ABOUT NUVIEW TREATMENT CENTER
Located west of Los Angeles, NuView Treatment Center is an adult outpatient facility. The center, one of 562 intensive outpatient programs (IOP) (39 percent) in California, offers substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment. Through functional medicine and psychotherapy, NuView creates individualized treatment plans for each patient.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon entry into the IOP, patients undergo assessment to determine the best course of treatment. Staff at NuView utilize a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – one of 1270 California-based programs to do so – and holistic methods to treat substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.
The program consists of individual therapy combined with a supportive group dynamic, including aftercare options. The center also uses medicine to change brain chemistry and address chronic health conditions through nutrition plans and epigenetic consulting.
In addition to its IOP, Nuview also has a sober living facility for women.
NuView boasts a full clinical team of psychologists, therapists, support staff and nutrition experts.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The IOP is a traditional counseling center The women's sober house has 4-bedroom facility that offers cable, kitchen access, a backyard and laundry;
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
To date, no alumni have submitted reviews to Rehabs.com.
The center has a Facebook page with over 1,000 followers, however, no users have commented or reviewed the facility to date.
NuView, like 763 other facilities in California, accepts most private insurance plans, but also offers affordable self-pay options.
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