NewPath Mental Health Services' Restoration Project program is designed to assist individuals who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviors. This program is, on average, about two years in length to complete and includes both individual and group therapy components. Participants in the Restoration Project program attend three hour group therapy sessions once per week, co-facilitated by two therapists, and also attend individual therapy sessions bi-weekly. Therapists in our Restoration Project program work closely with each client’s probation officer to ensure the best coordination of care. This includes facilitating quarterly meetings with the client and probation officer to review progress.
Our Restoration Project program has a very high success rate, with less than 1% of those who graduate from our program re-offending. Therapists in our Restoration Project program are dedicated to building honest and trusting relationships with clients and assisting them as they strive to maintain safety, uphold accountability and honesty, and work to reach their goals.
Because we believe sexual offenses affect entire families, our Restoration Project program also offers psychotherapy services (individual, conjoint, and group therapy options) for spouses and partners of our Restoration Project clients. We also offer safe and intentional reconciliation and reunification services for clients and their families, and/or individuals they offended against, as desired or appropriate.
Each potential new Restoration Project client completes a detailed two hour intake interview to determine the nature of past and current sexual behaviors, possible goals, and future treatment focus. If you are interested in the Restoration Project program, please call 763-566-0088 and speak to our Client Services Coordinator.
NewPath’s focus was the complete restoration of each person affected by my crime. The staff’s purpose was to get to the REAL cause. No excuses, justifications or rationalizations of any kind, only ownership. I learned to see my behavior for what it was – a learned behavioral pattern. I served my time in jail, spent three years in NewPath’s Restoration Project, and now after five years, I’ve moved back into my home and reunited with my family. It’s a miracle of miracles.
- Former NewPath Client