Arkansas

Arkansas

Hope and Healing for Arkansas Residents

Foundations Recovery Network (FRN) is committed to providing treatment for those who suffer from the disease of addiction. Our dual diagnosis approach to treatment has been proven as a key to successful recovery. Through our co-occurring clinical and psychological treatment coupled with our residential and outpatient treatment programs, clients suffering from substance abuse and mental health issues ranging from anxiety and depression to bipolar and PTSD are finding the strength to end addiction and begin a new healthy life in recovery.

Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders

FRN specializes in the treatment of co-occurring disorders with our proven, comprehensive treatment model, which has been tested and proven through 11 federally-funded research studies. This model demonstrated twice the success rate for continuing sobriety one year post-treatment compared to the national average of traditional programs.

What is integrated treatment and why is it important for long-term recovery? Watch the video to understand why we focus on the whole person to treat co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders:

The Foundations Recovery Network Difference

FRN specializes in the treatment of co-occurring disorders with our proven, comprehensive treatment model, which has been tested and proven through 11 federally-funded research studies. This model demonstrated twice the success rate for continuing sobriety one year post-treatment compared to the national average of traditional programs.

We attribute our success to our approach, which includes:

  • Integrated Treatment – All behavioral health and addictions needs can be addressed in one setting, with a team of experts including psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and licensed alcohol and drug counselors each lending their expertise.
  • Client Directed Treatment – Clients are treated as partners in, rather than subjects of, the recovery process. As such, they are encouraged to determine the pace, goals and course of treatment.
  • Motivational Approaches – Our clinical staff is trained to use motivational enhancement strategies to engage clients. This field-tested method of implementing client directed services maximizes client engagement and avoids use of outdated confrontational strategies.
  • Trained Staff – Our entire team is taught to deliver evidence-based practices of care through classroom and applied studies.
  • Client Recovery Workbook Series – A proprietary product developed by us based upon evidence-based practices and our own experiences in treatment, these workbooks provide clients with comprehensive integrated information about how to maximize their recovery experience.

FRN staffThere is a difference when it comes to treatment programs, and no program has been proven more compassionate, flexible or effective. With a highly experienced and caring staff, comprehensive treatment facilities and a long-term commitment to helping those with drug and alcohol addictions, FRN provides a full scope of services to meet the needs of persons with co-occurring conditions. Combining our research-based innovations with emerging evidence-based practices, we offer some of the lowest dropout rates in the industry.

For many, pursuing substance abuse treatment far from home provides a clean slate and fewer distractions. We are a national company with programs across several states. Our residential treatment facilities include The Canyon, Michael’s House and La Paloma Treatment Center.

For those not in need of residential care, our primary outpatient program, Foundations Atlanta, offers comprehensive care without the need to be away from home.

A Growing Problem in Arkansas

This southern state bears an Algonquin name bestowed upon it by the Quawpaw Indians. Arkansas also has a drug and alcohol addiction that is definitely not historic. The latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health estimates that approximately 231,000 people in the state of Arkansas struggled with a dependence on illicit drugs or alcohol in the past year. What’s worse is that of those who were drug- or alcohol-dependent, 66,000 needed treatment for their addiction but never got any help.

The availability and rate of drug abuse in Arkansas remain high and coincides with the smuggling of methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana both for local consumption and further distribution. Both cocaine and crack cocaine are significant drug threats in Arkansas, with a significant portion of the violent crimes in Arkansas directly associated with the distribution and abuse of crack cocaine in both the inner city and rural areas. Heroin abuse rates are low compared to neighboring states, but the distribution and abuse of Mexican and locally produced methamphetamine continue to rise and are a significant issue in Arkansas. Club drugs also remain popular, particularly with youth, while marijuana is an ongoing problem due to the fact that Mexican and domestically produced marijuana is abundantly available in Arkansas.

If you or someone you love in Arkansas needs treatment, contact us today at (877) 345-3221.

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