Finding & Sustaining Recovery (F.S.R.)
Outpatient Substance Treatment Program
FSR is based on the belief that all people who desire to live clean and sober can achieve a life of health and wellness without the use of substances. FSR is an abstinence-based, multidisciplinary, and integrated program designed to develop and maintain sober and healthy lifestyles.
The disease of addiction is a wound to the mind, body, and spirit. Quest Center is a supportive, nurturing, accepting environment conducive to the complete healing of the whole person. A vital component of healing is community. Developing a culture and community of recovery is a particularly important element of the FSR program as you journey through recovery.
The program employs evidence-based practices to help empower people to enter into and grow in their recovery. We believe sustainable recovery is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease.
At Quest, recovery begins with a conversation. Each person’s story of addiction is as unique as their journey in recovery. Our counselors work with clients to assess the level of care needed to create an individualized recovery plan. FSR offers education through intensive outpatient treatment up to 5 days a week.
Evidence-based strategies include:
Therapeutic groups can support individual members in times of pain and trouble, and they can help people grow in ways that are healthy and creative. FSR utilizes a wide range of groups: to process, to educate, to build skills, and to support one another.
Gain self-knowledge, insight into addiction, and a stronger sense of inner strength though one-to-one discussions with your counselor.
CHINESE MEDICATION AND ACUPUNCTURE
Acupuncture has been proven to help decrease withdrawal symptoms as well as cravings and depression.
Our peer mentors have lived experiences in recovery from addiction and can serve as a powerful resource for people experiencing similar issues.
Yoga in a treatment setting that allows clients to access yoga in a safe, comfortable environment that reduces tension, anxiety and cravings.All clients in the FSR program will attend acupuncture and process groups, and will develop community-based support systems. FSR is culturally competent and provides gender-specific programming.
Our program offers multiple levels of care for outpatient services, including DUII treatment services. This client-centered approach helps people to develop and support a culture and community of recovery through the following services:
- Spectrum Group (affirming/specific group for folx identifying as Genderqueer/Non-binary)
- Gender-affirming/specific Group for folx identifying as Women
- Gender-affirming/specific Group for folx identifying as Men
- Relapse Prevention Group
- On-site recovery support meetings
- Mindful Movement Yoga Group
- Client-Centered Process Group
- One-on-One addictions therapy
New clients may wish to save time by completing the New Client Finding and Sustaining Recovery Packet in advance and bringing it with them. Please speak with a Quest Center FSR counselor beforehand. Call (503)238-5203 x128 to schedule a meet and greet appointment.
New acupuncture clients may wish to save time by completing the Acupuncture Packet ahead of time and bringing it with them. If it is your first time receiving acupuncture, please review our Acupuncture Resource Page with frequently asked questions. All information regarding the known usage and effects of acupuncture were sourced from the World Health Organization.