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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Danville, Iowa

If illicit or prescription drug abuse is destroying your life, Danville has some top drug abuse programs to help you or someone you love. Whether addicted to Vivitrol, opioids, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best help available. You can even find exclusive or executive treatment in Danville to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Danville, IA

Alcohol Drug Dependency Services Of Southeast Iowa
1340 Mt. Pleasant Street Burlington, IA 52601
- 10 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Iowa

The Abbey

The Abbey treats the whole person - mind, body and spirit. Phenomenal program seamlessly addresses your addiction AND mental health issues. Professional, knowledgable, and compassionate staff tailors your treatment to your specific needs. Highly motivated clientele. Lovely, comfortable setting. Amazing food. I could not ask for more. The Abbey changed my life.

- Holly
5 out of 5
Bettendorf, IA

First Resources Corporation - Treatment and Recovery

good courcuels..bad food

- Anonymous
3.7 out of 5
Ottumwa, IA

Prairie Ridge Integrated Behavioral Healthcare

I have heard from others in town that Prairie Ridge does a good job working with the rehab patients and their families, I have experience with the type of facility, and think they do a good job working with the families. They make people feel welcome and help them on their journey to quit addiction. They have staff that cares about patients and families. They are able to serve different needs and accommodate people while they quit smoking, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, etc. However, they need more doctors.

- Anonymous
4.3 out of 5
Mason City, IA