Inpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment

The Fedcap Group’s treatment program for youth and young adults ages 12-18 uses evidence-based clinical and support interventions to help participants address their substance use disorder.

The clinical components of the program are designed to promote a belief in self-competence and to enhance day to day decision making. Hallmarks of treatment and care include:
  • Trauma Informed—Many young people seeking treatment have experienced trauma. Staff are trained to integrate trauma informed care into their day to day interactions with each program participant.
  • Family and Youth Driven—Staff engage young people and their families in guiding their own service planning. The program features a robust family engagement, treatment and support plan.
  • Strength Focused--Staff work with each youth to identify strengths, skills, interests and individual needs that are incorporated into each individual treatment plan.
  • Aspirational--Motivational therapies encourage youth to envision and aspire to a future in which dreams and goals are realized.

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Our program model incorporates the four major dimensions identified by SAMHSA as key to recovery. These include:

  • Health--learning to overcome, manage or successfully live with symptoms and making healthy life choices that support physical and emotional well-being.
  • Home--a safe, stable place to live.
  • Purpose--meaningful daily activities, such as job, school, volunteer work or creative endeavors.
  • Community--relationships and networks for support, friendship, love and hope.

Our multi-disciplinary recovery team includes RNs, LSWs, clinical case managers, and psychiatric caregivers who can initiate medication-assisted treatment (MAT) when indicated. Certified recovery support workers, many of whom are in recovery, serve as peer counselors. Clinical staff understand addiction and its co-occurring factors and provide appropriate care.

As school connectedness is central to prevention and recovery, the program incorporates frequent contact with school personnel to plan for school work while the student is in treatment.

Partnerships with statewide providers ensure that when young people leave the facility they will have access to a comprehensive array of community-based services as they continue their process of recovery.

Recovery is enhanced by online learning and resources for individual and group support. Youth can participate in educational and workforce development programs and through our signature Get Ready! program are offered module-based training programs for soft skills development, work readiness and college readiness.

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