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Andrikopoulos Jim PhD

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Beers- Mr. Robert- BSW- LBSW- CSWCM- CADC- SAP- D

Des Moines, Iowa No reviews at this time
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Gauger Susan R ACSW LISW

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Lloyd's Counseling Inc

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Notch Herbert L Phd PC Dr Psychologist

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Willis Adult Day Care Center

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Royal Jon

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Marquardt Consulting Services

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Rivers Morgan Ba Lmt

Des Moines, Iowa No reviews at this time
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Des Moines University Clinic

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Helping Hands Therapeutic Massage

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Port of Entry Recovery House

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Jennisch C Scott MD

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Rekindled Hearts Ministries Inc

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Westminster House II

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Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Iowa

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Iowa

Bridges of Iowa Inc.

When I went through the program it was a faith based program which allowed me to start a live as a Christian and i feel that is what has kept me clean and sober for 23 months. Thank you God. they have a program that is called the "safe program" for family members of addicts..its awful. The gentlemen that runs its..well..he sucks. They have completely changed this program now. I believe it is called Alps. With St. Gregory s. Im not sure how I feel about it. They took the faith outta the program...and the 12 steps. But kept the awful safe program..with that crap instructor.
3.7 out of 5

Sieda Substance Abuse Services

There was a lot of sobriety-related, but not very informational, film viewings. We had a few discussions, but I wish there were secular addiction treatment groups, like SMART Recovery available in the community, since I was using psychiatric medication and valued their therapeutic properties. It was an intensive outpatient program. Distraction tools & sobriety-positive humor were helpful. There wasn't enough discussion of the myriad of available coping skills or the modern neuroscience of addiction.
4.7 out of 5

Mercy Medical Center - Substance Abuse Treatment

Everything was great. My friend said the treatment was the best and he is doing well
4 out of 5
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Kelly Grunhovd, CPS

Prevention Manager Prairie Ridge Integrated Behavioral Healthcare

Kelly Grunhovd is the Prevention Program Manager/Program Director. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2002 with Bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Spanish. While studying at the University of Northern Iowa, she concentrated her class load in Psychology of Adjustment and Abnormal Psychology. She was also able to fine tune her Spanish skills by studying a semester in Spain. Ms. Grunhovd is a certified instructor for Strengthening Families Program, Reconnecting Youth and Prime for Life programs.

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Jill Hill, IADC

Treatment Services Associate Director Youth & Shelter Services, Inc. Seven-12 House

Jill Hill is the Treatment Services Associate Director and serves as the clinical supervisor for extended outpatient programs in Ames and area schools. She obtained her Bachelor degree in Family Services from Iowa State University, and has been at YSS for over twenty-one years. She has served as the Treatment Services Associate Director at YSS for the past nine years. Jill has been involved as a supervisor for both residential and outpatient treatment programs. Ms. Hill has been an International Drug and Alcohol Counselor (IADC) for over eighteen years and holds certification in international reciprocity consortium. She is a member of the Iowa Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team, and has served in the Credentialing Department of the Iowa Board of Certification for over fourteen years, conducting clinical reviews for individuals seeking to become certified addictions counselors. Ms. Hill is also a certified Change Leader by the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx) and is committed to a civic organization, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, to give back to her community.

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Dr. Jose Angel

Medical Director St. Gregory Recovery Center

Dr. Jose Angel is a Medical Doctor with certification and specialty in Internal Medicine. As a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Medicine and Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicince, Dr. Angel has a special relationship with Iowa and has cared for patients suffering from dependence and addiction for years.

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More Information

Every year, the government surveys the American population to glean information about the drug habits and drug perceptions of responders. The goal is to utilize this information to provide better treatment options and enhance prevention efforts. Unfortunately, the survey - published as Iowa Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - revealed that Iowa has a serious issue with binge drinking.
High rates of past-month alcohol binge use (four or more drinks in a sitting for a woman and five or more drinks in a sitting for a man) is higher among those over the age of 12, for those between the ages of 12 and 20, and those over the age of 26.
Does someone in your family in Iowa struggle with alcohol abuse, binge drinking or an alcohol addiction? Is drug use a problem? Don't wait to intervene.

Call now to learn more about the options that your loved one can utilize on their road to recovery.

The Risks Associated With Binge Drinking

Unfortunately, many people believe that it's harmless to drink more than five drinks in a sitting a couple times a week. For some, this describes a normal Friday and Saturday night - at least. However, that danger in this practice can't be overemphasized. Studies show that binge drinking can cause the same chronic health problems experienced by alcoholics. Also, the risk of accident due to driving under the influence is far higher because many who binge drink do so away from home - and often believe that they can "handle their alcohol" and are okay to drive when they are far from okay.

A problem for young, middle-aged and older adults, it's an issue that affects every portion of the community. If Iowans with binge drinking problems are unable to moderate or limit their alcohol intake, it may be an issue that should be addressed in a professional treatment setting.

Top Drugs of Abuse in Iowa

Alcohol isn't the only substance causing problems for Iowa residents.

The top four substances of abuse are:

  • Alcohol
  • Marijuana
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine

Over the past 15 years, the rates of abuse of different substances have remained relatively constant with the exception of methamphetamine. Hardly ever mentioned as a drug of choice among drug rehab participants in Iowa in 1992, the rates of use have crept up from less than 5 percent of all admissions to about 30 percent in just over 10 years.

Additionally, the rates of abuse of both alcohol and drugs have increased among Iowa drug rehab patients in recent years. More and more people are seeking help dealing with withdrawal symptoms and cravings due to more than one drug of abuse. For some, this can mean the need for more intensified or more directed treatment options.

Which Treatment Options Are Right for Your Family Member?

Depending on a number of different issues, the answer to this question will vary.

Don't forget to consider:

  • Drug of choice
  • Need (or not) for medical detox
  • Co-occurring mental health disorders that may require dual diagnosis treatment
  • Need for outpatient or inpatient care
  • Need for aftercare support services
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