A structured living environment is important to sustain life-long recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We understand that returning home after primary treatment is not always the best option for every person.
The Supportive Living Program (SLP) at Fairbanks offers an opportunity for patients to transition from inpatient treatment to outpatient treatment or recovery management programming. Residents are encouraged to stay at SLP for at least nine weeks, but many choose to stay longer.
Our Supportive Living Program offers a structured environment where individuals can develop and practice life-skills while maintaining a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle. Our supportive living apartments provide a safe and sober environment as they begin a new life. Services provided at SLP include:
- Job readiness program – Residents learn important skills about interviewing, resume writing and dressing professionally.
- Healthcare – Residents without health insurance can get help signing up for the Healthy Indiana Plan.
- Transportation – A Fairbanks van provides transportation to and from treatment programs and support meetings.
- Food pantry – Opportunities for shopping at the Fairbanks food pantry are provided weekly.
- Cooking class – Organized by a volunteer chef and offered a couple times a month.
- Rent $175 per week, $175 deposit and $10 key fee
- Linens for twin-size bed (sheets, pillow, blankets)
- Towels and washcloths
- Alarm clock
- Coat hangers
- Hygiene items (soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
- Phone card for long-distance calls
- Money for groceries
- Toilet paper
- Laundry/household cleaning supplies
What is Provided:
- Basic cable
- Phones for local calls only
- Washer and dryer
- Limited transportation to programming and meetings
Feel Free to Bring:
- Gaming system (after 30 days)
- Curfew is 10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and midnight Friday-Saturday
- No smoking inside apartments, allowed on balconies only
- No visitors in apartments at any time or on the property
- Vehicles must be properly registered and you must have valid insurance and a driver’s license
- The first two weeks you must take the van to and from all 12-Step meetings