At A New Tomorrow Treatment Center, we offer structured programming individualized to each young person. Our diverse staffing model includes, Medical Director, Dr. Mandy Manak, full-time Addictions Counsellors, full-time Registered Nurses specializing in addiction, full-time Social Workers, and around-the-clock Activity/Addiction Workers.
Our staff work together with the youth and family to provide focused wellness plans and consistency to help the youth work towards their treatment goals.
Freedom from substance abuse is possible and we are here to support you every step of the way. We help youth reconnect with their goals, visions and help repair and strengthen relationships.
What do we provide?
In patient treatment that is evidence-based and person-centered
Treatment that is inclusive, nonjudgmental, caring, and compassionate
Individualized professional support in a safe, secure, and protected environment
Personalized wellness plans to help youth work towards their treatment goals
12 weeks of programming material; length of stay is dependent on individual needs and goals
Introducing and engagement in many treatment models of recovery
Youth ages 12-18 from British Columbia with preference given to residents of Interior Health region
Anyone can refer youth, including youth themselves
Prior to Admission, youth are required to be abstinent from substances
Youth to work with withdrawal management, with community partners, can be arranged if needed.
How Can I Apply?
Anyone can apply at any time. Youth, families, friends, their loved ones, guardians/parents, doctors, psychiatrists, counsellors, etc. The youth who is to participate in treatment must give consent to the application. Forced treatment is not ideal. All youth must have a willingness to attend in-patient treatment with a commitment of recovery, one day at a time.
How to apply- Please print the form and fax to 778-262-3089 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the application is received, it will be reviewed with the team. You will be contacted for additional collateral information to determine next steps. If any clarification is required, someone will contact the youth or the person completing the application. The team will make every effort to ensure best possible care and a seamless intake and admission. If a bed is available and the application is accepted, further connections and arrangements will be made.
Privacy; being in treatment is a private matter, why you are here and your treatment is also private
Our pledge to you:
We will be patient while you decide if you can trust us
We will let you tell your story, your way
We will accept that whatever you have done and whatever you may do is the Best that you can do at the time with what you are given
We will see you not as ‘an addict or substance abuser,’ but as ‘this’ person, someone who struggles with substance use
We won’t judge you as right or wrong, good or bad
We won’t assume to know what is right for you, and accept that you may be confused or scared, but you are still the expert of yourself
We won’t place high expectations on you, and realize you have enough trouble with your own at the moment
We will hear your feelings, not just your words
We won’t save you; we realize you can do that yourself
We will provide consistent support every step of the way
We will help you help yourself
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The Expectations at ANTTS are meant to keep everyone safe and treated with respect. Below are the main house rules. These may change when needed.
Respect is one of our core values. It is expected that youth will treat everyone- inside and outside of the centre – with respect. Respect is shown in our language, our actions, our thoughts, and in everything we do.
Youth are to treat the centre as their home. Property is expected to be kept clean and safe inside and outside of the building.
Youth will not be physically or verbally aggressive toward self or others, including those inside and outside of the centre.
Criminal Activity of any kind (theft of property, damaging of property, inappropriate website searches, etc.) is not accepted.
Youth must not bring or have guests bring into the facility any drug paraphernalia, drugs, or alcohol. If brought into the facility or on facility property, these items will be confiscated and removed from the property for everybody’s safety.
Youth must not bring any weapons, imitation weapons, or anything that staff feel has the potential to be used as a weapon. If brought into ANT, or on ANT property, these items will be confiscated and removed from the property.
Youth are not permitted to block their bedroom doors by any means. Staff conduct 30-minute checks throughout the night to ensure youth safety. Blocking the door is also a safety issue in case of emergency.
Room searches and urine screens may occur randomly or at any time if there is reason to believe that youth have used substances or have contraband items. Any items found which are on the list of contraband outlined above, will be removed by staff or RCMP if needed. A positive drug screen may result in a more thorough lab examination or discharge from the program.
ANT staff have the right to search any bags and / or pockets or any item they so wish if they are suspicious of its contents. Any items brought into the centre by guests will be searched before youth are able to possess them.
Staff will make sure to work with youth and their families. Youth may request to have a meeting. Youth are expected to participate in the meeting as per the therapeutic guidelines of the assigned counsellor
Youth are expected to participate in extracurricular activities including recreational recovery-based programs
Youth are expected to complete their program milestones
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Apply Today To Join
Join our Program by beginning our application process.