The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to Indiana. Many of these drug rehab centers in Indiana are several decades old, one established in the early 1800’s; all can offer their clients experience and expertise. Again, we took into account criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, found the 10 best rehabs in Indiana.
1. The Thirteen Step House Inc, Fort WayneCall: (800) 506-5834
Since 1968, The Thirteen Step House Inc has been a recovery house for men seeking freedom from addiction. Their four houses offer beds to 42 men. Those living in the houses are taught to work the 12 Step Program principles and work toward reintegration into society as productive and law-abiding spouses, fathers and employees. The Thirteen Step House Inc is a not for profit organization.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.13stephouse.com/
2. Tara Treatment Center, FranklinCall: (800) 506-5834
Situated on 13 acres just south of Indianapolis, Tara Treatment Center is a treatment center for those seeking recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. Their treatment program incorporates concepts of the 12-step programs, evidence-based therapy and psychoeducational components. Their services range from outpatient therapy to full detoxification.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.taratreatmentcenter.org/
3. Life Recovery Center, IndianapolisCall: (800) 506-5834
Life Recovery Center is an outpatient treatment recovery center that seeks to help people who struggle with a variety of different issues, including substance abuse and addiction. They offer three different levels, each lasting for a duration of 10-20 weeks, depending on the client’s need. There are also options including suboxone treatment, Christian counseling and Women’s Addiction & Trauma Group.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.liferecoverycenterindiana.com/
4. Fairbanks, IndianapolisCall: (800) 506-5834
This nonprofit organization is a treatment center that originally began treating male alcoholics in 1945 that has grown to treat men, women and adolescents who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse. At Fairbanks, they understand that there are many elements that contribute to addiction including emotional, psychological, developmental, physical, family and social factors, and they treat to address all these issues.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.fairbankscd.org/
5. Centerstone, RichmondCall: (800) 506-5834
Centerstone is a nationwide organization that offers community-based mental health and addiction services. This Richmond location is one of 60 facilities in Indiana which serve more than 24,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors every year. Treatment team members include nurses and nurses practitioners, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and others.
For more information on this facility go to https://centerstone.org/
6. Hope House, Inc, Fort WayneCall: (800) 506-5834
Hope House, a not-for-profit organization, is a transitional residential program for homeless women in recovery from chemical dependency. The house has 12 beds and is monitored 24/7 by experienced staff qualified to help clients into recovery. The house’s program is based on 12-Step Program principles and offers on-site support groups. Clients attend meetings, work with a sponsor, work on and hone employment skills.
7. Families First, IndianapolisCall: (800) 506-5834
First formed on Thanksgiving Day in 1835, Families First began as an organization ready to search out and assist families in need of assistance in the Indianapolis area. Since then, the organization has grown and flourished and now offers among its services treatment for those affected by chemical dependency. In 2014, over 1,000 came to Families First for help in overcoming substance abuse. Of those who successfully completed the program, 96% have improved their employment situation.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.familiesfirstindiana.org/
8. Amethyst House, BloomingtonCall: (800) 506-5834
Named after the stone that was said to prevent people from becoming intoxicated, the Amethyst House has two transitional homes for men, one for women and children, and offers full outpatient services for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Amethyst House is a not-for-profit organization.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.amethysthouse.org/
9. Shepherd’s House, Fort WayneCall: (800) 506-5834
Shepherd’s House is a long-term residential treatment facility for men 18 years and older who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse. They offer Christian-based services that incorporate the 12-Step Program in AA and CA recovery meetings. Shepherd’s House is on a public transportation line, is close to downtown, and provides tutoring to their clients.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.shepherdshouse.org/
10. The Rose Home, Inc, Fort WayneCall: (800) 506-5834
This Christian, not-for-profit center is a transitional home for women who are working to overcome drug and alcohol addictions. At the Rose Home, an emphasis is placed on working the 12-Step Program with a sponsor. The home has ten beds and is located directly across the street from public transportation and is staffed 24/7.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.therosehome.org/index.html
Indiana Counties Drug and Alcohol Rehabs
- Adams (7)
St. Joseph (11)