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Youth and Shelter Services Inc
About Treatment Center
Youth and Shelter Services Inc is a reputable and accredited addiction treatment facility in Ames, Iowa. The goal of Youth and Shelter Services Inc is to change the life of an addict for the better by giving the proper guidance and treatment methods required for a successful recovery.
Treating addictions, whether to drugs or alcohol, requires conducting a thorough patient assessment in order to determine what sort of treatment program will benefit the patient the most. Constructing a future that is free of alcohol and drug use begins with a solid foundation and that foundation can be found at Youth and Shelter Services Inc.
After meeting with an addiction counselor, the patient will get a customized treatment plan just for them and their unique case. Addiction treatment at Youth and Shelter Services Inc is available to patients between the ages of Adolescents and treatment can be designed based on the age of the patient.
By developing coping mechanisms throughout treatment, patients can reenter society feeling confident and assured which is essential when wanting to maintain long-lasting sobriety. Accomplishing the end goal of obtaining sustained sobriety is possible with the help of professional treatment.
The disease of addiction is a serious one and one that requires intense treatment in order to overcome. By providing the support and guidance needed as well as providing comprehensive treatment, patients will have the opportunity to begin a new more promising life path. There is a life beyond substance abuse, but it takes the help of professional addiction treatment in order to discover that new life.
It’s never too late to attend treatment. Whether the patient has been an addict for one year or five years, the addiction counselors at Youth and Shelter Services Inc can help. With innovative treatment options available to patients, the chances of recovering from drug and alcohol addiction are likely, but it also requires the dedication and positive mindset of the individual in order to obtain long-lasting recovery.
At Youth and Shelter Services Inc, quality treatment is never compromised. With the guidance and support of compassionate staff members, patients will feel content when they enter treatment at Youth and Shelter Services Inc.It’s time to take control of the life being lived and seeking treatment is the best decision to take.
804 Kellog Avenue, Ames Iowa, 50010
- Contact: Jason Haglund
- (515) 233-4930
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Rehab Center Details
- Smoking not permitted
- Transitional housing or halfway house
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Long-term residential
- Short-term residential
- Lesbian gay bisexual or transgender (LGBT)
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Accepts clients on opioid medication
- Anger management
- Brief intervention approach
- Clients referred from the court/judicial system
- Contingency management/motivational incentive
- Family Addiction Counseling
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Marital/couples counseling offered
- Motivational interviewing
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Relapse Prevention
- Use methadone/buprenorphoine for pain management or emergency dosing
Access to recovery (ATR) voucher, American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Military insurance, Private health insurance, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors), State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa.
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