FASAP connects misdemeanor criminal offenders with the education or treatment they need to comply with court orders and the DMV with an ultimate goal of reducing alcohol and drug related crime. FASAP monitors each case as the offender attends education, counseling or treatment sessions with reporting completions or non-compliance to the Justice system.
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing medical detoxification to both male/female adults for a period of 1 to 10 days. Detoxification services are provided for both alcohol and drugs.
Established in 1989, Graf provides coed residential drug & alcohol rehabilitation services to American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents. Our mission is to provide Healing & Education for American Indian/Alaska Native youth with substance abuse issues and to promote wellness and growth, empowering youth to reach their potential. Graf is an unique and challenging substance abuse program, designed to address not only our youths substance abuse problems but to assist them in identifying and/or working on other challenges that makes recovery harder; such as community, family, peer, educational, legal, and/or medical problems. This is a voluntary program that expects a commitment of participation by the youth, their families and community representatives.
A short term, residential, alcohol and drug rehabilitation program providing on site services for an average of 45 days for native and nonnative adult men and women. RPC gives our consumers the opportunity to learn about and obtain treatment for their addiction in a safe, secure and structured environment. Services provided include individual or group counseling, alcohol/drug education, and case management based on the needs of the individual and the outcome of their assessment.
FNA offers culturally-responsive counseling at both a low-level and a more intense level to consumers. Treatment options include group and individual sessions using evidenced-based Best Practice methods to encourage long-term wellness.
A medium-intensity, long-term, residential treatment program designed to serve substance abusing pregnant, postpartum women and women with children through age 7. Women meet in groups and have individual sessions designed to help them break the cycle and triggers of their addictions.
The Mental Health Trauma Team is through Fairbanks Native Association. Our program provides crisis intervention services that are related to Covid-19 for children, youth, adults and elders. The focus of MHTT is on individuals with substance abuse disorders and individuals with serious emotional disturbances from negative experiences that were cause by Covid-19. The MHTT staff includes an 0utreach specialist, two peer support specialists, and three mental health clinicians. We will be located at the Ralph Perdue Center.
Alaska Native Pandemic Project II
ANPPII focuses on assisting those experiencing domestic violence and/or are at risk of suicide due to the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. ANPP II will provide prevention training, case management, and recovery support services open to people of all ages community wide.
Community Opioid Intervention Project
The purpose of the Community Opioid Intervention Project is to address the opioid crisis in the Fairbanks North Star Borough from a tribal perspective. COIP is an outpatient program, and provides opioid education, and awareness to the community through different outreach efforts, on areas related to prevention strategies, harm reduction and reducing stigma.
Increasing access to medication assisted treatment services through referrals, and case management is a focal point, as it increases the chances of long-term recovery. SBIRT screenings and MAT focused counseling were used, as well. Additionally, COIP is designed to strengthen family systems through traditional engagement activities, recovery support, elder involvement and peer support. Our target population is Alaska Native/American Indian adults, however, educational efforts are intended for all community members.
Bridges to Recovery is a program developed by Fairbanks Native Association with the mission to provide culturally appropriate treatment and outreach for Alaska Native and American Indian adults, 18 and over, who are facing opioid use disorder and stimulant use disorder.
Building Bridges is intended to prevent suicide and suicide attempts among American Indian/Alaska Native adults, age 25 and older, to reduce the overall suicide rate and number of suicides in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.