At Newport Healthcare, we’re dedicated to supporting young people in every aspect of their growth, and we view our relationships with our client’s teachers, school counselors, and administrators as an essential part of that mission. It is our privilege to support you as well as the students and families you refer to us.
Why Refer to Newport?
When you refer to Newport, you’re referring to a program that addresses the whole person, including a young person’s academic and executive functioning goals; values your insight and involvement; and provides multiple layers of accessibility that optimize access to care for your students and their families.
As a referring school professional, you’ll be an instrumental part of your client’s support system, and we’ll work together to ensure that your students progress in their education and learning skills while they’re with us. Our academic experts are credentialed and/or licensed by the state, most with Master’s degrees and special education backgrounds, as well as extensive training in social-emotional learning and adherence to IEPs.
Our Relationship with You
We work with school professionals to meet our shared goals of nurturing teens’ love of learning, advancing their progress, and giving them the executive functioning and organizational skills to be more engaged, inspired, and successful when they return to the school environment.
That’s Also Affordable
We work with most major insurance companies, both in and out of network, to optimize access to care for families. Insurance companies are much more likely to provide coverage when a program has been vetted and meets the highest standards of care. Newport’s innovative approach and dedication to excellence has been recognized with the Gold Seal of Approval® from the Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest healthcare accrediting body.
The Newport Healthcare Center for Research and Innovation partners with a third-party academic institution, Drexel University’s Center for Family Intervention Science, to measure and publish our industry-leading outcomes data. In addition to measuring improvements in anxiety, depression, and well-being, we use a proprietary scale to gauge students’ academic progress, which consistently shows significant gains in motivation, engagement, and organizational skills.
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Building a Foundation for Your Students’ Success
Entering treatment doesn’t have to interrupt students’ academic progress. At Newport, we collaborate with schools to ensure that young people continue to reach their academic goals during their time with us.
While supporting teens and their families on the path to healing, we set students up for success once they leave treatment, with the self-regulation skills, academic abilities, and self-confidence to launch into adulthood and a bright future.
Trauma-informed care encompasses the environment in which treatment takes place. That’s why our locations are in beautiful settings, with art and music studios, gyms, and peaceful spaces for yoga and meditation. Our classrooms are outfitted with the latest technology, and our culinary staff create nutritious meals using organic, locally sourced ingredients.
We pride ourselves on maintaining industry-leading staff-to-client ratios. Each client is surrounded by a dedicated treatment team that includes a psychiatrist, a family therapist, doctors and nurse practitioners, experiential therapists, counselors, and academic teachers and tutors. Referring providers are an essential part of the treatment team.
Our robust academic and life skills programming is designed to support executive functioning, motivation, and engagement. As our clients’ well-being increases, their joy in learning returns as well. We ensure that the young people in our care continue to progress toward their educational and career goals, and are set up for success in their next steps.
Our integrated, whole-person approach encompasses a wide variety of clinical, experiential, and academic modalities. We address every aspect of a young person’s well-being—psychological, physical, emotional, relational, and educational—building their resilience and self-regulation so they are equipped to navigate the unique challenges of their life stage.
Family as Key
Newport’s differentiated clinical model views family as central to long-term, sustainable healing. The groundbreaking Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) methodology is a central component of our approach, and is proven to successfully address youth suicidality by repairing ruptures in the parent-child relationship. Our clinicians receive ongoing training and consultation from ABFT’s co-founders.
Seeing that lightbulb go on for the kids is what our teachers live for. There is nothing like seeing these kids grow and recognize their own personal potential.—Ryan Fedoroff, M.Ed
Vice President, Learning and Development, Newport Healthcare
of Newport’s referring providers would refer to us again, based on current referent surveys.