About NewDay Counseling: NewDay is an outpatient addiction treatment clinic, located at 1805 Abercorn Street, Savannah Ga. 31401. We’ll be glad to answer any questions you might have and to consult with you about treatment possibilities. Consultations are free. One thing NewDay values highly is confidentiality. Feel free to leave messages, or contact Susan Farmer at Susan.Farmer@NewDaySav.com. You can also call Intake at 912-201-3605.
NewDay provides an Intensive Outpatient Program that meets four evenings a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 5:30pm until 8:30pm. The NewDay outpatient program lasts 8 weeks. Groups are a combination of group therapy and education. Our counselors are Licensed Professional Counselors, or working on their license through supervision under a LPC Clinical Director, and are trained in the treatment of addiction disorders.
We treat addiction as a chronic and progressive condition that requires long-term recovery management. We refer our clients after completion of outpatient to ongoing support in the community through AA and NA, further counseling for specific issues, if needed, medical follow-up and continuing care meetings. We utilize all community recovery resources available.
Recovery from addiction is a life long process. Although recovery is real and a person who was addicted can improve their life 100%, if recovery is not managed long term, relapse is always a risk. At NewDay we work with clients on relapse prevention and long term Recovery Management. Through the years we’ve witnesses thousands of people in recovery who mend their relationships, go on to finish an education, gain meaningful and prosperous employment, or, most of all, gain peace of mind, but these people manage their recovery.
Addiction, if left untreated, creates more consequences as time goes on. Alcohol and other addictive drugs have devastating effects on the mind and body. If you or someone you know has a problem with alcohol, opiates, cocaine, marijuana, meth, Xanax or some other drug, call a NewDay counselor at 912-201-3605 — it’s confidential and the consultation is free. Making that first call is difficult, but we’ll make the process of getting into treatment easy and comfortable from there. All you have to do is call.