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Below are 3 drug rehabilitation centers in Clinton, IA.

Clinton Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.

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