ADULT & ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
Young House Family Services offers substance abuse treatment resources for teens and adults. We provide outpatient treatment to individuals in need of substance abuse services through our Adult and Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP). Treatment takes place in both individual as well as group environments. This service is available for those in Burlington and the surrounding areas. It can be arranged to have services provided in your child’s school during non-academic times.
All of our services are based on methods backed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and all treatment is provided by Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors.
Our substance abuse treatment program views alcohol and chemical addictions as diseases and we utilize an individualized treatment model which recognizes that each patient requires different resources. The length and intensity of outpatient treatment varies for each client based on their needs. We believe in the importance of family as an essential piece of the recovery process and encourage family involvement in the treatment process. Our treatment model is built around the 12 step programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Young House recognizes that many individuals and families who seek out these services have endured the numerous struggles that come with addiction. Some of our clients have utilized many treatment options without success and that many of the family we begin working with are frustrated and discouraged. Our desire is to give you hope as we help you begin the process of recovery.
Iowa Department of Transportation OWI Assessments for a cash payment of $125.00, paid before the assessment. We partner with the Iowa Department of Transportation to offer this service.
Level I Outpatient Treatment and Level II Intensive Outpatient Treatment. Our staff will work with you and your payment source to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.
All Substance Abuse Treatment Services are provided by Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors (CADC).
ASAP believes that families are an essential part of the recovery process, and families are considered an important part of the Treatment Team. Families are encouraged to be a part of and participate in all steps of the treatment process.
Each client we work with is unique, but we recognize that most have experienced the great struggle that comes with addictions. Some have utilized many treatment options without success, and many families are frustrated and discouraged.
Our desire is to give you hope as we help you to begin the process of recovery.
For more information about A.S.A.P.
Young House Family Services
400 S. Broadway St.
Burlington, Iowa 52601