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Home of New Vision

3.6 Very Good (10 Reviews) |
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3.6
Very Good
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3115 Professional Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Services

  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

Action Groups

Assessment and Referral

Case Management

Philosophy

Home of New Vision is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides gender-specific programs and specialized services to empower, protect, encourage, and enrich the lives of men, women, their families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction. We are committed to promoting change and awareness, and reducing stigma and shame, by providing a better understanding of recovery. Our philosophy is that substance use disorders are treatable, chronic diseases whose progression can be interrupted at any point. We believe that substance abuse education, treatment, and support are effective ways to intervene in the progression and development of chemical dependency, and to allow for sustained, long-term recovery. At Home of New Vision, we believe in using the Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) approach coupled with relational and empowerment models in our therapeutic services for drug and alcohol addiction. These models acknowledge that community and peer connections are fundamental to the growth, recovery, and healing of chemically dependent individuals. At Home of New Vision, we encourage the development of mutually supportive and empathetic bonds with others and the community system. We have found that this assists in developing a healthier definition of self, autonomy, and competency. Here, we recognize that chemically dependent individuals are not only faced with the difficulties of recovering from addiction, but also must often contend with systemic biases and oppression related to gender, ethnicity, economic status, sexual orientation, and marital and parental status.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Glynis Anderson
Chief Executive Officer
Curtis Thorton
Clinical Director of Treatment & Prevention Services

User Reviews

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3.3
Good
Great inpatient treatment program. I've also been receiving outpatient treatment services from HNV for years. Most of the staff really do care. Food could be better. I ultimately made the choice to change, and was willing to do whatever it took. This place helped save my life. I love HNV :)
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1.7
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To ANYONE thinking of attending or sending a loved one for treatment services here: I spent all of my late teens and 20\'s battling alcoholism. Upon multiple treatment centers. Finally I found myself at Home of New Vision\'s Recovery Housing (Transitional Housing). What came next over the two years I spent there is absolutely mind blowing. First I was put into a house that was a complete dump. The house leaked, it was dirty, and it was falling apart. After several months of living there it was brought to our attention that the renter of the house (whom Home of New Vision was renting the house from) was being evicted. It took a few more months for anyone from the organization to let us know what was going on. In fact, we had the CEO come out to our house, put on a fake smile, and have a \"completely open and honest\" conversation with us.... YEAH RIGHT! Even our own housing coordinator claimed she had no idea what to tell us. Talk about a complete trigger for anyone struggling with addiction. You live paycheck to paycheck, struggling to make ends meet so you can pay your rent to live in a safe environment. The entire time you have no idea when you could find yourself on the streets due to eviction. Needless to say, when the time came for us to vacate the house the way Home of New Vision handled it was completely unprofessional. Several people who, in my opinion, were not as well liked by our housing coordinator were told they had two weeks to find a place to live. Here we were, a few of us moving to a different location and the rest of our friends in recovery being told they had to go. Upon arriving at the new house things went well for a while. Despite the lack of leadership from the organization, the members of the house managed to do fairly well for themselves for a few months. It was then that Home of New Vision decided to step in, shake things up, and enforce stricter rules and change the structure of the house. Talk about a complete change in your lifestyle and stress level. Trying to juggle work, school, and the requirements of the house is no easy task. Eventually I ended up slipping back into old ways and relapsed. I was asked to leave the house but could return the next day should the members of the house decide it was safe for them, and myself to return. They all agreed and I returned to the house. Two days later I was confronted yet again, this time being told that I had two choices, enter rehab or leave. Being that I had been through the motions of rehab before, I knew I screwed up, I knew what I had to do to get back on track, and I did not feel rehab was needed after a slip up. Needless to say I was forced to pack up and leave. I must also mention their absolutely HORRIBLE management of rent payments, invoices, and communication in the matter. You are constantly told that the monthly rent is X amount of dollars. You are then hounded for every penny on a weekly basis, even if you are paid up. The accountant constantly has differing numbers than your email invoices show, and the housing coordinator once sent me three texts within three days, each day I owed a different amount, varying from $120 to $460. I was also told I would be getting a phone call to be refunded the difference of what I paid for the month after leaving earlier. That phone call never came, not that I expected anything more from this organization anyways. The reason I write this review is in hopes that anyone suffering from addiction will strongly consider going elsewhere to find recovery. I moved in with family upon leaving the house and have never been better. I am still sober, despite being told hundreds of times I will not make it without doing it their way. I have relief in my life finally, not feeling like I am going to just be stuck in their revolving door, set up for failure to remain in their system and putting money in their pockets. If you are looking for uncertainty, constant change, differing opinions and direction from leadership, this is the place for you. If you want real recovery, honesty, and help for yourself or a loved one I urge you to look elsewhere. Recovery is possible with help and support, unfortunately it\'s just not their forte.
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5.0
Excellent
Produce received so fast Delivery man talk cool and handle customer Nicely Overall happy 😊👍
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4.3
Great
Effective treatment.
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HNV uses a strengths-based approach to our clients for a more individualized way of treatment. We offer: Community Case Management Peer Supports Residential Treatment & Detoxification Integrated Treatment Outpatient Treatment Women's Specialty Program 23-hour crisis intervention facility Spectrum Prevention Recovery Residences Jackson Case Management and Recovery Resource Center Professional Trainings.
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4.3
Great
One of my favorite things about working at HNV is observing the staff working with each individual to accomplish results instead of just grouping everyone together and thinking the same thing will work for everybody. I've seen four or five of the facilities come together to help one person find peace. It's beautiful to know that the staff at HNV truly cares and truly wants to make a difference in each individual's life.
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4.3
Great
This program saved my life!
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5.0
Excellent
Great experience. Helped my life in ways I never dreamed of when I entered treatment. I was deeply touched by how much people cared and validated what I was going through. Normally I give up on things and I went voluntarily but I never missed a commitment there. They taught me what it means to be supported and many necessary skills and avenues available, for that and my sobriety, I am grateful.
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I have been associated with recovering people coming out of residential and outpatient services for over a year now. I know that the staff promotes multiple pathways to recovery. I have seen with tremendous clarity what recovery looks like from men and women that were linked to Home of New Vision. The agency has gone above and beyond to advocate for recovery in Washtenaw County and will continue to be a presence in their community.
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1.0
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Worst experience I ever had in my life. Management was on a power trip had no interest in betterment of individuals. After the government money.
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