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Iowa Drug Rehab Centers

Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Harlan Office
Location: Harlan, IA - 51537
Contact Phone: (712) 755-7002
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. For adolescents who need outpatient care for their substance abuse, addiction, or co-occurring disorders, Jackson is a well-respected name in addiction treatment. We have over 30 years of experience working with adolescents, and offer a full-range of services - from teens who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol to those who are suffering from an addiction. We will work with you and the adolescent to determine which level of care is the most appropriate for them. Our outpatient programs are designed specifically to meet the individual needs of adolescents. Jackson Recovery Centers' Adult Outpatient program specializes in providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adult men and women and their families. Jackson offers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. Our highly-trained staff strives to bring love and hope to adults and their families who are affected by addiction. We have developed a treatment model where patients mentor, care, help and teach each other lifelong skills centered on recovery.
Crossroads Behavioral Health Services - Winterset Office
Location: Winterset, IA - 50273
Contact Phone: (515) 462-3105
Website: http://crossroadscreston.com/
Description: Crossroads Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient mental health and substance use disorder recovery services. Life is complicated. From time to time, everyone experiences being overwhelmed by its events. Challenging family situations, relationship stress, job concerns, identity issues, and grief are just a few of the things that contribute to depression, anxiety, substance addiction, and other kinds of disorders. Crossroads Behavioral Health Services is here, for you or someone you know, to provide effective and affordable outpatient psychiatric care and mental health and substance use treatment. Our services at 8-locations are provided with priority to the residents of Adair, Adams, Clarke, Madison, Tayler and Union Counties. Accommodations are provided for those with disabilities or other barriers. All Services are provided by licensed providers.
Heartland Family Service - Family Works
Location: Council Bluffs, IA - 51501
Contact Phone: (712) 435-5380
Website: http://heartlandfamilyservice.org/
Description: Heartland Family Service is a nonprofit, non-sectarian counseling agency, founded in 1875. The mission of the agency is to strengthen the lives of individuals and families in our community through education, counseling and support services. The Family Works program allows mothers to keep their children with them as they go through an intensive residential program lasting 4-6 months. It is a unique arrangement that keeps families intact while giving mothers the intensive, professional support they need to get clean and stay sober. The program preserves and strengthens the mother-child attachment that is so critical to the child’s safety, health and lifelong well-being. Priority is given to pregnant women and women with children under three years of age. Facilities in Omaha and in Council Bluffs provide housing, treatment, therapy and support to help mothers make long-term changes and ensure that babies are born drug-free.
(mecca) Mid Eastern Council On Chemical Abuse
Location: Iowa City, IA - 52240
Contact Phone: (319) 351-4357
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
Center For Alcohol And Drug Services - East Locust Street Outreach
Location: Davenport, IA - 52803
Contact Phone: (563) 326-4116
Website: http://cads-ia.com/
Description: On January, 25, 1980, a combined board leadership held its first official meeting of the newly formed Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. That was the beginning of a distinguished history combining efforts and shared success of multiple professionals and individuals dedicated to the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance abuse in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities. The organization is affectionately known as “CADS,” an acronym that implies familiarity without further explanation. Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient Services include both intensive and extended levels of care. Both levels of care provide individual, group, and family counseling. Length of stay varies according to individual needs. Continuing Care: This is an extended aftercare program with on-going support for adolescents who complete a primary treatment program.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place
Location: Clinton, IA - 52732
Contact Phone: (563) 242-2042
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. Residing in a safe and substance-free environment is an important step in the recovery process. ASAC provides the opportunity to ease slowly back into your normal environment while continuing to learn how to make better choices. Our halfway house programs provide transitional living options for people who have successfully completed a residential treatment program and are homeless or do not have a living situation conducive for recovery. Individuals are given time to find housing and obtain a job or become enrolled in school. Clients living in halfway houses can receive group and individual counseling, family counseling and other support services that provide a safe place to continue recovery. This is a transitional housing program with at least 5 – 10 hours of substance abuse treatment. The length depends on personal need and an individual’s treatment plan. Families are invited to attend group counseling sessions as they are available. Individuals living in halfway houses are welcome to spend time with their families while staying in one of the halfway homes. After a stay in one of our halfway houses, ASAC provides additional support and recovery services including outpatient and after care services.
Heartland Family Service - Logan Office
Location: Logan, IA - 51546
Contact Phone: (712) 644-2946
Website: http://heartlandfamilyservice.org/
Description: Heartland Family Service is a nonprofit, non-sectarian counseling agency, founded in 1875. The mission of the agency is to strengthen the lives of individuals and families in our community through education, counseling and support services.
Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Mason City, IA - 50401
Contact Phone: (641) 424-2391
Website: http://www.prairieridge.net/
Description: Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing quality addiction treatment and prevention services to individuals and families throughout the Midwest. Since our founding in 1969, the foundation of our care is dignity and respect for those we serve. Our services are organized around individualized assessments in partnership with our customers to best meet the needs and wants of those seeking our services. A full range of evidence-based prevention and treatment options are available at multiple levels of care. We strive for innovation and effectiveness in all we do. The core of our effectiveness is the professionalism and welcoming nature of our staff. Prairie Ridge employs a range of licensed professional and certified addiction counselors, prevention specialists, support staff and clinical assistants. Access to psychiatry is also available to assist with co-occurring disorders and medication-assisted therapy. Prairie Ridge facilities are professionally designed, comfortable, and inviting for our clients. The main facility is situated in a park-like environment offering walking trails through both native prairie and tree-lined areas. Clients prefer Prairie Ridge due to our experience, our client-centered approach, skilled and caring staff - all offered in a professional and peaceful environment.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Sibley, IA - 51249
Contact Phone: (712) 324-2196
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Family Resources Inc. - Wittenmyer Youth Center
Location: Davenport, IA - 52803
Contact Phone: (563) 326-6431
Website: http://www.famres.org
Description: The Residential Treatment Programs of Family Resources are located on the 10 acre campus known as the "Wittenmyer Youth Center" at 2800 Eastern Avenue, Davenport, IA. The Wittenmyer Youth Center is located off Eastern Avenue in Davenport, Iowa along the public bus route. The Wittenmyer Youth Center campus is home to enhanced residential treatment facilities known as Bridge House, Leslie, SUMMIT and Victory House. These programs provide treatment for children who are unable to live in a family situation. Children residing in our facilities receive a high degree of supervision, structure, and therapeutic services. Wittenmyer Youth Center is a non-smoking campus. Smoking is not allowed in any building, parking lot or on the grounds of campus. Family Resources' Bridge House Program is a residential facility for adolescent females ages 12 to 18. The adaptable milieu management model at Bridge House enables the program to serve clients of varied intellectual and social functioning levels. We understand that girls respond to crisis in their lives differently than boys, therefore, the treatment at Bridge House is designed to meet the specific needs of girls. Most of the young women in our care have suffered some type of physical, emotional or sexual abuse. They carry varied mental health diagnoses and are acting outward/inward in destructive ways. Bridge House offers a safe place for girls to explore themselves, their feelings and their disruptive patterns of behaviors. Family Resources' Leslie Program is a secured residential setting for males ages 12 to 18 who are adjudicated delinquent and demonstrate a need for a secured setting based on criminal history, substance use, and/or history of elopement. We recognize the need for secured placement may vary, therefore we are able to offer flexible and individualized programming in order to best meet the goals of each resident. We utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach incorporating milieu, individual therapy, group therapy, families, and communities. The S.U.M.M.I.T. Program provides residential programming for adolescent males ages 12 to 18 years old with varying backgrounds and histories of system involvement who would benefit from a short term residential stay (3-6 months). Clients are either Adjudicated Delinquent or Child in Need of Assistance and court ordered into foster group care. Clients have either acquired delinquent charges prior to placement or are experiencing such severe disruptive at home or in the community that future delinquent behavior is probable without intervention. S.U.M.M.I.T. has successfully been used either as an initial effort, prior to longer-term residential placements, or as an alternative to previously failed placements. We utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach incorporating milieu, individual therapy, group therapy, families and communities. Family Resources' Victory House Program is a residential facility for adolescent males ages 12 to 18. The adaptable milieu management model at Victory House enables the program to serve clients of varied intellectual and social functioning levels. The residents at Victory House have either acquired delinquent charges prior to placement or are experiencing such severe disruption at home or in the community that future delinquent behavior is probable without intervention. With that in mind, Victory House focuses on victim empathy, self-esteem and family relational issues.
