Foundations Recovery Network provides
Integrated treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues
Everything we do is designed to support lifelong recovery in a comprehensive way, addressing the needs of the whole person — physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. We provide the foundation, you build the life.Learn about our treatment
Why should you choose Foundations Recovery Network?
WHAT SETS US APART
Learn about what makes FRN different
Choosing a treatment provider can be difficult. How do you know who to entrust with your care or that of your loved one? For over 20 years Foundations has been at the forefront of providing evidence-based, patient-centered treatment. We work hard to ensure trustworthy care by continually raising the bar in our industry and developing real relationships.Learn More
Can I go to residential treatment and still keep my job?
While we cannot speak on behalf of your particular employer, certain laws such as the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can protect you from termination as long as you have not come to work while intoxicated or high. While both can prevent you from getting fired, the ADA cannot grant you time off from work for treatment.
It’s a good idea to speak with your organization’s human resources representative to learn how the company handles medical leave or addiction treatment. You may be surprised. Many employers want to help their employees through treatment and may have partnerships or programs in place to do just that. We cannot guarantee that they do, but it’s worth researching this information for yourself.
In fact, if you are a licensed professional, going to treatment may help you keep your job. With expertise in licensure and employment, Talbott Recovery’s Professionals Program has helped many people transition back into the career they love after treatment.
Do you track patient outcomes? How are they used?
Yes. Foundations Recovery Network assesses treatment outcomes, fidelity and the rate of abstinence post-treatment. These are not individual case studies like those you might see from other providers, but rather, they are the result of years of data collection, both at treatment intake and again at one month, six months and 12 months after treatment. This allows FRN to determine not only the immediate impact of treatment, but also the sustainability of results. By using the most up-to-date and relevant information, we’re continually improving our programs.
Very few private addiction treatment providers are willing to be this transparent with their outcomes, but real results must be open for scrutiny by completely independent groups. At FRN we have a long history of gathering valid, reliable research outcomes that exceed SAMHSA standards of data collection. Our findings are regularly presented at addiction conferences and shared with the treatment community at large in peer-reviewed journals so that the benefit of our work is multiplied.
How do I find out if my insurance policy covers treatment costs?
Our insurance advocates are clinicians who work with insurance companies to verify your benefits for coverage. We’ll advocate on your behalf based on our conversation with you, but ultimately your insurance provider will determine what they will pay. This process comes at no cost to you; you will not be obligated to pay anything to find out what your options are and what your policy covers. Contact us today at 615-490-9376 to get your benefits verified for free.
How do you convince someone to seek help?
We know this question ultimately comes from a place of love, which makes us wish we had a perfect equation for getting someone into treatment. Deciding to get help is a personal decision, which we know may be a scary realization for you. While you cannot will your loved one into treatment, you can support them if they decide to go on their own. In the meantime, our team can help you find answers to the questions you may have about your loved one getting help.
Lifetime relationships after treatment
Alumni program (Life Challenge)
Life after treatment has its own challenges, but that doesn’t mean you have to face them alone. We’re here to help you navigate your life, listen in the hardships and celebrate every victory, big and small.Learn More
Heroes in Recovery
Heroes in Recovery is on a mission to break the stigma surrounding mental health and addiction through powerful storytelling and events. We all have a story to tell. Share yours with fellow recovery alumni and be inspired by their stories.Learn More