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Women's Road to Freedom

We know that each persons treatment needs are different, and it's because of this reason that we've laid out our "New Day Assisted Road to Freedom" below.

What you can expect

When a potential client first reaches out, our warm and inviting staff will begin to gather some basic info and will set up an immediate assessment. In a safe, supportive environment, a therapist will then lead clients through an assessment to better understand their stories and needs.

Our Services

Partial Hospitalization Program

A Partial Hospitalization Program is similar to in-patient treatment, without residing at our facility. Typically lasts 4-6 weeks

Intensive Outpatient Program

Our Intensive Outpatient Treatment is group therapy style, three times per week. This allows clients to maintain a job or tend to family. Typically lasts 4-6 weeks

Family Therapy

A safe and supportive therapist leads families, individuals, and couples through counseling. Length of treatment can vary.

How it Works

Because each person’s treatment needs are different, we’ve designed our “New Day Assisted Road to Freedom” with you in mind.

Community Connection

The freedom of our clients will be held in community through getting connected to a church or interest group. our clients also get connected to the NewDay Alumni Network.
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Program Information

What Can You Bring?

Patients should expect to bring toiletries, clothing, identification, and any necessary medication. Patients must also bring the following:

  • Photo ID: Driver’s License or Passport
  • Medical Insurance Cards
  • Medication list including dosages and all known allergies to medications
  • Comfortable clothing and shoes (pack enough for one week)
  • Athletic shoes and clothing for recreation
  • Alcohol-free and non-aerosol toiletries
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving items, and a hairdryer
  • For winter clients, bring a coat, gloves, a hat, and hiking boots/shoes
  • Bible (recommended)

What Not To Bring

  • Cash, checkbook, credit cards, or debit cards
  • Over the counter medication
  • Heating pads or electric blankets
  • Perfume, cologne, or aftershave
  • Knives, scissors, sharp objects, and other items that could be considered weapons
  • Cell phones, laptops, tablets, cameras, video games, or DVDs
  • Clothing with profanity or references to drugs, sex, or alcohol

Who Will Be a Part of Treatment Team?

  • Licensed Counselors
  • Medical professionals
  • Ordained Clergy
  • Peer Counselors
Location Information
  • Located just outside Bloomington, IN
  • A beautiful facility set on 95 acres with nature trails, a pond, a beach, and fire pits
What You Can Expect
  • 3 hours of individual therapy per week
  • 35 hours of group therapy per week
  • Spiritual discipleship
  • Experiential therapy
  • Menu is overseen by a professional chef
  • Fitness activities
  • Recreational activities
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We offer a wide array of programs to help those suffering from addiction

Residential Treatment

An intensive environment for adults to address their struggle with substance abuse and addiction.

Outpatient Treatment

The Outpatient program is a great option for people to take their first steps to recovery.

Post Treatment

Learn more about how we make sure that our clients are be taken care of after their treatment.

Medically Assisted Treatment

We believe that medication can allow our bodies to function normally while counseling and healing occur.

Family Counseling

We offer Family Addiction Counseling to help families walk through recovery together.


Through the alumni association, we provide encouragement, prayer, and ongoing advice for clients.

Business Partnerships

NewDay helps handle addiction in the workplace and is committed to partnering with businesses and organizations.

Church Partnerships

NewDay partners with and equips churches to respond well to substance abuse and addiction.