What is Bridges to Recovery?
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.
What do we do?
We want to reduce the unmet treatment needs in the Fairbanks North Star Borough by improving medication assisted treatment and opioid use disorder services. We also want to improve prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for stimulant use disorders.
Who do we help?
We serve Alaska Natives and American Indian adults, 18 and older, who are facing opioid use disorder or stimulant use disorder in the FNSB.
What do we offer?
We offer culturally appropriate adult outpatient services for opioid use disorder and stimulant use disorder to Alaska Natives and American Indians. Our services include peer support, weekly talking circles, and individual counseling sessions.
We also hold outreach events throughout the year.
Project manager: Charla Koudio, 907-452-6251, ext. 6215 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor: Katina Sammons, 907-452-6251, ext. 6214 or email@example.com