Iowa Addiction Treatment and Drug Rehabilitation

If you are an Iowa resident fighting off a drug or alcohol addiction, help is not far off. is here for you. We can help you accomplish the following, at an affordable rate:

  • Start an alcohol and drug treatment program
  • Find the right drug rehab facilities for your individual needs
  • Recover from an addiction and reinstate a healthy lifestyle

We at know firsthand that drug and alcohol addiction is a crippling problem. Overcoming an alcohol and drug addiction takes a long time and can be extremely difficult to face on your own. The road leading to recovery is one that must be faced with a supportive social network surrounding you.

If you need immediate help or an assessment for a Iowa resident, CALL NOW or click:


Professionals say that people suffering from an addiction problem need more than just physical detox, in-patient and long term treatment.

To reach your goals and continue to lead a healthy lifestyle into the future, attending a good alcohol and drug rehab center is an absolute must. is deeply involved in a nationwide campaign to help individuals dealing with addictions to drugs, prescription medication, and alcohol. We have contact information for well over 3,000 drug and alcohol rehab centers all over the country, not just in Iowa. If you’re seeking drug and alcohol treatment in Iowa, we are the place to turn to.

For Iowa Areas such as:

  • Des Moines
  • Iowa City
  • Davenport
  • Mason City
  • Sioux City
  • Cedar Falls
  • Waterloo
  • And more!

About Iowa and Drug Statistics

Iowa has the distinction of being the nation’s heartland:  amber waves of grain and a hearty farming industry. Iowa has a current population of 3,062,309, with its citizens gradually uprooting from their rural homes to the more urban areas.

The capital of Iowa is Des Moines, which is also Iowa’s biggest city. Iowa is ranked 30th in the country in terms of population. The crime rate of Iowa isn’t too alarming and the state is widely considered one of the safest to live in.

The prison population of Iowa is near its highest marks ever at 8,800 inmates. Unfortunately, the prison population of Iowa is only expected to grow. Drug offenders in Iowa continue to be some of the most imprisoned people. Drug admissions have been driving prison surges in Iowa, according to government reports.

  • Iowa has a growing prescription drug problem, like much of the country. 6 percent of the youth of Iowa (ages 12 to 17) reported using pain medication for non-pain related reasons.
  • 28,000 people in Iowa have used drugs of some kind, whether it was alcohol, illicit or other. That equates 4.4 percent of Iowa’s population.
  • Meth is widely available in Iowa and is produced both indoors as well as outdoors (again, Iowa is known for its rural population, so this makes sense).
  • Club drugs are increasing in popularity as well.
  • Cocaine is available throughout Iowa and Mexican heroin is experiencing upswings in urbanized areas.

This all aside, Iowa still has some of the lowest levels of illicit drug use in the nation.

As for alcohol-related problems, 30 percent of the population of Iowa binge drinks per month while over half consumes alcohol on a somewhat regular basis. 10 percent of the population reported having a dependence or abusive history with drugs or alcohol (or both).

Finding Answers in Iowa

Whatever kind of drug and alcohol treatment you need, whether it’s in-patient or out-patient, a holistic program or something totally unique, can help you find it in Iowa or elsewhere, with over 3000 resources available across the United States.

We understand that recovery from addiction or alcoholism takes many steps that must not be overlooked or pushed aside. Physical Detoxification and Out-Patient Treatment are rarely enough by themselves; therapy, as well as a social network the addict or alcoholic can trust, must be put into place, too. The addict or alcoholic must learn new skills to cope with everyday life without relying on a substance such as alcohol or drugs.

Sometimes an addict will attempt to help themselves. Rarely, if ever, is this successful. The addict must realize that he or she is not alone; there are people that care. cares; we have trained professionals waiting by the phone to take your call and guide your Iowa recovery process or wherever the path might take you.

We cover all aspects of treatment here in Iowa. Whether it be cocaine drug treatment, meth drug treatment, holistic therapy, we can help you (or your loved one) discover what is best to attain and maintain recovery success.

Call at 866-600-3427 today to find out how to live a happy and drug-free life in Iowa!


For researching purposes, please see the following local Iowa resources:
  • BRd.lawns Medical Center
    1801 Hickman Rd. Des Moines, IA 50314
    BRd.lawns Medical Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Cedar Valley Recovery Services
    2603 Rainbow Dr. Cedar Falls, IA 50613
    Cedar Valley Recovery Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Detox, Methadone Services, Methadone Detox

  • Drug & Alcohol Addiction Unit of
    220 Oak St. Iowa Falls, IA 50126
    Drug & Alcohol Addiction Unit of provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Mental Wellness Institute
    1200 E. Washington St. Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
    Mental Wellness Institute provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • N.W. Iowa Alcoholism and
    710 Lake St. Spirit Lake, IA 51360
    N.W. Iowa Alcoholism and provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • New Opportunities Substance Abuse
    413 Tracy St. Audubon, IA 50025
    New Opportunities Substance Abuse provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Pathways Behavioral Services Inc
    500 E. 4th St. Waterloo, IA 50703
    Pathways Behavioral Services Inc provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • United Community Services
    401 SW 8th St. Des Moines, IA 50309
    United Community Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Methadone Services

  • Youth and Shelter Services
    420 Kellogg Ave. Ames, IA 50010
    Youth and Shelter Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Zion Recovery Services
    1800 N. 16 Clarinda, IA 51632
    Zion Recovery Services provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house