Transitioning from Treatment to Recovery

The first year following alcohol and drug addiction treatment can be difficult. This is the time when you or your loved one establish important life-skills to help in your transition back to work, school and your communities. We know that when a person stays connected to recovery support they can significantly increase their success in long-term recovery from addiction.

Following primary treatment, we encourage you or your loved one to continue to receive support from Fairbanks through our recovery management program. While participating in recovery management, you will receive guidance, encouragement and the support you need. There are many ways to stay connected to Fairbanks and a supportive recovery community.

Recovery management activities and opportunities include:

Contact a recovery coach to learn more about recovery management at Fairbanks.

Charlo Burrell, recovery coach for adult men: 317.572.9316 or cburrell@fairbankscd.org
Rita Tattersall, recovery coach for adult women: 317.572.9372 or rtattersall@fairbankscd.org
Brad Trolson, recovery coach for young adults and adolescents: 317.572.9390 or btrolson@fairbankscd.org