Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center

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    7 Reviews on “Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center”

    • PR
      2 years ago

      My boyfriend was fighting to overcome his alcohol addiction, and we enrolled him in this program. Must say, was worried whether it would be helpful to us, but after seeing the change in my boyfriend, can proudly say this facility actually cares for you. They make you feel important and hold your hand as you progress through the phases. Dont care about what others might say, but for us, Fairbanks was the savior and thanks to them, my boyfriend is now sober for past 2 years.

    • FD
      2 years ago

      One important thing that I liked about Fairbanks is that atleast some of the staff members have once been patients themselves which helps them in relating to the problems of the residents. That said, they are very professional and ensure that the residents follow the rules. Fairbanks enabled me to get a hold of my life, and I would recommend it to all those who are fighting addiction demons.

    • Tyler
      2 years ago

      The staff makes Fairbanks the best rehab center. Since some of them are former patients, they know what pain one goes through during withdrawal. I became an addict after I started overdosing on pain meds. The staff helped me overcome the overdosing problems and gave me tools to use whenever I feel the urge to overdose. One thing which I do not like about this facility is the cost. It is too costly for an ordinary guy like me. I got admitted due to my insurance, if not I would have had to visit another rehab center.

    • Rodrick
      2 years ago

      Fairbanks takes around 5 hours to enroll a client. Before joining, you have to answer nearly a dozen people the same things which were asked by the first guy. If you need a doctor during that time, rest assured help is not on the way. By the time the doctor comes, the person would be undergoing a full-blown withdrawal. I faced this situation when I went to get my son enrolled in addiction treatment. Sure enough, I just upped and went to another center where immediate attention was given to my son.

    • A A
      1 year ago

      Fairbanks lacks proper time management. One has to answer the same set of questions to different people. Once answering session is over, next comes the wait to hear from them which usually is the next day.

      The next day, we have to answer the same questions, albeit this time it is a higher official. I mean, if you need to cross check do it on the same day, why this unnecessary wastage of time. These guys want you to be very punctual when you come, but they do not follow it.

    • The dude
      1 year ago

      I was a Fairbanks resident for one month, and it was a very positive experience for me. The staff was caring, kind and very understanding. The food was excellent and the treatment offered was the best. I was able to address my issues with the help of the tools provided to me as part of my rehab.

      One thing I have understood is that rehab works if you want it to work for you; if you do not wish, it would never work. I say this because many people have commented that a person has relapsed after attending this center. Well, rehab is a two-way process, and if the person is not committed to staying sober, no one can help them.

    • M P C
      1 year ago

      If you are planning to enroll any loved one at Fairbanks, my sincere advice is to bring your checkbook, check whether insurance covers the treatment and have a plan B for committing money to this rehab. The most important meeting during the signing in is with the financial counselor. These guys are focused on how you would pay, and the excuse is given we provide many facilities which entail costs. The costs are very prohibitive, and frankly, they do not offer any great stuff which would justify the cost. One can go to other rehab and get the same treatment by the more qualified team for a very less cost.

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