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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Waterloo, Nebraska

If illicit or prescription drug dependence is negatively impacting your work and home life, Waterloo has a number of top drug abuse clinics to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Desoxyn, opiate drugs, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get excellent help available. You can even find private or exclusive treatment in Waterloo to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Waterloo, NE

Start Fresh Recovery
2827 South 88th Street Omaha, NE 68124
- 14 Miles Away
CHI Health Clinic Psychiatric Associates (Lakeside)
16909 Lakeside Hills Court Omaha, NE 68130
- 6 Miles Away
Spence Counseling Center
12035 Q Street Omaha, NE 68137
- 11 Miles Away
Arbor Family Counseling, A Trivium Life Services Company
11605 Arbor Street Ste 106 Omaha, NE 68144
- 11 Miles Away
BAART Programs Omaha West
11215 John Galt Blvd. Omaha, NE 68137
- 12 Miles Away
BAART Programs Omaha West
11215 John Galt Boulevard Omaha, NE 68102
- 12 Miles Away
Valley Hope of Omaha
7703 Serum Ave Omaha, NE 68127
- 13 Miles Away
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Northpoint Nebraska
7215 Ontario Street Omaha, NE 68124
- 14 Miles Away
Northpoint Omaha
8710 Frederick Street Omaha, NE 68124
- 14 Miles Away
Gregory D Tvrdik PC
9802 Nicholas street Omaha, NE 68114
- 14 Miles Away
Inroads To Recovery
2808 North 75th Street Omaha, NE 68134
- 15 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Nebraska

Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc.

For clarification, it was intensive outpatient treatment

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Lincoln, NE

Human Services, Inc.

These post\'s make me sick this is a non-profit organization, meaning donations that come to them supply you with the help you obviously need... Beginning the program and then resenting this kind selfless staff while refusing to try the methods they are trained in after a lifetime of continuous school and sessions with clients, you apparently know every method and reasoning to your life choices that lead you to this facility. You are childish and petty for posting false rumors about people who take a beating from people such as you, and will continue after you leave that facility to help if you are willing to help yourself. These women spend most of their adult lives contributing more time to individuals who either were never given a chance or never gave themselfs a chance, then their own families who deserve their attention. They have delt with thousands of people with millions of challanges in their lives, few of which care for their opinion and expertise which leads them into a dark statistic of almost 70% relapse rate along with a close to matching death rate. The odds are frighteningly against the very common know it all client blaming YOUR problems... If you cannot accept that maybe there are people who can show you tuff love and turn around and show you true compassion along with a way to a potential remedy, then do them a favor and don\'t ask for help. For me and any addiction in my past along with my future has full faith in that facility.

- Tyler
5 out of 5
Alliance, NE

St. Monica's Behavioral Health Services for Women

St. Monica\'s saved my life. Their program was very effective for me in my recovery. There are always staff that people may not mesh with but overall, I loved all the women and staff that helped me learn to live a better life. I am now back in the community providing services to many others who are dealing with the disease of addiction and I am beyond grateful to St. Monicas for making all of this possible. I sincerely hope all of the women who have been residents at St. Monica\'s since my leaving (2021) have all found the support and education they needed to live free from addiction. <3

- Amanda
5 out of 5
Lincoln, NE