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Cedar Rapids Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
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.
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 - 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.

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