Unitypoint Health - Trinity Regional Medical Center
Location: Fort Dodge, IA - 50501
Contact Phone: (515) 573-3101
Website: http://www.unitypoint.org/fortdodge/
Description: UnityPoint Health - Trinity is a licensed 200 bed non-profit hospital that serves Fort Dodge and surrounding communities. As a designated regional referral center, Trinity offers you and your family a wide range of primary and secondary care services. We employ over 1,000 healthcare professionals, technicians, and employees and boast a medical staff of 65 physicians. Trinity is accredited by DNV Healthcare Inc. and has achieved Pathway to Excellence designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Substance Abuse Treatment Unit Of Central Iowa (satuci) - Marshall County
Location: Marshalltown, IA - 50158
Contact Phone: (641) 752-5421
Website: http://www.satuci.com/
Description: SATUCI is a non-profit, state-funded, community-based agency which has provided substance abuse prevention and treatment services to the residents of Marshall, Tama, Poweshiek and Hardin counties since 1980. SATUCI is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors. Counselors hold credentials in treating substance related disorders. Most counselors are alcohol and drug counselors certified by the Iowa Board of Certification. Other counselors are both substance related and mental health professionals.
Mecca Services - Cedar County Office
Location: Tipton, IA - 52772
Contact Phone: (563) 886-3468
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com/
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Ames, IA - 50010
Contact Phone: (515) 232-3206
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Area Substance Abuse Council
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
Contact Phone: (319) 390-4611
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Mecca Services - Central Iowa Regional Office
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50317
Contact Phone: (515) 262-0349
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com/
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
Substance Abuse Treatment Unit Of Central Iowa (satuci) - Poweshiek County
Location: Grinnell, IA - 50112
Contact Phone: (641) 236-8662
Website: http://www.satuci.com/
Description: SATUCI is a non-profit, state-funded, community-based agency which has provided substance abuse prevention and treatment services to the residents of Marshall, Tama, Poweshiek and Hardin counties since 1980. SATUCI is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors. Counselors hold credentials in treating substance related disorders. Most counselors are alcohol and drug counselors certified by the Iowa Board of Certification. Other counselors are both substance related and mental health professionals.
Mecca Services - Iowa County Office
Location: Marengo, IA - 52301
Contact Phone: (319) 642-5528
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com/
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
Community And Family Resources - Fort Dodge (outpatient)
Location: Fort Dodge, IA - 50501
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Rockwell City, IA - 50579
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Synchrony
Location: Iowa City, IA - 52240
Contact Phone: (319) 351-9072
Website: http://www.synchronyservices.com/
Description: Synchrony provides individualized substance abuse, mental health and employee assistance program (EAP) services for individuals and families. Confidentiality is very important to us.
Center For Alcohol And Drug Services - Scott County Jail
Location: Davenport, IA - 52801
Contact Phone: (563) 328-3223
Website: http://cads-ia.com/
Description: On January, 25, 1980, a combined board leadership held its first official meeting of the newly formed Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. That was the beginning of a distinguished history combining efforts and shared success of multiple professionals and individuals dedicated to the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance abuse in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities. The organization is affectionately known as “CADS,” an acronym that implies familiarity without further explanation. Criminal Justice Services: Intensive therapeutic program for both men and women that utilize a cognitive-behavioral treatment program to address substance abuse and criminal behaviors; Hazelden Curriculum is the basis of the C.A.D.S program and has three phases; The first phase is 8 weeks, and may be completed while incarcerated. This includes attending classes each week that address: drug and alcohol education, criminal and addictive thinking, relapse prevention, and reintegration preparation; Upon release from Jail, he or she will complete the second and third phase through outpatient treatment directed by the CADS staff; OWI-III programming, DUI services, and OWI evaluations
Cedar Valley Recovery Services, Inc. - Marion
Location: Marion, IA - 52302
Contact Phone: (319) 363-2678
Website: http://www.cvrsinc.com/
Description: Cedar Valley Recovery Services, Inc (CVRS) provides assessments, education and treatment options to individuals with substance abuse or substance dependence disorders. CVRS has two locations in Eastern Iowa, in Cedar Falls and in Marion.
Capstone Behavioral Healthcare - Knoxville Office
Location: Knoxville, IA - 50138
Contact Phone: (641) 842-4925
Website: http://www.capstonebh.com/
Description: The mission of Capstone Behavioral Healthcare is to promote mental health, and reduce the impairments associated with mental disorders, substance abuse, and chemical dependency by providing education, support, and treatment services.
Cornerstone Recovery Center
Location: Ankeny, IA - 50023
Contact Phone: (515) 289-2272
Website: http://www.cfiowa.org
Description: Cornerstone Recovery, a program of Children & Families of Iowa. Any teen can get into trouble with drugs; we can help. At Children & Families of Iowa, we achieve success in overcoming substance abuse by involving family in finding solutions that are tailored for each youth. Every level of care incorporates group, individual and family counseling. We also provide psychiatric care and medication management as needed. By focusing on positive mental health, we address the underlying causes of substance abuse. Cornerstone Recovery offers three levels of services to help teens, ages 12-18, end their substance abuse. As teens show improvement or when they require additional help, they can move up or down the continuum of care without having to move to another program or facility.
House Of Mercy - Warren County Office
Location: Indianola, IA - 50125
Contact Phone: (515) 961-1006
Website: http://www.houseofmercydesmoines.org/
Description: House of Mercy is dedicated to making the community a healthier place. This commitment includes providing vital housing, health, wellness, and human services to those for whom access to care/services is difficult. Towards this end, House of Mercy offers substance-related/addictive disorders treatment and mental health programs to individuals and families in need of these critical services and supports. The primary goal is to exceed client expectations while helping them to create a healthy lifestyle and sense of personal self-worth and well-being.
New Life Outpatient Center Inc
Location: Davenport, IA - 52807
Contact Phone: (563) 355-0055
Website: http://www.newlifeopc.com/
Description: New Life has been in existence since August of 1991. We are a team of professionals with extensive experience who are committed to providing confidential, personalized, sensitive and effective professional services through programs of intervention, recovery care for adults and adolescents, and educational courses for OWI/DUI offenders. In order to carry out our mission at New Life Outpatient Center of providing a continuum of comprehensive treatment and related services for all people experiencing problems with alcohol and other drug use, we will adhere to the following values:
Area Substance Abuse Council - King House
Location: Clinton, IA - 52732
Contact Phone: (563) 242-6805
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. Residing in a safe and substance-free environment is an important step in the recovery process. ASAC provides the opportunity to ease slowly back into your normal environment while continuing to learn how to make better choices. Our halfway house programs provide transitional living options for people who have successfully completed a residential treatment program and are homeless or do not have a living situation conducive for recovery. Individuals are given time to find housing and obtain a job or become enrolled in school. Clients living in halfway houses can receive group and individual counseling, family counseling and other support services that provide a safe place to continue recovery. This is a transitional housing program with at least 5 – 10 hours of substance abuse treatment. The length depends on personal need and an individual’s treatment plan. Families are invited to attend group counseling sessions as they are available. Individuals living in halfway houses are welcome to spend time with their families while staying in one of the halfway homes. After a stay in one of our halfway houses, ASAC provides additional support and recovery services including outpatient and after care services.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital - Behavioral Health
Location: Council Bluffs, IA - 51503
Contact Phone: (712) 396-7703
Website: http://www.bestcare.org
Description: Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety or other mental health issues, our team of professionals are here to help. Inpatient Behavioral Health Services at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital is designed to help people who are experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (lucas County)
Location: Chariton, IA - 50049
Contact Phone: (641) 774-8279
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
New Opportunities Inc. Behavioral Services
Location: Jefferson, IA - 50129
Contact Phone: (515) 386-4795
Website: http://www.newopp.org/
Description: New Opportunities Behavioral Health Services is a private, non-profit organization funded by state, county and city dollars. New Opportunities also receives funding from United Way of Carroll, Community Chest, and other private sources. New Opportunities is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion. For over 30 years, we have served the community in providing quality, confidential care addressing substance abuse issues. Through the years we have helped countless individuals change their lives and the lives of those they love by becoming drug and alcohol free. Through various services offered we help facilitate a change process within individuals. It is our belief that addiction is a treatable disease. We provide a holistic, practical recovery - oriented system to meet the varying needs of each individual.
Manning Regional Healthcare Center - Manning Family Recovery Center
Location: Manning, IA - 51455
Contact Phone: (712) 655-2300
Website: http://www.mrhcia.com
Description: The Manning Family Recovery Center (MFRC) at the Manning Regional Healthcare Center was established in December 1982. The Recovery Center’s mission is to provide safe, efficient, and effective chemical dependency treatment to chemically dependent individuals and their families across the Midwest. Treatment is provided by a caring, empathetic staff who believes your life can change with treatment - and we can help! Over the years the Recovery Center’s capability to provide service has grown to include detoxification, residential and outpatient chemical dependency treatment, co-dependency treatment and OWI evaluation/education.
