Center Category: Rehab Centers
Established in 1981, Farnum Center is New Hampshire’s premier institution when it comes to offering treatment for substance abuse.
Farnum Center offers gender-specific inpatient treatment for adults having issues with chemical dependency and associated disorders. Utilizing “Health Realization,” its’ signature treatment model, Farnum Center provides a bouquet of services ranging from residential treatment to transitional living. Additionally, it also runs New Hampshire’s only stand-alone detox center.
Located in Manchester, New Hampshire, Farnum Center is set on three acres of land. Remodeled in 2008, the facility offers its services from a large single-story building measuring 25,557 square feet. Farnum Center offers double-occupancy rooms that are furnished with twin beds and a private bathroom. The housing units are gender-segregated and spread across the campus. The clinical offices and detox offices are located in the center.
While Farnum’s settings do not offer a home-like atmosphere, it does provide various amenities such as a recreation area, swimming pool, a well-equipped gym, volleyball and basketball courts, and meeting rooms. Residents can smoke on the campus, but they cannot purchase cigarettes on-site.
Residents are provided meals that are prepared on the campus and served cafeteria-style. They can also get snacks from the vending machines. Special dietary requirements are accommodated.
Upon admission, residents undergo an assessment to help determine the level of care required. The programs at Farnum Center require a minimum commitment of 30 days.
These gender-specific inpatient programs utilize Farnum’s Health Realization Treatment Approach designed to help residents discover their inner strengths and learn coping skills to address personal problems.
During the residential treatment, residents have to stick to a structured regimen of attending seminars, lectures, and presentations. They also take part in gender-specific group sessions that address issues that crop up while dealing with chemical dependency.
Residents also attend the 12-step meetings held on the site. Those suffering from opiate withdrawal can also utilize medication-assisted treatment.
Besides the core programs, Farnum Center also incorporates various alternative and recreational therapies into the programs. Residents can practice yoga, acupuncture, guided meditation, as well as take part in music therapy. Group outings are also facilitated and may include visits to recovery events, sports events, and the museum.
Once the residential program is completed, residents step down to a less-intensive Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). This program runs during the weekdays, each lasting four hours. It includes counseling and family education.
Farnum also provides two outpatient treatment tracks. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) track lasts for a month and requires clients to attend three sessions in a week, each lasting three hours. IOP track comprises individual and group sessions and case management. Traditional outpatient track aim at achieving specific goals like getting license restored or having court-ordered evaluations.
A highly experienced medical doctor leads the treatment team at Farnum Center. The team also comprises nurses and licensed drug abuse and alcohol counselors.
Every week, Farnum Center invites the families of residents to come and take part in educational programs as a part of the recovery process. The center also provides its program graduates an aftercare program. Graduates with opioid dependency issues can continue using the services of Farnum’s Suboxone Clinic.
Approximately $13,500 (for 30 days). The center does accept a majority of the private insurance plans.
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