Medical Stablization & Withdrawal Management in West Jordan, Utah
New Vision is the first step toward recovery.
New Vision is a medically supervised, hospital-based service for adults experiencing impending or active withdrawal from alcohol, prescription medications, and/or certain drugs.
- Opioids (Heroin, OxyContin, Percocet)
- Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium)
- Combined substances
- Comprehensive pre-screening.
- Medical Stabilization and withdrawal relief with 24 hour monitoring by a doctor, nurses and other care professionals.
- Individualized discharge planning with client involvement.
- Most insurance plans accepted.
New Vision is based in a hospital, where patients are cared for by physicians & nurses trained in managing withdrawal.
Patients are admitted to the hospital like other patients, and info about your treatment is between you and your care team only.
Patients are directly involved in every step of their care, and decisions related to discharge planning are in their hands.
Our Hospital team is trained in withdrawal management – this is our expertise. You should entrust your health only to the best professionals.
It is a process to manage withdrawal with medication under the care of nurses & doctors. New Vision is inpatient hospital-based medical stabilization. Our clients are patients of the hospital, and are usually admitted for a 3 day stay.
This service is intended to help medically treat individuals who are experiencing withdrawal from drugs and alcohol, so that they can begin their path to recovery. Any adult (18 or older) who is misusing certain substances may be a candidate for treatment.
We offer a safe and quiet place to recover where your immediate needs are quickly addressed. We include you in decisions made relating to your discharge care plan and make it a priority to have a follow-up appointment scheduled for you prior to completing treatment with New Vision.
SpecialCare Hospital Management administers this service for the hospital and has a financial interest in this service. The diagnosis of need for inpatient admission can only be made by a licensed physician. (rev.061015)