Admission Requirement

To be considered for an admission to Focus Recovery Center, you must be:

  • Age 18 and older
  • Have at least one-year of Opioid Use Disorder and
  • Have an addicted to Opiates and
  • Voluntarily consent to medication assisted treatment

We offer

  • Experienced and Compassionate Medical and Clinical Staff
  • Confidential and Client Centered Care
  • Accessible location
  • Clean and Secure Facility
  • Client Centered Individualized Treatment Services
  • Comprehensive Assessments
  • Program Orientation
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Buprenorphine
  • Methadone
  • Group Counseling Sessions
  • Individual Counseling Sessions
  • Therapy Sessions
  • Nutritional Information
  • Community Resources and referrals
  • Concerned Persons Group Sessions


Please Note: All clients are expected to attend the program during medication hours and as scheduled. The program may be closed in the event of inclement weather as advised by local methadone authorities.


Family Information Sessions

FRC recognized the positive impact that the family can have on the person’s served. In many ways, the family support may help to shape the clients recovery experience. Ask us how your family can be involved!


Group Counseling

Some may be wondering…..Can group counseling really help me? We would say most likely! Relationships often struggle as a result of active addiction. Group counseling can eliminate isolating; it brings people together, often forming strong bonds in the process. This bond can prove very beneficial in treatment and recovery, as members are more likely to hold one another accountable. Individuals can talk openly and freely of their experiences with addiction, obstacles, barriers, outcomes, new journeys and positive results. This setting allows the participants to express these things in a productive manner in the presence of a professional and listeners which may offer suggestions and support.


Individual Counseling/Case Management

Through individual counseling and case management a client works one on one with an experienced licensed and/or certified clinician. Individual counseling is focused on the clients customized treatment plans. These plans are specific to each client’s existing problem, current and future goals. During individual counseling assessments are completed and the client explore their strengths, needs, abilities and preferences. Through this process a variety of information and tools are gained to achieve a healthier lifestyle in recovery.



Therapy also known as psychotherapy includes meeting with a licensed therapist and being assisted in a process of resolving challenging or undesired behaviors, beliefs, feelings, relationship issues, etc. Getting started in therapy is a huge step towards becoming a healthier and more complete version of you! Through therapy and lifestyle change, you can discontinue unhealthy behaviors and habits, resolve pain provoking issues, improve your relationships, and much more.
Therapy at FRC is offered by appointments only and is NOT included in the cost of treatment fees/services. Please contact the facility for additional information and to schedule a therapy appointment.



Telehealth is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions.
This system permits real-time communication between the provider employed at Focus Recovery Center and the client in which will be on site at the facility. Telehealth services are available at Focus Recovery Center. We maintain data security and privacy as we provide these services to the clients that have opted and are approved to participate.



Concerned Persons Group

The individual with Opioid Use Disorder can experience a variety of issues including negative consequences. The family and support system may be impacted as well. Family relationships may need rebuilding and can be an important part of a recovery program. FRC clients are also encouraged to let go of using friends and make new ones, while they begin to develop a new social support group.
FRC recognized the positive impact that the family can have on the person’s served. In many ways, the family support may help to shape the clients recovery experience. FRC has incorporated a Concerned Person’s Program (CPP) for individuals that are interested in supporting their loved one that is recovering from alcohol and drugs. The CPP offers general information related to Opioid Use Disorder, treatment, support and encouragement. The discussing of information specific to individuals in treatment is prohibited. This program is free, open to the public and held for an hour every other Friday at 6:00 pm. Please contact us for additional information.