Center For Alcohol And Drug Services
Location: Bettendorf, IA - 52722
Contact Phone: (563) 332-8974
Website: http://www.cads-ia.com
Description: On January, 25, 1980, a combined board leadership held its first official meeting of the newly formed Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. That was the beginning of a distinguished history combining efforts and shared success of multiple professionals and individuals dedicated to the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance abuse in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities. The organization is affectionately known as “CADS,” an acronym that implies familiarity without further explanation. In 2006, CADS was awarded a three (3) year accreditation from the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This is the highest level of accreditation that CARF awards to an organization. This is a tangible demonstration of the quality of services and programs provided by CADS and its conformance to the standards of excellence established by the commission. CADS is a multi-modality bi-state program licensed by the Department of Public Health in the State of Iowa and the Department of Human Services, Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, in the State of Illinois. CADS celebrates their history, relevance, and the contributions of staff and board members to a broad base of constituencies. The organization has more than two decades of experience in the field of substance abuse, quality facilities, and a well-organized management structure. CADS oversees funding from multiple private and public sources, and a host of collaborative initiatives in the Quad Cities area and the states of Iowa and Illinois. CADS is dedicated to the prevention, education, and treatment of addictions, substance abuse, and other disorders related to the harmful use of alcohol and drugs. We treat the addict, the abuser, and their family and friends.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Waukee
Location: Waukee, IA - 50263
Contact Phone: (515) 987-0510
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Women And Childrens Center
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51103
Contact Phone: (712) 258-4578
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. The Women and Children's Center specializes in providing inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment to pregnant women and women with children. This program is unique in that children attend treatment with their mother so the family can recover together.
Powell Chemical Dependency Center
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50315
Contact Phone: (515) 263-2424
Website: http://www.unitypoint.org/desmoines/
Description: Substance abuse comes in various forms including alcoholism, prescription addiction and the habitual use of cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, hallucinogens and other illegal mood altering drugs. Since 1973 Central Iowa has come to depend upon the quality, confidential care given at Powell Chemical Dependency Center. Our dedicated staff of professionals continues to lead the field in providing substance abuse services to individuals and their families. One step, one day at a time, we help those who suffer from addiction by facilitating change so they can reclaim their lives. Because addiction is a treatable disease, our treatment program has helped countless individuals change their lives, and the lives of those they love by becoming alcohol and drug free. Powell Chemical Dependency Center provides hope for the chemically dependent. It is possible to live life substance free. Treatment and recovery from alcohol and drug abuse can begin at Powell Chemical Dependency Center. Since opening in 1973, Powell CDC has treated over 30,000 patients for alcoholism and addiction. Powell Chemical Dependency Center, located at Iowa Lutheran Hospital, in Des Moines, IA, is a safe and supportive setting where individuals can face their drug and alcohol abuse and learn to recover. We allow individuals to work with their families and significant others to rebuild their lives and the lives of others affected by the uncertainty, pain, loss, helplessness and fear created by drug abuse. Powell CDC provides the highest quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment services in central Iowa. Our dedicated staff of professionals continues to lead the field in providing alcohol and drug addiction services to individuals and their family members. Our highly trained staff includes certified addiction counselors, masters and doctoral level clinicians, advanced addiction counselors and thoroughly qualified nurses and technicians. From our counselors to our award-winning medical director, the professional staff of Powell CDC is specially trained, capable, and ready to help.
Zion Recovery Services Inc.
Location: Atlantic, IA - 50022
Contact Phone: (712) 243-5091
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Sasc, Inc. - Manchester
Location: Manchester, IA - 52057
Contact Phone: (563) 927-5112
Website: http://www.sasc-dbq.org/
Description: The SASC corporate office is located in the beautiful Mississippi River valley in Dubuque, Iowa. Since 1975, SASC has been providing services for individuals and families in the tri-state area. Additional offices are located in Manchester, Iowa and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. SASC is a not-for-profit agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of citizens of the Iowa counties it serves. SASC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health as a Substance Abuse and Problem Gambling Treatment Program. Our Mission: To provide quality counseling, education, and support services to address alcohol, drug, and gambling concerns while promoting physical and mental wellness. Our Vision: We will work together everyday with integrity and compassion to provide a comprehensive recovery-oriented system of care and to be recognized as a provider of choice.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Anamosa Office
Location: Anamosa, IA - 52205
Contact Phone: (319) 462-4327
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Fort Dodge, IA - 50501
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Perry
Location: Perry, IA - 50220
Contact Phone: (515) 465-9310
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Youth Recovery House
Location: Ames, IA - 50010
Contact Phone: (515) 233-4930
Website: http://www.yss.ames.ia.us/
Description: Youth Recovery House is a 15-bed residential treatment program. It is a highly structured gender-responsive environment promoting abstinence as the only true path to recovery. The program also recognizes that co-occuring mental health problems often accompany substance use and abuse. We measure client success both at discharge and in follow-ups done six months after completing the program. Over the past several years, nearly 70% of our clients made significant progress during treatment and were discharged as either successful or partially-successful. We find that most clients make significant progress in many areas including staying substance-free, improving mental health, employment, schoolwork achievement, avoiding hospitalizations and illegal activity, and improving family relationships.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Webster City, IA - 50595
Contact Phone: (515) 832-5432
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Broadlawns Medical Center - Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50314
Contact Phone: (515) 282-6610
Website: http://www.broadlawns.org
Description: Broadlawns Medical Center is a resource for individuals seeking treatment services for substance related addictive disorders. Outpatient treatment includes the following services: individual counseling, group counseling, educational programming, and referral resources. Our emphasis is in providing treatment for those who have a mental illness as well as substance abuse (ie: co-occurring) related needs.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - River Hills Recovery Center
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51103
Contact Phone: (712) 202-0777
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. River Hills Recovery Center is a specialty outpatient program of Jackson Recovery Centers. We have an array of treatment programs for professionals and their families struggling with addiction such as: Drug and alcohol addiction; Mental health disorders; Problem gambling; Behavioral addictions such as compulsive spending, sex, and the internet; Treatment for eating disorders; Children's mental health services for children ages 5-12 with behavioral, emotional, or psychological problems
University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics - Chemical Dependency Program
Location: Iowa City, IA - 52242
Contact Phone: (319) 384-8765
Website: http://www.uihealthcare.org/substanceusedisorders/
Description: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is dedicated to offering care and hope to all substance abusing patients; meeting the special needs of dual diagnosis patients; and providing resources to other clinical departments, the general university community, and the state of Iowa. Our integrated, multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, substance abuse counselors, substance abuse social workers, occupational therapists, and recreational therapists work together to provide the most flexible and complete care for patients with substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Our programs combine professional care and self-help approaches with an emphasis on abstinence, family participation, relapse prevention, and health promotion.
Substance Abuse Services Center Inc
Location: Dubuque, IA - 52001
Contact Phone: (563) 582-3784
Website: http://www.sasc-dbq.org
Description: The SASC corporate office is located in the beautiful Mississippi River valley in Dubuque, Iowa. Since 1975, SASC has been providing services for individuals and families in the tri-state area. Additional offices are located in Manchester, Iowa and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. SASC is a not-for-profit agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of citizens of the Iowa counties it serves. SASC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health as a Substance Abuse and Problem Gambling Treatment Program. Our Mission: To provide quality counseling, education, and support services to address alcohol, drug, and gambling concerns while promoting physical and mental wellness. Our Vision: We will work together everyday with integrity and compassion to provide a comprehensive recovery-oriented system of care and to be recognized as a provider of choice.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (monroe County)
Location: Albia, IA - 52531
Contact Phone: (641) 932-5960
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
United Community Services - Ankeny Office
Location: Ankeny, IA - 50021
Contact Phone: (515) 280-3860
Website: http://www.ucsonline.org/
Description: United Community Services (UCS) is an Iowa-based non-profit corporation and is licensed by the State of Iowa to provide substance abuse treatment services. The current organization was incorporated on November 11, 1997. UCS is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and the day-to-day operations are managed by the Executive Director. The mission of UCS is to provide quality care in a recovery focused system. Our vision is to provide care in partnership with persons served and in collaboration with the community to improve health and quality of life. Individuals served are the cornerstone of our business and clinical standards. Our relationship with them must be built upon honesty, credibility, professionalism, and mutual respect. Our motto is: Recovery Begins with Hope. Over the past three years, UCS has treated approximately 2,400 individuals for addiction. Services provided include: assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapies and medication assisted treatment. Our staff is comprised of certified addiction counselors, three pharmacists and one physician who all work together to use various best practices and philosophies to tailor an effective plan for each individual client, as well as, family members in certain cases. Aftercare services are provided along with community resource referrals. Case management services provide financial, job, health and housing resources to clients. The Ankeny office of United Community Services offers outpatient individual and group therapy services and mental health counseling. Conveniently located in the Neveln Center Building, clients will have access to other services they may need as they work through recovery.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (keokuk County)
Location: Sigourney, IA - 52591
Contact Phone: (641) 622-3410
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Mount Pleasant Mental Health Institute - Iowa Residential Treatment Center
Location: Mount Pleasant, IA - 52641
Contact Phone: (319) 385-7231
Website: https://dhs.iowa.gov/mhds/mental-health/in-patient/mental-health-institutes/mtpleasant
Description: The Mount Pleasant Mental Health Institute provides active inpatient treatment to adults through the following programs: Center for Psychiatric Care (Adult Psychiatric); Iowa Residential Treatment Center: IRTC (Substance Abuse); Dual Diagnosis Program (Psychiatric & Substance Abuse). The facility is operated by the Iowa Department of Human Services, under the directorship of Charles M. Palmer and under the leadership of Richard Shults, Administrator, Division of Mental Health and Disability Services. The facility's superintendent is Ron Mullen. The Center for Psychiatric Care's team is headed by a psychiatrist and includes a psychologist, nurse, social worker, activity therapist, and residential treatment worker. Both the Iowa Residential Treatment Center and the Dual Diagnosis Program are headed by a treatment services director and includes drug abuse counselors, psychologists, nurses, activities specialists, social workers, and residential treatment workers. Other disciplines may be included depending upon the individual's needs. Iowa Residential Treatment Center: Voluntary admissions must be pre-screened by a licensed substance abuse agency, which then makes the referral. The agency can either be in the community or it could be a hospital that has a Chemical Dependency Department whose counselor conducts the pre-screening. Involuntary admissions may be referred from the court, the Magistrate/Referee, the individual's attorney, or a hospital where the individual has been for detoxification or a 5-day custody hold.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Adult Outpatient/prevention
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51101
Contact Phone: (712) 234-2300
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. Jackson Recovery Centers' Adult Outpatient program specializes in providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adult men and women and their families. Jackson offers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. Our highly-trained staff strives to bring love and hope to adults and their families who are affected by addiction. We have developed a treatment model where patients mentor, care, help and teach each other lifelong skills centered on recovery. Outpatient treatment is provided in several surrounding counties as well as our Downtown Sioux City location. We offer services during the day and in the evenings so that patients can meet career or school obligations. We believe that addiction is a disease that affects the entire family, so we encourage family members to be involved in the entire treatment process. We can help build healthy family relationships and the entire family can recover together. Assistance to concerned persons and family members is available even if the addict is unwilling to be involved in treatment. Prevention provides communities, schools, families and coalitions with the skills and resources to stop alcohol, tobacco and other drug problems before they start.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Hull, IA - 51239
Contact Phone: (712) 439-1170
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Rock Rapids, IA - 51246
Contact Phone: (712) 472-3442
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Storm Lake, IA - 50588
Contact Phone: (712) 732-5136
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Emmetsburg, IA - 50536
Contact Phone: (712) 852-3471
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism And Drug Treatment Unit Inc
Location: Spencer, IA - 51301
Contact Phone: (712) 262-2952
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Estherville, IA - 51334
Contact Phone: (712) 362-2252
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Sheldon, IA - 51201
Contact Phone: (712) 324-2196
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc.
