About Juel Fairbanks
Juel Fairbanks provides a safe place for adults to receive chemical dependency services. Our clients are people who struggle with addiction and/or mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, brain injury, schizophrenia and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Most of our programs serve men, 18 years old and up; however, our outpatient services include women as well.
Our organization is unique in that it was founded by an Ojibwe tribe member with the intention of enhancing the recovery process for other American Indians. Today, our facilities and services are a comfortable place for American Indians as well as other underserved populations to recover. Monthly pipe ceremonies are among the culturally specific programming offered here, with 40 years of experience helping American Indians.
|Clients Served in 2012:
1400 chemically dependent individuals,
including homeless men who suffer from mental illness
|Residential Treatment – Medium Intensity – Capacity:
|Group Residential Housing Capacity:
|Case Management & Treatment Support Capacity:
Up to 30 clients
To provide prevention, treatment and other associated services to enhance recovery from chemical dependency and dual disorders within the American Indian community and other underserved populations.