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Find Hope at Fort Wayne Recovery

We understand that recovery from addiction takes place not only at a deep level of healing, but also our clients need support to manage their lives and regain what has been lost. We wish to contribute to a new generation of recovery champions in Indiana, who are actively engaged in helping to strengthen the communities in which they live. 

Our unique drug and alcohol treatment programs are designed to engage each person with different therapy modalities in order to meet the client where they are at. 

At Fort Wayne Recovery, we take great pride in providing the best in compassionate care by using evidence based treatment methods.


Our drug and alcohol rehab program, therapists and coaches will work with each client to support them not only with high quality, masters-level therapy, but with housing, employment, life skills, faith skills and health and well-being.

We accept most major insurance including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Encore, Magellan, and United Healthcare.


Treatment Programs Provided

PHP programs are the most intensive outpatient services, for people in very early recovery who do not need full-time residential care, but who would feel safer and more supported if they are able to attend the center five days a week. Essential to this level of care is that the client welcomes recovery and understands relapse but needs daily structure to achieve their recovery goals.

Once an individual has been separated from the chemicals (drugs or alcohol) and has presented at a lower risk of returning to active addiction, the goal is continue a program to assist the individual with a plan of not returning to their previous lifestyle. IOP is between 9 and 15 hours per week of group and individual therapy designed around your work and home commitments.

Here at FWR we take great pride in our outpatient program. Outpatient treatment is up to 9 hours of group and individual therapy per week to support your growing recovery.

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