Free Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Iowa

If you have developed a dependence on alcohol or drugs and are seeking treatment and are without funds, then you are in the right place. We provide free, sliding scale, and affordable addiction treatment centers in Iowa. Our listings include all types of addiction treatment. This ranges from alcohol and drug treatment to many other types of addiction centers. Our main goal is to provide free locations, but we also list sliding scale and other 'almost free' treatment locations. The services differ on each listing some provide outpatient and inpatient and others just provide one or the other.

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  • Drug Addiction Treatment Centers
  • Alcohol Rehab Centers
  • Faith-based Rehab Centers
  • Government Subsidized
  • Sliding-scale Fees
  • Non-profit Rehab Centers

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Top Reviewed Free or Low-Cost Addiction Rehabs in Iowa

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Iowa IA. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

This list is constantly updating, as some facilities exhaust available funding, new grants or scholarships become available, and non-profits open and close. Currently, the top free or low-cost drug rehabilitation centers in Iowa IA include:

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Iowa IA. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

Substance Abuse Service Center Gamblers Treatment Program

799 Main Street (563) 927-5112 - Manchester(563) 927-5112 - &nb

Dubuque, IA 52001

Assessments, consultations, individual family, and group counseling, designed to meet the gamblers needs. Crisis and family intervention. Speakers available. Meetings by appointment.

Prairie Ridge - Osage

415 Pleasant Street #6

Osage, IA 50461

Prairie Ridge Addiction Treatment Services is a private, non-profit corporation offering substance abuse prevention and treatment services to an eight-county North Central Iowa area, as well as providing residential care to a statewide population.

MAD DADS- Cedar Rapids

Wellington Heights Neighborhood 392 15th Street SECHAPTER MEMBERSHIP (Adult

Cedar Rapids, IA 52403

COMMUNITY-BASED PREVENTION and intervention activities regarding violence, crime, and drug abuse

Pathways Behavioral Services-Buchanan County

209 Second Avenue NE PRIME FOR LIFE: A training to promote a drug free wor

Independence, IA 50644

Pathways, by providing broad-based community programs, ensures that primary prevention equips individuals with the strategies and tools of recovery to prevent them from experiencing problems with alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Pathways views seco

ASAC-Prevention Programming

3536 18th Ave SW

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

SUBSTANCE ABUSE EDUCATION: Comprehensive substance abuse prevention services are based on the following strategies: information dissemination, education, alternatives, social policy, environmental, problem identification and referral, and community b

Overeaters Anonymous - Polk County


Des Moines, IA 50310

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of individuals who through shared experience, strength and hope are recovering from compulsive overeating and other food addictions.

Bernie Lorenz Recovery

4014 Kingman Blvd.

Des Moines, IA 50311

Sober house for Women, 60 to 90 Days program.The purpose of this program is to provide a home-like, supportive environment, combined with the best in therapeutic recovery services to chemically dependent women who desire a way of life free from their

Quakerdale of Marshalltown

1909 Summit (641) 752-3912 -

Marshalltown, IA 50158

Adoption services, assessment services, in-home counseling, family foster care, residential treatment, community based day-treatment, Promise home program.

Dubuque Area Substance Abuse Coalition

2728 Asbury Rd, Suite 510

Dubuque, IA 52001

This organization is comprised of families, organizations, and local civil leaders who are committed to developing policies, coordinating, promoting, and implementing initiatives to successfully reduce the supply, use, and social acceptance of substa

Rock In Prevention

7628 Hickman Road (515) 255-0635 -

Urbandale, IA 50322

ROCK IN PREVENTIONS goal is to help children live to their fullest potential (by teaching youth to refuse alcohol, tobacco and other drugs). Rock In Prevention teaches life skills such as character education and problem solving techniques. Trains loc

ADDS / Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services

1340 Mount Pleasant

Burlington, IA 52601

The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependenc

ASAC-OWI Office-Individual and Family Outpatient Counseling

1050 29th Street SW

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

COUNSELING SERVICES: Outpatient counseling allows client to stay in their home and attend work or school. Primary form of treatment is group counseling. Most extended outpatient groups meet once a week and are formed to meet a variety of needs based

Orchard Place Residential Facility

925 South West Porter Avenue (515) 285-6781 -

Des Moines, IA 50315

ORCHARD PLACE (PMIC) Psychiatric Medical Institute for Children: a PMIC facility for emotionally disturbed children between the ages of 10 to 17 and is operated by Orchard Place, a private, non-sectarian, non-profit corporation. Orchard Place can acc

Zion Recovery Services - Waukee

90 Highway 6 P.O. BOX 835(515) 987-0510 - Waukee

Waukee, IA 50263

ZION RECOVERY SERVICES offers one-to-one counseling for substance abuse/dependent clients as well as for problem gambling. Family and group sessions are available, as well as concerned person services. Offer substance abuse evaluation and referrals t

Siouxland Mental Health

625 Court Street PO Box 1917

Sioux City, IA 51105

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES include psychiatric evaluation and medication management services to the people of Woodbury County, Iowa and surrounding communities.

