Director of Admissions
Blake Kinsey
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
811 N Ranch Wood Trail Multiple Locations
Orange, CA
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We offer a full continuum of care—residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs, in addition to continuing care that includes remote options for teens ages 12-17. Each teen is assigned a treatment team that collaborates to develop their individualized treatment plan, taking into account their psychological history, current circumstances, family situation, and learning needs. Our approach recognizes that family involvement is key to sustainable healing. Therefore, families attend weekly individualized family therapy sessions, a Saturday Family Program, and a Parent Intensive. We use Attachment-Based Family Therapy to repair parent-child relationships and restore family harmony. In addition, our campuses and treatment are separated by gender, as research shows that this approach results in greater commitment to healing and more effective recovery. Patients’ weekly schedules include individual, group, and family therapy, utilizing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Adventure Therapy, which takes place in beautiful outdoor settings, is a cornerstone of our experiential offerings, which also include creative arts therapy, Equine-Assisted Therapy, martial arts, and more. Our academic program sets up apart from other treatment centers. Residents spend structured time in the classroom, and with tutors as necessary, so they can continue to make progress during treatment while gaining skills to be more engaged and successful when they return to the school environment.

General Information

Private Company - Owners Off-Site
Newport Healthcare
n/a
Privately Owned
Jamison Monroe

Residential Treatment

No
12 - 17
Yes
Yes
3 Months
10
Urban
Single Rooms with Private Baths
Single Rooms with Shared Baths
Doubles
Students are Always in "Line-of-Sight" with staff
Yes
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Insurance

Yes
Full Time Staff Member
Yes

Therapy - Individual

Yes
8 Hours
8
All therapists are licensed by the state of operation
6 Clients
Yes

Therapy - Group

Yes
20 Hours
15 Hours
2 Hours
Yes

Additional Professionals & Medical Rule Outs

> 50%
No
Yes
Yes

Treatment Modalities

Yes
Call For More Information
No
Art
Breathing Techniques / Breath Work
Meditation
Yoga
Mentalization Based Therapy, Mindfulness, etc.
No

Staff

1:3
Yes
Yes
Call for more information
40 Hours

Academic

7 - 12
College
Call for more Information
1:4
Traditional teacher-led class
Teachers support blended learning
Packets with teacher support
Call for more information
Yes
Yes
Call for more information
Yes
Yes
Tests
Classes
Yes

Transition Programming

Yes
Additional Therapist To Work With Student Or Family As Transition
No
> 50%

Nuts & Bolts

Yes
Call for more information
Call for more information
Call for more information
Hartford [BDL]
1 Hours
> 50%
No
Yes
Call for more information
Call for more information
1 Hours
Mission Statement
Newport Academy provides mental health–primary treatment that addresses the underlying causes of destructive behaviors, not just the symptoms. Based in clinical expertise and compassionate care, our integrated approach treats the trauma and abandonment wounds that catalyze depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, eating disorders, and self-harm. Our mission is to empower teens and restore families. We guide teen ages 12 and up and their families to achieve long-term, sustainable healing, using a treatment model that takes into account the physical, psychological, social, educational, and spiritual needs of adolescents. Teens at Newport Academy experience a blend of scientifically validated modalities and experiential therapies that support them in building authentic connection with self, developing positive coping skills, and developing supportive relationships with peers. To fulfill our commitment to truly evidence-based care, we rigorously collect data collected on our outcomes using third-party researchers and industry-accepted assessment tools. Our data shows consistent positive outcomes in measures of well-being, depression, and anxiety, with patients’ improvements, on average, exceeding levels of clinical significance during and after treatment. By consistently gathering and analyzing data on our industry-leading outcomes, we’re able to make more strategic and tailored decisions for our patients.