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Davenport Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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

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