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Orchard Place

Des Moines, Iowa

Orchard Place

Des Moines, Iowa

Orchard Place is a behavioral health service provider for children and adolescents who are in need of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs. Each individual will work with a treatment team that consists of physicians, nurses, social workers, and mental health specialists in order to design a program that best fits their individual needs with the most effective and age-appropriate plan. Treatment options include education, different evaluations, psychiatric treatments, family therapy, interventions, anger management classes, skill development, and trauma therapy. The inpatient treatment program allows each individual to receive care while being supervised 24 hours a day. Orchard Place’s outpatient treatments are less restrictive and give each client time to participate in school while still receiving a certain number of hours of treatment each week.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders, mood disorders, ADHD, and psychotic disorders.


Levels of Care
Outpatient, Inpatient Treatment, Dual Diagnosis


YSS Family Counseling and Clinic is a recovery center for children, adolescents, and young adults who are in need of treatment for co-occurring disorders. They offer crisis stabilization services, residential programs, and prevention services for members of the community who may be in need of some help. Each program is gender-specific while also allowing the individual to continue their school work. Services include individual therapy, support groups, 12-step meetings, nutritional guidance, anger management classes, coping skill development, intensive family therapies, and access to various community services. Through these programs, clients are able to learn different skills such as positive and effective communication, conflict resolution, decision-making skills, and problem-solving. Some of the other evidence-based therapies available include trauma-informed CBT, EMDR, and multi-dimensional family therapy.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Residential Treatment


Sieda Behavioral Health is a non-profit organization that advocates for all of their clients and provides them with prevention programs and treatment plans that are customized to their individual needs and recovery goals. As a community-based organization, they work with residents all across the state of Iowa. Treatment teams through Sieda understand that alcohol and drug addiction are multi-faceted problems that require multi-faceted solutions. Clients will have access to individualized programs that may include addiction education, group therapies, medication assistance for opioid abuse, prevention programs, aftercare planning, and referrals to other programs if the client needs more specialized services that are available at a different facility.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Outpatient


Pathways Behavioral Services is a non-profit organization that continuously updates their outcome-driven programs based on the newest research. The overall goal is to make sure that clients are met where they’re at and are offered services that address their unique needs. Each drug and alcohol treatment plan works to address the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional aspects of the individual. Services include different forms of counseling, continuing care planning, family therapy, skill development, and various other activities. Adolescent clients do also have access to age-specific programs that discuss healthy relationships, relapse prevention, problem-solving, and more. Pathways Behavioral Services accepts different forms of health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid, however, clients will not be turned away based on their inability to pay.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.


Levels of Care
Detox, Dual Diagnosis, 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.


University of Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa

University of Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa

The psychiatry department through the University of Iowa offers treatments to clients of all ages for substance use disorders and any co-occurring behavioral health conditions that they are suffering from. Not only do they offer a long list of services, but they offer access to multidisciplinary treatment teams that consist of psychiatrists, recreational therapists, and addiction specialists to name a few. The University of Iowa offers mindfulness training, wellness programs, individual therapy, group therapy, relapse prevention, coping skill development, and referrals to inpatient drug and alcohol facilities if the client requires more intensive care. Clients may also be able to participate in electroconvulsive therapy or other forms of neurostimulation if their clinician determines that it is safe to do so. The University of Iowa bills clients like a hospital would and accepts forms of self-pay, insurance, Medicare, and may provide access to payment assistance programs.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and eating disorders, anxiety, and depression.


Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization


Abbey Addiction Treatment Center combines compassionate care with intensive therapies that have been researched and are proven to be effective with regard to addressing drug abuse or alcohol abuse. Evidence-based therapies through Abbey Addiction involve a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, process groups, cognitive behavioral therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing, gender-specific support, and 12-step facilitation. Continuing care is also a major component of treatment through Abbey Addiction. Clients will also participate in holistic treatments such as yoga, meditation, music therapy, and art therapy in order to learn positive coping mechanisms and habits that can be used for long-term sobriety. In order to make their program more affordable, Abbey Addiction has recently decreased their fees and currently accepts most forms of health insurance.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, trauma, PTSD, OCD, eating disorders, mood disorders, ADD, ADHD, and personality disorders.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient


