Who We Are – About Newport Healthcare
At Newport Healthcare, we believe in sustainable healing. We bring teens and young adults from self-destruction to self-esteem by treating primary mental health issues, addressing the underlying causes of high-risk behavior. We treat individuals ages 12–27 who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and/or trauma-related issues, along with co-occurring eating disorders and substance abuse. Through our clinical expertise and holistic care, we strive to help alleviate the stigma surrounding teen and young adult mental health.
In 2008, Newport Academy, an entity of Newport Healthcare, was founded by Jamison Monroe Jr. and his father, and was set out to build a comprehensive treatment alternative to rehabilitation. Today, Newport Healthcare empowers tens of thousands of teens, young adults, and their families through progressive treatment programs that achieves unparalleled outcomes.
Newport Healthcare opens Newport Academy in Orange County, California. It was here, that we opened the doors of a six-bed facility for adolescent girls, and that we developed an integrated approach designed to balance the psychological, biological, social, educational, and spiritual needs of teens and young adults.
Barbara Nosal, PhD, LMFT, LADC, joins Newport Healthcare as Chief Clinical Officer, developing and overseeing clinical and family programs. “Witnessing the transformation of teens and their families is the most fulfilling and meaningful experience I have had professionally,” she says.
As the need for teen mental health treatment drastically increases throughout the United States, we feel empowered to open our Connecticut campus, allowing us to bring our evidence-based treatment approach—which includes residential treatment, outpatient programs, and Day Schools—to more adolescents and families across the country.
Meet Our Leadership
Newport Healthcare has assembled the best rehab healthcare team members and mental health leaders in the country to serve as the foundation for our unparalleled mental health recovery centers. Our team has facilitated countless amazing recovery stories together.
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 […]
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: