New Horizons Behavioral Health in Columbus, GA
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Top & Best Women Drug Rehab & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
New Horizons Behavioral Health For 35 years the employees of New Horizons have provided compassionate, professional care for individuals and families struggling with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or addictive disease. Our privilege and purpose is to treat each person with dignity and respect and to do all we can to enable them to have successful and fulfilling lives.
Columbus’s Leading Addiction Rehab.
Mental health services
Private health insurance,
Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
Facility Center Details
Outpatient Drug Program,
Partial hospitalization for Substance Abuse/Substance
Abuse day treatment
Substance abuse treatment for women.
Areas of Specialization
These programs are offered in Muscogee and Randolph Counties. Treatment is available to those seeking intensive recovery support for three to five days per week, as well as those seeking aftercare and less intensive treatment one to two days per week. Treatment includes recovery groups based on the 12-step model and evidence based practices. Additional services include psycho-education regarding substances and the addiction process, group and family counseling, and random drug screens. This program is also offered in a gender-specific version.
Journey to Recovery is a semi-independent living program in Columbus that provides help to men and women struggling with addiction in a supportive living environment. Residents are assisted with achieving sobriety and employment. Two Crisis beds are available for persons just entering treatment and three transitional housing beds for persons needing to continue their aftercare in a safe and structured environment. This program also contains two transitional housing apartments for women transitioning from treatment to aftercare as part of the Women’s Treatment and Recovery Services Program.
Shelter Plus Care Program
The Shelter Plus Care Program is a scattered-site housing program funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Community Affairs. Rent is subsidized for those who qualify through documentation of homelessness and a mental health/addictive disease diagnosis.
Case Managers provide assistance with medication monitoring, doctor appointments; daily living skills, housekeeping, shopping and other related needs in order to maintain the consumer within the community.
The Harm Reduction Case Management Program is designed to help those needing extra support with reducing the harmful consequences of risky behavior related to drug and alcohol abuse. Since implementation, this combination of programs has provided the extra supported needed to help clients remain in stable housing, find employment, avoid arrest and avoid admission to crisis programs
Women’s Treatment and Recovery System
Women’s Treatment and Recovery System (WTRS) offers prioirty admission for pregnant women and IV drug users. The Women’s Treatment and Recovery Services (WTRS) view recovery as an ongoing process to improve health and wellness and live satisfying self-directed lives for women.
WTRS helps to identify barriers to employment, education, housing, family roles and responsibilities, and to identify unique strengths,preferences, and natural supports in the community. Our target population is women with substance use disorders who are pregnant and/or parenting children under the age of 13 years, but also includes all eligible women.
Our WTRS program works with individuals who are at high risk for relapse, are pregnant, have Child Protective Services or Family Support Involvement, criminal justice involvement, psychiatric disorders, and are sufficiently medically stable to participate in treatment.
Our WTRS Program is committed to providing flexible care that is engaging and empowering to help addicted women be better mothers, wives, sisters and daughters. We are committed to providing holistic and gender responsive care. Call (844)-887-0088 for Intake and Admission to the program.
New Horizons Behavioral Health
Women’s Recovery Program
Is New Horizons Behavioral Health right for you?
W.O.W. (Women of Worth) is funded by SAMHSA and designed to specifically address the needs of women with addictive disease. The W.O.W. Program provides substance abuse treatment and life skills training that focus on the individual worth. Using the Boston Constortium to enhance the MATRIX Addiction Treatment, women can expect to experience personal empowerment as well as community building. W.O.W. also offers free rapid and confidential HIV and HEP C testing.
The Georgia APEX Program provides School-Based Mental Health Services to the Chattahoochee County School District. The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Office of Children, Young Adults, and Families, has provided funding to New Horizons Behavioral Health, a Tier 1 Service Provider, to build capacity and infrastructure for school-based mental health services in the county. Using nationally recognized evidenced-based interventions, New Horizons’ school-based mental health program leads to a variety of positive outcomes for students, their families, and their schools.
Jail Services are provided through a contract between the City of Columbus and New Horizons Behavioral Health to provide all Mental Health Services at the county jail. The contract includes psychiatric services, suicide prevention, group and individual counseling, and other services. New Horizons staff members link interested inmates with follow-up services at New Horizons or other local providers.
Adult Court Services are provided through a collaboration between the Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit, the Columbus Consolidated Government and New Horizons Behavioral Health to provide Mental Health and Substance Abuse Outpatient Services to individuals involved in the justice system who would benefit from court-supervised treatment.
Georgia Housing Voucher Program (GHVP) is an independent living program that provides scattered-site housing options, funded by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) that subsidize rent for those who qualify through documentation of a severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) diagnoses. Case management services provide assistance with medication monitoring, doctor appointments, daily living skills, housekeeping, shopping and other related needs in order to maintain successful living within the community.
Shelter Plus Care Program is a scattered-site housing program funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Community Affairs. Rent is subsidized for those who qualify through documentation of homelessness and a mental health/addictive disease diagnoses. Case Managers provide assistance with medication monitoring, doctor appointments; daily living skills, housekeeping, shopping and other related needs in order to maintain the consumer within the community.
Willow Glen is a twenty eight-unit apartment complex. The project is the result of collaboration between New Horizons, DCA, and The Housing Authority of Columbus Georgia. Case management is provided onsite by New Horizons staff to assist residents with developing independent living skills. The apartment complex offers residents’ access to an exercise room, laundry facilities, and computers to aide in job searches and vocational skill building.
Group Homes are located in Muscogee and Stewart counties. One of the homes in Muscogee County, Veteran’s Parkway Intensive Training Residence (ITR), is a four-bed intensive group home designed to serve individuals who have documented severe and persistent mental health diagnoses. with Forestwood and New Beginnings Group Homes, located in Muscogee County, are designed for those individuals who are in need of a structured residential setting to develop the needed skills to live independently in the community. Forestwood and New Beginnings provide housing for people who have lost their home or have become incapable of continuing to live independently due to substance abuse or mental illness. Red Hill Adaptive Group Residence in Stewart County is designed to serve six chronically homeless men with documented mental health diagnoses. Supervision, supervision of medication, and training in skills needed to live independently are provided.
New Horizons Behavioral Health
Place provides long-term, residential addiction treatment for men and women affected by substance use disorders. New Horizons Behavioral Health drug and alcohol treatment centers focus on lasting recovery through high-quality, gender-specific programs.
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New Horizons Behavioral Health
2100 Comer Avenue
Columbus, GA 31907
Tel: (706) 596-5500 or (855) 399-6977
MON-FRI – 8AM to 5PM
SAT/SUN – By Appointment