Learn Our Code Of Ethics
- It is our priority to treat our patients and their families with the utmost dignity and respect.
- We do not accept patients that are not clinically appropriate for Next Chapter. We understand that our program is not “one-size-fits-all”, and we will gladly refer those patients who are not appropriate to another program that is more appropriate.
- Next Chapter does not engage in any false or misleading advertising or marketing. We are who we say we are, and we encourage families and professionals to visit our facility, meet our staff, and spend the day with us before making any final decisions.
- Next Chapter does not offer or receive any financial payment or participate in any “kickbacks” for either being referred or referring patients.
- When a patient is discharged early from the program it is based purely on clinical reasons, and what the clinical team feels is best for the community and patient.
- We believe in involving our referents throughout the treatment process, and when appropriate, referring the patient back to the referent.
NARR Code of Ethics Resources
Code of Ethics – Staff Signature
90 Days ago, with little hope and feelings of total helplessness, I drove my son from New York to Next Chapter on a recommendation from our District Attorney’s office. We were meet with an instant feeling of understanding and renewed hope. Addiction is a life-long battle, but with the understanding, therapy and commitment that was given at Next Chapter I feel cautiously optimistic regarding my son’s recovery. Next Chapter and their staff I regard as high level professionals.