The Recovery Center at Manning Regional Healthcare Center does not discriminate individuals based on race, religion, nation of origin or sexual preference.
Admissions to the Recovery Center are made through a referral system. Referrals can come from medical providers, a hospital or treatment facility, or from the addicted individuals themselves. Potential clients or residents seeking admission must be medically and mentally stable and provide health insurance information to determine eligibility.
How to Refer
Individuals who wish to refer themselves to the facility can do so through a phone call to a Recovery Center admissions representative at (712) 655-2300. Or, they can e-mail email@example.com to provide contact information to request a counselor call them back. Complete the Online Intake Form to expedite the admissions process.
The Recovery Center is a private, not-for-profit, community organization accepting the following payment options:
- Most major health insurance plans
- Medicaid reimbursement
- Title 19
- Private pay
For more information on payment options, financial assistance or for assistance verifying insurance coverage, contact the Recovery Center at (712) 655-2300 or (712) 655-2072.
For Medical Providers and Other Treatment Facilities
The Recovery Center receives numerous referrals from outside agencies each day. For the quickest response to your referral request, please include (at a minimum) the following information, or complete the Online Intake Form:
- Referral Contact Information
- Your Name
- The Name of Your Facility
- Your Contact Information
- E-mail Address
- Mailing Address
- Client Demographics or Hospital Face Sheet that Includes (at a minimum)
- Client Name
- Client Date of Birth
- Client Address
- Client Contact Information
- Insurance Information*
*Note: Iowa Health and Wellness will not cover residential SA treatment. Clients with Medicaid must be “medically exempt” in order for services to be covered.
- Substance Abuse Assessment Findings that Includes
- A comprehensive (ASAM based) assessment with risk ratings that warrant residential placement.
- A list of current medications.
- Doctor to Doctor
- Must perform a doctor to doctor when client is discharged/transferred to the Recovery Center
Once Recovery Center staff receive a referral or completed Online Intake Form, that information is screened and prioritized by a team consisting of representatives from medical, clinical and administrative staff. When a referral is accepted, the individual will be contacted and given a time frame for admission. If a referral is declined, the individual or referring agency will be notified of the reason.
This time frame for admission is approximate and determined by looking at current census (how many beds are available) and current length of the waiting list. Once a spot is projected to be open, an intake appointment is scheduled. If a client misses his or her intake appointment, he/she may be placed at the bottom of the waiting list.
In preparation for admission, Recovery Center residents are asked to bring personal items and prescriptions with them for their stay.
The staff at the Recovery Center work with each resident to ensure a smooth admissions process. A full-time admissions representative will coordinate payment and insurance, check-in time and date, and assist with any necessary paperwork to ensure a successful stay and recovery.
To be accepted for treatment at the Recovery Center, a client must:
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Be sufficiently able to perform his/her own ADL’s (activities of daily living).
- Have a primary substance abuse related diagnosis.
- Be medically stable.
- Be free of significant cognitive impairment as to fully participate in CBT programming.
Restrictions that Deny Admission
The following admissions restrictions apply:
- Individuals currently on the sex offender registry are not accepted.
- Individuals currently under mental health residential civil commitment are not accepted. However, individuals under current substance abuse civil commitment ARE accepted if all other requirements are met.
- Individuals determined to be indigent may not be accepted – unless he/she has previously arranged, verifiable placement acceptance in a safe environment.
- Have a history of significant violence that might put other clients or staff at risk.