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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.
Seth spent 30 days at Fairbanks before moving into La Verna Lodge Family Program, a 12-step, long-term treatment setting for men created to unite residents and their families in recovery.
“I had to get away from my daily habits and also focus on my recovery,” he says. “But I also needed a safe place to manage my anxiety about life, and a place where I could be held accountable to behave in the appropriate way.”
“After coming to Fairbanks, I realized everything kept on happening without me, that I wasn’t the cause for every effect. For somebody who was terminally self-important, that was the biggest lesson I could ever get.” READ SETH'S STORY>>
After years of drinking and casual drug use, Tyrone found his own path to recovery by witnessing the hope Fairbanks had given his own brother.
“I watched my brother change and realized I was addicted to drugs and alcohol also and I wanted to change. He really helped me see that there was hope.” said Tyrone.
Although Tyrone struggled with the concept of sobriety and honesty for several years he has now been sober for three years and has a new outlook on life.
“I changed my attitude and actions and realized that I have to be honest with myself,” said Tyrone. “It begins with me and it ends with me and I have to be responsible for my decisions.
My life today is better than it’s ever been.” READ TYRONE'S STORY>>
The disease of addiction often affects the entire family. When Melinda’s mother, Adell, was struggling with alcoholism, Melinda found herself feeling hopeless.
“Before my mother embraced treatment and recovery, I was certain that her addiction was going to kill her,” said Melinda. “I came to Fairbanks because I didn’t know what else to do, or where else to go. I just knew that we needed help. I told my mother that I couldn’t help her, but I knew a place that could.” That place was Fairbanks.
“Recovery means bringing life back to a loved one, and it has truly been a blessing for her, our family and me,” said Melinda. “I’m indebted to Fairbanks forever.” READ MELINDA'S STORY>>