New Frontier Treatment Center

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1490 Grimes St.
Fallon, Nevada 89406 US

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(775) 423-1412 (Main)
(775) 423-4054 (Fax)

Business Birthday: 01-Apr-1971

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24/7 emergency phone 775-427-4040 – live clinician (MFT/LADC) not an automated system – includes arrangements for meals and food from emergency food pantry.  This is the emergency number that handles a number of inquiries including those clients who are suicidal or at severe risk (welfare checks by local law enforcement done to ensure individual safety).

New Frontier is licensed as a 28 bed residential facility through the Nevada State Health Division, certified for levels of care provided through the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) and nationally accredited through the Joint Commission on Accredited Healthcare Organizations (TJC).  Our residential staff has been trained and certified as detox technicians by the State of Nevada.

New Frontier has some bilingual sites and services available.

Contact Information

Main Office

1490 Grimes Street, P. O. Box 1240
Fallon, NV  89407
(775) 423-1412 – Telephone
(775) 423-4054 – Facsimile

Toll-Free

1-800-232-6382

Satellite Offices

Lovelock
Elko
West Wendover
Pioche/Caliente

Telehealth services to provide rural out-county support, case management and clinical services for mental health, co-occurring, substance use disorders, gambling, targeted case management or any other service not currently being provided within those rural communities.

We accept and are in network with most insurance companies; we are also a Nevada Medicaid provider for outpatient services only. 

Mental Health/COD

  • Co-occurring Treatment / dual diagnosis clients
  • Mental Health Evaluation and Treatment – children, youth, families and individuals
  • Work with chronically mentally ill clients
  • Marriage and Family Counseling

Substance Use Disorders

  • Substance Abuse Evaluation
  • Individual and Group Treatment
  • Drug Testing (random)
  • DUI Assessment and Treatment
  • Freedom from Smoking (tobacco cessation) classes

Non-Chemical Addictions

  • Gambling Evaluation
  • Individual and Group Gambling Treatment
  • Services for Other Addictions available upon request

Residential/Inpatient Services

  • Social Model Detoxification
  • 28 bed Residential III.5 treatment (6 week program)
  • Advanced Recovery Residential program (PATH and CABHI) – Level III.1
  • Long-term residential programming (HUD up to two years)
  • Bilingual, bicultural evaluation and counseling (MH/SUD/Co-Occurring)
  • Cultural Beliefs (Native American smudging, Talking Circle and drums)
  • Other cultural, gender specific or self-help groups to provide for client needs

Primary Health Services

  • Primary Health/Medical Director including Health Assessment/Medication Management
  • Center for Behavioral Health Partnership for Medication-Assisted Therapy
  • TB/HIV Testing and Education
    • Medication Assistance through some grant funding for homeless and mentally ill

Youth Services

Educational youth group Thursdays at 3:30.  NFTC will pick teen up at the school and transport them to NFTC’s offices.  In addition to transportation to and from, NFTC also provides food.  Any teen age 13 to 17 may participate.  Call 775-423-1412 and ask for intake.  There is no cost to the family or the teen.

  • Drug Testing (random)
  • Mental Health Assessment
  • Drug and Alcohol Assessment
  • Individual and Group Treatment (including in Churchill County Juvenile Detention Center)

Family Services

  • Creating Lasting Family Connections family prevention program
  • Screenings in April at Junior High and High School plus CLFC’s Getting Real
  • Parenting Wisely classes

Nevada Specialty Courts

  • Drug Court – adult drug court in Lovelock, Fallon and Pioche; juvenile drug court/diversion programs in Lovelock, Elko and Pioche/Caliente.
  • DUI Diversion Court in Fallon

Employer Assistance Programs (EAP)

  • Assessment/Evaluation
  • Therapy / Treatment Services
  • Education for employer and employee

Special Services

  • Emergency Food Pantry 24/7 – hot meals from kitchen in emergencies – 427-4040.  Since we are a 24 hour 7 day per week residential and detox unit – it makes it easy for us to have staff available in emergencies to help families with food.
  • New Frontier is also the responsible site for the USDA Commodities Program in Churchill County
  • SNAPS application assistance (food stamps)
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets / Gift Bags at Christmas for Kids / Adopt a Family at Christmas
  • Clothing donation closet
  • Household goods donation closet / some furniture occasionally
  • Diapers, wipes and other infant and toddler supplies when available

Case Management/Intake: (Every client or family is assessed for their individual needs)

  • Housing / Centralized Intake / CABHI / PATH / Housing First Model
  • SOAR application assistance (SSDI/SSI)
  • Education / boot camp referral for GED
  • Employment / Coordination of Job Training
  • Transportation
  •  Child Care
  • Parenting Classes
  • Primary Health / TB / HIV-AIDS / STD / family planning
  • Nutritional Guidance
  • Family Reunification – CPS/DCFS
  • Intake Assistance for placement in proper levels of care in other facilities / referrals

Specialty and Peer Recovery Groups

NFTC promotes and supports peer recovery specialists and services provided by peers.

  • Healthy Living Group
  • Life Skills Groups
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Relapse Prevention groups
  • Hurt and Loss groups / grief and loss support
  • Gender Specific Groups / Women’s and Men’s groups
  • Juvenile Group ages 12-17 (free) Thursday afternoon 3:30 PM – can provide transportation
  • Anger Management
  • Criminal Thinking
  • Budgeting
  • Parenting
  • Communication

Public Awareness, Education and Trainings

  • Collaboration with local Health Fairs
  • Volunteer Services – clients giving back
  • Recovery Month barbecue, kids games, prizes – increase awareness
  • Presentations to local organizations including the local schools, hospital, juvenile probation and child and family welfare organizations.
  • Participation in the annual Northern Nevada Project Homeless Connect

Collaboration and referrals with agencies

  • Churchill Community Coalition
  • Churchill County Resource Committee
  • JOIN / JobConnect / Silver State Works
  • Fallon Counseling and Supportive Services (Fallon Mental Health)
  • Churchill County School District (Students in Transition)
  • Churchill County Juvenile Detention Center and JPO
  • Food Bank of Northern Nevada

Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Local Churches
  • Division of Child and Family Services / Child Protective Services
  • Local Courts including Washoe and Carson City Counties and rural offices
  • Local Law Enforcement / Adult Parole and Probation
  • Domestic Violence Intervention
  • Churchill County Social Services / Centralized Intake
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Fallon Ministerial Fund
  • Veterans Administration
  • Western Nevada College
  •  Care-Net Pregnancy Center
  • Banner Churchill Community Hospital/Emergency Room
  • Treatment Agencies in Nevada including Clark, Washoe, Carson and all other rural counties

New Frontier’s newest endeavor is a Domestic Violence Batterers Program for men and women which has been approved by the State of Nevada, Attorney General’s Committee on Domestic Violence.  Women’s group is Monday at 4:30 and Men’s group is Monday at 6:30.

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