8102 Clearvista Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46256
WHAT ARE THE ITEMS THAT I SHOULD NOT BRING WITH ME IF I ENTER INTO DETOX OR REHAB SERVICES?
LaptopsSample or over the counter medicationsComputer or video gamesTelevisions or radiosTobacco products (you may bring your choice of nicotine replacement therapy during the time of your assessment)Lighters, matches, electronic cigarettesClothing representing a bar, alcohol drug use or profanityProvocative clothing (tank tops, short shorts, mini skirts)Food, candy or beveragesWeapons of any kind (guns, pocket knives, knives)Aerosol cansPornographyMouthwash or personal products containing alcoholCell phonesCamerasIpodsBatteriesKeysBed linens (sheets, blankets, comforters, pillows)
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HOW DO I GET HELP?
Call us at 1-800-225-4673 and speak with an addiction professional in our access center to ask a question or to make an appointment for an assessment
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After you, your family and the assessment team have made the decision concerning your level of care, you will be given information about how to contact a Fairbanks financial counselor.
The final cost of treatment is determined by the level of care required; the length of a person’s participation; and specific medical treatment required.
Fairbanks offers a number of options for paying for treatment services:
We will assist you with verifying your insurance coverage and benefits. Insurance policies and benefits are extremely varied. We suggest you contact your insurance provider and learn about the inpatient or outpatient benefits you may have for your treatment needs. Most insurance companies authorize the number of days of treatment or outpatient sessions only a few at a time. Rarely does a plan approve a long term treatment plan upon admission. In order to assist you when you contact your insurance company, we have compiled an insurance worksheet with important questions you will want to ask about your insurance benefits.
“I changed my attitude and actions and realized that I have to be honest with myself.”