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Central Iowa
Bridges of Iowa (Recommended First Stop)
PolkWest Des Moines
1211 Vine St
West Des Moines, IA 50265


• Phase 1: substance-abuse treatment
• Phase 2: employment readiness and job search
• Phase 3: transitional living
FREEDOM HOUSES (Recommended First Stop)PolkDes Moines(515) 402- 6909Deb TheelerTransitional housing for men and women (two houses for men, two houses for women)
Annie's HousePolkDes Moines1136 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway
Des Moines, IA 50314
(515) 779-4599
Monday - Sunday 24 hours, Office Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pmTransitional housing
$325 month, women w/o children only
Beacon of LifePolkDes Moines1717 Woodland Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50309

Phone: (515) 244-4713
Fax: (515) 243-9522

beaconsocialmedia@gmail.com6-12 month program:
• health & wellness
• financial empowerment
• employment
• recovery
Women only
Bernie Lorenz RecoveryPolkDes Moines4014 Kingman Boulevard
Des Moines, IA 50311

Phone: (515) 262-0349 substance abuse treatment; 60-90 day program, vocational training, education, developing budget, meal planning, parenting, counseling services, assistance in finding employmentPrelude Behavioral ServicesWomen only
Capstone Behavioral HealthcareJasperNewton, IA306 North 3rd Avenue East
Newton, Iowa 50208
(641) 792-4012 services, mental health services, substance abuse services, employment assistance,
Central Iowa Works
(Community Organization Partnerships)
PolkDes Moines1111 9th St., Ste 260
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 243-2130

Soneeta Mangra-Dutcher

Pat Steele
CIW connects applicants with organizations who support the efforts of individuals with barriers to employment to secure jobs.
Central Iowa Shelter and ServicesPolkDes Moines1420 Mulberry Street
Des Moines, IA 50309
515-883-1692, job training, kitchenChristian
Clearview RecoveryPolkPrairie City501 North Sherman
Prairie City, Iowa 50228

Phone: 515-994-3562
http://www.clearviewrecoveryinc.orgSubstance abuse treatment, parenting classes, counseling, job training, self-esteem improvementWomen, pregnant women, women with children only
Creative Visions
(Ex-Offender & Family Reunification Program)
PolkDes Moines1343 13th St
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 244-4003

Ako Abdul-Samad
(Iowa State Representative from the 35th District)

(515) 244-4003
Provides support to families and incarcerated people to preserve the family unit while a member is in prison.The incarcerated parent must have a minor child in the care of the party receiving assistance.
Des Moines Catholic WorkerPolkDes MoinesBishop Dingman House (Drop-In Center)
1310 7th St.
Des Moines, IA 50314

Mailing Address:
Des Moines Catholic Worker
PO Box 4551
Des Moines, IA 50305

(515) 243-0765

dmcatholicworker@gmail.comDingman House Schedule:
Monday: closed
Tuesday: snack at 3 p.m. to dinner at 6 p.m.
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: snack at 3 p.m. to dinner at 6 p.m.
Friday: snack at 3 p.m. to dinner at 6 p.m.
Saturday: snack from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday: snack at 3 p.m. to dinner at 6 p.m.
Dingman House:
• Showers are available the first two hours the house is open
• Free clothing
• A phone is available for use by guests
• Guests can receive their mail at our house
• Canned goods and toiletries are available upon request
• Free groceries are distributed at Dingman House on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 p.m.
CatholicFree Food Store: We give away donated produce on Saturday at 10am at Trinity United Methodist church at 8th and College.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday at 4pm at the Phil Berrigan House, located at 713 Indiana.

