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Drug Rehab and treatment centers Information Fairfield, Iowa

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In October 1996, Congress passed the Veterans' Health Care Eligibility Reform Act, paving the way for the Medical Benefits Package plan, available to all enrolled veterans. The Medical Benefits Package emphasizes preventive and primary care, offering a full range of outpatient and inpatient services including drug rehabilitation for veterans that develop drug or alcohol abuse problems.

In addition combat veterans returning from active military service may be eligible to receive free health care services and nursing home care for up to two years, beginning on the date of separation from active military service. This benefit covers all illnesses and injuries except those clearly unrelated to military service (common colds, injuries from accidents that occurred after discharge, disorders that existed before joining the military). If you need treatment for health conditions and your claim is related to combat operations you will be assisted.


Nearby Listings For Fairfield, Iowa

Lucas County Health Center
Lucas County Health Center is an alcohol rehab and drug rehabilitation facility that is located at 1200 North 7th Street Chariton, IA 50049.You can contact Lucas County Health Center by calling (641) 774-3370.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Southern Iowa Economic Development
Southern Iowa Economic Development is an alcohol rehab and drug treatment program that is located at 226 West Main Street Ottumwa, IA 52501.You can contact Southern Iowa Economic Development by calling (641) 682-8741.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Services for Children, Dual Diagnosis, DUI Offenders, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Pathways Behavioral Services Inc
Pathways Behavioral Services Inc is an alcohol rehab and drug treatment center that is located at 209 2nd Avenue NE Independence, IA 50644.You can contact Pathways Behavioral Services Inc by calling (319) 334-6163.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, DUI Offenders, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Covenant Medical Center Horizons
Covenant Medical Center Horizons is an alcohol addiction treatment and drug treatment facility that is located at 2101 Kimball Avenue Waterloo, IA 50702.You can contact Covenant Medical Center Horizons by calling (319) 272-2650.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


New Directions
New Directions is a drug treatment and alcoholism treatment center that is located at 217 6th Avenue South Clinton, IA 52732.You can contact New Directions by calling (563) 243-2124.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Services for Children, Dual Diagnosis
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Heartland Family Service
Heartland Family Service is an alcohol addiction treatment and drug treatment 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 Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Services for Children, Hearing Impaired Clients, Spanish Speaking
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


IA Lutheran Hospital
IA Lutheran Hospital is a drug treatment and alcoholism treatment program that is located at 700 East University 4th Floor Des Moines, IA 50316.You can contact IA Lutheran Hospital by calling (515) 263-2424.
Types of Services Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Hospital Inpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, Women, Men
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Cornerstone Recovery Center
Cornerstone Recovery Center is an alcohol rehabilitation and drug treatment program that is located at 501 SW Ankeny Road Ankeny, IA 50023.You can contact Cornerstone Recovery Center by calling (515) 289-2272x213.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Long-Term Rehab, Services for Children, Dual Diagnosis, Court Appointed Clients
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Great River Medical Center
Great River Medical Center is an alcohol rehabilitation and drug treatment center that is located at 1221 South Gear Avenue West Burlington, IA 52655.You can contact Great River Medical Center by calling (319) 768-3725.
Types of Services Outpatient Services, Services for Children, DUI Offenders
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Prairie Ridge
Prairie Ridge is an alcohol rehabilitation and drug treatment program 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 Services Halfway Housing, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Residential Long-Term Rehab, Pregnant Women, Women, DUI Offenders, Court Appointed Clients, Spanish Speaking
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Cornerstone Recovery
Cornerstone Recovery is an alcohol rehab and drug treatment facility that is located at 1111 University Avenue Des Moines, IA 50314.You can contact Cornerstone Recovery by calling (515) 288-1981.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Services for Children, Court Appointed Clients
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


Manning Regional Healthcare Center
Manning Regional Healthcare Center is a drug addiction treatment and alcohol treatment program that is located at 410 Main Street Manning, IA 51455.You can contact Manning Regional Healthcare Center by calling (712) 655-2300x350.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Drug and Alcohol Day Treatment, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Residential Long-Term Rehab, Hospital Inpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, HIV - AIDS, Gay and Lesbian, Adults Over 50, Women, Men, DUI Offenders
Payment Structure & FormsArmed Forces Insurance


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