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Seventh Annual Susan Li Conference
This month Fairbanks will host the seventh annual Susan Li Conference, Defining the Times: Substance Use Disorders in Teens and Young Adults.
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Senior White House Official to Deliver Commencement Address at Hope Academy
President Obamas top advisor on Drug Policy Reform will highlight growing movement of young people in recovery and support for Recovery High Schools.
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Education

 

Substance Abuse Education

Fairbanks offers educational programs for adults in Indianapolis and Hendricks County.

PRIME for Life is an evidence-based education program for individuals with high-risk behaviors associated with drugs and/or alcohol. Marijuana Education teaches participants about research-based information regarding the impact of marijuana on personal health, workplace safety, academic performance, driving under the influence and social behavior. Both programs will provide insight regarding each participant's relationship with marijuana/alcohol and increase their knowledge and understanding about the consequences of their drug use.

Classes are offered on Fridays from 5pm-9pm, Saturdays from 9am-5pm and Sundays from 9am-5pm.

Fairbanks Recovery Center (Indianapolis)

8102A Clearvista Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46256
317.849.8222

Fairbanks Hendricks County
6100 Clarks Creek Road, Ste 104
Plainfield, IN 46168
317-806-7522

Kokomo
210 W. Walnut Street
Kokomo, IN 46901
800.225.4673

To register for an educational class please call 800.225.4673.

Para hablar con un agente de habla hispana, por favor llame al 317-806-7526.

Click on the links below to download the class schedules for each location.

Indianapolis Substance Abuse Education Schedule

Hendricks County Substance Abuse Education Schedule


Kokomo Substance Abuse Education Schedule 


Spanish PRIME For Life in Indianapolis

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Alumni Spotlight: Frank

 


 

“... Everyone at Fairbanks helped me to get honest and cut through the denial to see who I really was.”

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