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Outpatient Treatment Programs for Adults
Outpatient Care Outpatient care is designed for individuals who need addiction treatment services while living at home or in one of our supportive living apartments. This level of care allows you to incorporate treatment into your life while still attending school, maintaining employment or staying connected to family.
Supportive Living Living in our supportive living apartments is a good option during outpatient treatment. The supportive living program provides a safe, sober and stable living environment while continuing treatment. Find Out More >>
Partial Hospitalization (PHP) PHP is for medically stable individuals who live in a supportive environment and have daily transportation for on-campus programming. Partial hospitalization is comparable to rehab, but allows the patient to return home nightly.
Involvement in 12-step recovery groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Cocaine Anonymous (CA) is emphasized.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) IOP offers group therapy several days or evenings per week. Education is offered to individuals and their families through special weekly family programming.
Individuals are expected to participate in a 12-step recovery program. Special groups are available for chronic relapse patients.
Education Groups Education groups are designed for individuals at the experimental stage of drug and alcohol use. This group assists individuals in making the connection between life problems and their use of drugs and alcohol.
Cindy came to Fairbanks with the desire to put her drug-using lifestyle behind her.
Now, she is an active volunteer through Fairbanks’ alumni services.
She helps greet individuals and families as they take their first step in seeking treatment at Fairbanks. She helps ease their anxiety by sharing her story. Cindy describes her life as active and full of opportunities to succeed and assist others. She feels that her future, without drugs and alcohol, has a lot in store for her.
“During my use, I described myself as living on the dark side of the moon, but now I am on a brighter side. On this side I feel like I am supposed to help others who are struggling. So I keep reaching out to them, which also keeps me sober.” READ CINDY'S STORY>>
“For me rock bottom isn’t a place, it’s a feeling,” added Frank.
Frank chose recovery on September 13, 1996 when he came to Fairbanks. Although he had attempted sobriety many other times, this time he wanted it for good.
“Fairbanks had my best interest,” said Frank. “Everyone at Fairbanks helped me get honest and cut through the denial to see who I really was.” According to Frank one of the ways he stays sober is through volunteering at Fairbanks with the adolescents. For him, it is how he gives back.
“Life today is 180 degrees different from what it was when I was using,” said Frank. “It’s not what I have, it’s how I feel.” READ FRANK'S STORY>>
Mindy, a graduate of Hope Academy, Fairbanks recovery-focused high school, learned an important lesson during her stay — the importance of being honest.
“I learned I had to be honest with myself,” Mindy says. “I had been lying to myself.”
Mindy immediately clicked with the staff, but the expectations were different than what she was used to.
“They weren’t just focused on your grades. They were focused on your sobriety, too.”
Mindy graduated from Hope Academy on May 28th, 2010, and has enrolled at IVY Tech Community College. After she finishes at IVY Tech she wants to earn a degree in mortuary sciences, but is committed to taking life one day at a time.