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Center for Behavioral Health – Iowa

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3811 North Harrison Street Suite 400, Davenport, Iowa, 52806
Online Reviews: A
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Center for Behavioral Health Iowa is a medication-assisted treatment facility that offers access to FDA-approved medications that treat withdrawal symptoms commonly associated with opioid addiction. They only work with adult men and women over the age of 18, providing prescriptions for methadone, Vivitrol, or Suboxone. The immediate goal of this program is to treat withdrawal symptoms that are uncomfortable or painful and might lead to a relapse. Once those symptoms are treated, the client is then able to participate in individual education through the Center for Behavioral Health or receive a referral to a different rehab facility that can provide more intensive, recovery-oriented programs. Clients do also have access to DUI evaluations here as well. Center for Behavioral Health Iowa accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and military insurance.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


St Gregory Recovery Center

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601 2nd Street, Bayard, Iowa, 50029
Online Reviews: B+
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Addiction treatment programs through St. George Recovery Center are faith-based and address the entire person as a whole. Their substance abuse program is called Virtuous Life, and each treatment touches on faith, hope, love, prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance. Clients will have access to family therapy, trigger avoidance, relapse prevention training, life skill development, individual therapy, and support groups. Clients will also have access to medical detoxification services as well as withdrawal management to make sure this process is as safe and supportive as possible. St. George Recovery Center does work with most health insurance providers, but they do not accept Medicare or Medicaid.

Levels of Care
Detox, IOP, MAT, Outpatient


Pathways Behavioral Services

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3362 University Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa, 50701
Online Reviews: B+
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Pathways Behavioral Services provides access to mental health services, substance abuse treatment programs, OWI services, prevention programs, general healthcare services, and medication assistance. Clinicians and other members of the treatment team at Pathways regard addiction as a progressive disease that, if left untreated, can lead to death. Because of this, each treatment program combines many different therapies that address the client’s body, mind, soul, and overall life. Most of the services that clients participate in take place in individual or group settings, allowing them to work closely with their clinician or peers in order to address certain aspects of recovery. Clients may also have access to medication management, group experiences, education, and emergency services. Pathways does accept several forms of payment including Medicaid, health insurance, and different forms of self-pay.

Levels of Care
Detox, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment, Sober Living

Editorial Note
Though Pathways Behavioral Services has fewer than 10 reviews, most of them are very detailed, have been left within the last year, and give insight into the programs and staff at this specific treatment facility.


UCS Healthcare

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1300 Woodland Avenue, West Des Moines, Iowa, 50265
Online Reviews: B
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UCS Healthcare is a non-profit medical and mental health organization that provides compassionate and diverse treatment teams, individualized programs, and services that work together to treat each client as a whole. Individuals seeking help for drug or alcohol addiction will participate in services such as individual and group therapy in order to pinpoint the cause of their substance use and determine which services will be most effective in treating them. These may include continuing care planning, relapse prevention training, different educational services, family therapy, medication assistance, peer recovery coaching, psychotherapy, medication management, and more. In order to remain as inclusive as possible, UCS Healthcare offers bilingual treatment services and programs that are specifically catered to individuals in the LGBTQ+ community. The cost of services depends on the individual person, the programs they participate in, and the length of the overall treatment, but UCS does accept payment options such as insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and self-pay based on a sliding fee scale.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient


Cedar Rapids Treatment Center

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5005 Bowling Street SW Suite C, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52404
Online Reviews: B
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Cedar Rapids Comprehensive Treatment Center is an outpatient MAT facility, offering help to adult men and women who are currently suffering from opioid dependence. This outpatient program gives access to medications such as methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, and buprenorphine, all of which are used to treat withdrawal symptoms and help increase a client’s motivation for change. Alongside those medications, clients will also participate in individual counseling and group therapy in order to work with their clinician and peers through a variety of issues. This helps to ease clients into a rehab program, and once completed, they can be referred to a recovery center that offers more personalized plans.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Rosecrance New Life Outpatient Center – Davenport

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2322 East Kimberly Road Paul Revere Square, Suite 200-N, Davenport, Iowa, 52807
Online Reviews: B
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Rosecrance New Life Outpatient Center in Davenport provides access to various outpatient services for adults, young adults, and adolescents in the state of Iowa who need help. Every service within these individualized programs is strengths-based, meaning that clinicians and their clients work together to determine what the person’s strengths are and how to use those in a positive and effective way for treating drug abuse or alcohol abuse. Some of the available recovery services include group therapy, individual therapy, different prevention programs, and aftercare support. Family members are also encouraged to participate in this process, allowing the individual to address all areas of their life while also giving their loved ones a chance to educate themselves and develop coping skills of their own.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient, PHP