Evelyn K. Davis Center for Working FamiliesPolkDes Moines801 University Avenue, Unit 3
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 697-7700

info@EvelynKDavisCenter.orgMonday - Friday:
8 am - 5 pm

8 am - 1 pm
• Education and Employment services including job search assistance, job interview preparation, short-term certificate training, creation of employment plans, career resume preparation assistance, job placement, job preparation, Adult Based Education classes (referral), digital literacy, basic literacy and career assessments.
• Income and Work Supports such as benefits screening, income tax preparation and access to public benefits.
• Financial Services/Asset Building including financial literacy, FASFA, credit repair programs, debt reduction plans and EITC.
Offers fatherhood course geared (in part) toward formerly incarcerated fathers.
Eyerly Ball Community Mental Health Services
(Jail Diversion Program)
Polk, Warren, and MadisonDes Moines945 19th Street
Des Moines, IA 50314

Phone: (515) 241-0982
Fax: (515) 241-0993
Jail Diversion extension:
(515) 699-8627 (Jail Diversion)

Jail Diversion Services
(515) 699-8627
Jail Diversion Services for inmates with mental illnesses:
• supportive services while in jail
• assistance with obtaining benefits, such as Social Security and Title XIX
• transportation
• coordination of care
Jail Diversion assists inmates with mental health issues, both in jail and in the community. The purpose of the program is to provide supportive services during incarceration followed by community-based treatment upon release.
First Resources Corp. CentervilleAppanooseCenterville310 West Washington, Suite 2
Centerville, IA 52544

(641) 856-5382 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. NewtonJasperNewton709 1st Avenue West, Suite 4
Newton, IA 50208

(641) 787-0310 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. OskaloosaMahaskaOskaloosa1907 17th Avenue East
Oskaloosa, IA 52577

(641) 673-1421 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
Fresh Start Women's CenterPolkDes Moines1917 Hickman Road
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 242-6325 housing, support groups, financial skills, case management, 5th Judicial DistrictWomen only
Harbor of Hope Recovery
Alcohol & Substance Abuse Recovery House
PolkDes Moines803 Lyon Street
Des Moines, IA 50309

Phone: (515) 244-0370
Fax: (515) 244-3707

Tom Pontow, executive director

General email:
9 am - 5 pmRecovery assistance:
• Education
• Employment
• Financial training
• Reconnecting to family and friends
• Physical and mental health
Residents are required to stay a minimum of six months and allowed to stay a maximum of two years. All residents are required to pay $500/a month rent.

Does not take people with sex offenses.
Hope MinistriesPolkDes MoinesHope Ministries
PO Box 862
Des Moines, IA 50304
(several physical locations)

Phone: (515) 265-7272
Fax: (515) 262-0471

Facebook:• meals
• shelter (both crisis and long-term)
• low-cost, good-quality clothing, household goods, shoes, furniture

Recovery programs:
• substance abuse counseling
• life skills classes
• educational assistance towards GED
• nutrition & health counseling
• work skills training and business practicum
Christian• Bethel Mission: emergency shelter for men
1310 6th Avenue in Des Moines

• Door of Faith: long-term life recovery center for men
6701 SW 9th Avenue in Des Moines

• Hope Center for Women and Children: short-term shelter and long-term life recovery center for single women and mothers with children
3333 E. University in Des Moines
House of MercyPolkDes Moines1409 Clark St.
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 643-6500 Peterson, rpeterson@mercydesmoines.org7:00am-10:00pmResidential substance abuse and mental health treatment, housing, childcare, transportation, behavioral therapy, family therapy, outpatient counseling, relapse prevention, support groups, education, employment, homeless outreach, skill training for communication/parenting/anger management/nutritionChristianWomen and families only
Mainstream Living, Inc.StoryDes Moines, Ames2012 E. 13th St.
Ames, IA 50010
(515) 232-8405

333 SW 9th Street
Des Moines, IA 50309
(515) 243-8115
www.mainstreamliving.orgCommunity housing, community integration, supported living, employment services, psychosocial rehabilitation, education, financial skills, crisis management, Only serve adults with disabilities, adults with brain injuries, adults with psychiatric disabilities, medically fragile adults, young adults with mental health disabilities
MECCA Services Central IowaPolkDes Moines5525 Meredith Street
Suite C
Des Moines, Iowa 50311
(515) 262-0349 8:00-5:00Prevention services, problem gambling services, 12-hour OWI course, transitional housing, packing for treatment, fees for services, and pay your bill onlineMECCAHave Spanish-speaking staff
Optimae Central IowaPolk, Story, Jasper, Marion, DallasDes Moines513 East 6th St.
Des Moines, IA 50309

