At Newport Academy, our integrated approach to teen mental health is founded in compassion and driven by outcomes. Our philosophy of care recognizes teen behavioral issues, such as substance abuse, eating disorders, self-harm, and other co-occurring disorders, as symptoms of underlying mental health challenges—trauma, depression, and/or
. To support our teens and their families in achieving long-term, sustainable healing from these issues, we address the root causes through comprehensive and solutions-focused treatment that involves the entire family in the healing process. Our mission to empower teens and restore families takes into account every aspect of a teen’s well-being—physical, psychological, social, familial, educational, and spiritual— so they can thrive when they return home to their families, schools, and communities. To ensure that our care is truly evidence-based, we track a variety of treatment goals and commission rigorous third-party evaluations of our programming. Data on our outcomes shows consistent positive results in measures of well-being, depression, and
, with patients’ improvements, on average, exceeding levels of clinical significance.