ABOUT NEW HOPE RECOVERY CENTER IN MAGNUM, OK
Located in Magnum, Okla., New Hope Recovery specializes in treating substance abuse disorders along with co-occurring behavioral health disorders. Since 1986, the center has offered residential treatment, intensive outpatient programs (IOP), and sober living to men and women.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the center’s website, New Hope operates two separate facilities for women and men. The center offers 42, 60, and 90 day programs, and patients must be detoxed before beginning the program.
While clients are in the residential program, they are required to attend 24 hours of group therapy, individual therapy, and classes a week, along with 12-step meetings. Clients are educated about relapse prevention, parenting, domestic abuse, life skills, grief and trauma, and anger management. Family counseling is also encouraged, as well as utilizing the program’s GED preparation and vocational resources.
The intensive outpatient program (IOP) at New Hope Recovery Center offers comprehensive, therapeutically intensive, coordinated, and structured clinical services. The program requires at least 15 hours of recovery-related work a week, equating to three hours a day, five days a week.
Patients are also encouraged to go to 12-step meetings, and meet with a clinician for individual sessions based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Sober living is available to people who complete New Hope Recovery Center’s residential treatment program. Patients in sober living are required to attend three self-help group meeting a week, and are subject to random drug testing. They also have access to counselors and a support system.
Alumni of the programs are encouraged to participate in the alumni support network, which includes social networking and alumni events throughout the year.
New Hope Recovery Center’s website indicates the treatment team includes a licensed professional counselor, a case manager, and licensed clinical social workers. Support staff may also include peers in recovery.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
According to the center’s website, patients reside in apartment-type building, however, no further information is provided. The two individuals surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing rated the cleanliness and maintenance four and two out of five stars.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The one alum surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing had a negative experience with New Hope. While they rated the program’s overall treatment effectiveness five out of five stars and counseling options three stars, they only gave the center one star when asked if they would recommend it. They also gave the center one star for holistic offerings, visitor policy, and family participation.
On New Hope’s Facebook page, which it can manage, 23 reviewers left an average rating of 4.6 out of five stars at the time of this writing. Multiple alumni credited the center with saving their lives. “I did 42 days at New Hope and I really learned alot about myself and my disease(addiction),” alum Matthew wrote, adding “This place saved my life and have me a second chance to get right.”
Alumni on Facebook also commented frequently commented on the tools they acquired to cope with their addiction. “Learned how to deal with myself without hurting people around me,” Cory wrote, while Sabrina added “Amazing tools offered here and definitely a place I would recommend!”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The single loved one polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided a mixed review. They gave the center four out of five stars when asked if they would recommend New Hope and for the staff’s level of training and experience. Similar to the alum, however, the loved one rated the program’s holistic offerings one out of five stars and the ability to treat co-occurring disorders two stars. They wrote the center was “effective in treatment,” but added “it needs a make over.”
RayChel, whose son was in the facility, wrote on Facebook of papers that weren’t faxed by staff and her loved one being written up for minor infractions.
According to the center’s website, New Hope Recovery Center accepts private pay and most major insurances. The cost per day of residential treatment is $225 and $150 for the IOP program.
Financing is available to people who are unable to pay for treatment through Prosper Healthcare Lending and My Treatment Lender.