(515) 283-1230 Ext. 301 Moster
Supported community living, residential treatment, behavioral health, community integration, job coaching, transitional housing, jail diversion, peer groups
Polk County Attorney Restorative Justice ProgramPolkDes Moines222 Fifth Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50309
(515) 286-3057
FAX (515) 323-5254 groups, license reinstatement, conferencesPolk County Attorney's Office
Project IOWA
(Iowa Opportunities for Workforce Advancement)
PolkDes Moines1111 9th St., Suite 290
Des Moines, Iowa 50314

(515) 280-1274

office@projectiowa.orgOffice Hours:
9AM-4PM Mon-Fri
or by appointment
The purpose of Project IOWA, Inc., (Iowa Opportunities for Workforce Advancement) is to develop a long-term, community-generated and sustained initiative to train unemployed and underemployed central Iowans with skills necessary to advance to career track, high wage jobs with full benefits.Des Moines Informational Sessions are held on Tuesdays at 10:30am at the Evelyn K. Davis Center and Thursdays at 11:00am at the United Way Building.
Recovery in ActionPolkDes MoinesRecovery in Action
PO Box 13342
Des Moines, IA 50310

Street address:
3312 Fourth St.
Des Moines, IA 50313

(515) 421-8742 Neff, PresidentSober, safe, and permanent housing for those striving for sobriety, accountability and independence.Must have legal employment.
The Salvation Army in Des Moines
(Adult Rehabilitation Center)
PolkDes MoinesThe Salvation Army
Adult Rehabilitation Center
133 E. 2nd Street
Des Moines, IA 50309

(515) 243-4277

Facebook (alums group):
Leslie Manshack
Long-term residential program:
• 5-level recovery system requiring a minimum of six months to complete
• Individual and Group Counseling with licensed counselors
• Chemical Dependency Education
• Relapse Prevention Classes
• Alcoholics Anonymous
• Narcotics Anonymous
• In-House Step Studies
• Anger Management
• Job Training
• Employment opportunities upon graduation from the program
Christian (Salvation Army)This program does not have the ability to treat anyone who is a registered sex offender or convicted of arson.
Society of St. Vincent de PaulPolkDes Moines1426 Sixth Ave
Des Moines, IA 50314

(515) 282-8327
http://svdpdsm.orgChasity DeMaranville
Food pantry, clothing, and furniture
1426 6th Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50314
Tues & Thurs : 5 pm – 7 pm
Sat: 11 am – 2 pm

520 Army Post Road
Des Moines, IA50315
Mon, Wed, Fri: 11 am – 6 pm
Tues & Sat: 9 am – 1 pm
Thurs: Appointment Only

Financial assistance
1426 6th Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50314
Mon – Sat: 9 am – 3:30 pm
• Food pantry, clothing, and furniture
• Financial assistance for those who have fallen behind on their bills or rent under $700
• Young Parents Initiative
Van Orman HouseMarshallMarshalltown1909 Summit St.
Marshalltown, IA 50158

(641) 752-4157 a reentry-specific program, but a support ministery for women in crisis. They provide: residency, parenting classes, financial planning, budgeting, job training, drug and addiction help, counseling ChristianWomen only
Voices to Be HeardPolkDes MoinesUnion Park Methodist Church
2305 E 12th St
Des Moines, IA 50316

(515) 280-9027
Melissa Gradischnig-Nelson mel@cfpciowa.org5:30-7:00pm 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every monthSupport group for loved ones of persons in the corrections system
Women at the Well UMC
(Mission Congregation)
PolkMitchellvilleP.O. Box 33
Mitchellville, IA 50169

