Types of Treatment We Offer

Inpatient Treatment

Our state-of-the-art inpatient treatment facilities across the country are dedicated to treating both the mind and body for all disorders. Our motivational approach, incorporating 12-step principles, has garnered advancement in recovery rates. Because of these improvements, our program has earned countless awards and honors for effective client-driven outcomes that preserve dignity of our clients and improve their quality of life.

Outpatient Treatment

Intervention — Recovery can only happen when the addict truly accepts their need for help. Because addiction can be a disease of darkness and hopelessness, people who were once caring and productive family members lose themselves. Intervention is a loving way to break through the darkness and moved toward recovery.

Alternative Sentencing — If an addict goes to trial with a first time offense, some judges will allow the offender to enter a treatment program in lieu of jail time. Foundations Recovery Network (FRN) has experience working in thousands of cases with the best attorneys for family law and DUIs in the country to minimize jail time and other legal consequences.

Outpatient Services — Outpatient care is a critical component for long-term success. Once a residential program has been completed, it is important to continue recovery work. Sobriety can often be achieved through outpatient and/or intensive care management services when help is sought in the early stages of addiction.

Recovery Case Management Program (RCMP)

When treatment ends, the recovery process is just beginning. Research shows that nearly half of all those who don’t take part in a prescribed continuing care program will relapse within the first year. A long-term care management program is the most effective tool to ensure individuals don’t just begin the recovery process but that they remain in recovery.

Get Help Today

If you have questions about whether you or a loved one may need rehab and treatment for substance abuse and/or mental health disorders, please contact our call center. Admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and concerns.