Community and Family Resources - Eagle Grove

105 West Broadway

Eagle Grove, IA 50533


Behavioral Technologies

2601 East University Avenue (515) 263-9109 -

Des Moines, IA 50317

BEHAVIORAL TECHNOLOGIES provides a day program for mentally handicapped adults. Certified for work activity and adult day habilitation. Serve wide variety of ages, from profoundly or mildly mentally handicapped, and those who may be exhibiting behavi

Center for Behavioral Health Iowa

1200 University Avenue Suite 106(515) 244-9500 -

Des Moines, IA 50314

CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH is a methadone and suboxone maintenance program for those addicted to opiates. Outpatient substance abuse treatment is available at the Extended Outpatient Level ($320 for six weeks). Both group and individual sessions ar

Warren County Substance Abuse Agency

115 North Howard Street (515) 961-1006 -

Indianola, IA 50125

WARREN COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE AGENCY provides non-medical consultation on a one-to-one basis with the individual and/or the family. Outpatient follow-up for those coming out of medical treatment for chemical dependency. Relapse education, assist in s

Tenco Industries, Inc. - Fairfield

3001 West Grimes

Fairfield, IA 52556

ADULT DAY SERVICES: Assists individuals with disabilities to live and work as independently as possible in their home communities. We offer Adult Day services, Pre-Vocational and Vocational Work services, Supported Employment and Supported Community

Latest Reviews Of Rehab Centers In Iowa IA

This truly is a VIP program. Excellent treatment center. This place was amazing. It is set in a beautiful location on a lake in the middle of nature. What a great program, they offer multiple options for people to get help so the individual can find exactly what works for them. The food was above my expectations.

I was comfortable the whole time here and they treated us many times to our favorite fast foods once a week!

Substance Abuse Services Center - Dubuque saved my life. This was my third in-patient rehab and without question the best. Everyone there is dedicated and focused on recovery. Thanks to them, I am now living a sober and happy life.

A lot of people don’t understand that drug addictions are basically a cry for help – a person’s way to self-medicate himself during a hard phase in his/her life – I learned that at Community and Family Resources Ames and I find it to be completely true. If you are reading this, I hope you understand that it is not your fault – it was your circumstances and your way of dealing with them! I’m thankful to Community and Family Resources Ames for their help and would recommend this facility to anyone who’s seeking help.

Important Definitions

  • Sliding Scale Treatment

    Fees that are variable based on the clients ability to pay. Fees are reduced for lower income persons or have less money due to high expenses.

  • Non Profit Treatment

    Many non profit treatment programs are free or are lower cost due to the non profit organizations status.

  • Faith Based Treatment

    Many religious organizations offer drug and alcohol recovery treatment at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify.

  • Payment Assistance

    Payment assistance is available at a large group of treatment centers. We list this detail in the description. Payment assistance programs are often structured due to the situation. You will need to call the location to find out specific details on payment assistance programs.

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IA Substance Abuse Facts

Problematic drug and alcohol use impacts the lives of millions of people across the United States, and Iowa is no exception. Many residents of Iowa suffer from the negative consequences of substance abuse and addiction each day. Consider the statistics from 2015 concerning Iowans aged 12 or older:

  • Approximately 1.45 million people reported past-month alcohol use.
  • About 165,000 individuals reported having an alcohol addiction at the time.
  • Roughly 235,000 people had used marijuana in the past year.
  • An estimated 3,000 people reported past-year heroin abuse.
  • Around 27,000 individuals used cocaine that year.

Nearly 9,000 people were receiving substance abuse treatment services on a single day count in 2015, which was a decrease a single day count in 2013. Access to alcohol and drug addiction treatment is extremely important, but many people don’t know where or how to find help.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

There are many different ways you can find the substance addiction treatment you need to recover from drug abuse. Further, you can always contact treatment centers directly. If you’ve been looking into certain centers in your area or rehabs to travel to, you may want to help narrow down your options by first creating a list of specific program features and treatment offerings you’re looking for and then inquiring as to which programs come closest to meeting your criteria. You can ask questions like:

  • Do you offer detox services?
  • How much does the program cost?
  • Do you help transition people into aftercare programs?
  • Do you accept insurance?
  • Which insurance plans do you accept?

While conducting your research, you may come up with any other questions that pertain to you and your individual needs. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and want assistance connecting to resources, call us at any time.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

If you’re looking to enter a substance abuse treatment program without the help of insurance, there are a number of financing options that can help to reduce costs of treatment. High treatment costs shouldn’t be an absolute barrier to seeking help. Many programs will work with you to place the recovery services you need to get clean and sober within your financial reach.

A few ways in which you can pay for treatment include payment plans offered by the treatment program you attend, sliding scale costs based on what you can afford, and grants through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

You might also ask about whether programs you’re interested in offer scholarships or even look into attending a state-funded program that provides free or low-cost recovery services.

Resources in Iowa

Every state has different ways to access addiction and mental health treatment. Below are a few resources available for someone in Iowa who is suffering from drug or alcohol abuse:

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