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The largest addiction treatment center in Iowa, is now backed by the number one program for second chances.

Second chances start here.

For individuals and families who are ready to do the work, Rosecrance offers a legacy of championing hope with a dedicated team of experts wholly committed to helping individuals find lasting recovery.

Give yourself the best chance of success with treatment tailored to you.

Your addiction is as unique as you are. That's why our treatment programs are customized for the individual. Our expert clinicians tailor our curriculum to fit your individual needs, to help you develop the foundational skills to begin a lifelong journey to recovery. Our continuum of care starts with a comprehensive assessment, from there we recommend the level of care and support that’s most appropriate for you. Starting over starts here.

If you have the will, we'll show you the way. Call 712-339-2096

Outcomes-based treatment for teen substance use and mental health disorders.

The teen mind is a growing mind, in a state of constant emotional development which can amplify existing behavioral health issues. Our team is highly trained and professionally credentialed. Rosecrance has over 100 years of experience caring for teens. Our individualized programs provide treatment for the following diagnoses:

A proven leader in providing lasting recovery for teens and adults.  

As part of Rosecrance’s legacy, a proven behavioral health leader in the Midwest, we now offer an unmatched level of experience and hope.

  • Initial assessments and evaluations
  • Residential treatment for substance use disorder for adolescents, adults and women with children
  • Intensive, short-term crisis residential behavioral health treatment for adolescents
  • Outpatient treatment

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  • Licensed halfway houses
  • Medically monitored detoxification
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders
  • Age and gender specific adult and adolescent programs
  • Prevention services

- Substance abuse disorder
- Mood disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Major depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

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If you have the will, we'll show you the way.

You or your loved one's recovery is important to us. We accept most insurance. Our financial case managers make it their mission to get you the help you need. We've been a source of hope for those who need it for decades and we're here for you now.

A proven leader in providing lasting recovery for teens and adults.  


As part of Rosecrance’s legacy, a proven behavioral health leader in the Midwest, we now offer an unmatched level of experience and hope.

  • Initial assessments and evaluations
  • Residential treatment for substance use disorder for adolescents, adults and women with children
  • Intensive, short-term crisis residential behavioral health treatment for adolescents
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Licensed halfway houses
  • Medically monitored detoxification
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders
  • Age and gender specific adult and adolescent programs
  • Prevention services

Leaders in Addiction Treatment.

For your free, confidential consultation, call

712-339-2096

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We are pleased to announce the latest series of our podcast, "On Your Radar," hosted by WGN radio personality John Williams. Each in-depth series will feature relevant, educational subjects covering substance use and mental health topics. We invite you to join us as we explore the latest issues and how to seek expert help.

Series one: Teens in Crisis

Introducing "On Your Radar" the new Rosecrance Podcast

Series 2

Episodes in this series:

April 14 - The Epidemic within the pandemic: What teens are going through

Tom Wright, MD, Rosecrance Chief Medical Officer
Jason Relle, LCPC, Rosecrance Clinical Director, Adolescent Services 

Mary Egan, CADC, Rosecrance Director of Outreach
Jessica Kaffel, Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) counselor at Sandburg and Stagg High schools 

April 28 - Coping with the return to school/normalcy

Carlene Cardosi, LCSW, CADC, Rosecrance Regional President
Sandra Knezevic, CADC, Rosecrance Unit Coordinator

May 19 - Long term behavioral health implications - teen depression and anxiety

Neeva Sandhu, LCPC, CRADC, Rosecrance Clinical Coordinator
Krystle Haviland, Co-Director, Connections Counseling, a Division of Rosecrance

June 9 - Current clinical intervention methods

Mary Egan, CADC, Rosecrance Director of Outreach
Sandi Lybert, Certified Intervention Professional 

June 30 - Getting past “No”

Jason Relle LCPC, Rosecrance Clinical Director
Sandy Riley, Rosecrance Outreach Counselor

July 21 - Healthy family systems

To listen to the podcast, fill out the form below:

Call our team (866) 330-8729

Back to School in the New Normal

This series explores the fear, anxiety, and concerns for educators, students, and parents alike as the school year begins following a year of hybrid schedules and distance learning.

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This two-part series discusses the impact COVID-19 had on thousands of women as they had to leave their jobs to care for children who were distance learning. How many are quietly struggling with anxiety, mental health, and substance use disorders.

Women’s Awareness: The Impact of COVID-19 on Women

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The New Normal explores the impact that pandemic has had on adults and their everyday lives. We discuss young adults, and over 55 adults, who have been more seriously impacted.

This series explores the pandemic's impact on the behavioral health of frontline workers who have remained in their daily roles throughout the crisis.

The New Normal

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Frontline Workers and the Impact of the Pandemic

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Series 6

Post Treatment Life

Here we explore and discuss what life looks like following treatment for substance use and mental health disorders. What to expect? What are some common fears and challenges? What are some of the common misconceptions of living sober?

This series is about the experience that Rosecrance has gained through the various community programs and outreach efforts. Each episode explores a different program and its primary demographic.

Rosecrance Community Impact

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LGBTQ and Behavioral Health

This series addresses behavioral health within the LGBTQ communities.

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