Teens at Next Generation Village are able to keep up and catch up with their school coursework with the help of an onsite tutor for three hours each week day.
An onsite private chef prepares three well-balanced meals per day to aid teens health and wellness during the recovery process.
Located in a private/secluded residential area, teens are able to experience a scenic lake view with attached dock providing a serene setting for the recovery process.
Next Generation Village takes the guesswork out of recovery by using a scientifically-proven method — what we call the three-pronged approach — to treat teen addictions and ensure a long lasting recovery. The three prongs — therapeutic learning, cognitive healing and medical assistance — all contribute to well-rounded patient care, which we further individualize with our 10/10 therapeutic experience.
Dr. Drury has been involved in the care and treatment of children, adolescents and adults with mental health and substance abuse issues for over 30 years as a psychiatric attendant, registered nurse, and psychiatrist. He is actively involved in the care and treatment of his patients and utilizes evidence-based practices and treatments that address the unique behavioral, emotional and psychiatric issues associated with substance use disorder. He graduated from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and holds a faculty appointment with Jerry M. Wallace, School of Osteopathic Medicine at Campbell University. He has helped his patients in inpatient, outpatient and forensic setting in inner cities as well as rural clinics in various states. He strongly believes in empowering his patients to become the best that they can be in all aspects of their future endeavors and their abilities to, “Make it a better day”!More
Brandi has been working as a Registered Nurse for over 10 years. She graduated from South Florida State College in 2005 with an Associate Degree in nursing, and is now pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree there also. Most of her nursing career has been hospital based focusing on critical care in emergency departments. Her career ambitions changed after her struggle with addiction, which led to seeking employment with the addiction population. She values the opportunity to develop relationships with patients and families while introducing them to this life changing opportunity. Her goal is to facilitate a seamless transition from home into a recovery community.More
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