Population: State of Alaska Residents Age: Adults Gender: Male and Female
Capacity (Number of Beds): 10 beds Residential and 30 slots Outpatient
Admissions Process: Open Continuous Enrollment
Average Length of Stay: 45 days Residential and 8 weeks Outpatient
Overview: The Ralph Perdue Center residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation program, short term with an average length of stay of 45 days. Treatment is a combination of education to remain drug and alcohol free by providing individual counseling, process groups and having consumers identify issues which led them to substance abuse and unhealthy lifestyles. Our residential program gives our consumers the opportunity to learn about and obtain treatment for their addiction in a safe, secure and structured environment. Outpatient treatment program offers culturally responsive counseling by offering both a low-level and more intense level of counseling to consumers. Treatment includes group and individual sessions using evidenced-based Best Practices methods to encourage long-term wellness. Our outpatient component provides either Standard Outpatient Treatment or Intensive Outpatient Treatment.
Specific services include:
Owns/Operates Facility: Fairbanks Native Association operates the RPC residential and Outpatient treatment program on a State grant.
Stats: 07-01-2009 to 06-30-2011 – Residential - 105 Total consumers with 77 complete – 73.3% completion rate. Outpatient – 96 total consumers with 57 complete – 59.4% completion rate
|Pathways to Healing Residential Services
Inroads to Healing Outpatient/Continuing Care Program
Emergency Care Services
|Ralph Perdue Center
3100 S. Cushman Street
(907) 456-4849 fax