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ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place

ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place

Drug Rehab Center in Clinton, Iowa

  • Substance Abuse
  • Opioid Addiction
  • Mental Health
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcoholism

Hightower Place is an accredited facility located in Clinton, Iowa that provides comprehensive drug rehab services with a multidisciplinary approach of evidence-based practices and aftercare support.

About ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place in Iowa

The Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC) at Hightower Place provides specialized care to individuals struggling with substance abuse, addiction, and mental health issues. The facility offers an evidence-based, comprehensive approach to addiction treatment, providing individualized services such as 12-step facilitation, cognitive behavioral therapy, couples therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, employment counseling, family therapy, group therapy, health education services, hepatitis education, HIV/AIDS education, intervention, matrix model, rational emotive behavioral therapy, substance use counseling, and trauma therapy. In addition, ASAC is CARF-accredited and accepts private health insurance.

ASAC's residential program offers both short-term and long-term services, with programs ranging from 30 days to 12 months. The facility also provides aftercare support, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and sober-living / half-way care. Staff at Hightower Place emphasize holistic care and provide additional services such as alcohol abuse counseling, anger management, discharged planning, life skills, and nutrition therapy. Patients also benefit from access to a range of evidence-based treatments, designed to help them heal mentally and physically. In addition, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is available if necessary.

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    CARF

    The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a non-profit organization that specifically accredits rehab organizations. Founded in 1966, CARF's, mission is to help service providers like rehab facilities maintain high standards of care.

    Conditions and Issues Treated

    A combination of treatments is often needed to treat drug abuse. Some addictions can be treated with counseling and support groups. In other cases, drug abuse can lead to a medical problem and require medical treatment. Treatment for drug addiction typically combines counseling and psychotherapy with medication and behavioral therapies.

    A combination of treatments is often needed to treat drug abuse issues effectively. In the case of drug abuse, there is no easy answer or one-size-fits-all cure.

    Opioid addiction has become a significant health problem in the United States. In 2015, there were 91 opioid overdose-related deaths per day, with a substantial increase in mortality rate in 2014.

    When opioid addiction has reached a point where a person’s life becomes unmanageable, treatment options are available to help them get sober. Treatment that includes medical care with medications and counseling can help a user transition into sobriety.

    Levels of Care Offered

    This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Drug Rehab, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, Residential, Sober-Living / Half-Way, with additional therapies available as listed below.

    One of the first things an addict should do when entering treatment is to abstain from using illicit drugs completely. Depending on the length of time that the person has been using, the addict may have to go through alcohol or drug withdrawal. Fortunately, detox doesn’t have to be done alone, and withdrawal symptoms can be managed medically in an inpatient or outpatient setting. While detox may be uncomfortable, it is not life-threatening. Detoxification allows the addict to rid the body of all traces of drugs or alcohol and gives the addict a clean slate for their recovery.

    Inpatient treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction is an option that provides the addict with a supportive environment in which they can stop using. After detox, an inpatient treatment center provides a structured environment for the addict to recover from their addiction and begin taking steps toward a lifetime of sobriety.

    This type of treatment is appropriate for addicts that are most in need of intensive care and supervision. This includes those who were unable to quit on their own, those who need more structure than they can get in outpatient treatment, and those whose addiction has led them into legal trouble or severe health problems.

    The Intensive Outpatient Program offered by ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place is designed for those who need intensive care but would rather get it in the comfort of their own home. The treatment programs vary in duration and intensity and can be tailored to suit the patient’s needs. The program includes regular visits to the facility, though the overnight stay is not needed. IOP is suitable for patients who have been treated in residential treatment programs and are in the transition phase. It helps the patient live at home and discharge some work or school responsibilities even while undergoing treatment. The patients gradually get back to their routine life with the support of a friend or family member.

    Outpatient treatment is often used for drug addicts in drug rehab. Outpatient treatment consists of counseling and therapy sessions. This form of treatment is also called ‘day-treatment’. The outpatient treatment process begins with the addict’s initial detox period, lasting about ten days.

