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Cirrus House

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1509 1st Avenue, Scottsbluff, Nebraska, 69361
Online Reviews: A
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Cirrus House is a strength-focused addiction treatment facility, meaning that they work with their clients to figure out how that person’s strengths can play an active role throughout the recovery process. These individualized outpatient programs are designed based on those strengths and how the strengths can treat the weaknesses. Through a combination of evidence-based therapies and trauma-informed care, the goal is to provide each client with the necessary coping mechanisms and life skills in order to lead a fulfilling, sober life. This model of treatment they follow is called the Clubhouse Model.

Levels of Care
Outpatient, PHP, Sober Living


Houses of Hope of Nebraska

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1124 North Cotner Boulevard, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68505
Online Reviews: A
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Houses of Hope provides a wide variety of treatment services to Nebraska residents who may be struggling with drug or alcohol addiction with possible mental health issues as well. Their treatment options include employment assistance, individual therapy, group therapies, skill development, 12-step programs, psychotherapy, case management, cognitive behavioral therapy, and community support. Houses of Hope strives to provide clients with coping skills and independent living skills as they help to transition them from residential care to sober living facilities that allow for more freedom.

Levels of Care
Sober Living, Residential Treatment


Arch O’Hanlon House

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1502 North 58th Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68104
Online Reviews: A
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This facility is a men’s only, non-profit inpatient drug rehab and hallway house. They work specifically with adult men over the age of 18 and can help up to 28 people at one time. The program consists of employment assistance, life skill development, individual therapy, group therapy, communication development, peer evaluations, educational groups, sports activities, peer-led group discussions, 12-step work, onsite and offsite 12-step meetings, financial management, community resources, and nutritional guidance. Though programs include some of the same treatments, they are designed to meed each client’s individual needs and recovery goals in an effective way. The facility has set weekly fees that will be discussed once the client speaks with the admissions team, but all treatment programs are intended to be affordable while still remaining as comprehensive and effective as possible.

Levels of Care
Inpatient Treatment, Sober Living


Omaha Treatment Center

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11215 John Galt Boulevard, Omaha, Nebraska, 68137
Online Reviews: A
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Omaha Treatment Center is a medicaiton-assisted treatment facility that provides various medications and therapies in order to address the pain, withdrawal symptoms, and cravings of men and women in the state of Nebraska who are suffering from opioid use disorders. Each of their available outpatient services is meant to address these symptoms and make it easier for the person to remain committed to treatment. They are primarily a methadone clinic, however, clients will also have access to individual therapy, group sessions, and family programs. Clients are encouraged to bring their family members to these sessions as it can help them better understand their loved ones’ addiction and how to help them outside of treatment.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Human Services

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419 West 25th Street, Alliance, Nebraska, 69301
Online Reviews: B+
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Each substance abuse treatment plan offered is trauma-informed and consists of holistic treatments, family-inclusive programs, relapse prevention skill training, community support, a 24-hour crisis line, and interventions as needed. Specific services will be determined by the assigned clinician, other treatment providers, and the client in order to ensure that they are treated as a whole and overall wellness is promoted. Though this specific rehab facility offers several levels of care, client’s may receive a referral to a different Nebraska drug rehab facility if they need detoxification services or specific programs Human Services does not offer.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


Sunrise Place

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1900 Vicki Ln, Norfolk, Nebraska, 68701
Online Reviews: B+
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Sunrise Place is part of the Behavioral Health Specialists network of drug treatment facilities. In order to address substance use disorders, clients will live in a healing environment with access to 24-hour care provided by addiction specialists and other medical professionals. Clients will participate in rehab programs that consist of individual therapy, group therapy, family programs, educational services, 12-step work, medical detox, relapse prevention education and training, relationship building, life skill development, and more. Sunrise Place accepts most major health insurances and Medicaid, however, they do not deny care to any client even if they are unable to pay for drug and alcohol treatment.

