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Below are 4 drug rehabilitation centers in Waterloo, IA.

Waterloo Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
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.

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