Location: Spirit Lake, IA - 51360
Contact Phone: (712) 336-5281
Website: http://www.compass-pointe.org/
Description: Compass Pointe formally known as Northwest Iowa Alcoholism & Drug Treatment Unit, Inc. has been providing substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Northwest Iowa since 1969. Prevention services have been offered since 1982. From a one room office in Spencer, Iowa, we have expanded to nine offices covering the counties of Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sioux, and Kossuth.
New Opportunities Inc. Behavioral Services
Location: Sac City, IA - 50583
Contact Phone: (712) 662-7921
Website: http://www.newopp.org/
Description: New Opportunities Behavioral Health Services is a private, non-profit organization funded by state, county and city dollars. New Opportunities also receives funding from United Way of Carroll, Community Chest, and other private sources. New Opportunities is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion. For over 30 years, we have served the community in providing quality, confidential care addressing substance abuse issues. Through the years we have helped countless individuals change their lives and the lives of those they love by becoming drug and alcohol free. Through various services offered we help facilitate a change process within individuals. It is our belief that addiction is a treatable disease. We provide a holistic, practical recovery - oriented system to meet the varying needs of each individual.
House Of Mercy
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50314
Contact Phone: (515) 643-6500
Website: http://www.houseofmercydesmoines.org/
Description: House of Mercy is dedicated to making the community a healthier place. This commitment includes providing vital housing, health, wellness, and human services to those for whom access to care/services is difficult. Towards this end, House of Mercy offers substance-related/addictive disorders treatment and mental health programs to individuals and families in need of these critical services and supports. The primary goal is to exceed client expectations while helping them to create a healthy lifestyle and sense of personal self-worth and well-being.
Center For Alcohol And Drug Services - Fairmount
Location: Davenport, IA - 52802
Contact Phone: (563) 322-2667
Website: http://www.cads-ia.com
Description: On January, 25, 1980, a combined board leadership held its first official meeting of the newly formed Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. That was the beginning of a distinguished history combining efforts and shared success of multiple professionals and individuals dedicated to the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance abuse in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities. The organization is affectionately known as “CADS,” an acronym that implies familiarity without further explanation. Evaluation: Staff assess individual substance use and make recommendations regarding the appropriate diagnostic impression and level of treatment, if any, required to meet the individual needs. Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient Services include both intensive and extended levels of care. Both levels of care provide individual, group, and family counseling. Length of stay varies according to individual needs. Continuing Care: This is an extended program with on-going support for adults who complete a primary treatment program. Women’s Services: The Women and Children’s Services program provides ancillary and supportive services designed to guide and empower recovering women and their children.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Boone, IA - 50036
Contact Phone: (515) 433-0369
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Heartland Family Service - H. Lee Gendler Center
Location: Council Bluffs, IA - 51503
Contact Phone: (712) 322-1407
Website: http://heartlandfamilyservice.org/
Description: Heartland Family Service is a nonprofit, non-sectarian counseling agency, founded in 1875. The mission of the agency is to strengthen the lives of individuals and families in our community through education, counseling and support services.
Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services - Charles City Office
Location: Charles City, IA - 50616
Contact Phone: (641) 228-1477
Website: http://www.prairieridge.net/
Description: Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing quality addiction treatment and prevention services to individuals and families throughout the Midwest. Since our founding in 1969, the foundation of our care is dignity and respect for those we serve. Our services are organized around individualized assessments in partnership with our customers to best meet the needs and wants of those seeking our services. A full range of evidence-based prevention and treatment options are available at multiple levels of care. We strive for innovation and effectiveness in all we do.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc
Location: Independence, IA - 50644
Contact Phone: (319) 334-6163
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school.
Community And Family Resources - Stars Adolescent Program
Location: Fort Dodge, IA - 50501
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes. The Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescent Recovery and Success (STARS) program offers several individualized treatment options for adolescents and their families. A counselor meets with the client to determine the appropriate program intensity, treatment schedule, and expected length of treatment. Treatment topics include: substance abuse treatment, emotional health, group exercises/activities, role playing, relationship building, and learning the recovery skills necessary to implement and maintain a recovery-based lifestyle. Typically the residential portion of treatment lasts from 30-90 days and the outpatient group portion of treatment lasts 10-16 weeks and may be followed by aftercare. Adolescents are encouraged to attend 12 step meetings to further support their early recovery and help develop a sobriety-based support network. Inpatient Treatment: Adolescents participate in 50+ hours of programming each week. Intensive Outpatient with Room: Adolescents participate in 20 or more hours of programming each week. Normal length of stay varies, but can last longer than 90 days. While in treatment, the adolescent’s counselor will schedule individual and/or family sessions to review the adolescent’s and family’s progress in treatment, update/revise treatment plans, discuss discharge planning, answer questions, and discuss family concerns and/or referral options.
Alcohol And Drug Dependency Services Of Southeast Iowa
Location: Burlington, IA - 52601
Contact Phone: (319) 753-6567
Website: http://www.addsiowa.org
Description: The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Greenfield
Location: Greenfield, IA - 50849
Contact Phone: (641) 743-2439
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (jefferson County)
Location: Fairfield, IA - 52556
Contact Phone: (641) 472-5834
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Heartland Family Service - Glenwood Office
Location: Glenwood, IA - 51534
Contact Phone: (712) 527-2177
Website: http://heartlandfamilyservice.org/
Description: Heartland Family Service is a nonprofit, non-sectarian counseling agency, founded in 1875. The mission of the agency is to strengthen the lives of individuals and families in our community through education, counseling and support services.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc
Location: Waterloo, IA - 50701
Contact Phone: (319) 235-6571
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school. For clients in need of more intense and structured treatment services, Pathways offers residential treatment. Pathways' residential 24-hour treatment program is an 18-bed, male/female unit that serves clients 18 and older. Before a client is admitted to this residential care level, a comprehensive assessment and plan of care is developed. Each client is evaluated using an assessment instrument developed by the American Society of Addictive Medicine (ASAM). Pathways' prevention services aim to prevent the underage use, or abuse, of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs. Pathways offers a variety of programs and activities to assist communities, schools, workplaces, and organizations address substance abuse issues.
Bernie Lorenz Recovery Inc
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50311
Contact Phone: (515) 255-3373
Website: http://www.bernielorenzrecovery.org
Description: Bernie Lorenz Recovery (BLR) is the only program of its kind serving women in Central Iowa who are in recovery. It operates as an integral but independent program of MECCA providing residential treatment and case management services within a half-way house setting. Over the past 19 years, BLR has served more than 1,400 women in the Des Moines area. There is no cure, there is no guarantee, but there is hope. Through the program offered at Bernie Lorenz Recovery, women have the opportunity to recover from the devastating effects of alcoholism and drug addiction.
