New Method Wellness Joins NAATP as a Distinguished Accredited Provider

New Method Wellness, a premier dual diagnosis addiction treatment center, joins the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), an elite group of the nation’s top addiction treatment providers. Among NAATP’s members, New Method Wellness is set apart as a distinguished Accredited Provider, demonstrating their commitment to best practices.

What does NAATP membership mean for clients of New Method Wellness?

As a dually accredited dual diagnosis treatment provider, New Method Wellness further aligns its values and ethics with those of NAATP, indicating that the owners, staff and multidisciplinary team of clinicians are dedicated to delivering the highest quality of services anyone can receive for substance abuse treatment. Membership with National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers indicates recognition of New Method Wellness’s values-based, integrated services delivered for the benefit of those we serve.

Collaboration to Serve You Better

By joining National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, treatment providers have an opportunity to collaborate and network together in order to serve you better. NAATP provides leadership, guidance and education for treatment providers to improve their best practices as research developments constantly change the landscape of substance abuse treatment.

Making a Difference at Capitol Hill

New Method Wellness gets to make a difference together with other treatment providers as they are represented by NAATP in Congress. Along with advocacy organizations such as the Substance Abuse Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), the National Institute on Drug Addiction (NIDA), the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), NAATP is an influential policy-maker in the addiction treatment industry, advocating on your behalf to ensure that everyone receives the best dual diagnosis treatment available.

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