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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 Adults, 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. These goals ultimately support each young adult in becoming autonomous and independent, and help us identify 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 you collaborate with a coach who will help you establish a 100% custom-tailored plan. The Academic and Life Skills support team consists of a Learning Lab Tutor, a Counselor, and an Autonomy Coach, who help you implement short-term goals that lead to longer-term goals and objectives designed to help young adults achieve the independence and fulfillment they are seeking in their lives.
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
What are the sleeping arrangements like?
In our residential programs for young adults, 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 Newport Institute residential treatment programs for young adults with anxiety, 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:
- Sweats/workout clothing
- Weatherproof jacket
- 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 necessary—which could be once a day or a few times a week.
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.
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