To get teens and young adults the care they need to thrive, we collaborate with a network of primary healthcare providers and community-oriented insurance payors. Together, we’re making a significant positive impact on adolescent mental health rates at a time when it’s needed most.

For Referring Professionals

Our clients’ referring care providers have insight into their needs and investment in their healing. That’s why we prioritize our partnerships with referring professionals. These relationships give us essential information as we work together to create tailored treatment for each patient, helping to ensure successful and sustainable outcomes. The knowledge we glean from referring providers supports us in customizing the most effective, compassionate care for our clients.

100%

of our services can be covered by in- or out-of-network insurance providers

4x

In the first 3 weeks of treatment, Newport patients experienced a 4x greater increase in levels of well-being

1 in 5

adolescents has a diagnosable mental disorder, such as depression and/or teen anxiety disorders, according to the US Department of Health & Human Services

Our Payers

At Newport Healthcare, we value the vital role payors play in ensuring families and individuals across the country have access to the health care they need. We work closely with payors, offering results-driven care to their clients, and providing transparency of the efficacy of our services through our third-party outcomes. We also ensure treatment is integrated, working with local providers to assemble the treatment plan, to increase results and reduce overall healthcare costs.

We have been very impressed with the level of clinical sophistication and inclusion of family throughout Newport Healthcare’s programs—it sets them apart. We look forward to a lasting national partnership.

Jaja Okigwe
CEO and President, First Choice Health

Newport Healthcare
Day Conferences

Newport Healthcare conferences blend leading speakers, clinical talks, culinary workshops, wellness practices, and a deeper look at creative therapy as keys to rethinking teen and young adult mental health.