One of The Only Non-Narcotic Addiction Recovery Centers In The US
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A Starting point to recovery
Our recovery team RISE, conducts interventions with individuals that are suffering from substance abuse disorder & helps guide patients through the recovery process as a advocate to insure they are on the path to recovery.
The RISE department case manages every recovery patient inside and outside FHS facilities. FHS medical staff and RISE case managers work as a team to treat each patient. Our goal is to assist the patient into a sustainable recovery.
Beginning the path to recovery is hard and dangerous. That’s why we offer medically assisted stabilization. Our Physicians make sure our patients recover in the safest way possible with specialists to monitor their health every step of the way. Our Recovery Specialists educate our patients on the next steps to building a sustainable recovery. Once a patient is stabilized, we connect them to the best community resources and specialists to prevent relapse.
Detox is needed when an individual is unable to quit using or drinking on their own. Withdrawal symptoms generally appear when the body becomes accustomed to a substance over a long period of time.
Sober Surgery is a non-narcotic alternative. It is a pain-free option for those who do not want narcotics in their system when they undergo surgery.
Non-Narcotic Pain Management
Addictive pain medication should never be the first line of treatment for ongoing pain. Patients who have taken these medications in the past are surprised that they can get similar, or even greater, pain relief.
Eating Disorder Medical Stabilization
We offer a hospital-based medical stabilization facility for those who are suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. Eating disorders are regularly accompanied by severe, life-threatening medical complications.
Naltrexone Implant & VIVITROL®
Naltrexone Implant & VIVITROL® is an opioid antagonist which blocks the effects of opioids and alcohol in the brain at a receptor level. This helps to curb abuse, prevent relapse, and sustain recovery from opioid addiction as well as alcoholism.
PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression
Many suffer from one or a combination of these issues for which we offer several unique and effective non-narcotic pathways. Our team of specialists stay at the forefront to adapt with new types of treatments to implement into our patient care.