What is Trauma?
Trauma is a pervasive problem. It results from exposure to an incident or series of events that are emotionally disturbing and/or life-threatening with lasting adverse effects on the individual’s functioning and mental, physical, social, emotional, and/or spiritual well-being.
Experiences that may be traumatic include:
- Physical, sexual, and emotional abuse
- Childhood neglect
- Interpersonal and/or attachment trauma
- Living with a family member with mental health or substance use disorders
- Sudden, unexplained separation from a loved one
- Racism, discrimination, and oppression
- Violence in the community, war, or terrorism
Is Fuse Recovery for everyone?
We believe that everyone has their own path to recovery. Fuse strives to provide one of those paths.
What makes fuse different from other treatment providers?
All of our staff are trauma-informed and our clinicians specialize in a variety of trauma therapies. The providers at Fuse care about our clients at the core of who they are.
All of the staff that work with us are hand picked to provide the best care for the individual. This allows us to bring a wide range of options to each individual that other providers can not match.
Do you accept my insurance?
We accept most forms of insurance including Medicaid. Give us a call and we will verify if your insurance will work with us.
Do you offer detox services?
We do not provide medication-assisted recovery or residential treatment at this time, but we can refer you to a physician or residential treatment facility to explore your options.See our referral partners here.
Do you offer medicated assisted treatment?
No. But, we work with physicians who we can refer you to if you need assistance. Reach out here here to get started.
Can I get medicated assisted treatment elsewhere and still receive therapy at Fuse?
Yes, we welcome all that believe Fuse is the best path for them.
What can I expect when I call?
First, you will receive respect and compassion. Our client specialist will simply ask a few questions to understand your situation and answer any questions you have. Then we will schedule the best time for you to come in for an assessment with one of our therapists to determine your individualized plan.
How long will I be in treatment?
Treatment is different for everyone. Some people choose to continue with therapy indefinitely. We try not to focus on specific lengths of time, but how you are healing in your treatment. We believe an honest relationship between the client and clinicians creates the best care.