Long-term Residential Treatment

Our services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve consumers in Intermediate Residential for up to one year and Dual Disorder Residential for up to six months. We accept Medicaid, Region funding, Probation funding and Self-pay.

Intermediate Residential (IR) Treatment:

We are located in Norfolk, NE. Intended for adults with a primary substance use disorder.  This service is more supportive than therapeutic communities and relies less on peer dynamics in its treatment approach.

Dual Disorder Residential Treatment:

We are located in Norfolk, Nebraska. Intended for adults with a primary substance use disorder and a co-occurring severe and persistent mental illness.  This service is highly structured and provides integrated treatment to stabilize symptoms and engage the individual in a program of maintenance, treatment, rehabilitation and recovery.

Halfway House:

We are located in Norfolk, NE.  Transitional, 24-hour structured recovery facility intended for adults with a primary substance use disorder that have completed a residential treatment program successfully.

Services Provided for Intermediate Residential Treatment:

  • 30 hours of programming per week.
  • Licensed drug and alcohol counselors (PLADC/LADC) provide individual, family and group counseling services.
  • Licensed Registered Nurse provides a health assessment within 24 hours of admission.
  • Case Manager provides individual and group education services. 
  • Certified Peer Support Specialists offer individual and group recovery services.
  • Residential Technicians provide individual and group services.
  • Length of stay is generally up to one year.

Services Provided for Dual Disorder Residential Treatment:

  • 42 hours of programming per week.
  • Dually licensed counselors provide individual, family and group counseling services.
  • Medication Management Provider offers psychiatric services.
  • Licensed Registered Nurse provides a health assessment within 24 hours of admission.
  • Health and Wellness Coordinator provides individual and group education services. 
  • Case Manager provides individual and group education services. 
  • Certified Peer Support Specialists offer individual and group recovery services.
  • Residential Technicians provide individual and group services.
  • Length of stay is generally up to six months.

Services Provided for Halfway House:

  • 10 hours of programming per week.
    • Licensed drug and alcohol counselors (PLADC/LADC) provide individual, family and group counseling services.
    • Case Manager provides individual and group education services.
    • Certified Peer Support Specialists offer individual and group recovery services.
    • Residential technicians provide individual and group services.
    • Length of stay is generally up to 12 weeks.
  • Add section on Treatment Modalities:
    • Individual Counseling
    • Group Counseling
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
    • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
    • Person Centered
    • Seeking Safety
    • Helping Women Recover
    • Beyond Trauma
    • Beyond Anger and Violence
    • A Woman’s Way through the Twelve Steps
    • SMART Recovery

We serve adult women, ages 19 and older who meet the diagnostic criteria for a substance-related disorder. Priority is given to women with a history of IV drug use, current pregnancy and/or current dependent children. Consumers must be able to administer their own medication. Consumers are Nebraska residents, and the majority of those served are from the Region 4 service district, which includes 22 counties in the Northeast Nebraska area.