New Opportunities Inc. Behavioral Services
Location: Guthrie Center, IA - 50115
Contact Phone: (641) 747-3354
Website: http://www.newopp.org/
Description: New Opportunities Behavioral Health Services is a private, non-profit organization funded by state, county and city dollars. New Opportunities also receives funding from United Way of Carroll, Community Chest, and other private sources. New Opportunities is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion. For over 30 years, we have served the community in providing quality, confidential care addressing substance abuse issues. Through the years we have helped countless individuals change their lives and the lives of those they love by becoming drug and alcohol free. Through various services offered we help facilitate a change process within individuals. It is our belief that addiction is a treatable disease. We provide a holistic, practical recovery - oriented system to meet the varying needs of each individual.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Clarinda
Location: Clarinda, IA - 51632
Contact Phone: (712) 542-4481
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Woodlands Treatment Center
Location: Burlington, IA - 52601
Contact Phone: (319) 753-0700
Website: http://www.younghouse.org/wtc.htm
Description: The Woodlands Treatment Center provides treatment services for at-risk adolescents and their families. These adolescents have experienced delinquent, behavioral, or emotional problems, which require a structured treatment environment. We have responded to this need by providing multiple treatment services within the same facility. All of these programs are designed to accommodate the needs of both male and female clients ages 11-17. The facility is located in a rural setting on five acres of land South of Burlington. Comprehensive level of 24-hour care. There is a structured daily program from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM. Our residential program has bed space for 28 residents. Residents attend school on-campus, and the educational program will accommodate clients with special educational needs. Psychiatric services, including medication management, are provided on-site. All other medical needs are met through service providers within the community. The treatment needs of our clients may include mental health issues, substance abuse, grief issues, behavior disorders, and sexual and physical abuse issues. Treatment services include intensive skill development to teach clients skills such as anger management, coping skills, social skills, etc., as well as individual, family and group therapy. Residents are referred to the Residential Program by a DHS Social Worker or a Juvenile Court Officer. ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM (ASAP): Inpatient Treatment services are provided through Woodlands Treatment Center, which has served adolescents with substance abuse needs since 1976. We utilize a treatment model which builds upon the 12 Step programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. All services are based on American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and Iowa Placement Plan criteria. All Substance Abuse Treatment Services are provided by Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors (CADC).
Seven 12 House
Location: Ames, IA - 50010
Contact Phone: (515) 233-5048
Website: http://www.yss.ames.ia.us/
Description: Seven-12 House is a 15-bed residential treatment program. It is a highly structured, gender-responsive environment promoting abstinence as the only true path to recovery. The program also recognizes that co-occuring mental health problems often accompany substance use and abuse. We measure client success both at discharge and in follow-ups done six months after completing the program. Over the past several years, nearly 70% of our clients made significant progress during treatment and were discharged as either successful or partially-successful. We find that most clients make significant progress in many areas including staying substance-free, improving mental health, employment, schoolwork achievement, avoiding hospitalizations and illegal activity, and improving family relationships.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Synergy Center (adult Inpatient) / Adult/adolescent Outpatient
Location: Cherokee, IA - 51012
Contact Phone: (712) 225-2441
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. Synergy Center is an inpatient treatment facility that specializes in drug and alcohol addiction treatment and co-occurring disorder treatment for adult men and women. Jackson Recovery Centers offers a variety of outpatient programs for men, women, adolescents, and families who suffering from an addiction. Our state-of-the art treatment programs are rooted in the 12-Steps.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (davis County)
Location: Bloomfield, IA - 52537
Contact Phone: (641) 664-3251
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Area Substance Abuse Council - East Office
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
Contact Phone: (319) 447-1921
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Heart Of Iowa
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
Contact Phone: (319) 390-4611
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. Heart of Iowa is a special treatment program specifically developed for pregnant women and women with children. The program is designed to help women overcome substance abuse issues through a variety of programs and services. Families entering this program are residents in individual apartments on the Heart of Iowa campus. This arrangement allows the family to live in a less institutional environment while still receiving the support and reinforcement needed for them to remain drug and alcohol free. Length of treatment averages 60 – 90 days but varies with each individual, depending on need. ASAC’s Heart of Iowa Halfway House program allows recovering women and their children time to stabilize their lives, seek housing, and transition back into the community. Clients must either work or attend school and receive at least 5 hours of substance abuse treatment per week. Heart of Iowa provides gender specific outpatient treatment for women. The program includes individual, group and family counseling. Heart of Iowa has on-site child care for newborns, toddlers and pre-schoolers while the moms attend treatment. The older children also receive after-school and summer programming. Early childhood educational assessments and mental health services are also held on campus. Literacy programming, tutoring and assistance with GED completion are provided to clients wishing to continue their education. Clients receive mental health screenings, assessments and counseling as needed. Family, domestic violence, and sexual abuse counseling are also available. Heart of Iowa residential and halfway house clients receive educational group sessions on topics such as budgeting, meal planning, nutrition, parenting, and leisure time activities. Referrals are made to community agencies for career planning and job seeking. Initial medical screenings are given to the clients and their children upon entering Heart of Iowa’s residential and halfway house programs. St. Luke’s Family Health provides a monthly on-site clinic for OB checks, gynecological exams, and care. Local clinics and hospitals provide any additional medical needs as required. The Heart of Iowa campus includes 36 apartments. Families live in supervised two and three bedroom fully furnished apartments. Pregnant women may share an apartment. There are free laundry facilities located next to the three 12-unit apartment buildings. During their initial stage of their stay, clients are transported to their outside appointments. As they progress through treatment, clients begin to use the city’s mass transportation system. A bus stop is located just outside the Heart of Iowa facility. School buses transport children to and from schools within the College Community School District.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Downtown Office
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
Contact Phone: (319) 247-4873
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services - Forest City Office
Location: Forest City, IA - 50436
Contact Phone: (641) 585-2060
Website: http://www.prairieridge.net/
Description: Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing quality addiction treatment and prevention services to individuals and families throughout the Midwest. Since our founding in 1969, the foundation of our care is dignity and respect for those we serve. Our services are organized around individualized assessments in partnership with our customers to best meet the needs and wants of those seeking our services. A full range of evidence-based prevention and treatment options are available at multiple levels of care. We strive for innovation and effectiveness in all we do.
Capstone Behavioral Healthcare
Location: Newton, IA - 50208
Contact Phone: (641) 792-4012
Website: http://www.capstonebh.com/
Description: The mission of Capstone Behavioral Healthcare is to promote mental health, and reduce the impairments associated with mental disorders, substance abuse, and chemical dependency by providing education, support, and treatment services.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Humboldt, IA - 50548
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Community And Family Resources
Location: Pocahontas, IA - 50574
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Mercy Medical Center Dubuque - Mercy Turning Point Treatment Center
Location: Dubuque, IA - 52001
Contact Phone: (563) 589-8290
Website: http://www.mercydubuque.com/
Description: Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders is available for those individuals who need both mental health/psychiatric services and substance abuse services. A treatment team headed by a board-certified psychiatrist is staffed by nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, and licensed counselors. Mercy Turning Point Treatment Center works with Mercy Psychiatric Services when inpatient detoxification and stabilization services are complete. Designed for both adults and adolescents, the center offers assistance to those experiencing legal, employment, school, family and/or medical problems related to substance abuse. Outpatient substance abuse treatment services are provided by a team of highly qualified personnel, with individualized services available both mornings and evenings.
Chi Health Behavioral Care
Location: Council Bluffs, IA - 51503
Contact Phone: (712) 328-2609
Website: http://www.chihealth.com/
Description: Alegent Creighton Health is now CHI Health, giving you more access to innovative care and technology as we create even better patient experiences and a healthier community. We're aligning ourselves with the best while working to give our patients the means to get healthy and stay healthy. We imagine better health and make it your reality. For more than three decades, CHI Health Behavioral Care has led the region in providing specialized psychiatric and chemical dependency services. Our programs and services are specially tailored to provide effective, individualized care.
Center For Alcohol And Drug Services - Country Oaks
Location: Davenport, IA - 52804
Contact Phone: (563) 326-1150
Website: http://www.cads-ia.com
Description: On January, 25, 1980, a combined board leadership held its first official meeting of the newly formed Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. That was the beginning of a distinguished history combining efforts and shared success of multiple professionals and individuals dedicated to the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance abuse in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities. The organization is affectionately known as “CADS,” an acronym that implies familiarity without further explanation. CADS Country Oaks Facility supports a Medically Monitored Detoxification unit. This unit has a twenty-four hour nursing staff on duty. Clients are seen daily by a physician to monitor the detoxification process. The Halfway House program is for individuals in need of ongoing placement due to either increased potential for continued use/relapse after primary substance abuse treatment. The Adult Residential Treatment program is designed for individuals who need more of a structured setting than outpatient treatment services can provide.
