Individuals may schedule an appointment or be referred to complete an individual substance use disorder evaluation/assessment, mental health evaluation/assessment or both.
This service is designed to assist with identifying if an individual has a substance use and/or mental health disorder and assist with accessing any needed services based on the results.
Insurance, private pay, and sliding fee scale are accepted.
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services include assessment of needs, treatment planning and interventions to assist individuals and their families who are struggling with addiction of drugs or alcohol. After a thorough clinical assessment, a treatment plan is created with the client. Services are dependent on the severity, duration and complexity of each individual's addiction. The treatment team will work with the individual and their family to become motivated to change, repair damaged relations
Mental health therapy is way to help people who are experiencing symptoms related to past or current problems, experiences, thoughts, feelings or relationships and treat troubling emotions in a safe and confidential environment. A trained therapist will utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques to alleviate psychological symptoms. Mental health therapy can benefit families, couples or groups.
This service is for individuals, primarily children, who have disruptions in their daily living due to mental health diagnosis and behavioral health impairments. Services are communicated through experiential teaching of the following skills:
•Cognitive Flexibility Skills
•Conflict Resolution Skills
•Emotional Regulation Skills
•Executive Function (planning, verbal reasoning, inhibition, and multi-tasking)
•Interpersonal Relationship Skills
•Problem Solving Skills
This program offers group education to men and women who have received a domestic assault charge.
This program utilizes the ACTV (Achieving Change through Values-Based Behavior) curriculum and is provided in a group setting, with men’s and women’s groups occurring separately. ACTV, is a research-based approach that assists individuals in defining their personal values in life and encourages them to move toward a life consistent with these values; with particular emphasis on remaining non-violent.
Family-Centered Services are delivered in Iowa's 30-county Western Service Area and contracted by Iowa’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The services include Solution-Based Casework and Safe Care which are evidenced based services to assist with family safety and stability.
To receive services, a family must be referred by DHS. This service is provided only when DHS refers a family. We cannot offer this service to families on an individual basis.
Court Ordered Supervised Visitation is professionally supervised family interactions that are documented and provided to the court to assist with family reunification.
Peer Recovery Coaching utilizes individuals who bring life experience of recovery into working with others in initiating and maintaining recovery. Peer recovery coaching assists individuals by helping those who are suffering from addiction to create a recovery plan that is customized and build on each individual's strengths, needs and recovery goals.
New in 2020, services are provided to United States Probation Office- District of Northern Iowa for pre-trial and probation services for individuals involved with the federal corrections system.
Services to federal pretrial and probation clients include:
Family Access Center is contracted through Siouxland Human Investment Partnership (SHIP) to provide sober living for homeless individuals who are suffering from addiction. The sober living homes provide case management services, referrals to community resources and a supportive environment in the recovery community.
OWI EVALUATIONS CAN BE SCHEDULED BY CALLING THE OFFICE. THE FEE FOR AN OWI EVALUATION IS $125.00