Fairbanks Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center will host an open house at its newest outpatient satellite office in Plainfield. The open house will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 2.
During the open house, Fairbanks Medical Director Dr. Tim Kelly will provide a presentation about drug and alcohol addiction, treatment, and recovery. A ribbon cutting ceremony by the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce will take place at 1:30 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning more about programs and services offered at the Plainfield Outpatient Office is welcome to attend this free event.
The following services are available for adults and adolescents at the new Fairbanks Plainfield Outpatient Office:
Assessments — professional chemical dependency assessments by appointment or walk in.
Intensive Outpatient Program — day and evening outpatient programming.
PRIME For Life — drug and alcohol education classes monthly.
Marijuana education — education classes monthly.
The Fairbanks Plainfield Outpatient Office was developed to allow patients who live in or near Hendricks County the opportunity to begin their drug and alcohol treatment or continue their ongoing care at a more convenient location.
Anyone planning to attend the open house is asked to contact Molly Burns by e-mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 572-9318.
The Plainfield office is at 6100 Clarks Creek Road, near Interstate 70 and State Road 267. For more information, call 806-7522.
Fairbanks is a non-profit organization that focuses on recovery from alcohol and drug problems. For more information, visit the website at www.fairbankscd.org.