Fairbanks is one of the oldest free-standing, nonprofit alcohol and drug treatment centers in the country. We began treating alcoholic men in 1945 in Indianapolis, and now we serve men, women, adolescents and their families from around the country who struggle with addiction. Support from people like you helps us fulfill our vision and mission.
Financial support from individuals and organizations helps us continue to provide patient assistance and offer new programs.Give Now
The annual Circle of Hope dinner is Fairbanks’ largest fundraising event and serves as a celebration of life in recovery.Learn More
The annual Taste of Hope event is a fundraiser benefiting Hope Academy, Indiana’s tuition-free, public recovery high school.Learn More
Volunteers are the backbone of the Fairbanks community. We are always looking for new volunteers who are willing to give their time to benefit others on their journey of recovery.Get Involved
Create your own fundraiser for Fairbanks to support those in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.Start a Fundraiser