(515) 313-6916


Brenda Hobson
Reentry Coordinator
(515) 313-6916

Daniel Schott
Administrative Assistant
(515) 822-4599
Faith-based reentry teams help with:
• mentorship
• accountability
• goal setting
• faith formation
Iowa Correctional Institution for WomenUnited MethodistCongregation inside Mitchellville, reentry teams
YMCA Supportive HousingPolkDes Moines2 SW 9th Street
Des Moines, IA 50309

(515) 288-2424 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat-Sun: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Transportation, laundry, library, computer lab, food/clothing, YMCA IowaChristian
Has to qualifes under Low
Income Housing Tax Credit
restrictions, do a background check
Eastern Iowa
One Eighty (Reccommended First Stop)
ScottDavenport601 Marquette St. Davenport, Ia 52802 phone: 563-424-4589www.oneeighty.orgRusty Boruff=executive directorHouses men and women who are coming out of incarceration, domestic abuse, sex trafficking, homelessness or addiction. Teaches Christian principals, assign mentors and help with furthering education.
Inside Out Reentry (Recommended First Stop)
JohnsonIowa City500 N. Clinton Street
Iowa City, IA 52245

Main: (319) 338-7996
Cell: (319) 621-6263

Mike Cervantes

(319) 338-7996 or (319) 621-6263 (cell)
Monday – Thursday
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (or by appointment)
Drop-in & Resource Center
• tutoring
• life skills classes
• employment readiness
• housing
• resource information
Iowa Medical & Classification Center
MANASSEH HOUSE/OPERATION EMPOWER *(Recommended First Stop) DubuqueDubuque, IA2080 Elm St. #103
Dubuque, IA 52001

(563) 557-4450 Email:
Michelle Mihalakis
(563) 599-2980
Emergency and Transitional Housing for Women
• employment help
• education assistance
• aid in setting goals for success
Women only
RISE program Reintegration initiative for Safety and Empowerment (Recommended First Stop)LinnCedar Rapids1700 B Ave NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

(319) 200-4130

Maridee Dugger
(319) 200-4130
Monday - Friday
11 am - 1 pm

1-3 pm
Guidance on:
• finding a job
• finding housing
• food
• transportation
• creating plans & goals
Linn County Correctional Center
Housed in/near Mission of Hope:
Can be contacted through Facebook
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services 8th Judicial DistrictLouisaWapello304 Highway 61 North
Wapello, IA 52653

(319) 523-8436
8 am - 5 pm
8th Judicial District
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services 8th Judicial DistrictScottBettendorf2435 E. Kimberly Rd. Ste. 275 S., Alpine Office Centre
Bettendorf, IA 52722

(563) 322-1036
8 am - 5 pm
Outpatient and residential treatment for substance abuse, prevention work, distance support services, gambling treatment8th Judicial District
First Resources Corp. SigourneyKeokukSigourney102 South Main St.
Sigourney, IA 52591

(641) 622-2543 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. WashingtonWashingtonWashington114 West 2nd St.
Washington, IA 52353

(319) 591-8176 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
Fountain of Youth Program
(United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States)
DubuqueDubuque1199 Main St.
Dubuque, IA 52001

(563) 650-8949

Caprice Jones
(773) 440-2228
9 am - 5 pm

Office hours:
2:30-4:30 pm
• aim to provide gainful and sustainable employment to youth 16-24 in Dubuque
• provide advocacy and support to youth in poverty

Programming at DOC facility in Dubuque (on Elm St.):
• Curriculum called "Getting Ahead, While Getting Out!" aimed toward reducing the recidivism rate and also providing living tools
DOC facility on Elm St. in DubuqueHoused in/near St. Luke's UMC
OptimaeWashington, Johnson, IowaWashington1415 West 5th St. Suite C
Washington, IA 52353

(319) 653-6571 Ikerd
Suported community living, supported employment, career connections, intensive psychiatric rehabilitation, habilitation, home- and community-based services
Optimae Cedar Valley RegionLinnCedar Rapids2750 1st Ave. NE Suite 420
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

