Firefly Children & Family Alliance
Focusing on: Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Service Site: Firefly Children & Family Alliance
Address: 2240 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208
County: Marion
Telephone: 317-634-6341
Fax Number: 317-464-9575
Intake Telephone: 317-634-6341
Crisis (24 Hour) Telephone: 317-634-6341 For Clients only
Our team of professionals works to help participants understand the destructive impact of substance use on their spouses, partners, children and co-workers. Our goal is to teach participants how to overcome substance use disorders and/or addiction and live substance-free. We provide a full continuum of substance use treatment and support services—from prevention/education programs for individuals experiencing the first signs of a problem, through intensive outpatient programs for those experiencing significant and persistent substance use or dependence problems.
Operating Hours: Monday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Wednesday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Thursday 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM, Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Walk-in Hours: Monday-Friday N/A, Saturday N/A, Sunday N/A
Special Intake Instructions: Must call to get an appointment starting at 8:00 AM, Monday-Thursday. The substance use program begins with assessment at time of initial appointment. Prepare to spend two (2) hours on this process. You will discuss physical, mental and social health. You will need photo ID, insurance and referral information.
We are handicap accessible.
Our focus is on: Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Our primary service(s): Intensive Outpatient Services (ASAM 2.1), Outpatient Services (ASAM 1.0)
We offer the following services: “The Outpatient Program groups meet for two hours, once a week for 12 weeks. This group focuses on educating members about substance use and addiction. Our counselors cover all necessary topics such as coping skills, healthy relationships, and setting boundaries. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) requires more time and commitment than the former group. This program meets for three hours a day, three days a week for eight weeks, and then drops down to one three hour session per week for the next eight. This group’s educational piece is similar to the previous outpatient group, but IOP spends more time digging deeper with therapeutic education, essentially trying to help clients understand why they use and how to cope with those underlying motivations. This group also focuses a lot on safety planning, handling triggers, and preventing relapse. Peer Support: Both programs require drug screenings and use a trauma-informed curriculum titled Seeking Safety. As supplemental support, they both require members to attend recovery support meetings outside of the program. These meetings could be AA or NA, or other groups like Smart Recovery or Celebrate Recovery. “
The gender populations we serve are: All/Anyone
The age populations we serve are: Adults
The payment types we accept are: HIP – Anthem, HIP – CareSource, HIP – MDWise
We do not offer childcare at our location.

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