The staff at The Fellowship House welcomes you to The Fellowship House Prevention and Treatment Center Rehabilitation program! The Fellowship House Treatment Programs are structured to provide you with basic tools to begin your recovery from alcohol, and or drug addiction. You will have an opportunity to learn about your illness, explore your thoughts and feelings, and set personal goals. Persons admitted to the agency are provided with the treatment opportunity to enhance one's mental, physical, social, and spiritual well being. Your needs are evaluated and the following services may be provided: Individual counseling; family counseling (when indicated); didactic sessions; recreational and leisure activities; adequate rest and proper nutrition; medical consultation and referral, when appropriate;
planning; and referral for continuing treatment. We believe that family, employers, and significant others involved in your life play a major role in the recovery process. Therefore, their involvement in the overall treatment and aftercare plan is encouraged. We believe that Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), and Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) are voluntary self-help organizations that are helpful to persons striving to maintain recovery. You will be introduced to the treatment process of A.A., G.A., and N.A. When you are scheduled for a clinical assessment interview, the assessment will take 3-4 hours, so make sure your transportation person can stay the 3-4 hours. This assessment is to determine the severity of the problem and the intensity of treatment needed.
To help people help themselves by teaching them the tools and skills necessary to improve the quality of their lives.