The dedicated staff at Farrell work to develop individualized treatment plans that meet the needs of each client. Many staff members consider Farrell not just a place to work, but a second home. Above all else, our staff have a deep understanding of addiction, treatment, and recovery. The Farrell Treatment Center is proud to say that past clients sometimes return to work and help others find recovery and sobriety.
Farrell’s team of clinicians provide intensive outpatient, outpatient, individual, and group therapies to clients seeking residential and outpatient care. The clinical team also provides intake and other assessments, and helps clients develop treatment plants. Clinicians and therapists have the credentials and expertise to guide clients through their recovery journey.
Offering support from experience, Farrell’s Recovery Support Specialists provide case-management and supportive counseling to clients. These roles and many others are filled by individuals who have experience receiving addiction or mental health services. Farrell is truly a special place because of them. There is empathy and understanding at every step of the way!
Farrell’s Service Care Coordinators are with clients from admission to discharge and beyond. Service Care Coordinators provide case management services to clients, lead therapeutic groups, and connect clients to care even after their discharge from the residential program.
The Farrell Treatment Center has a robust medical staff on hand to address health concerns and medication-assisted treatment. Medical doctors, nurses, licensed practical nurses, and psychiatrists are available to conduct physical intake assessments, monitor any health concerns, and provide prescriptions and check-ins for medication-assisted treatment.
The Farrell Treatment Center is a 24-hour facility. Someone will always be available to assist a resident with their needs, no matter the hour.
An inpatient program for men experiencing substance abuse and mental health challenges.
Available for both men and women that need support and structure while living in the community.
Specialized outpatient counseling offered in group, individual or family therapies.