Interior Aids Association

710 3Rd Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701

About Interior Aids Association

The Interior Aids Association is a non-profit organization that provides alcohol and drug rehab services to adults in the Fairbanks, Alaska area. The organization offers a variety of services including outpatient and aftercare support, as well as cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavior therapies. The Interior Aids Association also offers family and group therapy, rational behavior therapy, and trauma therapy.

Addiction Treatment Programs

  • Alcohol Rehab

    Alcohol Rehab

    n Alaska, an alcohol rehab provides a combination of therapy and education to help clients overcome alcohol misuse. During this program, you’ll work with professional counselors to deal with the psychological, emotional, and physical issues that alcohol misuse can cause. Over time, you’ll learn how to live without drinking long-term.

  • Opioid Addiction

    Opioid Addiction

    Rehab in Alaska helps clients find the motivation to make a change and gives them the tools to break free from opioid addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. High-quality treatment lays a foundation for sobriety and helps prevent relapses by giving you new ways of thinking, better coping skills, and a better understanding of key life skills such as emotional regulation and communication.

  • Drug Rehab

    Drug Rehab

    Drug rehab in Alaska can give you the tools and skills you need to reclaim your life and achieve long-term recovery. During this program, you’ll work with professional counselors to deal with the psychological, emotional, and physical issues that substance misuse can cause. Over time, you’ll learn how to live without drug use long-term.

  • Adult Program

    Adult Program

    Those who join an adult program in Alaska are given training in key life skills to help them with parenting, their career, and more. Adult programs may include detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient care, aftercare services, and more. In addition, they will help you navigate the challenges you face in daily life.

  • Men's Rehab

    Men's Rehab

    If you’re a man struggling with substance use, consider a men’s rehab program in Alaska. Men’s programs may include detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient care, and aftercare services. They will also provide education around gender-specific concerns such as fatherhood, healthy relationships, and more.

  • Women's Rehab

    Women's Rehab

    A women’s rehab in Alaska addresses the recovery needs of female clients and gives them the tools they need to succeed. Women’s programs may include detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient care, aftercare services, and more. They will also address issues specific to women such as motherhood, being a working mother, having healthy communication, and more.

  • Young Adult Rehab

    Young Adult Rehab

    Young adult rehabs in Alaska help young people overcome substance use and learn new life skills. Young adult programs may include detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient care, aftercare services, and more.

Insurance Coverage

  • Self-pay options

    Self-pay options

    When you pay the cost of rehab treatment yourself in Alaska, it’s known as self-pay. You can pay with a check or use a medical loan, and you may be able to work out different payment schedules depending on the type of care.

  • Financial aid

    Financial aid

    If you qualify, financial aid programs can be a good way to pay for substance use treatment in Alaska. Financial aid options help you manage the cost of treatment by allowing you to use a grant or scholarship. Aid may be available through the center or through community groups in your area.

  • Sliding scale payment assistance

    Sliding scale payment assistance

    A sliding scale payment plan can help make the costs of rehab in Alaska more affordable. A sliding scale allows those in need to pay less for treatment based on their income and family size. You may have to provide financial documentation.

  • Medicaid

    Medicaid

    If you qualify, Medicaid is a good way to pay for substance use treatment in Alaska. You’ll need to choose a program that accepts Medicaid as payment, and you can access multiple levels of care, including detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment.

  • Military insurance

    Military insurance

    One option for paying for rehab in Alaska is using military insurance. Keep in mind that plans vary, so it’s important to check with your insurer for coverage information and to find out which treatment centers are in-network with your plan.

  • Private insurance

    Private insurance

    When looking for ways to pay for treatment in Alaska, consider private insurance. You’ll need to check with the insurer to get information about out-of-pocket costs, like copays and deductibles. Also, you’ll have better coverage if you choose a center that’s in-network with the insurance plan.

Levels of Care

  • 1

    Outpatient Rehab

    During outpatient treatment in Alaska, clients receive evidence-based treatment while living at home or in sober living. There are several goals in outpatient treatment. Some sessions may be focused on education about a certain topic, while others allow clients to discuss a specific issue they face.

  • 2

    Aftercare Support

    During aftercare in Alaska, clients will receive ongoing support that makes it easier to practice their new habits and maintain recovery. One element of aftercare that can be very helpful is peer support, where you connect with those who have been where you are.

Therapies

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive behavioral therapy in Alaska can help you challenge the thoughts behind your emotions and actions. CBT may include role-playing to help you imagine specific situations that might trigger a negative reaction so you can practice challenging automatic thoughts and choosing a more positive response.

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical behavioral therapy in Alaska can help you build confidence and develop healthy coping skills. DBT may include role-playing to help you imagine specific situations that might trigger a negative reaction so you can practice healthy coping mechanisms and choose a more positive response.

  • Family Therapy

    Family Therapy

    During family therapy in Alaska, clients have a supportive environment to talk with family members about conflict and unhealthy behaviors that may trigger substance use. During family therapy, you may talk about acceptance issues, past trauma, communication problems, and more. These discussions are facilitated by a professional who brings an unbiased perspective and can promote healthy communication.

  • Group Therapy

    Group Therapy

    During group therapy in Alaska, clients have a safe environment to share their struggles with others going through similar issues. There are several goals in group therapy. Some sessions may be focused on education about a certain topic, while others allow clients to discuss a specific issue they face. Overall, the group members hold each other accountable and provide encouragement.

  • Individual Therapy

    Individual Therapy

    Individual therapy in Alaska is led by a professional therapist who talks to you about your specific experiences and emotions. Individual therapy is only one element of rehab treatment, along with activities, peer support, group counseling, relapse prevention, and more. Together, all these methods support you in establishing long-term recovery.

  • Rational Behavioral Therapy

    Rational Behavioral Therapy

    Rational behavior therapy in Alaska gives you tools to challenge your irrational beliefs, which helps change your reactions. Substance use treatment includes detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care, and rational behavior therapy may be a part of each of these stages. The goal is to help clients identify irrational beliefs, replace it with rational thinking, and change their response accordingly.

  • Trauma Therapy

    Trauma Therapy

    If you struggle with addiction in Alaska, it’s common to feel like no one understands what you’ve been through. Trauma-informed therapy can help you find professional help addressing your past and creating a healthier response going forward. Substance use treatment includes detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care, and trauma-informed therapy may be a part of each of these stages. The goal is to help clients acknowledge past experiences, address their feelings, and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

Accreditations

CARF
CARF
SAMHSA
SAMHSA
State License
State License

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