Located in Mandeville, Louisiana, Fontainebleau Treatment Center offers a variety of addiction treatment options including 12-step faciltitation approach, Anger management, Brief intervention approach, Do not use medication for opioid addiction, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Marital/couples counseling offered, Motivational interviewing, Naltrexone (oral), Relapse Prevention and accepts the following accepted insurances: Medicaid. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Fontainebleau Treatment Center, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Mandeville, Louisiana, Fontainebleau Treatment Center places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Fontainebleau Treatment Center offers may include: Cognitive/behavioral therapy, Substance abuse counseling approach, Trauma-related counseling. Addiction treatment services are available to Adult men and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Medicaid. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Fontainebleau Treatment Center from their website at www.fphsa.org.
Been here twice and learned most if what I know about addiction here. I'm not sure how it's funded now but both times I went it was funded by the state of Louisiana. I have to say it was an amazing facility. Very clean and the food was pretty amazing. It's a very old building and I was told it was once a psych ward where unimaginable things where done to crazy people in an effort to cure them. Not sure how true those stories where though. But, for a building built in 1945 I think, it is still very nice. I remember mostly the long walks around the facility and the woodpeckers and other birds calling and what not. I do remember the 30 days, each time I was there, seeming to take an eternity. Now that I'm 41 years old I can tell you that the program could for sure stand to be much longer. 30 days is not enough time to help an addict. I think the program would have a much higher success rate if it was something like 9 months. If I could I would go there right now for a 9 month program. Although I learned about all I know at this facility, the two times I went where not enough to cure me as I still struggle with addiction. I have slowed down with my drug use to near abstinence from drugs but I now am taking methadone which I feel I am very addicted to. I would love to go back here for nine months so that I could be truly free from drugs. Third time's a charm and I'm older now with a completely different outlook on addiction. My review had gone astray so I'll just say that this place gets a huge thumbs up from me.