Outcomes

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At Newport Academy, we are dedicated to long-term, sustainable healing. Therefore, we take the success of our clients very seriously. To this point, we monitor 15 different treatment goals concerning family, academics, and behavior. The five graphs on this page show exceptional outcomes as a result of Newport Academy’s various treatment programs.*

Depression, Stress & Anxiety

Outcomes - Depression, Stress & Anxiety | Newport Academy

Clients experienced significant decreases in feelings of teen depression, stress, and anxiety during treatment. These levels continued to decrease for three to six months upon discharge from the program.

Drug & Alcohol Use

Outcomes - Drug & Alcohol Use | Newport Academy

Clients experienced a dramatic decrease in cravings and use during the three to six months following treatment.

Eating Disorders, Suicidal Thoughts and Self Harm

Outcomes - Eating Disorders, Suicidal Thoughts and Self Harm | Newport Academy

Clients experienced significant decreases during treatment and continued to decrease slightly or remain at these low levels during the 3 and 6 month periods after discharge from program.

School Performance

Outcomes - School Performance | Newport Academy

Academic performance improved dramatically during treatment at Newport Academy, with students reporting that participation, motivation, and grades remained at a high level during the three to six months following program participation. Our individualized instruction makes an impact.

Family Dynamics

Outcomes - Family Dynamics | Newport Academy

Family interaction improved dramatically during treatment, with clients reporting increases in healthy communication as well as feelings of being loved and supported during this time and three to six months following program participation. Communication improved during these time periods as well.

*Ongoing outcome studies conducted by the Medical Quality Assurance Committee, David Smith, MD, FASAM, Barbara Nosal, PhD, LMFT, CADC, and Jessica Hines, MA

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