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    Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa - Burlington Office

    The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. 

    A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. 

    Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. 

    Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.

    The Iowa Department of Public Health licenses the Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS) to provide chemical dependency treatment services. Individuals and family members who experience the effects of alcohol and drug dependency may receive ADDS treatment services as well as those persons suffering from compulsive gambling. 

    A screening is provided to each potential client. If the screening finds that the clients best interests may be met by receiving treatment services through ADDS, the person will be accepted for services. If another treatment facility appears more suited to the needs of the person, ADDS staff will refer the client to another program. 

    Residents of Iowa receive ADDS outpatient and residential treatment services on an "ability to pay" basis. Clients pay for services according to a fee schedule determined by the clients own income. Health insurance plans may cover all or part of the cost of treatment. ADDS staff will assist in processing insurance forms. 

    Persons seeking services may access all ADDS programs except residential treatment services through any of its facilities. Residential programs are provided through the ADDS facility in Burlington, Iowa and is located at the Lincoln Center facility.

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    • 1340 Mount Pleasant Street
    • Burlington
    • IA
    • 52601
    • United States

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