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Human Services Inc

419 West 25th Street, Alliance, Nebraska, 69301
For more than 25 years, Human Services, Inc. has been providing the Western Nebraska area with highly effective substance abuse treatment. The rehab is continuously improving its programs for adult men and women through education and research, and is committed to offering the highest levels of care available. Services include inpatient treatment, outpatient services and transitional housing. The goal of treatment is to improve each client’s sense of spiritual awareness, as well as teach healthy coping methods designed to deal with the stresses of everyday life.

Facility Highlights

  • Step Down Program
  • Family Program
  • Transitional Program


  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
  • Outpatient

    Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Facility Settings

  • Average Location/Amenities

Meet the Staff

    Glenda L. Day, MA, LADC, NCACII, CCDCII, ICADCExecutive Director/Counselor
    Glenda had been the Executive Director and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) with Human Services, Inc since December of 1985.
  • Colleen S. Hood, BA, LADC, ICADC, CCJS
    Colleen S. Hood, BA, LADC, ICADC, CCJSAssistant Director/Counselor
    Colleen began working at Human Services, Inc in August of 1995. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the state of Nebraska.

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Based in Alliance, Neb., Human Services, Inc. (HSI) provides residential and outpatient treatment to individuals struggling with substance use disorder or co-occurring disorders. The facility also has a transitional living program, however detoxification services are not offered on-site. Clients must be medically stable and substance-free for at least three days prior to admission.


Treatment at HSI is abstinence-based and trauma-informed, and the rehab is among the 37.6 percent of treatment facilities in Nebraska to provide programming for clients who have experienced trauma.

HSI provides intervention services and a 24-hour crisis line. Upon admission, all clients begin with a comprehensive substance abuse assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. Financial arrangements must be made and a negative TB statement must be provided prior to admission.

HSI is one of just 18 treatment facilities in Nebraska (14.4 percent) to provide non-hospital residential treatment that's short-term. Length of stay varies depending on each client's needs, and transitional programming is offered for up to a year and acts as an alternative to legal confinement or as a general relapse prevention aid.

Outpatient options include an intensive outpatient program (IOP), which accepts both adults and adolescents and can last between eight to 12 months. HSI is one of just 40 facilities in Nebraska (only 32 percent) to offer an IOP. General outpatient services are also available, as is a family program for loved ones.


Human Services, Inc.'s treatment team includes an executive director who doubles as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, as well as a small staff of other certified professionals.


Clients at HSI share bedrooms equipped with twin beds and an armoire. Clients also have access to meeting rooms, a kitchen, a fenced-in backyard, and a ping-pong table. Cell phones are not permitted, and clients may not make or receive phone calls until they have been in the program for 15 days. Smoking is allowed in designated areas.


The majority of clients surveyed by Rehabs.com to date (eight out of nine) gave HSI positive feedback. They described the treatment as effective, particularly when it came to addressing trauma, and indicated that staff were caring and knowledgeable "I had previous trauma that I was unable to deal with until I went to HSI," A.K. wrote in a representative review. "The counselors were attentive to my needs and helped me work through all my grief and trauma of my past."

HSI also fared well on Google[1], where it earned an average rating of four out of five stars based on 11 reviews. Of the clients who left comments, all but one reported positive experiences, including Jessica who wrote: "This place saved my life. Yes the program is intense but it works. They take sobriety seriously here, it's life or death."


N.B., the one staff member polled by Rehabs.com to date, gave HSI positive feedback. "I worked for HSI twice and both times was treated with respect and understanding," they wrote.


According to the facility's website, most insurance plans are accepted, and the maximum discount for financial fees is 90 percent. All referred clients must bring $25 for an initial drug screen, and residential clients must have $40 for laundry and phone fees.

[1] GoogleReviews

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