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Denim Day at New Season Treatment Center in Bay Area

On Wednesday, April 27, New Season Treatment Center in Bay Area brought light to Sexual Assault Awareness Month and challenged rape culture by participating in Denim Day. This day was derived from…

Hope Is in Store for Jacksonville-Area Families with a Loved One Battling Opioid Addiction

ORANGE PARK, Fla. (February 3, 2022) — This new year may give Clay County families the wish they so greatly desire. New Season Treatment Center, one of the nation’s leading…

Food Drive Helps New Season Treatment Center Patients in Biloxi

Patients recovering from opioid use disorder face a number of life challenges like finding employment, reuniting with family members and getting access to food and housing. Thanks to New Season…

Mental Health Awareness: A Top Priority for New Season Team in Gulf Coast Region

The workday extends well beyond office hours for the New Season team in Biloxi, Mississippi. In May, the healthcare providers recognized Mental Health Awareness month by educating their patients about…

Leading Provider of Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Opens New Locations in North Carolina

The New Season family of treatment centers recently welcomed three new facilities in North Carolina — the Raleigh Treatment Center, North Charlotte Treatment Center, and Morganton Treatment Center. “We are…

Meaningful Group Therapy Boosts the Mind, Body and Spirit of OUD Patients at Atlanta Treatment Center

Thoughtful counseling sessions focusing on whole-patient care are now being offered at the New Season Treatment Center in Atlanta, Georgia, helping patients receive an all-inclusive approach to medication-assisted treatment.  “We…

New Season Team Supports Nationwide Day for Proper Medication Disposal

New Season employee Lakrystal Love participated in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 27 in Meridian, Mississippi. Love is the program director at the Meridian Treatment Center, marking…

Patients Receiving Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Share their Views

Everyday in the U.S., more than 100 people die of an overdose from heroin or illegal use of prescription painkillers. These people were once athletes, teachers, students, employees, wives, husbands,…

New Season Doctor Separates Fact from Fiction in Recent News Interview

Kris Williams-Falcon, Ph.D., a New Season therapist specializing in substance abuse and addiction counseling, conveyed a radiating message in a July 7 article published in Savannah Morning News. Williams-Falcon notes…

Community Event Explores Opioid Use Disorder as a Brain Disease

New Season, the nation’s leading provider of opioid treatment and recovery, hosted an educational seminar in Savannah, GA, June 1 for influential business and community leaders in the fight against…