(319) 364-4803 Benedict
Habilitation community/site homes, intellectual disability waiver
Optimae Mississippi Bend RegionMuscatine, CedarMuscatine3500 Harmony Ct.
Muscatine, IA 52761

(563) 263-5585 Aguirre-Carrasco
Home- and community-based services, habilitation services, supported community living, community integration, mental health outreach
Retrograde MinistriesWashingtonKalona507 3rd St
Kalona, IA 52247

(319) 779-1024
http://www.retrogradeministries.comMichael Evans, Director
Men's program for men 18+. They house, care for, and train around 30 students a year.

This is six month in-house program, followed by six months' supervised placement in the community.
(With the possibility to come on staff or intern.)
ChristianOpen to men 18 and older. They are working on a 2-week "boot camp" program, a women's program, and a shelter. (Check back on this periodically)
The Safe Place FoundationLinnCedar Rapids527 6th Avenue SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

(319) 366-3430

Tony Ashby - Pre-Intake Interviews and Admissions
A drug- and alcohol-free living environment with ongoing staff support, community volunteer involvement and peer-to-peer mentorship. (40 bed program: 6 Phase One beds and 34 Phase Two beds)
Safer Foundation
ScottDavenportSafer Davenport
605 N. Main St.
Davenport, IA 52803

• Orientation, intake, and retention
• Adult transition centers
• Transitional Employment Program

Jesus Mission Church and Pearl City OutreachMuscatine CountyMuscatine509 Mulberry Ave, Muscatine, IA 52761 (563)264-5430Facebook: Sharon Phillips 563-264-3805Pearl City Outreach meal times:Breakfast M-F 9am-10 am, Dinner M-Th 4:30-6:30pmPearl City Outreach: helps with jobs, rides to work, sack lunches, laundry, showers all free. Emergency shelter available.
Jessica Faye's ClosetMuscatine CountyMuscatine908 E 9th St. Muscatine, IA 52761 (563)263-0800M-Th 10 am-2 pmFree clothing, furniture, bedding, ect.
Island United MethodistMuscatine CountyMuscatine2598 Stewart Rd. Muscatine, IA 52761 (563)263-0674 Tom & Sandra Berryman 563-599-6753 M & W 9am-12pmLighthouse Food Pantry: 3rd Tues. every month 2-5:30 pm. Lighthouse Clothing Closet: 2nd Saturday every month 9-11 a.m.
North Central Iowa
The Church of the Damascus Road (Recommended First Stop)WebsterFort Dodge and Rockwell City239 North 11th Street
Fort Dodge, IA 50501

Office: (515) 955-3579
Cell: (515) 689-3100
Fax: (515) 955-3583

Rev. Paul E. Stone, Pastor

General email:
Teams of 3-7 caring persons covenant with a returning citizen for up to a year to help that person make a smooth and sure transition back into society. Teams are trained to help them understand where the exmate is coming from and how best to help.North Central Correctional Facility and Fort Dodge Correctional FacilityA congregation of the
Western Iowa Synod of the
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Congregations of inmates at North Central Correctional Facility and Fort Dodge Correctional Facility
Community and Family ResourcesWebster Fort Dodge726 S 17th Street, Fort Dodge, IA 50501 a reentry specific program. Outpatient and Inpatient substance abuse programs, therapy and counseling
DISCOVERY HOUSE DickinsonSpirit Lake1411 Hill Avenue P.O. Box 163
Spirit Lake, IA 51360

(712) 336-5340 712-336-5340Safe, transitional housing for:
• men and women with substance abuse
• parolees
• homeless

**Up to six months
Gateway to DiscoveryWebsterFort DodgePO Box 432
Fort Dodge, IA 50501

(515) 302-8162 Fisher
(515) 302-8162
Two-year residential support program for women who are struggling with addiction and trauma. They provide: housing, food, therapy, access to heath care, and opportunities for education and job training at no cost Faith-basedWomen Only
Northeast Iowa
Jail & Prison Ministry
(Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque)
Ames, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque (Program Headquarters), Marshalltown, Mason City, rural Northeast Iowa, and WaterlooCatholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque
1229 Mount Loretta Ave.
Dubuque, IA 52003

