Lodging Plus allows patients to reside in a supportive, supervised environment while participating in our substance use treatment program. Through treatment, patients come to understand the negative effects of alcohol and/or drugs on their life and relationships. We work with each patient on an individual level to build a positive self-image and develop the life skills necessary to achieve and maintain sobriety.
Lodging Plus patients receive quality care for alcohol and/or drug use in a living environment that is conducive to their recovery. Our residents receive 30 hours of service per week, including group therapy, individual counseling, spiritual care and education sessions. Each patient is assigned to a primary counselor and therapy group for the duration of their stay. Shortly after admission to Lodging Plus, the patient will work with a counselor to develop a personalized treatment plan. This plan outlines treatment goals that, when reached, will determine the next steps in the recovery process. Lodging Plus is a tobacco, vaping, and e-cigarette free facility. Smoking cessation services and support are available as part of the program. The program partners with the University of Minnesota to offer research-based tried and true treatment models.
Establishing recovery takes time, and the length of time required is different for every patient. Our program offers services that extend beyond the residential stay to help maintain recovery after returning home. Lodging Plus may be the first step in the treatment process for some patients or the next step after another form of inpatient care for others. After finishing treatment at Lodging Plus, the care team and patient work together to decide what type of care and support will follow.
We offer several support options to patients and their families, both during and after treatment.
Concerned Persons Program
Family members are encouraged to participate in these weekly drop-in meetings at least once during treatment. There is no cost to attend.
This ongoing weekly support group is run by alumni facilitators. It is designed to offer continued support during the recovery process. Growth Group is free of charge and is open to those who have completed their primary treatment plan.
The Alumni Association is available to patients and families who have participated in the chemical dependency program. They offer support for patients in all stages of the recovery process. Social events, trips and other activities related to recovery are also offered.
Fairview Recovery Services is proud to offer the only hospital based Intensive Outpatient specialized substance use disorder treatment program serving Deaf/DeafBlind/Hard of Hearing individuals in the United States. Our goal is to help patients live a meaningful life that is free from the confines of drug and alcohol addiction.
A unique approach to chemical dependency treatment
Deaf/DeafBlind/Hard of Hearing patients need treatment options that are both culturally and linguistically/language appropriate. Our staff is respectful of these needs and creates a personalized care plan for each individual providing treatment services in American Sign Language seven days a week. In addition, every patient can expect the following:
Establishing recovery and maintaining sobriety takes time. Our treatment model ensures that our patients have the support they need to maintain a drug/alcohol free lifestyle after they finish treatment. Patients and counselors will work together to establish post-treatment goals and determine which level of care will provide the best support.
Our staff will also connect patients with resources in the community that support people learning to live without drugs or alcohol, including other Deaf/DeafBlind/Hard of Hearing individuals in recovery.
Substance Abuse disorder affects the entire family. Family Week programming is available for all our patients enrolled in the Lodging Plus program. This program consists of family therapists providing support and guidance in communication with their family member. Language accessibility is provided for all our patients for clear and open communication. Our counselors help families understand chemical dependency and the role they play in the recovery process. This program is Monday through Thursday and family members are strongly encouraged to attend.
We bring our experience and expertise with this underserved population and believe Deaf/DeafBlind/Hard-of-Hearing patients with substance use disorders should have equal access to quality treatment services.