Cirrus House

As a strength-focused addiction treatment center, Cirrus House helps its patients recognize their strengths and put them to use during their rehabilitation. Outpatient treatment plans are tailor-made for each patient, taking into account their unique set of strengths and how those can best be put to use in addressing any deficits.

Evidence-based therapies and trauma-informed care work together to equip each client with the tools they need to heal from past trauma and move forward into a healthy, sober future. The name “Clubhouse Model” describes their approach to therapy.

Houses of Hope of Nebraska

The Houses of Hope offers a wide range of treatment options for people in Nebraska who are battling substance abuse and/or mental health issues. They can get help finding work, in psychotherapy, 12-step programs, group therapy, skill development, case management, CBT, or community service.

Houses of Hope works with clients to help them move from more restrictive residential care to more flexible sober living environments, during which time they are taught coping mechanisms and independent living skills.

Arch O’Hanlon House

The facility provides inpatient drug treatment and a safe living environment for men at no cost. They assist up to 28 people at once and focus solely on adult males over the age of 18.

Employment counseling, life skill training, individual therapy, group therapy, communication skill building, peer evaluations, educational groups, sporting events, peer-led group discussions, Twelve Step work, onsite and offsite Twelve Step meetings, money management, community resources, and nutritional counseling are all part of the program.

Different programs may use similar treatments, but they are all tailored to the specific requirements of each client and their desired outcome of treatment. The facility has set weekly fees that can be discussed with the admissions team, but the goal of all treatment plans is to keep costs as low as possible without compromising quality.

Omaha Treatment Center

Omaha Treatment Center is a medication-assisted treatment facility that helps men and women in Nebraska who are struggling with opioid use disorders by alleviating their pain, withdrawal symptoms, and cravings. All of their outpatient services are geared toward relieving these issues and keeping patients engaged in their recovery.

Even though they are primarily a methadone clinic, they also provide psychotherapy, support groups, and family-oriented services. Clients are encouraged to invite loved ones who want to learn more about addiction and how they can help their loved ones outside of treatment to these meetings.

Human Services

Each trauma-informed substance abuse treatment plan features a variety of approaches, including holistic care, family involvement, relapse prevention training, peer support, a hotline available 24/7, and therapeutic interventions.

The client, the assigned clinician, and any other treatment providers will collaborate to determine what services are necessary to treat the client holistically and improve their health. If a client requires detoxification services or a program that Human Services does not provide, they may be referred to a different Nebraska drug rehab center.

Sunrise Place

Sunrise Place is a drug rehabilitation center affiliated with Behavioral Health Specialists. Patients with substance abuse problems will receive round-the-clock medical and therapeutic support in a safe, supportive environment.

Clients will engage in a wide variety of therapeutic activities during their time in rehab, including but not limited to individual and group therapy, family programs, educational services, 12-step work, medical detox, relapse prevention education and training, relationship building, life skill development, and more. While most major health insurances and Medicaid are accepted, no patient has ever turned away from Sunrise Place because of the inability to pay for drug and alcohol treatment.

Valley Hope of ONeill

Valley Hope of O’Neill combines addiction education, relapse prevention techniques, evidence-based therapies, and holistic care to promote wellness and treat the client as a whole, addressing substance abuse, alcoholism, and any underlying mental health issues that may have manifested.

Clients have access to a wide range of services, including medication management, pastoral care, group, and individual therapy, counseling, spiritual guidance, 12-step meetings, a host of fun extracurricular activities, and aftercare planning. To ensure that loved ones feel like they are part of the healing process, Valley Hope also provides online family programs.

Bridge Behavioral Health

Although Bridge Behavioral Health’s residential program is only open to men over the age of 19, the organization’s medical withdrawal service is open to both sexes. A client may stay in the residential program for as little as 30 days or as long as 10 months, depending on their individual needs.

Nutritional counseling, family programs, support groups, trauma-informed therapy, skill building, medical care, and aftercare planning are all part of this program.

The withdrawal process is managed by a case manager and supported by medication, counseling, therapy, and education. Current clients and former patients can take advantage of onsite 12-step meetings, continuing care groups, and self-help groups made available by Bridge Behavioral Health.

Hastings Regional Center

Teenage boys and girls ages 13-18 can get help for substance abuse at the Hastings Regional Center. The typical length of a client’s stay is three to four months, though this varies widely depending on the severity of the presenting problem and the client’s level of improvement during their time in treatment.

Clients will have access to a wide variety of treatment options, including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, contingency management, medication support for opioid addiction, medication, and brief strategic family therapy.

At the outset of treatment, we will determine which, if any, of these services will be most helpful in addressing the client’s particular substance abuse issues, and we will use that information to tailor our care throughout their stay.

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