The search for the best rehab centers across the nation brings us to Nebraska. Especially popular are rehab centers that offer classes on intervention, prevention, and family support to help all those who might be touched by the disease of addiction. Again, we looked at criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, found the 10 best rehabs in Nebraska.
O’Neill Valley Hope is a residential treatment center that is part of Nebraska’s Valley Hope Association. Their beautiful rural setting allows recovering substance abusers to get away from the stress of urban living and into an environment separate from where they may have felt compelled to use. They offer a variety of treatment options to individuals ages 16 and up. Clients who have been through treatment are encouraged to return for monthly Renewal Days held the first Friday of each month.
Lutheran Family Services is a not-for-profit organization that offers behavioral health help including outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment as well as family support education for those whose lives are affected by substance abuse and addiction. They are open to anyone committed to changing their lives.
For 50 years St. Monica’s has been providing behavioral health treatment to women who suffer from substance abuse and/or co-existing mental health issues. They charge on a sliding scale based on the income of a client, if she’s able to pay, and according to available funding.
Bryan Independence Center, a hospital-based substance abuse treatment facility, offers around-the-clock nursing, access to medical care, detox, and residential programs for both adolescents and adults. Clients can also work with the facility’s chaplain, teacher, and dietary services. Unique to the center is that they are the only providers for adolescents in the county’s Juvenile Drug Court.
Formerly know as Cornhusker Place, The Bridge Behavioral Health is a drug and alcohol treatment center. Clients first go through a medically supervised withdrawal process that can take up to 7 days depending on the individual’s specific needs. Clients can then either participate in short- or long-term residential treatment or an outpatient treatment program. After treatment, clients are encouraged to continue in Recovery Support, an after-care service with the goal to aid in continued recovery.
The Friendship House is a halfway house for men recovering from substance abuse. As a licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider, it seeks to provide a safe environment for men for 6 to 12 months as they work toward returning to sober and productive lives. Fees for room and board are just $15 per day.
A private non-profit corporation, Blue Valley Behavioral Health provides service to fifteen counties in southeastern Nebraska. They offer outpatient, intensive outpatient, and aftercare treatment for those seeking recovery from drug and alcohol dependency. They also provide a substance abuse education group and youth assistance program, both of which teach about substance abuse consequences and intervention.
Omaha Treatment Center is a licensed and accredited facility for the treatment of opioid addiction. Their treatment consists of outpatient counseling and medical care; clients participate in counseling and receive medications—usually methadone—to aid in alleviating withdrawal symptoms and to speed up the recovery process.
This substance abuse treatment facility provides a variety of services, including medicine-assisted treatment, adolescent and adult substance abuse treatment, psychological services, counseling, and biofeedback. First Step also gives alcohol and drug education classes for both adolescents and adults.
This non-profit corporation provides programs, services, and activities with the main purpose of helping those that struggle with drug and alcohol addictions as well as anyone else who may be affected by the addiction. CNCAA offers intervention classes for families and friends that think they might need to intervene with a loved one in addition to youth programs, AA meetings, and Al-Anon meetings.