New Life ACS

Maryland Treatment Facility

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newlifeacsBased in Pasadena, Md., New Life ACS offers individual and group care for addiction recovery. New Life accepts insurance, including Medicaid. New Life treatment center screens prospective clients over the phone. If New Life’s services are not the best fit for a person’s problems, the treatment center will recommend another course. After the phone call comes an in-person assessment, typically lasting an hour and a half. Bio-psycho-social tools like American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria and DSM-V diagnostic impressions are used to determine placement into one of New Life’s treatment programs. Psychiatric and medical evaluations are sometimes required.

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    2528 Mountain Road Suite 204, Pasedena, MD 21122
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    Adult Men, Adult Women, Culturally Specific, Detoxification, Featured, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Regular Outpatient Treatment, Short-Term Residential, Treatment For Substance Use Disorders
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    MD

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After the assessment, a counselor recommends the appropriate treatment, either intensive outpatient group therapy or traditional outpatient group therapy. If a dual-diagnosed client’s primary diagnosis is a substance-related disorder, they will be placed in treatment. Outpatient detox, alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction treatment, drug abuse and drug addiction treatment as well as mental health services are available for placement. Outpatient detox may be required for alcohol, opioid and sedative-abusing patients, managed by experienced addiction medicine specialist physicians. Once in outpatient detoxification, patients are eligible to enter intensive outpatient treatment.