Inpatient care is designed for you or a loved one who requires medical intervention or a structured environment to abstain from using drugs or alcohol. This level of care includes detox, rehab, residential treatment and involvement in group therapy.
Designed for patients likely to experience serious withdrawal complications, detox is a medically managed service. Patients are medically stabilized and detoxified under 24-hour professional supervision. A comprehensive evaluation is conducted during this stage of treatment to determine the appropriate course for ongoing care. Unique complementary therapies such as Acudetox (acupuncture) are available.
By providing a structured inpatient environment, rehab services combine the efforts of a multidisciplinary team with group therapy to meet the specific needs of men, women, young adults or adolescents in the early stages of recovery or after relapse. Medical observation continues during rehab, but patients usually do not require withdrawal intervention. Involvement in group therapy is emphasized.
Long-Term Residential Treatment
Long-term residential treatment is designed for patients who no longer require medical observation, but still require a structured environment in order to abstain from using drugs and alcohol. Involvement in group therapy continues during residential treatment as well.
Odyssey: For Young Men Ages 19-24
The Odyssey Program is for young adult men ages 19-24. It is a time when young men are learning how to launch into adulthood by gaining responsibility and independent skills. The program is still highly structured, but also designed to add some time for self-direction. The Odyssey Program also provides time to be active and work on leisure skills. This program includes all levels of care and group therapy.
Origins: Treating Women With Trauma and Addiction
This treatment curriculum addresses trauma in female patients that’s co-occurring with addiction disorders and is part of Fairbanks’ whole continuum of care. Evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Seeking Safety and yoga are utilized.