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Drug Rehab and treatment centers Information Fairfield, Iowa

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Spanish speaking rehab centers specialize in helping people that have discovered within themselves the will to beat addiction, but are still searching for a way. The concept of a Spanish speaking drug and alcohol rehab has been around for over sixty years. The clients are usually bi-lingual in English and Spanish to some degree, but often a client comes in with very limited English. Counseling and questionnaires as well as information papers are offered in both languages, and the group sessions will use both languages as needed. Care is taken to be aware of the cultural diversity in vocabulary within both English and Spanish languages.

There are several different approaches to rehabilitation, but the common goal is to help people that are addicted to damaging substances learn to live happy being drug-free. Spanish speaking drug rehabilitation facilities are often completely bilingual and provide care in a culturally relevant setting. They service clients from all socio-economic backgrounds, and are committed to addressing issues relating to domestic violence, aftercare counseling, as well as housing and job development to allow the individual a functional place in his or her community.

Spanish and Latino family counseling is often the first step in making a genuine effort to stay free of alcohol and drugs. Therefore, participants are encouraged to maintain and protect their sobriety under specific guidelines. The program combines education with group therapy and individual counseling to help the client understand the addiction process. Spanish speaking programs teach its clients how to put an end to their addiction in order to maintain abstinence and achieve their treatment goals. Clients are also exposed to healthy life choices and taught how to apply these new choices to their lives.


Nearby Listings For Fairfield, Iowa

Heartland Family Service
Heartland Family Service is an alcohol treatment and drug rehabilitation program that is located at 515 East Broadway Council Bluffs, IA 51503.You can contact Heartland Family Service by calling (712) 322-1407.
Types of ServicesSpanish Speaking
Payment Structure & Forms Medicaid Assistance, Medicare Assistance, Armed Forces Insurance, Private Pay Health Insurance, Self Payments, Sliding-Scale Fee, Help with Payments


Center for Behavioral Health Iowa Inc
Center for Behavioral Health Iowa Inc is an alcohol rehabilitation and drug rehab facility that is located at 1200 University Street Suite 106 Des Moines, IA 50314.You can contact Center for Behavioral Health Iowa Inc by calling (515) 244-9500.
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Prairie Ridge
Prairie Ridge is a drug rehab and alcohol rehab center that is located at 320 North Eisenhower Avenue P.O. Box 1338 Mason City, IA 50402.You can contact Prairie Ridge by calling (641) 424-2391.
Types of ServicesSpanish Speaking
Payment Structure & Forms Medicaid Assistance, Armed Forces Insurance, Private Pay Health Insurance, Self Payments, Sliding-Scale Fee


Mid Eastern Council on Chemical Abuse
Mid Eastern Council on Chemical Abuse is a drug treatment and alcohol rehabilitation center that is located at 430 Southgate Avenue Iowa City, IA 52240.You can contact Mid Eastern Council on Chemical Abuse by calling (319) 351-4357.
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