Opioid Addiction Treatment Dedicated to Your Needs
New Season is a leading provider of specialized quality care for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), operating since 1986 with more than 70 addiction treatment centers in 22 states nationwide. We support the education and understanding of opioid addiction as a disease so that communities will support those affected by the disease to seek the help they need. In order to combat the opioid epidemic, we must all work together to lift the stigma of seeking treatment. Stigma has been a key barrier to patients entering treatment and staying in treatment for the time they need to heal their bodies, mind and spirit. As a foundation, New Season aims to create a community foundation where we all work together to create a supportive environment where patients can begin to feel whole again.
Addictive illness is a chronic brain disease that can be addressed with treatment and treatment works. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs and the medications used today have been studied and proven to be highly successful in recovery through over 50 years of research.
At New Season, our recovery programs use the latest science to create a comprehensive plan for patients that include MAT, counseling and medical services. The therapeutic programs are customized to the patient’s needs and services are delivered in a way that respects the dignity, value and self-worth of every individual.
We are committed to each of our patients’ success stories.
Let us be a part of yours.
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Get support and attentive care when you need it most. New Season locations exist to help people like you or your loved ones triumph over the disease of addiction. We are here for you.
I feel 100 percent human again! I matter again! It will save your life, it saved mine.
Uniontown Metro Treatment Center, PA
Through this program I have been set free from the drugs that were controlling my life. I am learning how to function in society sober.
Augusta Metro Treatment Center, GA
I'd be homeless and daughter-less without them. I have 2 herniated discs in my back which led to painkillers... I tried stopping opiates countless times over the 9 years when I accepted that it was out of my control ....*they were there to help control the symptoms and withdrawal safely.* If you're on this site you're ready to accept your issue.. they can support you through it.
Dakota Treatment Center, MN