When your child struggles with the developmental tasks of adolescence and you need help, Family Center For Recovery is here to partner with you. Together, we can get your loved one back on track toward a hopeful, healthy, happy future.
When a patient enters our treatment facility, they receive a psychiatric evaluation, biopsychosocial assessment, cognitive testing, and numerous scales to determine what their immediate needs are. Once we get a grasp on the conditions our patients are experiencing, our psychiatrist and clinical team can then determine the appropriate level of care and treatment plan.
Many treatment centers do not offer drug treatment for pregnant women but we believe no one should be overlooked if they are willing and able to recover from drug and alcohol abuse. The Family Center for Recovery has adopted a high standard of medical detox for expecting mothers, addressing each specific need for every patient.
Members of the LGBTQ community have faced unique, entrenched challenges that make it difficult for them to obtain healthcare without judgment or bias. These challenges can be especially pronounced in the area of substance abuse and addiction treatment, especially in adolescents. FCFr understands this and specializes in this LGBTQ commmunity challenges.
Patients who are in recovery are always in recovery. A big part of that healing process is being part of a community. Family Center for Recovery continues to reach out to its past patients and invite them to special events and activities to help themselves and others thrive in the beautiful new world they have discovered.
This physician-supervised program is where the patient continues an individualized treatment plan put into place by the medical director and clinical team. Patients reside in beautiful community housing and are required to attend all group and 12-step meetings, as well as any other recommended therapy.
FCFR provides Substance Use Treatment for Adult, Adolescents and Pregnant Females. All our programs are tailored to each patient’s needs. Many people who suffer from addiction also have a primary mental health issue. The Family Center for Recovery acknowledges that if both are not treated concurrently, the patient will never heal completely.