(563) 588-0558
(800) 772-2758

Deacon Bill Hickson
(563) 495-5947
(Dubuque area, Cedar Rapids area, rural Northeast Iowa area)

Deacon Phil Paladino
(319) 272-2080
(Waterloo area, Ames area, Marshalltown area, Mason City area)
Support and mentoring (in prison and after release):
• establishing positive relationships
• experiencing healthy social activities
• connecting with community resources that can aid in finding work, affordable housing, and meeting basic needs
Run through Catholic Charities, the Archdiocese of Dubuque
North Central AfterCareHumboldtFacebook:
Jim Fevold
(515) 890-1535

Jim Sayers
(515) 890-1101
The AfterCare teams provide support support for:
• Housing/furnishings
• Clothing and food
• Transportation
• Spiritual needs
• Counseling
• Social life
• Integration into the community
• Probation requirements
• Drug/alcohol rehab
• Financial and legal
• Education
• Skill support
Humboldt County Ministerial Association
UnityPoint Health - Berryhill CenterWebsterFort Dodge720 Kenyon Road
Fort Dodge, IA 50501

(515) 955-7171
(800) 482-8305 - Friday
8am - 5 pm
Not a reentry-specific program. An outpatient mental health clinic: they provide outpatient counseling, medication management, primary care and community-based services
Waterloo Women's Center for ChangeBlack HawkWaterloo1515 Lafayette St.
Waterloo, IA 50703

(319) 292-0900
Amy Jones
Residential Supervisor
Residential facility1st Judicial District
(DOC Services)
Halfway house for returning citizens AND residential facility for community-based corrections
Northwest and Western Iowa
Open Door Mission (Recommended First Stop)Omaha, NE2828 North 23rd Street East St.
Omaha, NE 68110

(402)-422- 1111, day programs, substance abuse treatment, educational programs, money management, job training, mental health counseling, permanent supportive housing, free GED/ESL classesChristian
Hope Net (Recommended First Stop)PottawatamieCouncil BluffsP.O. Box 281, Council Bluffs, IA 51503 420-321-1313 hopenetministries.orgjstephenshopeaftercare@gmail.comRe-entry programs for women.
Heartland Family ServiceOmaha, NE2101 South 42nd St.
Omaha, NE 68105

(402) 553-3000 abuse treatment, financial counseling, nutrition education, day events, juvenile deliquency, mental health
Clare Guest HouseGuests typically come from the Third Judicial District (the 16 counties in Northwest Iowa)Sioux City1918 Douglas Street
Sioux City, IA 51104

(712) 255-1916

Sister Gwen Hennessey

(712) 255-1916
Always openServices for returning women:
• temporary housing (7 beds)
• support during transition
• mentoring
•assistance in finding employment and housing
Iowa Correctional Institution for WomenSisters of St. Francis MinistryWomen only
Santa Monica HouseOmaha, NE130 N. 39th Street.
Omaha NE 68130

(402) 558-7088, life skills, 12-step program, substance abuse treatment, behavioral therapy, medical/psychiatric care, relapse prevention, educational programs, transitional housingChristianWomen only
Siena/Francis HouseOmaha, NE1702 Nicholas St.
Omaha NE, 68102

(402) 341-1821 shelter, day services, substance abuse treatment, health care clinic, educational services, supportive apartment living
Southeast Iowa
Addicts VictoriousQuincy, IL224 S. 8th St.
Quincy, Illinois

(217) 223-1388

Facebook:• 10-step religious program for overcoming addiction ($500)
Support groups
• A weekly time to come together and discuss, keep from becoming isolated. ($75 to start group)
(10-step program is faith-based)
This is NOT a non-profit; it is a company. There are fees attached to everything except the support group that meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Quincy, IL.
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services 8th Judicial DistrictDes MoinesBurlington1340 Mt. Pleasant St.
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 753-6567
8 am - 5 pm
Outpatient and residential treatment for substance abuse, prevention work, distance support services, gambling treatment8th Judicial District
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services 8th Judicial DistrictHenryMt. Pleasant122 N. Main St.
Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641

