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What Sets Anew Apart

The Anew Treatment Center brings a fresh start to a time-honored system of therapeutic community treatment whose legacy is rooted in over 40 years of well-established, holistic, and successful care of individuals and families with complex mental health conditions.

 

We have modernized the traditional therapeutic community model by incorporating attachment theory, trauma-informed perspectives, somatic-based approaches, and narrative therapy, to fortify the long-established milieu model and evidence-based practices.

 

Following a distinctive arc of change blueprint, Anew Treatment Center’s programs are designed to flex and follow you along the entire arc of your healing journey, ensuring we are constantly aligned with your growth and progress, from the moment you join our community to the time you are ready to take your gains out to the rest of your world.

Our Approach

Comprehensive and lasting change requires transformation, and internalization of new ideas, perspectives, skills, and behaviors that allows an individual and/or a system to function more effectively, healthily, and with greater hope and success.

 

At the Anew Treatment Center, we adopt a long-term approach to supporting our clients and their families in healing from the effects of mental illness, learning new skills, and reclaiming a sense of hope for the present and the future. For these changes to be both ingrained and sustainable, opportunity, practice, and proficiency are required.

 

Oftentimes, individuals and their families become stuck in a vicious cycle of crisis-stabilization-crisis, where day-to-day living becomes one of crisis management and survival. Acute and short-term treatment interventions tend to focus primarily on compliance for immediate symptom stabilization, which is important for safety, however, is not sufficient for the lasting transformation.

 

At Anew, our aim is to support each client and their family through the entire arc of comprehensive change, from the beginning stages of uncertainty and fear all the way through the integration and application of recovery to all aspects of living. The arc of change is nonlinear; the missteps and surprises are just as important as the successes and achievements. We are here to support you the entire way.

Comprehensive and lasting change requires transformation, and internalization of new ideas, perspectives, skills, and behaviors that allows an individual and/or a system to function more effectively, healthily, and with greater hope and success.

 

At the Anew Treatment Center, we adopt a long-term approach to supporting our clients and their families in healing from the effects of mental illness, learning new skills, and reclaiming a sense of hope for the present and the future. For these changes to be both ingrained and sustainable, opportunity, practice, and proficiency are required.

 

Oftentimes, individuals and their families become stuck in a vicious cycle of crisis-stabilization-crisis, where day-to-day living becomes one of crisis management and survival. Acute and short-term treatment interventions tend to focus primarily on compliance for immediate symptom stabilization, which is important for safety, however, is not sufficient for the lasting transformation.

 

At Anew, our aim is to support each client and their family through the entire arc of comprehensive change, from the beginning stages of uncertainty and fear all the way through the integration and application of recovery to all aspects of living. The arc of change is nonlinear; the missteps and surprises are just as important as the successes and achievements. We are here to support you the entire way.

Our Clinical Philosophy

“We are born in relationship,
we are wounded in relationship,
and we can be healed in relationship.
” 

~ Harville Hendrix

At Anew, we believe that safe, supportive relationships serve as the foundation for deep and lasting change. We also believe that healing and growth is maintained and sustained when change takes place within the individual’s family system.

 

Within the therapeutic milieu, existing relational distress and interpersonal difficulties can be expressed and safely tended to, creating the opportunity to encounter different, and therefore reparative, social outcomes. Our understanding and supportive therapeutic milieu approach provides an immersive experience that creates space to learn about oneself, change disruptive patterns, practice new interpersonal skills, and ultimately develop healthy, safe, and lasting relationships.

 

We also believe that the development of independent living skills is facilitated by strong and safe relational attachments. The goal for comprehensive and lasting change is not about behavioral compliance but the internalization of awareness, information, values, and new beliefs that enable an individual to make informed decisions on how to live one’s desired life. Healing past relational injuries and building new, safe, supportive relationships are the foundation for lasting change.

“We are born in relationship,
we are wounded in relationship,
and we can be healed in relationship.
” 

~ Harville Hendrix

At Anew, we believe that safe, supportive relationships serve as the foundation for deep and lasting change. We also believe that healing and growth is maintained and sustained when change takes place within the individual’s family system.

