Taking the First Step
Once you realize you or someone you love needs help from addiction, the next step is to find the right treatment. At New Vista, we believe all people are capable of positive change and there is no wrong path to recovery. We are here to provide services and support to help individuals live their best life. New Vista provides substance use treatment for adolescents and adults. We offer a range of treatment based on the needs of the individual - this is called person-centered treatment. We treat addiction as a disease and provide services to meet needs and goals of the individual. The type of substance use, the length and severity of use, physical and mental health are all factors that determine the best treatment options. Our treatment practices are proven to be effective and set individuals on a path to recovery.
Quick Response Team - Each week day between 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. we hold a walk-in clinic at 201 Mechanic Street. Individuals can get started with treatment the same day. Family members and loved ones can get answers to their questions. A peer support specialist, a person who has achieved recovery from addiction, is available to talk to you.
What Services are Offered?
Clients meet one on one with licensed therapists trained in the treatment of substance use. Treatment sessions take place in our office location nearest you. Learn More ›
Intensive Outpatient Services or IOP is a group therapy and education treatment that meets three times a week for nine total hours per week. Individual and family counseling are also provided as a part of IOP. Treatment takes place in Fayette, Boyle, Scott, Madison and Harrison counties. Learn More ›
This specialty program is geared for pregnant and post-partum women and offers a variety of treatment and support to meet the needs of the mother and family. Learn More ›
The Schwartz Center is a short-term rehabilitation program for men and women. This is one of the most common types of recovery programs. Individuals are accepted from anywhere in Kentucky for addiction treatment. Learn More ›