Lucas County Health Center
Location: Chariton, IA - 50049
Contact Phone: (641) 774-3370
Website: http://www.lchcia.com/
Description: LCHC Counseling Services offers outpatient substance abuse treatments, including intensive care (minimum of 9 hours weekly), extended care (up to 9 hours a week), and continuing care. These provide insight and information on various topics related to addiction treatment and recovery. Outpatient services are tailored to meet the needs of the individual and may include counseling sessions provided in an individual, group, or family setting. The frequency and amount of treatment depends upon individual need. Individuals completing treatment also get needed support to maintain recovery through continuing care.
Crossroads Behavioral Health Services - Osceola Office
Location: Osceola, IA - 50213
Contact Phone: (641) 342-4888
Website: http://crossroadscreston.com/
Description: Crossroads Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient mental health and substance use disorder recovery services. Life is complicated. From time to time, everyone experiences being overwhelmed by its events. Challenging family situations, relationship stress, job concerns, identity issues, and grief are just a few of the things that contribute to depression, anxiety, substance addiction, and other kinds of disorders. Crossroads Behavioral Health Services is here, for you or someone you know, to provide effective and affordable outpatient psychiatric care and mental health and substance use treatment. Our services at 8-locations are provided with priority to the residents of Adair, Adams, Clarke, Madison, Tayler and Union Counties. Accommodations are provided for those with disabilities or other barriers. All Services are provided by licensed providers.
Crossroads Behavioral Health Services - Creston Office
Location: Creston, IA - 50801
Contact Phone: (641) 782-8457
Website: http://crossroadscreston.com/
Description: Crossroads Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient mental health and substance use disorder recovery services. Life is complicated. From time to time, everyone experiences being overwhelmed by its events. Challenging family situations, relationship stress, job concerns, identity issues, and grief are just a few of the things that contribute to depression, anxiety, substance addiction, and other kinds of disorders. Crossroads Behavioral Health Services is here, for you or someone you know, to provide effective and affordable outpatient psychiatric care and mental health and substance use treatment. Our services at 8-locations are provided with priority to the residents of Adair, Adams, Clarke, Madison, Tayler and Union Counties. Accommodations are provided for those with disabilities or other barriers. All Services are provided by licensed providers.
United Community Services - Knoxville Office
Location: Knoxville, IA - 50138
Contact Phone: (641) 842-2717
Website: http://www.ucsonline.org/
Description: United Community Services (UCS) is an Iowa-based non-profit corporation and is licensed by the State of Iowa to provide substance abuse treatment services. The current organization was incorporated on November 11, 1997. UCS is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and the day-to-day operations are managed by the Executive Director. The mission of UCS is to provide quality care in a recovery focused system. Our vision is to provide care in partnership with persons served and in collaboration with the community to improve health and quality of life. Individuals served are the cornerstone of our business and clinical standards. Our relationship with them must be built upon honesty, credibility, professionalism, and mutual respect. Our motto is: Recovery Begins with Hope. Over the past three years, UCS has treated approximately 2,400 individuals for addiction. Services provided include: assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapies and medication assisted treatment. Our staff is comprised of certified addiction counselors, three pharmacists and one physician who all work together to use various best practices and philosophies to tailor an effective plan for each individual client, as well as, family members in certain cases. Aftercare services are provided along with community resource referrals. Case management services provide financial, job, health and housing resources to clients.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc - Chickasaw County
Location: Fredericksburg, IA - 50630
Contact Phone: (563) 237-5300
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc - Butler County
Location: Allison, IA - 50602
Contact Phone: (319) 267-2629
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc - Bremer County
Location: Waverly, IA - 50677
Contact Phone: (319) 352-2064
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school.
House Of Mercy - Newton Office
Location: Newton, IA - 50208
Contact Phone: (641) 792-0717
Website: http://www.houseofmercydesmoines.org/
Description: House of Mercy is dedicated to making the community a healthier place. This commitment includes providing vital housing, health, wellness, and human services to those for whom access to care/services is difficult. Towards this end, House of Mercy offers substance-related/addictive disorders treatment and mental health programs to individuals and families in need of these critical services and supports. The primary goal is to exceed client expectations while helping them to create a healthy lifestyle and sense of personal self-worth and well-being.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Onawa Office
Location: Onawa, IA - 51040
Contact Phone: (712) 423-9098
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. For adolescents who need outpatient care for their substance abuse, addiction, or co-occurring disorders, Jackson is a well-respected name in addiction treatment. We have over 30 years of experience working with adolescents, and offer a full-range of services - from teens who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol to those who are suffering from an addiction. We will work with you and the adolescent to determine which level of care is the most appropriate for them. Our outpatient programs are designed specifically to meet the individual needs of adolescents. Jackson Recovery Centers' Adult Outpatient program specializes in providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adult men and women and their families. Jackson offers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. Our highly-trained staff strives to bring love and hope to adults and their families who are affected by addiction. We have developed a treatment model where patients mentor, care, help and teach each other lifelong skills centered on recovery.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Denison Office
Location: Denison, IA - 51442
Contact Phone: (712) 263-5065
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. For adolescents who need outpatient care for their substance abuse, addiction, or co-occurring disorders, Jackson is a well-respected name in addiction treatment. We have over 30 years of experience working with adolescents, and offer a full-range of services - from teens who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol to those who are suffering from an addiction. We will work with you and the adolescent to determine which level of care is the most appropriate for them. Our outpatient programs are designed specifically to meet the individual needs of adolescents. Jackson Recovery Centers' Adult Outpatient program specializes in providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adult men and women and their families. Jackson offers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. Our highly-trained staff strives to bring love and hope to adults and their families who are affected by addiction. We have developed a treatment model where patients mentor, care, help and teach each other lifelong skills centered on recovery.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Child And Adolescent Center
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51104
Contact Phone: (712) 293-4912
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. Jackson Recovery Centers' Child and Adolescent Center is a trusted name in inpatient co-occurring addiction treatment for adolescents ages 12-18. We have over 35 years of experience helping teens and their families live a sober, fulfilling life of recovery. As one of the first of its kind, our inpatient program has assisted thousands of teenagers in overcoming their substance abuse, addiction, and mental health disorders.
Substance Abuse Treatment Unit Of Central Iowa (satuci) - Tama County
Location: Toledo, IA - 52342
Contact Phone: (641) 484-2222
Website: http://www.satuci.com/
Description: SATUCI is a non-profit, state-funded, community-based agency which has provided substance abuse prevention and treatment services to the residents of Marshall, Tama, Poweshiek and Hardin counties since 1980. SATUCI is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors. Counselors hold credentials in treating substance related disorders. Most counselors are alcohol and drug counselors certified by the Iowa Board of Certification. Other counselors are both substance related and mental health professionals.
Substance Abuse Treatment Unit Of Central Iowa (satuci) - Hardin County
Location: Eldora, IA - 50627
Contact Phone: (641) 939-7280
Website: http://www.satuci.com/
Description: SATUCI is a non-profit, state-funded, community-based agency which has provided substance abuse prevention and treatment services to the residents of Marshall, Tama, Poweshiek and Hardin counties since 1980. SATUCI is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors. Counselors hold credentials in treating substance related disorders. Most counselors are alcohol and drug counselors certified by the Iowa Board of Certification. Other counselors are both substance related and mental health professionals.