    Outpatient treatment is used for those who are at moderate risk for ‘slipping back’ into the addiction, for those who:

    • Are not currently experiencing any side effects from withdrawal and can handle social pressure
    • Can handle stressors that might trigger relapse
    • Have a stable living environment or have moved out of their previous environment, which was not conducive to being sober
    • Have a support system that allows them to go to a facility a few times a week while still keeping their current responsibilities
    • Have no legal obligations, being either on parole or probation, that require them to seek treatment at a mandatory facility
    • Are not currently experiencing any side effects from withdrawal and can handle social pressure
    • Have a stable living environment or have moved out of their previous environment, which was not conducive to being sober

    Sober living homes, also known as halfway houses, provide recovering people with a structured drug-free environment to live in that bridges inpatient rehab and the much less structured world of outpatient rehab. Sober living homes offer a person early in recovery the opportunity to practice recovery skills in a safe environment.

    The atmosphere in sober living homes is less restrictive than in an inpatient facility. Members have to follow many rules, including not drinking and using drugs and paying rent and bills. There is no limit to the period of stay. As long as you stay, you should follow the rules because it’s the opportunity for individual and group sobriety.

    Residential treatment programs are those that offer housing and meals in addition to substance abuse treatment. Rehab facilities that offer residential treatment allow patients to focus solely on recovery, in an environment totally separate from their lives. Some rehab centers specialize in short-term residential treatment (a few days to a week or two), while others solely provide treatment on a long-term basis (several weeks to months). Some offer both, and tailor treatment to the patient’s individual requirements.

    Intervention Programs can be beneficial for those who are not prepared to engage in a recovery program. The individual’s friends and family will call and set up an intervention in or near Clinton, and at which a specialist will come and lead the discussion. Interventions help family members motivate those affected to seek external support.

    People involved in substance abuse usually deny the harmful effects of their changed behavior. They believe they can overcome addiction alone. This, however, can be difficult without external help. Intervention services deploy professionals to help organize meetings between individuals and family members. Family members converse openly with the affected individual and express concern for them. They explain different treatment options and persuade the individual to act immediately.

    Completing a drug or alcohol rehab program is only the first step. Then comes aftercare support. These services include sober living accommodations, career counseling, and AA/NA programs for those struggling with sobriety or who want help maintaining it after initial rehab at an addiction facility.

    They can last up to a year or more depending on what’s needed most urgently after the earlier stages are completed.

    Therapies & Programs

    Because no single treatment is effective for all addicts, the goal of treatment and therapy should be to figure out what works best for each individual. Tolerance and withdrawal levels differ from person to person, affecting the treatment intensity required. Addiction treatment should aim to help addicts develop healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with their addiction and its underlying causes.

    Couples therapy works with clients and significant others in a professional capacity to improve relationship dynamics. This can be helpful for addicts who are trying to marry the idea of recovery into their work, family, social lives – any aspect that has to do with relationships. Through counseling sessions, addicts will have an opportunity to talk about their addiction with professional partners.

    Family therapy is beneficial for people who are in addiction treatment services because it offers addicts the opportunity to work with their family members to better understand what led them to make choices that contributed to their addiction.

    This type of therapy helps family members reach a deeper understanding of how they can best support their loved one during recovery. It also helps the addict better understand their own motivations and triggers that led them to turn to substance abuse.

    Family therapy can help addicts in the following ways:

    • Assists family members in processing difficult feelings so they don’t blame or resent recovering addicts
    • Assists family members in understanding how addiction has impacted the addict and everyone who is involved with them
    • Allows the addict to take responsibility for their actions, while encouraging improved communication skills
    • Helps family members understand how to best support an individual in recovery so addicts don’t relapse again.

    Group therapy can help build a stronger support system and give addicts in Clinton, IA insight into their addiction that they gain through shared conversations. Group therapy occurs in a controlled group environment, exclusive of one on one meetings. This makes it safer for patients to feel comfortable sharing the struggles they’re going through and gaining perspective.

    Trauma therapy is beneficial for people who are recovering from drug addiction because it helps them heal from past traumas that may have caused them to turn to harmful substances or led them to experience negative emotions that contributed to their destructive behaviors.

    This type of treatment works by processing difficult experiences so individuals can learn how to process these events without having to turn to substances for coping.

    Trauma therapy can help addicts in the following ways:

    • Helps individuals understand their experiences and emotional responses to difficult events, including why they turned to drugs or alcohol
    • Provides them with comfort and support while working through difficult emotions related to these traumatic experiences
    • Offers an opportunity for addicts to have a voice and be heard, which can improve their self-esteem
    • Can help them develop coping skills so they can better respond to triggers instead of turning to substance abuse.