Central Iowa Psychological Services provides dual diagnosis substance abuse and mental health services to adult men and women living in Iowa. Their programs include couples and family counseling, evaluations, medication assistance, addiction education services, individual therapy, and group therapy. Clients work with their specific treatment team through 12-step programs and other services, discussing topics such as relationships, communication, recovery skills, and relapse prevention. These treatment programs also include cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Family members are encouraged to participate in this processing as well. Central Iowa Psychological Services does accept some forms of insurance, but their fees are offered at a set price, and clients are required to be responsible for paying them.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, mood disorders, ADD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, OCD, and PTSD.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP


MercyOne Des Moines

Des Moines, Iowa

MercyOne Des Moines

Des Moines, Iowa

MercyOne Des Moines offers substance abuse treatment services through their behavioral health program which is called First Step Recovery. Each client is treated as a whole with services addressing the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects in their life that need to be altered in a way that promotes long-term recovery and sobriety. Treatment programs through MercyOne are individualized according to the needs and goals of the specific client and include group meetings, coping skill development, stress management, problem-solving, self-esteem improvement, communication skills, medication management, and education. They are a full-service healthcare facility as well, though, so clients do have access to other medical services that may be needed.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and ADHD.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, MAT, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization

Editorial Note
MercyOne’s behavioral health facility has fewer than 10 reviews on Google, which is often the case with medical facilities since there is more than one specialty/facility location. They are detailed for the most part, but none are from within the last year.


Area Substance Abuse Council

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Area Substance Abuse Council

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Area Substance Abuse Council is a non-profit agency that strives to increase access to comprehensive treatments that address addiction and any other mental health problems a client may be dealing with. Dual diagnosis treatment programs through this facility are entirely self-paced, allowing each person to lead the way through their program in a way that is comfortable and allows them enough time to heal. Clients will participate in group therapy with their peers, individual counseling, and family therapies that give loved ones a chance to engage in this process as well. Clients will work individually and in groups to address topics like stress or anger management, relationships, and communication. Medication-assisted treatments may also be offered to individuals who may be suffering from withdrawal symptoms that are often associated with alcohol, opioids, or benzos. Area Substance Abuse Council also has various prevention and recovery services to help the community prevent drug use and help individuals who are recovering from addiction.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.


Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


Choices Therapy Services

Indianola, Iowa

Choices Therapy Services

Indianola, Iowa

Choices Therapy Services gives each of their clients the chance to work side-by-side with a team of expert addiction and mental health clinicians in a wide range of different talk therapies that help them to develop coping skills and positive relationships. Treatments that are available for those dealing primarily with substance abuse include evaluations, individual therapy, group therapy, continuing care planning, and anger management classes. They do also offer different interventions and psychiatric therapies, but the overall method of treating any form of behavioral health condition is through individual and group counseling sessions held throughout the week. Choices Therapy Services works with many health insurance providers and accepts forms of self-pay.


What they treat:
Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression. They also provide mental health-specific services.


Levels of Care
MAT, IOP, Outpatient, Dual Diagnosis

Editorial Note
Choices Therapy Services did not have enough reviews on Google for us to provide them with an unbiased score. We did include them in this list for Iowa residents to provide variety and because of their accreditation through the Joint Commission.


Standards For Inclusion

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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In This Guide

  • Orchard Place, Sieda Behavioral Health, Abbey Addiction, and 7 other treatment centers.

  • Each treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services and CARF Accreditation (b) Composite online review scores of 3.3/5 stars or better, (c) Programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

  • Find trusted Iowa recovery resources including 2 crisis hotlines, 3 overdose prevention organizations, and 3 support groups.

  • For additional support check out our guide to the best drug rehab centers in Iowa.

Our Grading System

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

About Our Helpline

LiveAnotherDay.org’s helpline is a private and convenient solution for individuals seeking treatment for addiction or mental illness.

Calls to our helpline (all non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) will be answered by Recovery Advisors, American Addiction Centers, or one of our verified local treatment partners. Calls are routed based on geographic location.

Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. In some cases, Live Another Day charges our verified partner a modest cost per call, which helps us cover the costs of building and maintaining our website. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a visitor ultimately selects.

For more information on Live Another Day’s helpline, as well as our selection process, mission statement, and staff, visit our About page.

If our helpline is unable to assist you, we recommend browsing our state-by-state listings of the Best-Rated Rehab Centers, reading our resource guides, or visiting SAMHSA.gov.