A Clinical Staff Dedicated to Putting Your Family First
At Fairwinds Treatment Center, we believe that clinical expertise and a caring nature are vital to the successful eating disorders treatment and drug and alcohol rehab process. As a leader in the field of dual diagnosis treatment services for eating disorders and alcohol and drug rehab, Fairwinds Treatment Center integrates philosophies and treatment practices from the medical and therapeutic communities, family systems theory and the twelve-step philosophy.
Our multi-disciplinary clinical team consists of some of the industry’s most highly qualified and compassionate health care specialists, including psychiatrists, a general physician, a psychologist, certified drug and alcohol addictions counselors, licensed social workers and therapists, nursing professionals, an art therapist and a registered dietitian. By leveraging a variety of specialists, we offer a strong support network that is essential to recovery from eating disorders and drug and alcohol addictions. With one of the highest staff-to-patient ratios in the industry, we are committed to delivering exceptional, individualized care in a safe and respectful environment.
Our eating disorders treatment and drug and alcohol rehab programs feature unique sets of treatment modalities. These modalities and objectives are be facilitated separately or in conjunction with each other, depending on the individual needs of our clients. This focus on expert dual diagnosis treatment services for eating disorders and drug or alcohol rehab is what makes our approach to treatment so successful.
A Commitment to Our Patients
As one of only a few dually-licensed psychiatric and substance abuse centers in the nation to earn accreditation by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), we have a unique perspective on how difficult life is for our clients and their loved ones. That’s why we make it our mission to provide the highest quality of care available, whether the patient is working to recover from drug and alcohol addition, an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia, or even both. Everyone on our staff strives to demonstrate this commitment every day, in all that we do.