What We Offer
- Medium and low intensity, co-occurring residential treatment for men, women, and transgender individuals
- Intensive co-occurring outpatient treatment with optional recovery residence support for women & men
- Continuum of highly affordable services allowing individuals to customize their length of treatment
NUWAY is privileged to be the first in the nation to offer the Co-Occurring Disorders Program (CDP) that was created by the Dartmouth Medical School in association with the Hazelden Foundation. The goal of this program is to enhance our client’s recovery through understanding substance use and mental health disorders. It is our belief that substance use and mental health disorders require equal levels of intervention.
Incorporated in 1966, NuWay House, Inc. (NUWAY) began as a grass roots effort within the recovery community to provide extended care residential services. Over the past 50 years, NUWAY has served more than 40,000 men and women in recovery by providing individualized lengths of stay in our residential and outpatient co-occurring substance use and mental health disorder treatment. NUWAY is a private, non-profit organization located in the heart of the recovery community.
In The News
NUWAY has been doing important work in the greater metropolitan area for over fifty years. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Check out where NUWAY has popped up in the news!