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Why Home Of New Vision?

We are passionate about our mission to help people struggling with substance use disorders find a better way of life. At Home of New Vision, we understand the feelings of fear, hopelessness, and despair suffered by those impacted by the disease of addiction. Our wide array of treatment services and recovery supports are tailored to the individual needs of each client, and our evidence-based practices assist individuals achieve a full life of recovery.

Home of New Vision is a leader in the field of substance use disorder treatment and a voice in the State of Michigan. We help people find the hope, confidence, and courage to change, leading them to a new and better vision for their future. Our experience teaches us that change is possible, that treatment works, and that recovery does happen!

Home of New Vision is licensed by the Michigan Department of Community Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction services and is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

HONK HONK... We're tooting our own horn over this!
Home of New Vision scored #1 in the Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan 2015 Provider Audit Results.
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For much of the past century, experts studying substance use grappled in the shadows of powerful myths and misconceptions about the nature of addiction. When scientists began to study addictive behavior in the 1930s, people addicted to drugs were thought to be morally flawed and lacking in willpower. Those views shaped society's responses to substance use and co-occurring disorders (substance use coupled with mental health disorders), treating it as a moral failing rather than a health problem. This led to an emphasis on punishment and stigma, rather than prevention and treatment.

Imagine losing anything and everything that is important to you. On top of that, add the darkness of guilt and shame; add depression and anxiety or another mental illness; add hunger, homelessness and loneliness; and finally add the addiction components. Imagine the perspective of feeling like that on the inside without the skills of knowing what to do or how to cope.

Take a moment and visualize how horrible that must feel...

Now add all the outside setbacks: Judgement, name calling, stigma, debt, incarceration; the list seems never ending.

A record number of persons with substance use and co-occurring disorders need your help. HNV helps individuals cope with their problems and get past the barriers that are keeping them from obtaining freedom from their chemical dependencies and deal with the core issues that are holding them down. Did you know there is a stronger link between childhood trauma and addiction than obesity and diabetes? Two thirds of persons with addictions report being abused as children. This means that the war on drugs is a war on traumatized people that just need help. These are not bad people, these are good people to whom bad things happened. We must end the shame, stigma and community denial that surrounds addiction and recognize it for the devastating health issue that it is.

This year HNV is participating in the Holiday Challenge to support the needs of people suffering with addiction and families coping with this heath problem. Your generosity will help provide essential services including housing, individual therapy and group therapy, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, outreach, education and so much more. So please join with us and be a part of the Holiday Giving Challenge that will help us continue to offer hope and treatment to each individual that comes into the care of Home of New Vision

Home of New Vision Holiday Challenge