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Home Of New Vision
Home Of New Vision
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Had a substance abuse evaluation done here for a license appeal hearing. Kim was very professional and knowledgeable. I was extremely satisfied with the services they provided me and cost was very fair. I recommend this place for your evaluation since i had tried other places with dismal and poor results. New visions and kim are awesome thanks so much for all the help!!!
bruno fabbri, 1 year ago
They assisted and mentored me on more than one occasion but when I was ready it worked out for me.. Now I'm enrolling in a program that will start me in my career as a addiction counselor/ social workiner in recovery to make living at something I like and good at, plus I want to help other's like other's helped me.
LaVerte Ronn Oneal Minter x, 1 year ago
Two of my children jody and Brent have been in your program.Jody been graduated from program for years, where Brent is still in it and has a year sobriety. I want to thank everyone from my heart for saving my family, your in my prayers daily.But I can't find anywhere ,so all of us can donate to an outstanding organization .Thank you.😄
Pat Budnick, 1 year ago
Great case worker I had Bless you J.
Isola Abebe, 1 year ago
I have done a lot of volunteer work for Home of New Vision and I've gotten to know the staff and many of my friends have been through their programs. I've seen true miracles happen through Home of New Vision! Glynis, the CEO, truly cares about the clients and the recovery community. It's not about making a buck for her, it's about providing the best treatment possible. I'm lucky to have been involved with this organization!!
Liz Audette, 2 years ago
I like it
W. P., 4 years ago
3115 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan 40104
We are passionate about our mission to help people struggling with substance use disorders find a better way of life. At Home of New Vision, we understand the feelings of fear, hopelessness, and despair suffered by those impacted by the disease of addiction. Our wide array of treatment services and recovery supports are tailored to the individual needs of each client, and our evidence-based practices assist individuals to achieve a full life of recovery.
Home of New Vision is a leader in the field of substance use disorder treatment and a voice in the State of Michigan. We help people find the hope, confidence, and courage to change, leading them to a new and better vision for their future. Our experience teaches us that change is possible, that treatment works, and that recovery does happen! Home of New Vision is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides gender-specific programs and specialized services to empower, protect, encourage, and enrich the lives of men, women, their families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction. We are committed to promoting change and awareness, and reducing stigma and shame, by providing a better understanding of recovery.
Our philosophy is that substance use disorders are treatable, chronic diseases whose progression can be interrupted at any point. We believe that substance use disorder education, treatment, and support are effective ways to intervene in the progression and development of chemical dependency, and to allow for sustained, long-term recovery. At Home of New Vision, we believe in using the Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) approach coupled with relational and empowerment models in our therapeutic services for drug and alcohol addiction. These models acknowledge that community and peer connections are fundamental to the growth, recovery, and healing of chemically dependent individuals. At Home of New Vision, we encourage the development of mutually supportive and empathetic bonds with others and the community system. We have found that this assists in developing a healthier definition of self, autonomy, and competency. Here, we recognize that chemically dependent individuals are not only faced with the difficulties of recovering from addiction, but also must often contend with systemic biases and oppression related to gender, ethnicity, economic status, sexual orientation, and marital and parental status. The ROSC approach addresses not only the importance of community connections and peers but also identifies the importance of systems as they relate to recovery and the stigmatization of addiction. Over the years, we have found that addressing these issues as part of the treatment protocol correlates with higher self-esteem and self-sufficiency.
Home of New Vision is licensed by the Michigan Department of Community Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction services and is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.