We remove the stigma around mental health treatment and substance abuse issues and provide a full continuum of care that leads to health, self-awareness, confidence, and self-esteem.
Newport Institute is a nationwide series of evidence-based healing centers dedicated to transforming the lives of young adults and their families and loved ones struggling with mental health issues and co-occurring such as eating disorders and substance abuse. Our teams work every day to deliver the highest standards of care, addressing the maturation of the developing brain while it is still in its most formative stages. We treat young adults up to age 27, empowering families, partnering with professionals, and supporting young adults at this critical juncture in life.
Why Choose Newport Institute’s
We use proven modalities while applying innovative treatment approaches that address the complexities of young adult dual diagnoses. By using a wide range of clinical and experiential therapeutic approaches, our experts treat each dimension of a young adult’s emerging self.
In order to find truly sustainable healing, young adults need the skills to build autonomy and form healthy relationships with self and others. We give them tools for self-understanding, self-care, and connection, so they can move into the next stage of their lives with confidence and optimism.
Each Program is
Every client at Newport Institute has an individualized, multidisciplinary treatment plan designed by specialists who are the best in their respective fields. Informed by our comprehensive intake process, treatment teams take into account each young adult’s unique needs, history, and DNA.
Addressing the Whole Person
Newport Institute nurtures the physical, psychological, and educational needs of young adults from a foundation of compassionate care, clinical expertise, and unconditional love. We guide young people from self-destruction to self-esteem and resilience.
From Our Founder
What advice I would give my 20-something self
If I had to give one piece of wisdom to my 20-something self during what was a very dark time for me, it would be: You are not alone. There are so many people out there who are struggling just as you are, and there is hope. I am grateful to have made it through that time, and privileged to now be able to share my experience, strength, and compassion with other young people who are going through the same thing.
Newport Institute Founder and Executive Chairman