Community And Family Resources - Clarion
Location: Clarion, IA - 50525
Contact Phone: (515) 576-7261
Website: http://www.cfrhelps.org/
Description: Substance abuse and addictions can steal your life, children, family, friends, health, job, and respectability. Addictions damage your life emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Recovery is not an easy process, but there is help. "Community and Family Resources is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of drug, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling addictions." Addiction, like diabetes and heart disease, is preventable and treatable; Addictions are diseases that can ruin families. Community and Family Resources offers education, treatment, support, and encouragement needed to overcome addictions to drugs, alcohol, and gambling. We also offer education and workplace support for employer tobacco policy changes.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Residential/halfway House Services
Location: Clarinda, IA - 51632
Contact Phone: (712) 542-3720
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. Residential Services: The residential modality is to assist individuals and families in a safe, therapeutic living environment in which to learn more about their behavioral health related concerns, strategies for relapse prevention; interpersonal, social, and life skills necessary to form productive personal relationships, career/work/educational opportunities, and exposure to community based support systems. The goals are for the individual to establish long-term recovery beyond discharge from services through development and utilization of a comprehensive aftercare plan which can incorporate the emotional, physical, environmental, spiritual and financial wellbeing of the individual. Individuals engaged in the residential program modality have individualized treatment plans and/or case management plans that assist individuals in maintaining sobriety and developing self-supportive, independent lives, conducted within a minimum of 50 hours therapeutic individual/group/family counseling. Our residential treatment program, located in Clarinda, Iowa, is designed to promote abstinence from substance use and look at positive productive changes in the client's lifestyle, attitudes and values. The duration of participation at this level depends on the client's progress, but is generally a minimum of 28-45 days in this highly structured 24/7 environment. Counseling is performed individually and in small groups. Special attention is given to developing a relapse prevention strategy and aftercare plan individually tailored for each person's unique personality and circumstances. Halfway Housing: The program’s objective/goal is to provide individuals with further counseling and clinical monitoring to support successful integration into family, employment, sober peer network, and other community resources. Individuals continue to develop skills to assist in daily living accountability and personal responsibility through a minimum of five (5) hours of therapeutic individual, group and/or family counseling while remaining in a safe and structured living environment. The halfway housing program serves a minimum of 11 clients per year. The length of stay varies depending on personal needs, goals and objectives; however, has a minimum commitment of three (3) months to a maximum of six (6) months.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Shenandoah
Location: Shenandoah, IA - 51601
Contact Phone: (712) 246-4832
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Red Oak
Location: Red Oak, IA - 51566
Contact Phone: (712) 623-4801
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Zion Recovery Services Inc. - Adel
Location: Adel, IA - 50003
Contact Phone: (515) 993-5243
Website: http://www.zionrecovery.org/
Description: ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of clients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance abuse treatment throughout the agency. ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on client centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (mahaska County)
Location: Oskaloosa, IA - 52577
Contact Phone: (641) 673-8609
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (appanoose County)
Location: Centerville, IA - 52544
Contact Phone: (641) 856-3112
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Maquoketa Office
Location: Maquoketa, IA - 52060
Contact Phone: (563) 652-2215
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Vinton Office
Location: Vinton, IA - 52349
Contact Phone: (319) 472-2443
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Belle Plaine Office
Location: Belle Plaine, IA - 52208
Contact Phone: (319) 444-4309
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services - Algona Office
Location: Algona, IA - 50511
Contact Phone: (515) 295-5158
Website: http://www.prairieridge.net/
Description: Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing quality addiction treatment and prevention services to individuals and families throughout the Midwest. Since our founding in 1969, the foundation of our care is dignity and respect for those we serve. Our services are organized around individualized assessments in partnership with our customers to best meet the needs and wants of those seeking our services. A full range of evidence-based prevention and treatment options are available at multiple levels of care. We strive for innovation and effectiveness in all we do.
Mecca Services - Washington County Office
Location: Washington, IA - 52353
Contact Phone: (319) 653-7597
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com/
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
Mecca Services - Central Iowa Residential
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50317
Contact Phone: (515) 262-0349
Website: http://www.meccaservices.com/
Description: MECCA Services is a community-based, not-for-profit organization offering substance abuse prevention, early intervention, evaluation, detoxification, treatment and aftercare. These services are provided in the primary service area of Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Polk, Warren, and Washington Counties. MECCA does not discriminate in its practices on the basis of gender, age, race, religious or political affiliation, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability, marital status, nor sexual orientation. All services are completely confidential.
New Opportunities Inc. Behavioral Services
Location: Carroll, IA - 51401
Contact Phone: (712) 792-9266
Website: http://www.newopp.org/
Description: New Opportunities Behavioral Health Services is a private, non-profit organization funded by state, county and city dollars. New Opportunities also receives funding from United Way of Carroll, Community Chest, and other private sources. New Opportunities is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion. For over 30 years, we have served the community in providing quality, confidential care addressing substance abuse issues. Through the years we have helped countless individuals change their lives and the lives of those they love by becoming drug and alcohol free. Through various services offered we help facilitate a change process within individuals. It is our belief that addiction is a treatable disease. We provide a holistic, practical recovery - oriented system to meet the varying needs of each individual.
Mahaska Health Partnership - Behavioral Health Services
Location: Oskaloosa, IA - 52577
Contact Phone: (641) 672-3159
Website: http://www.mahaskahealth.org/
Description: Mahaska Health Partnership is committed to making healthcare personal through providing high quality services. We do this by offering an array of healthcare options including Behavioral Health Services. Many people with mental health problems or substance use concerns live in our community and lead productive lives. When help is needed, we are here to assist. Our behavioral health professionals are specially trained and licensed in the fields of mental health and substance use and utilize their expertise to evaluate, diagnose and treat these disorders. They work together to build on our clients’ strengths through a collaborative and respectful approach. Mental health problems are health conditions that may bring about changes in thinking, mood, and behavior. When these problems become more severe they are called mental illnesses which include anxiety disorders, ADHD, depression, schizophrenia and others. Substance use or abuse can include excessive drinking, using illegal drugs, taking prescription drugs without the advice or supervision of a physician, or taking excessive amounts of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. Our professionals can help individuals become aware of their drug using behavior and the effect it has on them and those around them. Goals include identifying the consequences of use and the changes needed to be successful with recovery. Treatment offers a good chance of recovery, especially with the involvement and support of family and loved ones. Treatment for mental health problems and substance use may include assessment, individual or group counseling, and medication evaluation and monitoring. We also provide Department of Transportation evaluations required when an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) citation is received.
Unitypoint Health Trinity Muscatine - New Horizons
Location: Muscatine, IA - 52761
Contact Phone: (563) 264-9409
Website: http://www.unitypoint.org/quadcities/
Description: The New Horizons staff is dedicated to improving the quality of life for our clients and their families by addressing chemical dependency issues in a confidential and caring manner through prevention, assessment, and comprehensive outpatient treatment services. New Horizons, a department of Trinity Muscatine, has been providing chemical dependency services in Muscatine since 1985. We have grown from one counselor to eleven full-time staff, which includes two prevention specialists.
Northeast Iowa Behavioral Health Center
Location: Decorah, IA - 52101
Contact Phone: (563) 382-3649
Website: http://www.neibh.org/
Description: Northeast Iowa Behavioral Health (NEIBH) is a state accredited and licensed public service agency that provides behavioral health services- mental health and substance use disorder services- to people of all ages.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Lemars Office
Location: Le Mars, IA - 51031
Contact Phone: (712) 546-7868
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. For adolescents who need outpatient care for their substance abuse, addiction, or co-occurring disorders, Jackson is a well-respected name in addiction treatment. We have over 30 years of experience working with adolescents, and offer a full-range of services - from teens who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol to those who are suffering from an addiction. We will work with you and the adolescent to determine which level of care is the most appropriate for them. Our outpatient programs are designed specifically to meet the individual needs of adolescents. Jackson Recovery Centers' Adult Outpatient program specializes in providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adult men and women and their families. Jackson offers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. Our highly-trained staff strives to bring love and hope to adults and their families who are affected by addiction. We have developed a treatment model where patients mentor, care, help and teach each other lifelong skills centered on recovery.
New Opportunities Inc. Behavioral Services
Location: Audubon, IA - 50025
Contact Phone: (712) 563-2777
Website: http://www.newopp.org/
Description: New Opportunities Behavioral Health Services is a private, non-profit organization funded by state, county and city dollars. New Opportunities also receives funding from United Way of Carroll, Community Chest, and other private sources. New Opportunities is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion. For over 30 years, we have served the community in providing quality, confidential care addressing substance abuse issues. Through the years we have helped countless individuals change their lives and the lives of those they love by becoming drug and alcohol free. Through various services offered we help facilitate a change process within individuals. It is our belief that addiction is a treatable disease. We provide a holistic, practical recovery - oriented system to meet the varying needs of each individual.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (wayne County)
Location: Corydon, IA - 50060
Contact Phone: (641) 872-2200
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Great River Medical Center - Riverview Center For Addiction Services
Location: West Burlington, IA - 52655
Contact Phone: (319) 768-3725
Website: https://www.greatrivermedical.org/
Description: Treatment for individuals and families suffering from the addictive behaviors of alcohol and other drug abuse is offered through Addiction Services. The center provides outpatient professional counseling, aftercare, intervention, OWI evaluations and educational treatment.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services (van Buren County)
Location: Keosauqua, IA - 52565
Contact Phone: (319) 293-3722
Website: http://www.sieda.org/
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Alcohol And Drug Dependency Services Of Southeast Iowa
Location: Wapello, IA - 52653
Contact Phone: (319) 523-8436
Website: http://www.addsiowa.org
Description: The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.
Alcohol And Drug Dependency Services Of Southeast Iowa
Location: Keokuk, IA - 52632
Contact Phone: (319) 524-4397
Website: http://www.addsiowa.org
Description: The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.
Cedar Valley Recovery Services, Inc. - Cedar Falls
Location: Cedar Falls, IA - 50613
Contact Phone: (319) 277-5808
Website: http://www.cvrsinc.com/
Description: Cedar Valley Recovery Services, Inc (CVRS) provides assessments, education and treatment options to individuals with substance abuse or substance dependence disorders. CVRS has two locations in Eastern Iowa, in Cedar Falls and in Marion.
Sieda Community Action - Behavioral Health And Treatment Services
Location: Ottumwa, IA - 52501
Contact Phone: (641) 683-6747
Website: http://www.sieda.org
Description: Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services’ mission is to reduce substance abuse and multi-occurring issues within the communities we serve by providing quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services that encompass all aspects of persons’ served life. Sieda's Substance Abuse Services program is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Behavioral Health and Treatment Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and evaluation services. Our programs begin with a thorough evaluation of the treatment needs of our clients followed by the development of a comprehensive treatment plan intended to address the specific concerns identified by the client. Aftercare and referral are also available. All contact with Sieda Behavioral Health and Treatment Services is strictly confidential. All client information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). No information will be released without the prior written consent of the individual.