 

Within the therapeutic milieu, existing relational distress and interpersonal difficulties can be expressed and safely tended to, creating the opportunity to encounter different, and therefore reparative, social outcomes. Our understanding and supportive therapeutic milieu approach provides an immersive experience that creates space to learn about oneself, change disruptive patterns, practice new interpersonal skills, and ultimately develop healthy, safe, and lasting relationships.

 

We also believe that the development of independent living skills is facilitated by strong and safe relational attachments. The goal for comprehensive and lasting change is not about behavioral compliance but the internalization of awareness, information, values, and new beliefs that enable an individual to make informed decisions on how to live one’s desired life. Healing past relational injuries and building new, safe, supportive relationships are the foundation for lasting change.

A Cultural Legacy of Healing and Hope

The foundation of the Anew Treatment Center’s distinctive culture is rooted in the bountiful and time-honored legacy of Hanbleceya, a residential therapeutic community established in 1979. For the past 25 years, members of our team have had the remarkable opportunity to train in and preserve a system of care based on belonging, shared responsibility, accountability, and reciprocal support.

 

We believe in maintaining the fidelity of a culture that has supported the healing and restoration of hope for thousands. At Anew, members of our community will have the extraordinary opportunity to build upon this foundation and be a part of creating a vibrant and welcoming environment that will continue to provide a safe therapeutic space for individuals and families to recover and grow together.

The foundation of the Anew Treatment Center’s distinctive culture is rooted in the bountiful and time-honored legacy of Hanbleceya, a residential therapeutic community established in 1979. For the past 25 years, members of our team have had the remarkable opportunity to train in and preserve a system of care based on belonging, shared responsibility, accountability, and reciprocal support.

 

We believe in maintaining the fidelity of a culture that has supported the healing and restoration of hope for thousands. At Anew, members of our community will have the extraordinary opportunity to build upon this foundation and be a part of creating a vibrant and welcoming environment that will continue to provide a safe therapeutic space for individuals and families to recover and grow together.

The Therapeutic Community Model

A distinguishing feature of the therapeutic community (TC) model is its intentional use of the community itself as the primary agent for facilitating social and psychological change in individuals. The TC model incorporates social learning theory: learning occurs by identifying with others and through participation, observation, and interaction with others to change thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns.

 

The learning and healing experiences that are essential to recovery and personal growth unfold in a social context and through social interactions that facilitate learning about oneself, changing disruptive patterns, and developing the ability to create and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. Insight into problems is gained through group and individual interaction. Learning through experience, failing, and succeeding, and experiencing the outcomes of one’s actions are considered to be the most potent influence toward achieving lasting change.

 

The main vehicle for teaching self-development lies in daily activities, community operations, and investment in the welfare of the community. Learning occurs not only through specific skills training but in adhering to structure, accepting support, and offering it when needed. Sharing in the building and maintenance of the welfare of the community bonds peers and creates a collective investment in self, other and the greater community.

A distinguishing feature of the therapeutic community (TC) model is its intentional use of the community itself as the primary agent for facilitating social and psychological change in individuals. The TC model incorporates social learning theory: learning occurs by identifying with others and through participation, observation, and interaction with others to change thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns.

 

The learning and healing experiences that are essential to recovery and personal growth unfold in a social context and through social interactions that facilitate learning about oneself, changing disruptive patterns, and developing the ability to create and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. Insight into problems is gained through group and individual interaction. Learning through experience, failing, and succeeding, and experiencing the outcomes of one’s actions are considered to be the most potent influence toward achieving lasting change.

 

The main vehicle for teaching self-development lies in daily activities, community operations, and investment in the welfare of the community. Learning occurs not only through specific skills training but in adhering to structure, accepting support, and offering it when needed. Sharing in the building and maintenance of the welfare of the community bonds peers and creates a collective investment in self, other and the greater community.