An Integrated Approach to Young Adult Mental Health Rehab

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Women’s Residential Treatment: Ages 18–28

Young women are facing an escalating mental health crisis,
reporting the highest stress and depression rates of any
generation. Newport Institute’s young women’s residential
treatment centers address the root causes of these
symptoms. Get the support you need and deserve.

Young women are facing an escalating mental health crisis, reporting the highest stress and depression rates of any generation. Newport Institute’s young women’s residential treatment centers address the root causes of these symptoms. Get the support you need and deserve.

Your Dedicated Team

Our women’s residential treatment programs are designed to help young women find their voice, accept constructive feedback, and develop self-esteem and self-acceptance without the pressure found in mixed-gender groups. Embark on a fully personalized treatment program to ensure positive growth and sustainable healing. Your dedicated team, at any given time will be a ratio of 3:1, and can consist of:

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

Who Does
Newport Institute Treat?

The pressures of finding a purpose in life, along with feelings of isolation, body-image issues, and low-self-esteem fostered by excessive social media use, can lead to eating disorders, substance abuse, social anxiety, or self-harm. Our mental health residential programs for young women ages 18 to 28 offer an evidence-based, tailored approach to providing the foundation, treatment, and support needed to overcome the problems at hand and find a path forward. Symptoms that young women who attend Newport Institute’s residential facility may have experienced include:

  • Substance abuse issues
  • Unresolved trauma
  • An eating disorder
  • Loss of focus
  • Becoming overwhelmed by the pressures of growing up
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Loss of focus
  • Unresolved trauma
  • Becoming overwhelmed by the pressures of growing up
  • An eating disorder

Understanding Our Women’s Residential Treatment Services

Our residential facility team of mental health leaders and addiction treatment professionals spans psychiatrists, psychologists, family therapists, eating disorder therapists, nurse practitioners, counselors, art therapists, music therapists, adventure therapists, registered dieticians, nutritionists, teachers, and private tutors. Our growing roster of experts from all over the world bring a wide range of degrees and experience to their work supporting young adult women to heal and thrive.

Our trauma-informed approach to women’s residential treatment is gender specific and gender responsive. Each young woman’s tailored treatment plan incorporates individual therapy, group therapy, creative arts therapy, and integrated treatment services to address behavioral issues such as substance abuse and disordered eating. In addition, we provide full case management that includes discharge planning. After completing treatment in our women’s residential program, Newport Institute alums can seamlessly segue into outpatient care at one of our nationwide locations, either in person or virtually.

Comfortable Ranch-Style Living Areas

Comfortable Ranch-Style Living Areas

Great places to get to know other residents, experts, and mentors through group inpatient therapy sessions.

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy

Our therapeutic program integrates a wide range of evidence-based approaches, including Trauma-informed care, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Based Family Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, and elements of the 12-Step Program. Our clinicians also integrate other modalities into each resident’s treatment plan.

Horticulture Therapy

Horticulture Therapy

Learn the entire farm-to-table process by working as a team to help cultivate our gardens and tend to them weekly.

Nutritious Family-Style Meals

Nutritious Family-Style Meals

Are prepared by highly trained chefs and made with organic and local ingredients, including fruit and vegetables picked from our on-site gardens.

Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Therapeutic sessions take place in dedicated music rooms. Bring your own instrument or learn to play a new one.

Yoga and Meditation

Yoga and Meditation

Discover the therapeutic benefits of yoga and meditation through sessions conducted in our yurts and outdoor spaces.

Healthy Fitness Routines

Healthy Fitness Routines

Develop a healthy fitness routine at our on-site gyms, with personal trainers who ensure that each resident receives optimal support and advice.

Art Therapy

Art Therapy

Young women can learn to express themselves in a healthy way, and articulate their identity through art therapy.

Adventure Therapy

Adventure Therapy

Adventure Therapy is a way for clients to take what they have been learning and processing in group and individual sessions to real world situations. These sessions include group hikes, rock climbs, cross-country ski sessions, and surf classes (location dependent).

Life Skills

Life Skills

Prepare for college or the start of your career with our 100% personalized and professional academic and life skills program developed by clinical and educational experts.

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy

Our therapeutic programs for young adults integrate a wide range of evidence-based approaches, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Based Family Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, and elements of the 12-Step Program. Our clinicians also integrate other modalities into each resident’s treatment plan.