Levels of Care
Residential Treatment


Valley Hope of ONeill

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1421 North 10th Street, Oneill, Nebraska, 68763
Online Reviews: B
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In order to address drug abuse, alcohol abuse, and possible mental health problems, Valley Hope of O’Neill offers a combination of addiction education, relapse prevention techniques, evidence-based therapies, and holistic care to promote overall wellness and treat the client as a whole. Clients are also able to participate in medication assistance, milieu therapy, group therapy, individual counseling, spiritual guidance, pastoral sessions, 12-step meetings, various recreational activities, and aftercare planning. Valley Hope also offers virtual family programs so that loved ones can also be included in this recovery process.

Levels of Care
Detox, MAT, Residential Treatment


Bridge Behavioral Health

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721 K Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508
Online Reviews: B
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The residential program through Bridge Behavioral Health is for adult men over the age of 19, however, their medical withdrawal program is designed to help both men and women. The residential program lasts as long as the client needs, although can range anywhere from 30 days to 10 months. This program includes nutritional guidance, family programs, support groups, trauma-informed therapy, life skill development, medical care, and aftercare planning. The withdrawal program includes case management, various medications if needed, individual therapy, group therapy, and addiction education. Bridge Behavioral Health also provides onsite 12-step meetings, continuing care groups, and self-help groups for current clients and alumni.

Levels of Care
Residential Treatment


Hastings Regional Center

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4200 West 2nd Street, Hastings, Nebraska, 68901
Online Reviews: B
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Hastings Regional Center provides substance abuse treatment to boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 18. Clients typically stay for an average of 3-4 months, however, length of time is determined based on the client’s need and progression during their stay. Clients will have the chance to participate in treatment services such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, contingency management, medication assistance if needed for opioid addiction, brief strategic family therapy, and more. The best combination of these services will be determined and utilized throughout the client’s stay to ensure they receive the most effective services possible for their specific drug or alcohol abuse problems.

Levels of Care
MAT, Residential Treatment


Nebraska Medicine – Omaha

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4239 Farnam Street Ste 701, Omaha, Nebraska, 68131
Online Reviews: C+
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Though Nebraska Medicine is a general medical facility, they do offer treatment for substance abuse disorders that is comprehensive and individualized to the specific client. Clients work with addiction specialists and assigned clinicians to decide which areas of the individual need to be treated and how. One of the main components of treatment here includes medication. Through a series of evaluations and tests, the necessary medications for treatment will be determined and monitored throughout the program. Clients may also participate in various evidence-based therapies. Clients who need detoxification services or inpatient treatment will be referred to a different facility that better meets their needs.

Levels of Care
IOP


BAART Community Healthcare

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1941 South 42nd Street Suite 210, Omaha, Nebraska, 68105
Online Reviews: C+
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The BAART clinic in Omaha is a methadone treatment facility that works primarily with adult men and women who are suffering from the withdrawal symptoms of opioid use disorder. Along with that medication, clients also participate in group therapy, gender-specific support groups, individual therapy, case management, addiction education, relapse prevention skills, and more. This specific facility accepts Medicare, Medicaid, various types of health insurance, and financial aid options may also be available depending on the specific client, their financial situation, and level of need. Clients who participate in medication-assisted treatment programs typically must have completed detoxing prior to taking these medications, and if the individual needs ongoing treatment following MAT, they may be referred to an inpatient or intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization program that can help them longer term.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Lasting Hope Recovery Center

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415 S 25th Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska, 68131
Online Reviews: C
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Lasting Hope Recovery offers inpatient psychiatric care to both men and women. Each client has access to their own private living space and will participate in a customized program as well as prevention activities. Some available treatment services include evidence-based therapies, peer support, wellness recovery action plans, assessments, and 24-hour care. Clients will work with a team of psychiatric nurses and addiction specialists. These treatment teams will help the client determine what the best plans are how to best treat their substance use disorders.

Levels of Care
Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, PHP


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 2.6/5 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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