(319) 385-2216
8 am - 5 pm
Outpatient and residential treatment for substance abuse, prevention work, distance support services, gambling treatment8th Judicial District
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services 8th Judicial District KeokukLeeKeokuk928 Main St.
Keokuk, IA 52632

(319) 524-4397
8 am - 5 pm
Outpatient and residential treatment for substance abuse, prevention work, distance support services, gambling treatment8th Judicial District
Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services Ottumwa 8th Judicial DistrictWapelloOttumwaSEIDA
226 W. Main St. Suite 502
Ottumwa, IA 52501

(800) 622-8340, Ext. 301
8 am - 5 pm
Outpatient and residential treatment for substance abuse, prevention work, distance support services, gambling treatment8th Judicial District
Building Bridges: A Southeast Iowa Initiative
(Bridges Out of Poverty)
Des MoinesBurlington416 Jefferson St.
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 754-8421

Mona Ash
(319) 754-8421
Meal at 5:30 pm
Class at 6:15-8 pm
16-week “Getting Ahead in a Just Getting By World” curriculum designed to help those living in poverty move to a sustainable futureFirst United Methodist Church
EFFIE SUE HOUSEDes MoinesBurlington909 Court St. Burlington IA 52601; (319) 208-1521Tammy Maison (Landlord with apartment on-site)Transitional (3/4) housing; landlord can help apply for medicaid and referrals to local resources for substance abuse, employment, etc.
Family Behavioral Healthcare of IowaDes MoinesBurlington218 N. 3rd Street, Ste 600
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 752-7300• Child/Adolescent Assessments & Therapy, therapy for depression, Anxiety, and Attentional Issues
• Parenting Support, Work and Career issues, Stress Management, Grief and Loss
Insurance will often cover mental health care. Check with insurance company for coverage.
First Resources Corp. OttumwaWapelloOttumwa​102 North Hancock St.
Ottumwa, IA 52501

(641) 682-2800 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centersSubstance Abuse Support Groups are offered at the Hancock office in Ottumwa to enhance continued success of sobriety and prevent relapse.
First Resources Corp. BurlingtonDes MoinesBurlington407 N. 4th St.
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 752-4399 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. FairfieldJeffersonFairfield#1 Lower Level
605B South 23rd St.
Fairfield, IA 52556

(641) 472-4106 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. KeokukLeeKeokuk3437 Main St.
Keokuk, IA 52632

(319) 313-8463 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
First Resources Corp. Mount PleasantHenryMount Pleasant204 South Jefferson, Suite 103
Mount Pleasant, IA 52641

(319) 201-1225 health services; Individual/family therapy; drop in centers
Insight Partnership Group, Mount PleasantHenryMount Pleasant2205 E. Washington
Mount Pleasant, IA 52641

(319) 385-2046
http://insightpartnership.vpweb.comSarah WilsonResidential treatment, money management, day programs, respite care, educationOnly provide services to those with intellectual disabilities or severe mental illness
Insight Partnership Group, BurlingtonDes Moines/Lee Burlington218 Jefferson St. Suite 1E
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 208-1891
http://insightpartnership.vpweb.comChristina WatsonResidential treatment, money management, day programs, respite care, educationOnly provide services to those with intellectual disabilities or severe mental illness
Insight Partnership Group, OttumwaWapelloOttumwa227 W 4th St. Suite 1A
Ottumwa, IA 52501

(641) 954-9769
http://insightpartnership.vpweb.comKimberlee ShawResidential treatment, money management, day programs, respite care, educationOnly provide services to those with intellectual disabilities or severe mental illness
Optimae Southern PrairieAppanoose, Keokuk, Davis, Mahaska, Jefferson, VanBuren, WapelloOttumwa226 West Main St. Suite 201
Ottumwa, IA 52501