Adventure Therapy

Adventure Therapy

Adventure Therapy is as fun as it sounds. Get in touch with the great outdoors in our group hikes, rock climbs, cross-country ski sessions, and surf classes (location dependent).

Comfortable Ranch-Style Living Areas

Comfortable Ranch-Style Living Areas

Great places to get to know other residents, experts, and mentors through group inpatient therapy sessions.

Nutritious Family-Style Meals

Nutritious Family-Style Meals

Are prepared by highly trained chefs and made with organic and local ingredients, including fruit and vegetables picked in our on-site gardens.

Yoga and Meditation

Yoga and Meditation

Discover the power of yoga and meditation through sessions conducted in our yurts and outdoor spaces.

Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Sessions take place in dedicated music rooms. Bring your own instrument or learn to play a new one.

Healthy Fitness Routines

Healthy Fitness Routines

Develop a healthy fitness routine at our on-site gyms, with personal trainers to ensure that each resident receives optimal support and advice.

Art Therapy

Art Therapy

Let your creativity flourish with Art Therapy sessions that give young men the tools they need to express themselves and find their talents.

Horticulture Therapy

Horticulture Therapy

Learn the entire farm-to-table process by working as a team to help cultivate our gardens and tend to them weekly.

Life Skills

Life Skills

Prepare for college or the start of your career with our 100% personalized life-skills program developed by clinical and educational experts.

Request a Call 24/7

Request a Call 24/7

All calls are always confidential

We help you find your path.

Getting the right diagnosis can be tricky; finding your path can be even trickier. With our specialized, comprehensive assessment for young adult women, we focus on identifying and centering that path around natural strengths and interests, in order to establish long-term goals and offer recommendations for the next step in treatment. Our approach provides help for young women in becoming autonomous and independent, while dismantling barriers to progression in these areas.

In addition to using information from clinical, psychiatric and medical assessments, we also utilize data points from a strengths assessment, a Casey Life Skills assessment, an executive function skills assessment and a YouScience assessment, in which young adult women collaborate with a coach who will help them establish a 100% custom-tailored plan. The Academic and Life Skills support team at our women’s residential treatment centers includes tutors, counselors, and coaches who help young women implement short-term goals that lead to longer-term goals and objectives designed to help them achieve the independence and fulfillment they are seeking in their lives.

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Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

What are the sleeping arrangements like?

In our residential facility, we offer comfortable gender-specific rooms with two beds, private bath, and all the amenities necessary to create a serene healing environment. Visit our campuses virtually or in person.

What should I bring with me?

When you come to a women’s residential treatment program, depending on your interests, you might be getting private tutoring or mentorship one day, and going rock climbing the next. Bring about 10 days’ worth of clothing suitable for both indoor and outdoor activities, including:

  • Jeans/slacks
  • Sweats/workout clothing
  • Shorts
  • Weatherproof jacket
  • Robe
  • Tennis shoes, sandals, boots
  • T-shirts and blouses
  • Bathing suits

When packing, be mindful of which campus you’re heading to and the general weather conditions there. We have laundry facilities in each of our houses, so you’ll be able to wash your clothes while you’re here.

How often will I receive individual therapy?

As often as the treatment team feels is clinically necessary—which could be once a day or a few times a week.

What are 4 common treatments for mental health disorders?

Group therapy with peers, individual therapy, family therapy, and experiential therapy, such as creative arts and Adventure Therapy, are four common types of treatment at a women’s residential mental health center.

How will it impact my school or work?

Newport Institute can work with you to determine a schedule that best suits your current needs while supporting you during this important phase of life.

Will I be asked to do chores while in the program?

Yes, but your house will work together as a team, and daily chores will be split up among all residents.

Does Newport Institute take insurance?

Newport Institute accepts a wide range of insurance plans and provides a large array of financing options. We take great pride in the fact that we have a full-time, in-house team dedicated to supporting you and your loved ones through what can, at times, be a complicated financing process of securing insurance coverage.

Does gender play a role in mental health?

Gender can impact mental health both biologically and socially. People of different genders may face different kinds of challenges. Moreover, hormones can also impact mental health. Newport Institute provides gender-responsive programming so that young adults who identify as female can feel supported and safe.

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