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Fairbanks, AK Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Fairbanks, Alaska. Our database of Fairbanks treatment centers includes 22 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Behavioral Health 1650 Cowles Street Inpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Tanana Chiefs Conference Yukon Counseling Services 1302 21St Avenue Outpatient Private Fairbanks
Yukon-Tanana Subregional Office 1302 21st Avenue N/A N/A Fairbanks
Pacific Rim Counseling 627 Gaffney Road Outpatient N/A Fairbanks
Salvation Army 10th Avenue 1602 10th Avenue N/A N/A Fairbanks
Interior Aids Association 710 3Rd Avenue Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Turning Point Counseling Services 6th Avenue 529 6th Avenue Outpatient Private Fairbanks
Turning Point Counseling Services 315 5Th Avenue Detox / Outpatient Private Fairbanks
Fairbanks Native Associations Youth and Young Adult Services 615 Bidwell Avenue Suite 103 Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Fairbanks Native Association 3100 South Cushman Street Suite 100 Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Fresh Start 3504 Industrial Avenue Suite 220 Outpatient Private Fairbanks
Tanana Chiefs Conference 122 1St Avenue Suite 600 Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Presbyterian Hospitality House 209 Forty Mile Avenue Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 82824 N/A N/A Fairbanks
Shades of Growth 59 College Road N/A N/A Fairbanks
Oxford House Fairbanks 22 Farewell Avenue Inpatient N/A Fairbanks
Family Centered Services of Alaska 1825 Marika Road Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Fairbanks Community Mental Health Services 3830 Cushman Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Fairbanks
Women & Children’s Center Women & Children's Center N/A N/A Fairbanks
Hope Counseling Center 926 Aspen Street Outpatient Private Fairbanks

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There are options for people with substance use or alcohol use disorder who want to attend a Fairbanks drug rehab program. This allows people to immerse themselves in the healing process and begin to create sustainable change in their life. For many people, beginning this process is intimidating, due to the level of commitment it takes to quit using substances or alcohol. Additionally, people also develop a chemical dependence that keeps them seeking substances or alcohol. Because of this, attending an Alaska drug treatment program can be the most effective and efficient way to begin the process of becoming sober. Treatment facilities often offer overnight and supervised care for people who want to safely detox from substances. This allows for the body to rid itself of toxins while under the supervision and support of healthcare and mental health professionals. Sober living facilities are the next step to treatment, allowing people to stay in overnight homes which are created for people going through a similar process in the early stages of sobriety. Outpatient programs also allow for time with professionals and groups while adhering to a schedule of sessions that fits around other scheduled responsibilities such as caring for family or maintaining a job.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed below, each of which is a paid advertiser:

ARK Behavioral Health

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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