“Though no one can go back and make a brand-new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand-new ending.”

– Carl Bard

Watching a loved one abuse or become addicted to alcohol, drugs or other substances is not easy.
It is frightening, exhausting, depressing, confusing, frustrating – and many other emotions all tied together.

If your loved one has admitted
he or she has a problem

If your loved one has admitted he or she has a problem, and wants to seek help, your next step is to immediately contact us to set up an evaluation for admission. 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 recoverycenter@mrhcia.com to provide contact information to request a counselor call them back.

Potential clients or residents seeking admission to the Recovery Center at Manning Regional Healthcare Center must be medically- and mentally-stable and provide health insurance information to determine eligibility.

If your loved one has not admitted
he or she has a problem

If your loved one has not admitted he or she has a problem, the Recovery Center is unable to accept anyone who is not court-ordered or does not voluntarily agree to admission. While no two individuals are the same in their addiction, there is no single best interventional path to take to encourage a family member to seek treatment.

For guidance on how to help your loved one seek treatment, you can call SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) national hotline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357). This hotline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Recovery from addiction is possible. We see it every day. Let us show you how.
(712) 655-2300

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Know the Signs

Are you struggling with addiction or know someone who needs help, but not sure where to turn or what to do next? Recognize the signs by answering a few questions.

ALCOHOLAre you wondering if you or someone you know has an alcohol problem?

Take the Alcoholic Self Test to find out.

Take the Alcoholic Self Test

With 26 questions, this simple self-test is intended to help you determine if you or someone you know needs to find out more about alcoholism.

Take the Alcoholic Self Test

DRUG
Are you wondering if you or someone you love has a drug problem?

Take the Drug Self Test to find out.

Take the Drug Self Test

This simple 20-question self-test may help you to identify if your drug use is a problem or if a friend or family member may have a problem.

Take the Drug Self Test

Substance Abuse in Iowa

0
IOWANS RECEIVE TREATMENT ANNUALLY*
0
DRUG AND ALCOHOL-RELATED EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS ANNUALLY*
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% INCREASE IN DRUG, ALCOHOL AND SUICIDE DEATHS FROM 1999-2015
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RESIDENTIAL BEDS AVAILABLE DAILY AT THE RECOVERY CENTER

* – statistics from 2016