We at FPHSA are here to be a partner in your recovery by providing assessment and treatment services for individuals and their significant others experiencing substance use and/or gambling behaviors.
We consider intravenous drug users and pregnant women who are seeking addiction services as priority populations who are admitted for services as soon as possible after seeking treatment.
We provide an array of services in our outpatient, intensive outpatient (IOP) and residential programs:
- Medication Assisted Treatment (with non-narcotic medications)
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Tobacco Cessation
- Gambling counseling
- Assessment and coordination of health needs
- Residential Services
Our intensive outpatient option includes groups 3 days a week for 3 hours per session along with individual and family therapy.
FPHSA also distributes Narcan (or Naloxone) in an effort to prevent overdoses. Narcan can be given to a person in order to reverse the effects of an overdose of opioid painkillers or heroin and is often described as an “opiate antidote.” If you or a family member is at risk of an opiate overdose, we encourage you to have Narcan on hand in the event of an emergency. Narcan can’t be used to get high and it is safe to use on anyone because it’s only action on the body is to reverse the effects of the opiate overdose. It is available in an easy to use form of a nasal spray and should be given to the person who has overdosed while waiting on an ambulance to arrive.
If you are concerned about opioid use and would like information about treatment or preventing overdose, please call the:
Mobile Opioid Response Team
Our residential programs, Fontainebleau Treatment Center (FTC) for males and Alcohol Drug Unit (ADU) for females offer substance use services allowing you to work on your recovery in a protected environment for 3-4 weeks.
If you have been accepted into one of FPHSA’s residential treatment programs, please see the information below.
For information for persons being admitted to ADU for women click here.
For information for persons being admitted to FTC for men click here.