University of Iowa

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200 Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, Iowa, 52242
Online Reviews: B
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The University of Iowa’s psychiatric department provides their clients with outpatient services, allowing them to fit their recovery into their outside responsibilities. The main emphasis of these programs is to provide all of their clients with certain skills and habits that help maintain abstinence long-term. Programs include relapse prevention training, family therapy, overall healthcare services, aftercare planning, individual therapy, group therapy, pharmacotherapy, coping skill development, and more. The goal is to address the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of their life in a way that remains stable long-term. The University of Iowa does also offers a professional track that allows individuals who are working to fit recovery into their schedule.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization


ADDS of Southeast Iowa

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1340 Mount Pleasant Street, Burlington, Iowa, 52601
Online Reviews: C
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ADDS of Southeast Iowa is a community-led treatment provider that works to provide Iowa residents with increased access to high-quality, supportive prevention, education, and treatment services. Their addiction treatment center addresses substance use disorders through a combination of evidence-based therapies and holistic treatment options. Every single client will begin their journey off with an evaluation to determine what their needs are and how best to treat them. Along with providing age-specific services that are appropriate for each individual, ADDS offers group counseling, individual therapy, relapse prevention training, peer recovery coaching, overdose prevention training, Naloxone education, and recovery management. This location does also offers a 60-day inpatient program that provides 24-hour supervision and helps clients who are dealing with several disorders and need a more comprehensive approach to treatment. ADDS of Southeast Iowa accepts many different forms of pay based on a sliding fee scale.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


Rosecrance – Jackson

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3500 West 4th Street, Sioux City, Iowa, 51103
Online Reviews: C
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Drug and alcohol treatment through Rosecrance Jackson is offered to both adults and adolescents. All of their services are grounded in 12-step traditions, combine different evidence-based therapies, and incorporate education for both the individual in treatment and their family members. Each drug treatment program is customized to the specific client but may include stabilization services, trauma therapy, individual or group counseling sessions, skill-building, recreational activities, therapeutic fitness, and more. Residents will live in gender-specific areas of the facility and work with their peers to establish healthy relationships, communication skills, and positive behaviors that can be used outside of treatment. Clients may also have access to medication assistance and aftercare services to ensure that they still have support following the end of their program.

Levels of Care
Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, PHP


Zion Integrated Behavioral Health Services – Adel

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2307 S Olive St, Adel, Iowa, 50022
Online Reviews: NA
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Zion Integrated emphasizes overall client wellness in each of their programs, making sure that they are not only treating the specific alcohol or drug use but that they are also preparing them for a lifelong journey of recovery. Each client plays an active role in designing their specific services, allowing them to voice their opinions and change their program to continue fitting their needs as they evolve throughout this process. Clients will begin with the standard assessment, but the services offered through Zion Integrated are unique and include biomedical services, refusal skill training, relapse prevention, social skill development, CBT, psychoeducation, group achievement, anger management classes, and restorative parenting. Clients will also be screened and educated on different diseases that can be transmitted due to drug use.

Levels of Care
Inpatient Treatment, IOP, Outpatient

Editorial Note
There were not enough reviews on Google for us to provide Zion Integrated with an unbiased score. We did choose to include them in this list because of their CARF accreditation.


Substance Abuse Treatment Unit of Central Iowa

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9 North 4th Avenue, Marshalltown, Iowa, 50158
Online Reviews: NA
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Substance Abuse Treatment Unit of Central Iowa (SATUCI) offers outpatient treatments, prevention programs, and resources for adults and adolescents in Iowa who are struggling with drug use. Every client begins with an assessment, allowing their clinician to determine which services are most beneficial. Clients will then participate in services such as group therapy, individual counseling, family therapy, and continuing care planning. Some of the groups that are available discuss gender-specific topics, early recovery strategies, DBT skills, relapse prevention, and possible underlying conditions. All fees are based on a sliding scale and are payable through insurance, Medicaid, or forms of self-pay.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient

Editorial Note
There were not enough Google reviews about SATUCI for us to give them a score, but they are accredited so we included them in our list. Reviews can be important, but it is not always the most reliable source if people aren’t leaving them.


Standards For Inclusion

Each addiction treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review score of 3/5 stars or better, (c) Robust substance abuse treatment programs.

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = 2 Stars

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Iowa Addiction Recovery Support

  • Healthiest State Initiative: This is a non-profit program that works to improve the overall mental health of Iowans. Their website provides a resource page that lists over a dozen mental health resources. These include resources for crisis situations, substance abuse, and a variety of other community and social services.

    Iowa Department of Human Services: This government website provides a very helpful resource page for crisis services across the state of Iowa. They list 10 different resources including crisis hotlines, mobile crisis response units, and several different crisis centers across the state.

    Your Life Iowa: This is a program of the Iowa Department of Public Health that works to provide mental health and substance abuse support and care to anyone in Iowa who is struggling. Their website provides a hotline, a text line, and a live chat option. They also provide detailed resource guides for a wide range of issues including alcohol, drugs, gambling, mental health issues, and suicidal thoughts.