Alcohol And Drug Dependency Services Of Southeast Iowa
Location: Mount Pleasant, IA - 52641
Contact Phone: (319) 385-2216
Website: http://www.addsiowa.org
Description: The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.
Area Substance Abuse Council - New Directions
Location: Clinton, IA - 52732
Contact Phone: (563) 243-2124
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.
Rients Assessment & Consultation Services, Inc.
Location: Ames, IA - 50010
Contact Phone: (515) 233-4476
Website: http://rientsassessment.tripod.com/
Description: Rients Assessment & Consultation Services, Inc. is a sole proprietorship owned and operated by Rick Rients. The corporation is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health to provide substance abuse assessments that meet the requirements of the Iowa Department of Transportation. Mr. Rients began his career in the substance abuse field in 1983. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services and Psychology from Upper Iowa University and holds a Master's Degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Osteopathic Medicine. His experience in the substance abuse field includes working with adolescents, adults, and the criminal justice population. He is certified by the Iowa Board of Substance Abuse Certification as an Advanced Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
Mercy Medical Center - Sedlacek Treatment Center
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
Contact Phone: (319) 398-6226
Website: http://www.mercycare.org/
Description: Chemical dependency is a progressive illness that will only get worse if left untreated. Seeking help means the beginning of recovery, and recovery can mean a new and healthy lifestyle. For more than 35 years, Mercy Medical Center's Sedlacek Treatment Center has served adolescents and adults within the community with alcohol and/or drug problems. No one has more experience or compassion than our staff at Sedlacek. At the Sedlacek Treatment Center, those fighting addiction can expect: The highest level of confidentiality; Small group sizes; Immediate access to services needed; Free family involvement. Sedlacek Treatment Center is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Unitypoint Health - St. Luke's Hospital Chemical Dependency Services
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
Contact Phone: (319) 363-4429
Website: http://www.unitypoint.org/cedarrapids/
Description: St. Luke's Chemical Dependency program offers a variety of treatment options for individuals suffering from chemical dependency and its effects.
Iowa City Va Health Care System - Substance Abuse Treatment Program (satp)
Location: Iowa City, IA - 52246
Contact Phone: (319) 338-0581
Website: http://www.iowacity.va.gov/
Description: Since 1952, the Iowa City VA Health Care System has been improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. We consider it our privelege to serve your health care needs in any way we can. Services are available to more than 184,000 veterans living in 50 counties in Eastern Iowa, Western Illinois and Northern Missouri.
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc
Location: Waterloo, IA - 50701
Contact Phone: (319) 232-5363
Website: http://www.pathwaysb.org/
Description: Pathways Behavioral Services is a nonprofit corporation licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and accredited by the Department of Human Services. Founded in 1967 to serve clients solely in Black Hawk County, Pathways today offers substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services to people in six northeast Iowa counties. With 128,012 residents, urban Black Hawk County is home to 50 percent more people than the combined populations of the five outlying, rural counties Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy. Outpatient Treatment: The least intensive level of care is outpatient counseling. It is recommended for the majority of our clients allowing the client to stay in their home and attend work or school.
Covenant Medical Center - Horizons
Location: Waterloo, IA - 50702
Contact Phone: (319) 272-2873
Website: http://www.wheatoniowa.org/locations/covenant-medical-center/
Description: Substance abuse is a serious disease. Through counseling and education, Horizons helps patients and their families learn the most important thing about substance abuse and addiction, how to recover. Today, pressure is felt from every side and coping is a daily struggle. Individuals may turn to alcohol or other drugs as a way to deal with, or escape, the problems of everyday life. All too often this solution creates more difficulties and can lead to the demise of health, family, financial security and self-esteem. Left untreated, the addictive power of alcohol and other drugs will become a destructive cycle affecting the chemically dependent individual and their loved ones. Horizons at Covenant Medical Center can help break this cycle. A wide variety of professionals works together to facilitate the treatment program for chemically dependent individuals and those who have been affected by a loved one’s addiction. Their coordinated approach addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual toll taken by substance abuse. Our team includes psychiatrists, physicians, counselors, registered nurses, chemical dependency technicians, recreational therapists and clergy.
Unitypoint Health - Allen Hospital
Location: Waterloo, IA - 50703
Contact Phone: (319) 235-3550
Website: http://www.unitypoint.org/waterloo/
Description: Allen Hospital is a 204-bed, not-for-profit community hospital serving the Cedar Valley. Allen is an affiliate hospital of UnityPoint Health, which cares for one of every three patients in Iowa.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Marienne Manor
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51104
Contact Phone: (712) 258-5424
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. Jackson Recovery Centers has two residential half-way houses: Grandview House for adult males and Marienne Manor for adult females. This experience provides a supportive environment to enhance one's recovery from addictions, to build meaningful relationships, and preserve hope for the future. These separate facilities are for those who have been affected by the disease of addiction and could benefit from short-term living in a semi-structured atmosphere. The residents gain outside employment and participate in therapy, as well as skill-building groups. The half-way house experience provides the environment to enhance one's recovery from addictions, by building meaningful relationships, and gaining awareness into one's own worth.
Jackson Recovery Centers Inc. - Grandview House
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51105
Contact Phone: (712) 258-4776
Website: http://www.jacksonrecovery.com
Description: Jackson Recovery Centers exists to create a recovery-centered Siouxland. Our mission is to save lives by promoting recovery and providing programmatic excellence. We provide prevention, education, intervention, and comprehensive treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and families suffering from addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. Jackson Recovery Centers has two residential half-way houses: Grandview House for adult males and Marienne Manor for adult females. This experience provides a supportive environment to enhance one's recovery from addictions, to build meaningful relationships, and preserve hope for the future. These separate facilities are for those who have been affected by the disease of addiction and could benefit from short-term living in a semi-structured atmosphere. The residents gain outside employment and participate in therapy, as well as skill-building groups. The half-way house experience provides the environment to enhance one's recovery from addictions, by building meaningful relationships, and gaining awareness into one's own worth.
Chemical Dependency Services Mercy Behavioral Care
Location: Sioux City, IA - 51101
Contact Phone: (712) 279-2438
Website: http://www.mercysiouxcity.com/chemical-dependency-services
Description: The Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient program provides evening treatment for adults, adolescents and their families who seek help for drug and alcohol abuse and associated problems. Evening hours allow an opportunity to achieve and maintain abstinence while continuing to fulfill work, family and personal obligations. Advanced certified alcohol and drug counselors provide treatment. All treatment is under physician supervision. Treatment includes active family involvement and is strongly based on the twelve-step recovery process. Our goal is to work with clients and their families to help them achieve and maintain a healthy and satisfying life without the use of mood altering substances.
United Community Services
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50310
Contact Phone: (515) 280-3860
Website: http://www.ucsonline.org/
Description: United Community Services (UCS) is an Iowa-based non-profit corporation and is licensed by the State of Iowa to provide substance abuse treatment services. The current organization was incorporated on November 11, 1997. UCS is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and the day-to-day operations are managed by the Executive Director. The mission of UCS is to provide quality care in a recovery focused system. Our vision is to provide care in partnership with persons served and in collaboration with the community to improve health and quality of life. Individuals served are the cornerstone of our business and clinical standards. Our relationship with them must be built upon honesty, credibility, professionalism, and mutual respect. Our motto is: Recovery Begins with Hope. Over the past three years, UCS has treated approximately 2,400 individuals for addiction. Services provided include: assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapies and medication assisted treatment. Our staff is comprised of certified addiction counselors, three pharmacists and one physician who all work together to use various best practices and philosophies to tailor an effective plan for each individual client, as well as, family members in certain cases. Aftercare services are provided along with community resource referrals. Case management services provide financial, job, health and housing resources to clients.
Mercy Medical Center Des Moines - First Step Recovery Center
Location: Des Moines, IA - 50310
Contact Phone: (515) 271-6075
Website: http://www.mercydesmoines.org
Description: The road to a successful recovery begins with Mercy First Step. Professionals at Mercy Behavioral Health and Mercy First Step work together to coordinate patient treatment, including social and psychological services, with medical care and can arrange for additional community resources, if needed. Personalized and confidential treatment options are available for people of all ages and do not require a referral from a family physician.
Area Substance Abuse Council - Dewitt Office
Location: Dewitt, IA - 52742
Contact Phone: (563) 659-5959
Website: http://asac.us/
Description: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) is a private nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Formed in 1962, ASAC is one of the most comprehensive substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies in the state of Iowa. Our service area primarily serves Linn, Benton, Jones, Jackson and Clinton counties as well as clients from across Iowa. ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Our mission is to provide accessible services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in East Central Iowa. Our services follow the continuum of care beginning with Prevention and Intervention moving through the various levels of Treatment.

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