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Medication-Assisted Treatment
at New Day Recovery Center

To ease you through detox and into ongoing sobriety, we offer medication-assisted treatment. With these personalized services, you can focus on healing and setting yourself up for a healthy long-term recovery. To help support your journey, we accept Well Care KY Medicaid, Kentucky Medicaid plans, and work with a wide variety of private insurances.

What is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

If you’re struggling with addiction to opioids or alcohol, medication-assisted treatment can help alleviate your withdrawal symptoms and prevent relapse, while you continue to learn other positive coping skills. MAT is one of our personalized programs offered at both our locations where you receive a dose of an FDA approved medication that reduces your desire to use. These medications can help curb your cravings and prevent painful withdrawal symptoms — in the case of Suboxone — or block the intended effects of a substance on your brain, as with Vivitrol.

Your medication is administered at specific intervals, as determined by our professionals who will get to know you personally and weigh your needs, goals, and history, to help you maintain sobriety.

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Inpatient Residential Services in Winchester

For clients in our residential and inpatient programs, we provide medication-assisted treatment services as part of our holistic care plan. You can live in our comfortable surroundings with other women as you work through your addiction, and have the added benefits that MAT provides. You’ll have the guidance of our doctors and your trusted counselors supporting you along the way.

Outpatient Services
in Lexington

Our Lexington location offers outpatient MAT services with Lexington Suboxone Doctor, in tandem with individualized counseling and therapy, tailored to your medication-assisted treatment plan. Our doctors are specialists in helping clients achieve the best outcomes with our comprehensive MAT program. And to be able to help more people in need of MAT, our Lexington location also offers our services to women and men.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What is a typical day in treatment like?

A typical treatment day at New Day Recovery Center consists of recovery groups, recovery focus time, recreation and social activities, exercise activities, and chores.

Can my friends and family visit?

You’re allowed to have visitors after you reach the two-week point in your treatment. Visits are held on the weekends between 3 to 5 p.m., and you get to choose which day and time you would like to schedule them. All visitors need approval by the clinical team before they can come visit.

What happens if I relapse?

We understand substance use disorder in depth, and know that relapse is sometimes a part of your story. Consequences for relapse are determined by a meeting of the clinical team and may involve being moved to a higher level of care.

Facilities & Amenities

Will I have a roommate?

While all rooms are set up with two beds, you may or may not have a roommate, depending on how many people are in the program during your stay. 

What do you provide?

We offer food, snacks, bedding, towels, pillows, hygiene items, clothing and shoes (if needed), cigarettes (if requested), and access to a recreation room and an outdoor space. We will also coordinate any necessary transportation that you may need.

What Should I bring?

You should bring your ID and insurance cards; names and contact information of those involved in your treatment; any medications you are prescribed in their original bottles; up to seven sets of comfortable clothes; personal hygiene and grooming products (a full list will be provided by an intake specialist); pictures of loved ones; cigarettes (unopened) or a disposable vaping device (unopened and cannot be refillable).

What shouldn’t I bring?

You should not bring weapons, perfumes, mouthwash that contains alcohol, inappropriate pictures, drug or alcohol paraphernalia, electronic devices, candles, or alarm clocks.

Treatment Services

What are the differences between the levels of care?

  • Level 3.5 is clinically managed residential services. These services are designed for people with serious psychological or social issues who need 24-hour oversight and are at risk of imminent harm.
  • Level 3.1 is clinically managed low-intensity residential treatment. Residential services at this level consist of a setting, such as a group home, where people live. However, treatment is only required for five hours per week, which helps people with different topics, such as relapse management.

How are treatments personalized?

Therapists meet with every new patient to determine their specific needs. A psychiatric nurse practitioner will also determine how to best support your mental health needs while you’re with us.

Program Information

Does New Day Recovery Center only treat women?

We currently only treat women, but that will soon change. Our men’s residential center is tentatively scheduled to open in several months.

How is your rehab program different?

We believe in providing superior care for our clients and meeting them where they are. Our peer support staff is comprised of individuals in recovery who understand the kinds of difficulties that our clients face. The therapists and medical staff on our team work diligently to provide specialized care to all our clients. We aren’t a huge rehab conglomerate, but a small hometown facility with a personal, laid-back feel.

How long is treatment?

Our individualized recovery plans are based on your unique needs and typically run for 30 to 60 days.

Top Questions

How do phone privileges work?

Phone calls are a privilege that are earned after seven days. Once our treatment team approves the recipient of the call, clients receive a 10-minute phone call every day after 4 p.m.

Can I get treatment if I am pregnant?

Yes, we are experienced in treating and welcome women who are pregnant.

Is smoking/vaping allowed?

Vaping is allowed in all spaces. Cigarettes are allowed in designated outdoor spaces.

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We carefully built these addiction treatment programs to give our clients the best support possible to overcome their addiction and improve their lives. To learn more or start your recovery journey, call us. We can help you today!

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Testimonial What Our Clients Say

“New Day Recovery is the most genuine treatment center I’ve ever been to. IOP allowed me to gain some amazing friends and a strong support system”

– N.S.

Everyone at New Day Center is amazing! This is the most caring, comprehensive, and supportive recovery center! New Day is absolutely life changing.

– C.R.

This place has helped me get on the right track. I’m truly grateful for the help I’ve received at New Day.

– R.D.

New Day Center saved my life!

– S.T.