The New Foundation
Behavioral Health and Education Programs for Youth and Families
The New Foundation strives to provide quality behavioral health and education programs to youth and families. Children and young adults can often experience behavioral, emotional, and mental health problems. These challenges can disrupt them from functioning appropriately on a day to day basis, be it at home, school, or in the community at large.
Our seven guiding principles, described below in our goals, provide the framework for all of our interventions with clients, families, and support networks to ensure all needs are identified, validated and incorporated into the therapeutic process.
Quality Behavioral Services
At The New Foundation Residential and Outpatient Center, young adults and their families feel safe, supported, and hopeful for the future. Using a strength -based philosophy, we empower youth and families to overcome destructive patterns of behaviors that have been causing pain and conflict. We empower young teens and their families to replace unhealthy behaviors with positive ones and to implement new life skills.
Programs help families that deal with:
- Substance Abuse/Addiction
- Depression/Mood Disorders
- Interpersonal/Socialization Skills
- Family Conflict
- Behavioral Issues
The New Foundation bases eligibility on level of function, willingness to participate in treatment, history, and referring issues. Most major insurance plans are accepted. Youth participating must be:
- Age 11-17
- Able to perform daily living activities
- Willing to participate in treatment
- No sexual acting-out behaviors
- No need for medical detox for drugs or alcohol