We are an Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program geared towards aiding teenagers as well as young adults and their families through the mental health and substance abuse recovery process. We strive to assist our teenage and young adult clientele in developing an understanding and desire for a healthier lifestyle - free from drugs, alcohol, and self-destructive behaviors.
Education plays an important role in this program both for the teenager or young adult and family members. Through workshops and interactive discussions, we explore the dynamics of families struggling with depression, anxiety and substance abuse issues and help them to develop and utilize coping skills. We also educate families about emotional self regualtion, interpersonal effectivness, anger and stress  management, open and honest communication, relapse prevention, healthy relationships and self-esteem. 
We also maintain on site youth Alcoholics Anonymous, Emotion Anonymous and Families Anonymous meetings to provide support for both teenager or young adult and the family in recovery.  Random urine drug screens are also given to aid and monitor the teenager's progress while in treatment.
FAIR also offers a unique service to our patients, family members and the outside community, called neurofeedback.  Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback which measures brain waves and then trains the brain to function "in the zone," or at an optimal level to allow for increased focus and cognitive emotional control.  Research shows that neurofeedback improves symptoms related to ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance use disorders, to name a few.  The system we have chosen, BrainPaint, automates a 2005 UCLA study  which showed the effectiveness of neurofeedback for improving abstinence rates one year following treatment and improves the odds of long term recovery by 77%!
In order to receive services at our facility, an evaluation is needed to determine if our program will fit your needs.   Visit the FAIR Program pages to learn more about our various educational and treatment programs. 

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