Families and Adolescents in Recovery, Inc. (FAIR) serves as a comprehensive and research based treatment provider for adolescents, young adults, and their families. FAIR provides IOPs, continuing care, individual and family therapy based on neuroscience and evidenced based treatment interventions.
About Our Center
Teenage and early adult years can be stressful and challenging. You might wonder whether a teen or young adult is experiencing just the typical "growing pains" or a real mental health problem. While adolescence and early adulthood can be a difficult time, there is a difference between "typical" and "troubled". Mental health problems experienced during this time of life are real, painful and if left untreated, can have serious consequences. We are committed to identifying, understanding, and treating core issues that impact our clients and their families. These issues range from depression, anxiety, traumas, bi-polar, personality disorders, impulse control, non-suicidal self-injury, substance use disorders, process addictions such as gaming and social media issues. These issues, if not addressed, interfere with academic success, impact family and social relationships and at times, result in inpatient hospitalizations.
Our multidisciplinary treatment team is comprised of physician-family medicine, neuropsychologist, licensed mental health clinicians and certified substance use disorder counselors. Our clinicians are dedicated to identifying and effectively treating underlying issues that impede growth and disrupt healthy lifestyles. Our clinical interventions focus on teaching self-motivation, personal accountability, integrity and the ability to recognize one's value and build self-respect. Evidenced-based clinical therapies include a blend of cognitive-behavioral and family systems, which are utilized during individual, family and group sessions. Treatment is tailored to the specific needs of each client and focuses on developing stability, insight, as well as emotional and behavioral self-regulation. Improving relationships and communication skills are an essential part of the healing process for our clients and their families.