New Pathway Counseling developed an innovative program, integrating emotional regulation, physical fitness and spiritual awareness. The program is SOARFIT.
SOAR; encourages commitment and accountability. We offer practical applications and stress the unity of mind, body and spirit. Individuals may use these tools to overcome such problems as self-esteem issues, poor communication skills, substance abuse and educational difficulties.
This program will enable individuals to balance their lives, achieve positive self perception, and self acceptance. In order to achieve success we re-organize thinking patterns, resulting in a change of one’s behavior and attitude. These changes lead to positive action.
Remember….. It’s not the events of life that disturb us; it is our interpretation of such events and our reaction to them that is critical.
All forms of substance abuse, whether the addiction is to alcohol, drugs, or both, take a significant toll on all aspects of a teen addict’s life. At New Pathway, our SOAR addiction treatment specialists work with teens and their families to heal their minds, bodies, and spirits.
At New Pathway Counseling, our Student Outreach Athletic Recovery Program (SOAR) is a family centered intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for adolescents. Guided by the principle that a healthy lifestyle, focused on psychological, physical, and spiritual well-being, is essential for recovery from addiction, our SOAR program combines physical exercise with therapeutic interventions designed to give teens for lifelong sobriety. Since addiction affects everyone in an addicts’ family, the SOAR program includes a family component to support and guides the addicts’ loved ones as they travel along their own pathway to recovery.
Telehealth technology represents a unique opportunity to help reduce the drug epidemic and increase our ability to help serve those in need. Not only have patients expressed interest in using telehealth during the course of their treatment, but we have utilized telehealth in order to help keep participants safe and offer all of our services to a wide range of people who are unable to attend due to medical, geographic, or physical limitations.