(641) 799-2341 Smith
Behavioral health, community services, jail diversion, recovery center, intensive psychiatric rehabilitation, crisis assessments, behavioral health, peer support, community integration, recovery center, supported employment
Optimae Great River RegionLouisa, Des Moines, Lee, HenryFort Madison509 Avenue F
Fort Madison, IA 52627 Torres
Community services, behavioral health, crisis assessment, behavioral health intervention, home health, intensive psychiatric rehabilitation, day habilitation, community integration
Therapy Group, Inc. Counseling ServicesDes MoinesBurlington506 Jefferson St.
Burlington, IA 52601

(319) 209-2084

info@therapygroupinc.comMental health services including:
• Individual, marriage, couple or family therapy, and psychological testing.
• Treatment for depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, divorce/separation, life changes and transitions, medical changes and transitions.
Cost is sometimes covered by insurance.

$151.00 for Initial Evaluation
$147.00 per one-hour Return Session
Young House Family ServicesDes MoinesBurlington, Mt. Pleasant, KeokukMain office:
400 S. Broadway St.
Burlington, Iowa 52601
(319) 752-4000
Toll Free: (844) 870-8046

Christamore Family Treatment Center:
905 South Iris
Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641
(319) 385-2906

Keokuk Office:
629 Blondeau St., Suite #201
Keokuk, IA 52532
(319) 524-2386

Office hours:
M-Th: 8 AM to 4:30 PM
Fri: 8 AM to 4 PM
• Crisis hotlines
• Counseling
• Youth empowerment
• Family services
• Substance abuse program
• Adoption services
• Community Closet stocked with basic needs items
Daily Bread Recovery CenterDes MoinesBurlington1204 Virginia Ave
Burlington, IA 52601 (319 )850-3290
Drug treatment, counseling Mt. Pleasant correctional facility, Ft. Madison, Animosa
Southwest Iowa
Crossroads Behavioral Health ServicesUnionCrestonCreston, Greenfield, Corning, Lamoni, 0r Lenox, offices, please call 641-782-8457.
Winterset office, 102 W. Summit, Winterset, Iowa 50273, please call 515-462-3105.
Osceola office, 405 E. McLane, Osceola, Iowa 50213, please call 641-342-4888. and Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Co-Occurring Disorders
Women’s Group
Substance Abuse Groups
Community Support Groups
Marriage Counseling
Psychiatry/Medication Management
Psychological Testing
OWI Screening, parenting skills
Hope NetPottawatttamieCouncil BluffsPO Box 281
Council Bluffs, IA 51502

(402) 321-1313
www.hopenetministries.orgMentorship, reentry programs for womenChristianWomen only
Jackson Recovery CentersWoodbury/PlymouthSioux City, Cherokee, Denison, Harlan, Le Mars, Onawa800 5th St.
Sioux City, IA 51101

(712) 234-2300 234-2300 or complete online formWalk-in appointments, assessments, consultation
• Women's Center and Santuary Apartments
• inpatient/outpatient
• substance abuse and mental health services
• adolescent resources
Micah HousePottawattamieCouncil Bluffs1415 Avenue J
Council Bluffs, IA 51501

(712) 323-4416 24/7Emergency shelter, credit issues, transitional housing, counseling, parenting skills, health services, computer access, financial classes, legal advice
Oxford House Loess HillsPottawattamieCouncil Bluffs, IA200 S. 1st St.
Council Bluffs, IA 51503

(712) 256-1954 housing, 10 bedsRent is $420/month, Women and children only, required to attend three support meetings per month
Timothy HousePottawattamieCouncil Bluffs1435 N. 15 th St.
Council Bluffs, IA 51501

(712) 322-7570
www.mohmsplace.org2-year transitional living program, support meetings, counseling staffThe Christian Worship Center MinistriesProtestantMust apply and be accepted in order to be part of the program
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