A Message from Fountain Recovery

Whether you are suffering from your own drug or alcohol addiction or that of a family member, co-worker or friend, there is hope. Turn to people who have been there – people who know what it’s like. People who have successfully helped themselves and others learn how to be sober, healthier and to live with joy in their lives. With our smaller client to staff ratio we are able to offer individualized attention to meet each client’s specific needs.

If you are coming back from a relapse, or relapses, our heart goes out to you. If you are new to alcohol or drug addiction recovery, this experience may be better than you could have imagined. The path will be rough some days, but it is much easier than the path you have been on. This is a way that leads to a brighter, happier place.

Client Centered Approach

Our goal is to help clients to “get well and stay well” by teaching, example, encouragement and personal attention to help them identify and reach their goals.

Treatment planning is individualized for each client. Each client’s personality and path is different making their challenges as unique as they are individual. In addition there are requirements for recovery which are common to all who need recovery.

Recovery of the Whole Person

Fountain Recovery’s unique approach to treatment offers real help, real encouragement and real hope for recovery to those seeking help for their drug & alcohol problem. We believe recovery from addiction requires more than the cessation of substance use. The program is an abstinence-based, 12 step-oriented, evidence-based program the foundation which is encouragement, love, practical guidance and personal attention. At Fountain Recovery we recognize that one size does not fit all in addiction treatment. With our small, focused groups and smaller client-to-staff ratio we are able to offer individualized attention to meet each client’s specific needs. Our client-centered approach to treatment provides a foundation for each client to achieve and maintain long-term recovery as the basis for a healthy and productive life.

Program Elements:

  • Education Groups
  • Process Groups
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Education & Family Program
  • Recovery Skills Training
  • Relapse Prevention Training
  • Aftercare Group