stay with NEMG long term, working with the same clinical and medical team at each phase. This multi-step process gives clients additional support while allowing them to return to work and full-time life responsibilities.
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Family Recovery Advocacy Program

Our Family Recovery Advocacy Program, or FRAP, is designed for those supporting a person with substance use disorder or mental health condition. At NEMG, our core belief is that these are family diseases. Therefore, the key to improved care and sustained wellness is supporting the entire family system.
FRAP is run by Maureen Cavanagh, president of Magnolia New Beginnings, a national non-profit and peer support group. Maureen holds a master's degree in education and a master's degree in public administration and is an alcohol and drug counselor. Maureen came to NEMG to spearhead the family wellness program.
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