An Integrated Approach to Young Adult Mental Health Rehab

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Mental Health Residential
Treatment Program
for Young Adults

Newport Institute offers comfort and natural
beauty to cultivate transformation and healing from mental
health issues, trauma, eating disorders, and substance abuse.

Trauma and PTSD suffered in childhood and during the teen years can have long-term negative effects in every area of life—from daily functioning to the development of authentic connections with others. That is why Newport Institute offers residential treatment that goes deeper than healing the symptoms of mental health concerns. Our clinically driven and outcomes-based residential treatment programs assess the entire client profile from childhood experiences to the current environment. With this assessment, we identify the root causes for mental health concerns and maladaptive behavior such as substance abuse and build a tailored treatment plan for each individual.

Young Adult Residential
Treatment Centers

We offer compassionate support to help young adults heal these underlying issues, so they can move from self-defeating behaviors to resilience and thriving. Our young adult residential treatment center programs provide an integrated approach that encompasses:

  • Clinical therapy
  • Experiential modalities
  • The development of life skills
  • Clinical therapy
  • The development of life skills
  • Experiential modalities

For superior, comprehensive care, each resident’s treatment plan incorporates evidence-based approaches, including the following elements:

  • Clinical
  • Experiential
  • Vocational
  • Educational
  • Clinical
  • Vocational
  • Experiential
  • Educational

Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment
for Young Adults

Our unique approach focuses on healing the underlying mental health issues that catalyze self-destructive behaviors, while helping young adults build healthy coping skills. Our integrative young adult residential treatment centers provide a minimum of 30 hours of clinical and experiential therapy each week, plus 20 hours of academic or vocational skills study and mentorship.

  • Substance abuse issues
  • Unresolved trauma
  • An eating disorder
  • Loss of focus
  • Social media or gaming addictions
  • Becoming overwhelmed by the pressures of growing up
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Loss of focus
  • Unresolved trauma
  • An eating disorder
  • Social media or gaming addictions
  • Becoming overwhelmed by the pressures of growing up
Male Residential Young Adult Program

Male Residential Young Adult Program

Gender-specific young adult residential treatment programs allow young men to focus on aspects of their recovery that might be difficult to discuss in dual-gender settings. This nurturing experience creates a space for compassion, trust, and camaraderie. We foster an environment where young adults can express themselves, discover their creative passions, and identify their next steps as they progress towards independent life.

Female Residential Young Adult Program

Female Residential Young Adult Program

Newport Institute’s young adult residential treatment program is an evidence-based, tailored approach to providing young women ages 18 to 28 with the foundation, treatment, and support they need to find a path forward—without the pressure found in mixed-gender groups. The expert staff at Newport Institute has extensive experience in relating to young women and treating the root causes of their symptoms.


Personalized Treatment

Upon admission to our residential treatment center for young adults, each client is assigned a Treatment Team that develops a personalized program to ensure positive growth and sustainable healing. The Treatment Team consists of:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Individual Therapist
  • Family Therapist
  • Medical Doctor/Pediatrician
  • Registered Nurse
  • Registered Dietician/Nutritionist
  • Recovery Counselor
  • Clinical Director, who oversees the Treatment Team

Newport Institute’s treatment team meets daily to review and discuss treatment plans and individuals’ progress. The team shares research and results to optimize each young adult’s therapeutic growth track as they recover from substance abuse, mental health disorders, and trauma, and begin to look ahead to a bright future.

What to Look for in a Young Adult Residential Treatment Program

It’s not always easy to identify which programs will provide safe, effective, and compassionate treatment. There are critical signifiers, however, that demonstrate a company’s commitment to the highest-quality care. Here are some of the most important things to look for when choosing the best residential mental health programs for young adults. 

Accreditation

A program’s recognition by national accrediting bodies is a clear signifier of treatment quality. Look for accreditation from organizations such as The Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest healthcare accreditation body. Affiliations with respected organizations in the field also indicate that a treatment program is trustworthy and is held accountable.

Insurance Partnerships

Many individuals and families don’t realize that insurance covers behavioral healthcare. At Newport Institute, we work with most major insurance companies, including top providers such as Anthem, Kaiser Permanente, and Blue Cross Blue Shield, to optimize access to care for young adults.

Academic & Life Skills Program

Newport Institute provides enhanced tutoring and life skills training within a therapeutic environment. Our specialized curriculum is designed to keep young adults on track with their educational and career goals while grow their strengths, executive functioning, and motivation.

Outcomes Research

The highest-quality mental healthcare programs rigorously track and analyze their treatment outcomes, utilizing a third-party research organization, and publish their results annually. Newport’s outcomes research shows that our treatment leads to significant improvements in well-being, anxiety, and depression measures, as well as parent-child relationships and academic engagement.

Licensed & Credentialed Staff

Clinical staff should hold up-to-date licensure and advanced degrees from reputable educational institutions. Experiential therapists should have appropriate credentials and accredited training. Healthcare leadership should have demonstrated and extensive experience guiding top-tier companies in the delivery of successful, safe, and compassionate care.

An Integrated Clinical Model

The best treatment programs take an integrative approach that includes evidence-based clinical and experiential modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), EMDR, family therapy modalities. Experiential modalities, such as Adventure Therapy, are provided with the utmost attention to clients’ safety and sense of security. 

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Why We Created Newport Institute

Many recognized facilities seek to treat teens and young adults struggling with mental health disorders and substance abuse. But they only treat the symptoms—not the underlying issues. In addition, they don’t have an approach that gets to these core issues. Therefore, the success rate of adolescent treatment is hindered.

Treating symptoms can sometimes lead to short-term positive outcomes. However, it does not create real, sustainable success.


We set out to build Newport Academy and then Newport Institute as comprehensive treatment alternatives to teen and young adult rehabilitation. Ultimately, we wanted an approach that addresses the “why,” not just the “what.”

Our treatment programs focus on each individual’s unique DNA, history, temperament, and constitution. We offer an integrated approach that balances psychological, biological, social, educational or career-focused, and spiritual needs—leading to sustainable, long-term recovery.

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In 2019, depression and suicidal thoughts have doubled in young Americans according to the American Psychological Association.

71%

Between 2008 and 2017, the number of young adults experiencing serious psychological distress increased by 71 percent. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

118%

Following treatment at Newport Institute, young adults experienced a 118 percent reduction in symptoms of depression.

18-22

Young adults ages 18 to 22 are more likely than any other age group to experience loneliness and social isolation. cigna.com

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