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Community Fairbanks Recovery Center

8102 Clearvista Parkway, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46256
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About Community Fairbanks Recovery Center

Fairbanks offers individualized, evidence-based treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions for adults and adolescents. Treatment begins with a personalized intake assessment to determine best course of treatment. Clients can choose from a menu of service options that range from detoxification and medication-management to residential, intensive outpatient and/or partial hospitalization programs. With emphasis on the 12 Steps, Fairbanks also provides individual and group counseling, life skills training and relapse prevention strategies.

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Hospital inpatient
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Hospital inpatient detoxification
Hospital inpatient treatment
Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization
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Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment
Regular outpatient treatment
Long-term residential
Short-term residential
Brief intervention
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Motivational interviewing
Relapse prevention
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Telemedicine/telehealth therapy
Trauma-related counseling
12-step facilitation
Medicare
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Military insurance (e.g., TRICARE)
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Adolescents
Adult women
Adult men
Clients who have experienced trauma
State substance abuse agency
State mental health department
State department of health
The Joint Commission
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Service Settings
Hospital inpatient
Outpatient
Residential
Hospital inpatient detoxification
Hospital inpatient treatment
Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization
Intensive outpatient treatment
Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment
Regular outpatient treatment
Long-term residential
Short-term residential
Treatment Approaches
Brief intervention
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Motivational interviewing
Relapse prevention
Substance use counseling approach
Telemedicine/telehealth therapy
Trauma-related counseling
12-step facilitation
Payment Accepted
Medicare
Medicaid
Military insurance (e.g., TRICARE)
Private health insurance
Cash or self-payment
State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid
Special Programs
Adolescents
Adult women
Adult men
Clients who have experienced trauma
License/Certification
State substance abuse agency
State mental health department
State department of health
The Joint Commission
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
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Patient Reviews

Overall Rating
3.6
(64 reviews)
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  • Accommodations & Amenities
    3.7
  • Treatment Effectiveness
    3.3
  • Meals & Nutrition
    3.9
4.3
Brian bryniarski
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Well guys I think I'm finally going to get some sleep and help I went to a meeting as soon as I got home didn't know it was a red ball meeting made for a real long night but it's confused as I was and it's such a transition from residential and our relationships definitely most intense program I've ever committed myself to as a whole different story when you're on the residential and you guys in this point I wish I could stay there forever but we got some hours in man hope you guys are doing well congratulations and so much to me you guys rock I couldn't stop crying all the way home thank you so much you didn't have to do that but you made me a proud man and your comments were just so cool I've never gotten that kind of respect that I can remember for completing something that I now realize I'm powerless over but one day at a time doing the 990 I know it's going to be intense but I got it I got to keep busy but I'm wearing down real quick you guys are just keeping me up 4 hours a night Christian I know you guys can get if I got through that then you guys can get through it so you definitely broke open a shelf cuz it's never been broken open before and I love you guys for it thank you everyone on the staff that you're amazing you showed me that now I need to just take it day by day everyday every minute cuz sometimes you never know when I might be the last but I'm living proof that it can work but I am so worn out and I feel like I just made my first football practice but that's a three-day to no sleep I do to you so nighty night my boys was this dog legs get some rest cuz love you all oh my bad you guys are on a different time enjoy your lunch later please don't call anymore right now because it's really catching up with me I'll get back on until you guys want to and try to make a night meeting tonight if I can get actually wait myself up have a beloved day and reach for that higher power and now he's in all of us the only thing that's going to get us to today later
2.7
Chris
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The initial detox is comfortable (it better had been after the crazy wait time to get in which is brutal), but after that the treatment experience let a lot to be desired. Their one size fits all type of treatment (which mainly caters to alcoholics) doesn\'t do much for opiate addicts in my opinion. I know it\'s different for everyone, but by the fourth day it seemed like it was vacation for the alcohol patients, but the opiate patients were still struggling..forced to sweat it out in withdrawal in meeting after meeting. After my seven days was up I walked out of that facility still in withdrawal because they taper you down from the subtex...they will set up you with medication but if you\'re still feeling withdrawal when you walk out of a facility what good does that do you? That time is critical for an addict..I feel like a medical facility should have you close to full speed physically by the time you exit. For the cost..I feel like opiate addicts would be just as better off in seeking out a suboxone doctor and detoxing at home and then attending some IOP type meetings. There should be more opiate specific modes of treatment...the group sessions got repetitive super fast and it just seemed like a way to pass time rather than productive, intensive treatment...I guess they figure that\'s all you need while detoxing. The food and ability to exercise were pluses, the volunteers and former addicts who work there are the heart of the facility. In conclusion...if you want your loved one to be in a safe environment for their detox it\'s a decent facility, however from there I wouldn\'t recommend for opiate addicts...you can get better results by just getting a suiboxone doctor, one or two therapists with a few smart recovery meetings a week.
3.0
Anonymous
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My brother and sister were okay while in there to obtain release but relapsed after getting out. No visitation allowed.
4.0
Anonymous
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My Father had an expected couple of visits there. They were as nice as they could be under the circumstances. Location to my Father
Anonymous
Family particpation was average.