When you or your family seek help at Fairbanks, the first step is talking with an addiction professional in our access center. This process provides our professional staff an opportunity to ask about your medical history, drug and alcohol use, how you are feeling now and what brought you to Fairbanks.
Following this assessment, the team will recommend an appropriate level of treatment, which can include either detox, rehab or outpatient services. During this initial evaluation, a treatment plan can be devised that is personalized and just right for you and your family.
In 2014, Fairbanks began offering The Odyssey Program for young men 19-23 years old. This program offers the same levels of care of as our adult program (detox, residential, IOP and PHP), but has a unique focus on core issues common to this age group. Learn more about The Odyssey Program.
WHAT DO I BRING WITH ME WHEN I COME TO FAIRBANKS FOR ADMISSION TO DETOX OR REHAB?
We ask that you bring the following with you in one suitcase:Comfortable, everyday clothing (including tennis shoes)Money for vending machines or gift shopMedications in their original bottles with the Rx on themPersonal care items that do not contain alcoholReading glasses if you need themLaundry detergent (high efficiency detergent for adult women)Sleepwear/robeInsurance cards, photo ID (driver's license or passport) and prescription cards if you have themContact info for your primary care physician, attorney, probation officer, EAP or family members
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WHAT IF I'M A TOBACCO USER?
Fairbanks is a tobacco-free facility to insure the health of patients, employees, students, volunteers and visitors of Fairbanks
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