Jackson Recovery Centers - Women and Children's Center Philosophy
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Individualized Treatment, Family Program
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ABOUT JACKSON RECOVERY CENTERS WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S CENTER
Jackson Recovery Centers offers a variety of addiction and mental health treatment services at numerous locations throughout Iowa. The Women and Children’s Center, located in Sioux City’s tranquil Loess Hills Prairie Corridor, provides residential substance abuse and co-occurring disorder treatment to pregnant women and women with children. Detox services are offered on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the facility's website, Jackson Recovery Centers combines evidence-based and trauma-informed treatment practices with 12-step principles.
Programming includes individual, family, and group therapy, as well as AA/NA meetings, life skills workshops, and on-site psychiatric, medical, and prenatal care services.
Length of stay varies depending upon each clients' needs, but typically last 90 days.
A licensed day care facility is available on-site for preschool children, while school-age kids are expected to attend public school. Children may also be able to participate in activities offered at Jackson’s River Hills Recovery Center, which treats kids up to 12 years old.
The recovery center offers a continuum of care including transitional living.
The center’s website notes the multi-disciplinary treatment team includes physicians, therapists, nurses, and recovery counselors.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The facility's website indicates residents live in simple, shared rooms, and eat meals in a cafeteria. The day care center is colorful and bright, and there is also a playground and a cozy common lounge with a fireplace.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Of the three alumni polled by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing, one provided a positive review, one left neutral feedback, and one alum provided negative feedback.
One alum gave five out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, when asked if they would recommend the treatment center, its treatment of co-occurring disorders, and for the staff's level of training and experience. "IT WAS A VERY DIFFICULT TIME IN MY LIFE, AND JACKSON RECOVERY HELPED ME THROUGH IT AND NOW I AM SOBER AND BETTER PERSON," they wrote.
Another alum gave five stars for treatment effectiveness, while also giving it one star when asked if they would recommend the center. “There structured, which was a strength of a facility. It was not clean what so ever. It help me get clean an solber made me become a good mom," they wrote.
The other alum indicated they wouldn't recommend treatment, and the time spend in the center was a "waste of time."
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The three loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing also provided mixed feedback.
One parents gave two out of five stars for most categories, including when asked if they would recommend the treatment center, its treatment of co-occurring disorders, and the staff's level of training and experience. The parent wrote that their son didn't feel safe at the center. "Depending on the age of your child it can be scary. if your child is younger than the rest it may be a rough ride because some of the staff and kids can be tough and they are far from home," they wrote.
Another loved one gave mixed feedback. "THEY HAVE A GOOD PLAN TO HELPING ADDICTS ITS MUCH DIFFERENT THEN AA BUT WILL ONLY HELP IF PATIENT IS WILLING," they wrote.
The other loved one gave mostly high ratings, and also indicated clients have to be willing to get help. "They were great. You can only do so much if a person doesn't want to actually use the help," they wrote.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The two staff members questioned by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided conflicting feedback.
One staff member gave a glowing review, and indicated they would recommend treatment. "Is very patient oriented, treats employees and patients with respect and dignity," they wrote.
However, the other staff member wouldn't recommend the center. "Lack of training for all counselors. Little management oversight. Management was not trained in counseling. High turnover rating amount addictions counseling," they wrote.
According to the center's website, the facility accepts Iowa Medicaid (Title-19) and most insurance. Sliding scale fees are offered based on income.
Published on June 2017
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