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that helps patients understand the relationship between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It is beneficial for those whose addictions and behaviors stem from severe mental health issues. The term “Dialectic” means the integration of opposites. In substance abuse, DBT refers to accepting the patient’s addiction and working to change their thoughts and behavior. It improves life skills such as controlling intense emotions without reacting impulsively, resolving interpersonal conflicts effectively, and promoting awareness about self and others.

    Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a technique that is used to help people with addiction. Specifically, it is a way of identifying thoughts and behaviors that cause the addiction. It is typically used in an individual counseling session.

    The content explains cognitive behavioral therapy and how it works to address some behaviors that may be leading to unintended consequences in their life, as well as its benefits for those seeking sobriety.

    It works by helping people to talk through their issues and addressing the thoughts that cause said behaviors. It is an excellent way of learning about oneself and one’s perception of the world.

    Addicts seeking sobriety can find quick results with Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy. This type of counseling offered by ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place replaces negative and self-limiting thoughts with positive and productive behaviors. This allows addicts to move forward without having to deal with ongoing treatment throughout their lives. Individuals who are seeking sobriety can find quick results with Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy.

    Life Skills Services assist addicts in their recovery by teaching them healthy coping mechanisms that will aid them in becoming sober, focussing on helping people enter into, and maintaining long-term sobriety. Drug Treatment Centers provide Life Skills Services at varying levels of intensity, specific to the needs and requirements of each patient.

    The benefits of Life Skills Services offered at ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place:

    • Restores hope and empowerment — Helps addicts believe that recovery is possible and instills a new confidence in their ability to achieve a positive, drug-free future
    • Enhances family involvement — Encourages families to get involved in the recovery process and supports their understanding and encouragement of healthy behavior.
    • Increases patient’s compliance — Helps patients take responsibility for and ownership of their recovery and encourages continued progress
    • Reduces relapse rates — Encourages long-term abstinence and emphasizes the importance of establishing sober support systems.

    The 12-step program is a common method used to treat addiction. It is successful for many people and includes acknowledging the problem, making changes, and honesty. The program is available in most cities in the United States and helps those addicted to drugs or alcohol achieve sobriety. In this program, peers help each other achieve the goal of abstinence.

    The 12 steps dictate that individuals accept that they are addicts and understand the consequences of their addiction. They then work towards recovery and make amends to others they have hurt. The process of cognitive restructuring helps individuals change their negative thoughts into positive ones. The 12-step program provides the benefit of building a support network, which is essential for recovery.

    It’s important to remember that malnutrition can affect your mood and energy level, which affects your desire to get sober. Good nutrition helps keep your body strong against the familiar ravages of drug use–tuberculosis, hepatitis, abscesses, infections, etc. — as well as the physical symptoms of withdrawal. If you’re eating right, you’ll have more energy for productive activities and will have more strength to fight cravings.

    Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) has many benefits for drug addicts who also choose to quit smoking. It is an effective technique at this treatment center that provides smokers with the nicotine they are addicted to without inhaling carcinogens from cigarettes to wean them off entirely. You can reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer, irritability, bone loss, stroke, type II diabetes, fertility in women, an enhanced sense of taste and smell.

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    ASAC - Area Substance Abuse Council - Hightower Place Location and Directions
    Address Information2727 South 19th Street
    Clinton, Iowa 52732 Phone Number(563) 242-2042 Meta DetailsUpdated June 11, 2024
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    Clinton, Iowa Addiction Information

    Iowa ranks 2nd lowest in the nation for illicit drug use, but 12% of its residents are still using these drugs every single year. Methamphetamines account for more than 90% of all drug-related prison admissions in Iowa. Alcohol is the most widely abused substance in the state, with 23% of residents admitting to heavy drinking.

    58.2% of Clinton residents feel that drugs are a big problem in the area. The most commonly abused drugs are methamphetamines, heroin, cocaine, etc. However, some prescription drugs are commonly abused, such as oxycodone and hydrocodone. 9% of people in Clinton, reported using drugs on average. Drug-related deaths are near about 25 people dying every year. For treatment, there are inpatient and outpatient programs, and residential and non-residential programs available.

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