Many of the 10 best drug rehab centers in Iowa provide gender-specific treatment for addiction. Some have different levels of intensity, lengths based on personal need, and treatment plans that are tailored to the individual. The rehab centers on this list were chosen based on the effectiveness of their programs, quality of staff, and positive reports from recovering individuals in Iowa.
1. Oak Meadow Treatment and Recovery Center, Ottumwa
Run by First Resources Corporation, Oak Meadow provides a 30 to 45-day inpatient addiction treatment program. This initial stay may be followed by a partial hospitalization program to ease an individual back to everyday life while implementing skills learned in residential treatment. These programs use motivational interviewing, addiction education, gender-specific groups, and a 12-step approach to recovery.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.firstresources.us/
2. Bridges of Iowa, Des Moines
The inpatient drug rehab program at Bridges of Iowa begins with six weeks of high-intensity treatment that is focused on developing the life skills necessary to make a positive life change. After this, individuals may enter the transitional housing, which assists with job placement and community integration. Bridges of Iowa also has an outpatient program for continued support on a flexible schedule.
For more information on this facility go to https://bridgesofiowa.org/
3. Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services, Mason City
Prairie Ridge operates a 28-day gender-specific residential program that focuses on improving physical and mental health. This rehab center also offers dual diagnosis treatment with a strong foundation in dialectical behavior therapy. Through holistic care, Prairie Ridge helps individuals develop vocational and life skills and connects them with community resources.
For more information on this facility go to http://prairieridge.net/
4. Pathways Behavioral Services, Fredericksburg
This nonprofit treatment center provides mental health services with a staff consisting of psychiatrists, mental health counselors, nurse practitioners, and clinical social workers. The programs at Pathways Behavioral Services include different levels of outpatient and residential treatment as well as transitional housing for both men and women.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.pathwaysb.org/
5. Area Substance Abuse Council, Cedar Rapids
Area Substance Abuse Council is a facility dedicated to treating individuals with substance abuse issues. They offer extended and intensive outpatient support, day treatment, residential treatment, a halfway house, aftercare and transitional housing. Their sliding fee scale helps those with low income get the help they need in an affordable way.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.asac.us/
6. House of Mercy, Des Moines
House of Mercy provides personalized treatment through a high-intensity or low-intensity residential program. This program aims to help individuals who may be homeless, pregnant, or parents who need help with addiction recovery and life skills. Treatment is gender-specific and may include dual diagnosis care, employment assistance, and a variety of other services.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.houseofmercydesmoines.org/
7. Prelude Behavioral Services, Des Moines and Iowa City
The intensive residential treatment program at Prelude provides around-the-clock support for 20 to 40 days, depending on a person’s needs. Individuals in this program set treatment goals and work toward recovery with the support of a clinical staff. Prelude also offers an outpatient treatment program and encourages individuals to participate in continuing care after completing a treatment program.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.preludeiowa.org/
8. Jackson Recovery Centers: Synergy Center, Cherokee
The Synergy Center provides comprehensive inpatient treatment for adults. The highly trained staff specializes in co-occurring disorders and works with individual to create a unique treatment plan for them. Family involvement is encouraged, as is recreation and social activities. Jackson Recovery Centers also runs a Women’s Center and a Women and Children’s Center.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.jacksonrecovery.com/
9. Teen Challenge of the Midlands, Pella
First started in Brooklyn, New York by a pastor want to work with teenage gang members, Teen Challenge of the Midlands has expanded to offer help to teens and adults who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse. Clients are encouraged to develop a relationship with Christ as part of a healing program. They have individual residential men and women’s programs, a Boy’s Ranch and Wives Ministry.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.tcmid.org/
10. Clearview Recovery, Prairie City
Clearview Recovery was established to help women who needed treatment for substance use disorders and were primary caregivers to their children. This rehab center provides gender-specific treatment to pregnant women and mothers while allowing their children to live in the facility with them. The inpatient program is flexible and the level of care is adjusted based on a woman’s personal situation.
For more information on this facility go to http://www.clearviewrecoveryinc.org/
**The facilities and organizations mentioned in this article are not affiliated with DrugRehab.org.
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