Foundations Recovery Center is a 15 bed residential
substance use disorder treatment facility that houses 9 men on the first
floor and 6 women on the second floor. Foundations also has 2 respite
beds that are utilized when an individual needs to be linked up with
medication assisted treatment and /or needs a sober place to be until
other arrangements can be coordinated.
Within the facility, we have a group room, living area, kitchen and dining area that are available to the residents. Each resident will have a roommate, which we have found allows them to form sober supports within the house and connect with someone who understands their journey. We offer extensive treatment and therapeutic groups throughout the day and on the weekends. We have individual counselors that will meet with each resident at least once weekly, tailoring treatment to their specific needs. Residents at Foundations Recovery Center are encouraged to engage in positive, prosocial activities as well.
We encourage active involvement from the probation department in order to increase the support to the residents at Foundations. They are also encouraged to attend NA / AA meetings and are linked with case management and recovery coaches during their stay.
Length of stay is based on individual progress and medical necessity. Room and board and treatment services are funded by Medicaid for Marion County and out of county residents. Funding for Marion County residents who are not Medicaid-eligible may be provided by the Marion/Crawford County ADAMH board.