Fort Behavioral Health helps individuals struggling with addiction build a strong foundation for lasting recovery. Our programs address not only the presenting issue of addiction, but the underlying issues, as well.
At Fort, we believe in building and maintaining strong, collaborative relationships with other treatment professionals. We value these relationships and feel honored to have the opportunity to be a part of our clients’ support networks. In order to provide excellence in customer service, we continually strive to make the referral and admissions process as smooth as possible.
When contacting us about a potential client, you will speak with one of our highly trained admissions coordinators to ensure that Fort is the best fit for your client. Our admissions team will discuss our treatment programs and treatment philosophy so that you can make your referral decision. If needed, our CEO or a member of our executive team is available to answer questions as well.
We value collaboration and believe that the FBH treatment team is just one part of each client’s wider network of support that includes referring professionals, family members, and friends. With client permission, as well as documented Release of Information, we work to keep you informed and up-to-date regarding your client’s progress through treatment.
We receive referrals from a number of different sources, including:
- Family and Friends
- Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
- Mental Health Professionals
- Medical Facilities
If you or someone you care for may benefit from treatment at Fort, do not hesitate to contact us.
Admissions Line: (833) 469-3678 -or- Fax Line: (682) 707-5750
We currently accept most major insurance plans on an out-network basis. We will update this page as we gain in-network status with various providers.
FAQ for Referring Professionals:
- What ages do you treat?
Our adult programs (City View Detox, Thistle Hill, and Trinity Vista) treat clients aged 18 and up. Evergreen Path is our adolescent substance abuse program for boys ages 14-17. Camp Worth specializes in autism and spectrum disorders treatment for boys and girls ages 11-17.
- Do you have PHP and IOP?
We offer adults a full continuum of care from detox to aftercare, which includes both PHP and IOP for adults.
- Do you have masters level clinicians?
Our clinical team is comprised of masters level licensed professional counselors and social workers.
- What is the average length of stay?
We encourage each client to be able to commit to staying for 30 days for residential treatment. Once a client is admitted the length of stay is based on clinical recommendations by the treatment team.
- What do you treat?
We are an addiction primary program with the ability to treat: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Disorders, Anxiety and Depression, Co-occurring disorders (include ED and mood disorders), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Working Professionals, and Intimacy and Relationship Issues.
- Are you 12-step or Christian-based?
We understand that recovery is not one-size-fits all, therefore we offer additional recovery programs when there is 12-step resistance. We are a spiritual program, but not solely Christian-based. We respect all religions and allow observance on customary days as they pertain to each.
- My client has an upcoming court date, can he leave treatment to be there?
We are the client’s advocate and will make all necessary arrangements for court appearances when we are unable to arrange postponement.