New Hope Manor is a Residential Substance Abuse treatment facility serving women throughout the state of New York. We are located in Sullivan County, New York, in a small cozy town alongside the Delaware River called Barryville. We are the highest level of care; therefore, we are a long-term, structured program. Our program is very individualized, and length of stay varies from client to client. The average length of stay is six months but could be more.
Upon entry, all clients are assigned a counselor as well as a social worker that they will meet with for weekly one on one sessions throughout their stay. Shortly after admission, clients will meet with our vocational coordinator to see what groups are offered and a schedule will be made of groups that will be most beneficial to the client. Groups run Monday through Friday from 10am-4pm with meal/snack breaks, recreational time, etc.
Cellphones are not permitted. Weekly phone calls will start being assigned 30 days after admission. Clients with children will be assigned weekly child calls upon admission. Smoking and vaping is not permitted, and clients will be given the option of the Nicotine Patch.
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