For Admissions questions, please contact:
Lia Dilles, Admissions Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 557-8353 x 310
Referrals for admission should be faxed to:
Admissions Department at (845) 557-3541
Women who come to New Hope Manor may be in a state of crisis and are in need of support services and appropriate housing if they wish to achieve success in their recovery. All clients entering the program have a similar destination, however, each client has their own story. Clients will have individualized schedules and personal treatment plan objectives. Regardless of their recovery goals, New Hope Manor supports each client according to her own life circumstances, targets, and vision for the future.
Our admissions department welcomes requests from clients themselves, concerned family members, loved ones, and/or referral agencies such as detoxification units, outpatient clinics, or inpatient rehabilitation programs, correctional facilities, etc. Once all documents are received, a phone screen will be scheduled with the client. Once the phone screen is complete, files are reviewed clinically, medically, and financially. If the client is appropriate for this facility, the file is approved, and a bed date will be scheduled for admission.
The following documents are needed to start a referral:
Once all documents are received, a phone screen will be scheduled with the client. Once the phone screen is complete, files are reviewed clinically, medically, and financially. If the client is appropriate for this facility, the file is approved, and a bed date will be scheduled for admission.
Clients will be greeted upon arrival by our Admissions Coordinator, Lia. A toxicology will be completed, and clients are searched and changed into NHM scrubs. A clothing and belongings allotment is then completed, and clothing is washed. Clients will then spend some time with admissions, completing their intake, signing multiple on-going consents such as, emergency contacts and support consents, legal consents (if necessary), program rules, rights, and regulations, medical and financial consents, etc. Clients will then meet with our Clinical Supervisor, Dawn, for a brief meet and greet appropriate determination of level of care. Clients will meet with their assigned Social Worker for a mental health assessment as well as nursing for a medical assessment. Clients are then paired up with their assigned ‘big sister’. A big sister is a positive client who is progressing well and who shows leadership qualities in the community.
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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If a client is planning on having their infant/toddler join them in treatment, please provide: