Mental health/substance use residential treatment services (American Indian/Alaska Native only).
Outpatient mental health and substance use treatment.
Elders Program Tue-Thur for those 60 and older.
Transitional Housing for those who complete a residential substance use treatment program.
Substance abuse assessments.
Crisis intervention available 24/7.
Detoxification services help a person become alcohol or drug-free. Individuals are medically monitored for withdrawal and other complications which may occur following cessation of prolonged use of alcohol or drugs.
Adult intensive outpatient treatmen...
04/01/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
We want to confirm that Prelude Behavioral Services continues accepting referrals for outpatient and residential treatment services. Outpatient services are provided primarily via telehealth. Patients only need a phone number and we can provide them services.
NEW CONNECTIONS ADDICTION TREATMENT SERVICES serves adults who are affected by substance abuse. Provides medically safe withdrawal and assessment. Requests for adult chemically dependent civil commitments are done for Polk County residents.
Behavioral health includes short-term acute inpatient psychiatric treatment for individuals 18 years and older. Provides co-occurring treatment (dual diagnosis) for individuals with a substance abuse/chemical dependency problem who are also experiencing a psychiatric disorder.
ADULT FEMALE SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT RECOVERY HOUSING/PROJECT TOGETHER is a program for pregnant and/or parenting women and single women that require chemical dependency treatment and supportive services to overcome barriers to independence in a residential environment. Treatment levels of care include High Intensity Residential (III.5) and Low Int...
Long-term (6-9 months) residential substance use and mental health programs in Iowa and Nebraska for women with children. The program preserves and strengthens the mother-child attachment while providing housing, treatment, therapy, and support for the women and their children.
Adult Co-occurring Disorders Residential Treatment Program offers transitional housing and residential treatment for adults 19 and over with co-occurring severe and persistent mental illness and substance dependence. Services include individual, group, and family counseling; recreational therapy; case management; and psychiatric services. Expecte...
Co-occurring Residential Treatment designed to help individuals understand how their mental illness and addiction interact with each other. Average length of stay is 6-9 months.
Short-term, residential treatment for addiction, or co-occurring mental health and addiction issues, regardless of socioeconomic status. Expected stay is 45 days...
Adolescent inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorders services, crisis stabilization, PMIC
Residential treatment uses an intensive curriculum in which patients look into the affect their substance use or gambling disorder has had not only on their lives, but also on their family, friends, employer, and co-workers.
Heart of Iowa is a primary residential substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and women with children. The children live with their mothers as they undergo treatment and either attend school or participate in Heart of Iowa's day care program. Other supportive services include medical care, mental health counseling, parenting skill tra...