Our state-of-the-art residential treatment facilities across the country are dedicated to treating both addiction and mental health conditions. Our motivational approach, incorporating 12-Step principles, has garnered advancement in recovery rates. Because of these improvements, our program has earned recognition for effective patient-centered care that preserves the dignity of our patients and improves their quality of life.

Our residential programs also have the flexibility and focus to address whatever stage of recovery our patient is in even if the stage of mental health recovery does not match with the stage of addiction recovery. The use of motivational services based on the patient’s stage of readiness will promote engagement, retention and solid long-term recovery outcomes. This sets our program apart from other treatment options.

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For those who need a less-structured setting for treatment and recovery, Foundations Recovery Network offers a host of outpatient services at a variety of well-equipped facilities across the country. We have adapted our integrated treatment model to address substance use and mental health concerns in daily morning and evening sessions designed to fit patients’ schedules. Our therapy options range from innovative to holistic, and our compassionate, highly trained staff members are equipped to treat co-occurring disorders.

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Heroes in Recovery LogoStarted by Foundations Recovery Network (FRN), Heroes in Recovery is a grassroots movement that seeks to remove the social stigma associated with getting addiction treatment and being in recovery. The Heroes movement is about building a recovery community that bands together to share powerful stories of personal transformation in order to inspire others to get help. It is a community dedicated to staying active and involved in a network of support and breaking down the barriers that keep people from seeking the treatment they need. The Heroes effort also intends to recognize the heroic acts of recovery made every day by people who continue to stay clean and sober. It honors heroes recovering from many other types of disorders and trauma that can feed or manifest from an addiction as well. It’s important for the public to understand, embrace, and encourage people who are finding a way to thrive within their own circumstances and live the lives that they desire and deserve.

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Research and Outcomes

Integrated Treatment
According to SAMHSA statistics, over 8.9 million Americans have co-occurring disorders. That means that they have both an alcohol and/or substance abuse disorder and a mental health disorder. The same research indicates that only about 7.4% receive treatment for both disorders and over 50% receive no treatment at all. In 2007, Dr. Mark McGovern, a member of Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, referred to FRN as the “gold standard” in integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders. FRN’s 2013 assessment scores reflect our continued commitment to meeting the highest standards of excellence in dual diagnosis treatment.

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FRN Outcomes
Substance use and mental health outcomes are strong measures of program success. At 12 months post-discharge, patients are asked if they used illegal substances in the prior 30 days. In a recent third party study of FRN’s outcomes, patients showed a 90% mean reduction from baseline illegal drug use which represented an 88% abstinence rate for the 30 days prior to the one year interview (n-441; p>.05). According to a recent report prepared for SAMHSA which reviewed 276 addiction treatment follow-up studies from 2000-2011, the average abstinence rate (described as remission/recovery) across all studies was 50.3% for adults.
Patient Satisfaction
Patient satisfaction has a demonstrated impact on the length of treatment stay as well as treatment outcomes. Two very strong indicators of patient satisfaction are their overall rating of the treatment experience as well as the likelihood that the patient would recommend the treatment center to someone else. Patients at all three residential treatment centers agree their overall experience was very good to excellent. On average 83.5% of patients in FRN residential treatment centers said they would recommend the program to others.

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Children’s Book Publication

Pirates Have Feelings, Too! main characterPirates Have Feelings, Too! is our first Heroes in Recovery Press publication. It follows a young pirate with a chaotic home life who learns how to express his emotions in a healthy way and with safe individuals. Our goal with Pirates Have Feelings, Too! was to open the door to conversations between recovering parents and children while also helping kids to self-validate and process their feelings in a therapeutic way.