Newport Healthcare’s Programs
As the parent company of two of the preeminent mental health programs in the United States, Newport Healthcare’s behavioral healthcare services are dedicated to treating teens, young adults, and families who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues. As a primary mental health treatment program, we also work with young people who have co-occurring issues, such as eating disorders and substance use disorders, as well as issues with social media and other technology-related addictions.
Newport Academy is the leading teen mental health treatment center, healing underlying mental health issues such as depression and anxiety that cause maladaptive behaviors such as substance use disorder, disordered eating, and other trauma-related behavioral concerns.Learn more
Newport Institute is a series of healing behavioral healthcare services for young people ages 18–27 who are struggling with various mental health issues: trauma, anxiety, depression, and co-occurring disorders, such as eating disorders, substance abuse, and self-harm.Learn more
The Center for Families provides guidance, awareness, and education for families around mental health and substance abuse struggles in local communities. We lead families to healing through support groups, clinical therapy, and educational workshops.Learn more
Newport Healthcare Gives Back
Donating to Our Communities
As part of our corporate social responsibility efforts Newport Healthcare has donated millions in free unfunded care. We also fund initiatives aligned with our education and youth workforce development strategies in local communities.
Partnering with Our Communities
Newport Healthcare maintains active partnerships including with Botvin LifeSkills, a highly interactive skills-based program designed to promote health and personal development of youth.
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve mental health treatment by making services more widely accessible and affordable for those struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma and co-occurring substance use and eating disorder issues, Newport Institute is now part of an in-network agreement with Anthem Blue Cross in California. The mental health treatment program for young adults ages…
Worldwide, 800,000 people die by suicide each year. For each death, there are an additional 25 attempts. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified an already existing mental health crisis in this country as research shows that more than 21,000 Americans considered self-harm or suicide this past May alone. Sadly, younger populations including teens and young adults are being hit especially…
Newport’s Clinical Model
We are dedicated to mental health care that provides lasting care for our clients. To that end, we work with a third party to rigorously collect and analyze client progress, informing our tailored treatment plans for all who come through our door.Learn more
Accreditation, Licensing, & Affiliations
Our innovative approach to mental healthcare earns accolades from press around the world, but it is our dedication to our client success that has helped our Newport Academy and Newport Institute programs achieve accreditation from The Joint Commission, exceed licensing standards of care, and nurture affiliations with the following: