Nebraska Inpatient Drug Rehab Facilities
Premium Listings in Nebraska
Denver Recovery CenterBroomfield, Colorado 298 Miles from Nebraska
The Raleigh House of HopeArvada, Colorado 300 Miles from Nebraska
Midwest Recovery CentersKansas City, Missouri 326 Miles from Nebraska
Sunflower Wellness RetreatOsawatomie, Kansas 327 Miles from Nebraska
Landmark RecoveryOklahoma City, Oklahoma 428 Miles from Nebraska
Rites of Passage LLCCrawford, Colorado 453 Miles from Nebraska
Sana Lake Recovery CenterDittmer, Missouri 529 Miles from Nebraska
Banyan Treatment Center - NapervilleNaperville, Illinois 601 Miles from Nebraska
Chateau RecoveryMidway, Utah 612 Miles from Nebraska
Banyan Heartland (Gilman)Gilman, Illinois 616 Miles from Nebraska
Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment CenterArlington, Texas 617 Miles from Nebraska
Resolutions ArlingtonDallas, Texas 617 Miles from Nebraska
Spirit Mountain RecoveryEden, Utah 618 Miles from Nebraska
Greenhouse Treatment CenterGrand Prairie, Texas 618 Miles from Nebraska
Maple Mountain RecoveryMapleton, Utah 621 Miles from Nebraska
Riverwalk RanchMansfield, Texas 630 Miles from Nebraska
Annie's HouseDraper, Utah 630 Miles from Nebraska
Steps Recovery CentersPayson, Utah 631 Miles from Nebraska
Standard Listings in Nebraska
Bryan Independence CenterLincoln, Nebraska
Start Fresh RecoveryOmaha, Nebraska
Human Services, Inc.Alliance, Nebraska
The Bridge Behavioral HealthLincoln, Nebraska
Valley Hope - O'NeillO'Neill, Nebraska
Valley Hope AssociationNorton, Kansas 111 Miles from Nebraska
Tallgrass Recovery & Sober Living HomesSioux Falls, South Dakota 208 Miles from Nebraska
Moundridge Valley HopeMoundridge, Kansas 254 Miles from Nebraska
New Life Treatment CenterWoodstock, Minnesota 258 Miles from Nebraska
St. Gregory Recovery CenterBayard, Iowa 272 Miles from Nebraska
Valley Hope of AtchisonAtchison, Kansas 277 Miles from Nebraska
Narconon ColoradoFort Collins, Colorado 280 Miles from Nebraska
CeDAR - Center for Dependency, Addiction, and RehabilitationAurora, Colorado 288 Miles from Nebraska
Holland PathwaysWichita, Kansas 289 Miles from Nebraska
Go SoberLongmont, Colorado 290 Miles from Nebraska
Golden Peak RecoveryGlendale, Colorado 294 Miles from Nebraska
Footprints to Recovery Addiction Treatment CentersCentennial, Colorado 294 Miles from Nebraska
Valley Hope - DenverCentennial, Colorado 295 Miles from Nebraska
More Treatment Centers in Nebraska
Nova Therapeutic Community Inc - Main Office- Residential Evaluation
Rehabilitation Partners - Millard
Lutheran Family Services - Counseling Offices
Arbor Family Counseling Associates
Mesmer Fred Cadac CRPS
Padula Marjorie A Phd Abpn
Gift MAPP Guidance & Counseling
Miller-Harsin Sue Cmsw Lmhp
Business Information Center
Keogh Jeffrey Lcsw Lmhp
Barrett Cass Counselor
Rehabilitation Partners - Healthwest
Rehabilitation Center-Auto & Work
Laboratory of Speech and Language Inc
Midwest Urology Associates PC
Lamb Ann LCSW
New Balance Counseling
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More Info About Rehab in Nebraska
Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in NebraskaLooking for a highly-rated rehabilitation facility in Nebraska for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com well versed in luxury exclusive facilities and can help you find the program that's right for you. Our alcohol and drug treatment programs can help anyone get clean, whether the addiction is to Barbiturates, Damason-P, alcohol or any other illicit or doctor-prescribed medication.
Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Nebraska
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Meet the Pros
Deb LudemannCommunity Services Clinician Valley Hope - O'Neill
Deb Ludemann has been with O’Neill Valley Hope since 2002, when she entered the counselor training program. She is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) and, after working as a counselor at O’Neill Valley Hope for 8 years, took the position of Community Services Clinician. Her job now includes some of the duties of counselor when in O’Neill, but also has her on the road networking and helping get people into treatment. When substance abuse gets in-between a person and what is important to them, Deb believes in the need for people to begin their recovery journey to get back what is important to them in their lives.Show Bio
Colleen S. Hood, BA, LADC, ICADC, CCJSAssistant Director/Counselor Human Services, Inc.
Colleen began working at Human Services, Inc in August of 1995. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the state of Nebraska.Show Bio
Glenda L. Day, MA, LADC, NCACII, CCDCII, ICADCExecutive Director/Counselor Human Services, Inc.
Glenda had been the Executive Director and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) with Human Services, Inc since December of 1985.Show Bio
- You are relatively stable from a medical and psychological standpoint.
- You've never had severe complications from withdrawal before.
- You are motivated enough to attend outpatient treatment and follow your doctor's instructions.
- You don't have any serious co-existing mental or physical health conditions, such as schizophrenia, heart disease, diabetes or seizure disorders.
- You aren't severely depressed or suicidal.
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services is in charge of nonprofit, community-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment programs in the state. The department's Behavioral Health Network of Care includes facilities that provide inpatient care, outpatient services, 24-hour helplines, crisis intervention and many other resources at little or no cost to Nebraska residents.
How do you know which rehabilitation center is right for you? As you investigate the addiction treatment facilities in your area, ask each provider these important questions:
- Do you have statistics or information on how many of your clients graduate from rehab?
- Do you keep track of your former clients to find out whether treatment was effective and to provide continued support?
- Are you licensed and accredited by the state and national agencies that oversee substance abuse treatment centers?
- What treatment services do you provide?
- Can you provide integrated treatment for mental illness as well as addiction?
- Do you offer aftercare services to help your clients remain sober?
*Questions to Ask a Drug Rehab Provider