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UnityPoint Health - IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center

The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is an effective and supportive addiction treatment center that enables clients to find a full and operable recovery process that is lasting and permanent.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is both inpatient and outpatient.

The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center offers a comprehensive and supporting detox approach that is workable and effective.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is most well recognized for being a multiple approach, evidence oriented, results based, tailor structured, varied, essentially customizable drug and alcohol addiction and dependence detox facility, treatment center, recovery location, rehabilitation program, and state certified addiction prevention community.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center can be paid for with self pay, or it can be covered with private health insurance from Assurant Health Plan and Community, United Behavioral Health Plan, Great Western American Health Insurance, American Health Care, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Insurance, GEHA Health Plans and Policies, APS Health Care Insurance, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, and Coventry Insurance PPO.

The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is an effective and supportive addiction treatment center that enables clients to find a full and operable recovery process that is lasting and permanent.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is both inpatient and outpatient.

The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center offers a comprehensive and supporting detox approach that is workable and effective.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center is most well recognized for being a multiple approach, evidence oriented, results based, tailor structured, varied, essentially customizable drug and alcohol addiction and dependence detox facility, treatment center, recovery location, rehabilitation program, and state certified addiction prevention community.  The UnityPoint Health IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center can be paid for with self pay, or it can be covered with private health insurance from Assurant Health Plan and Community, United Behavioral Health Plan, Great Western American Health Insurance, American Health Care, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Insurance, GEHA Health Plans and Policies, APS Health Care Insurance, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, and Coventry Insurance PPO.

Address

  • Virginia at Franklin Street
  • Normal
  • IL
  • 61761
  • United States

Contact

  • Telephone: (309) 888-0993
UnityPoint Health - IL Institute for Addiction Recovery at the BroMenn Medical Center

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention

Normal

Normal 12-Step | Normal Outpatient

Illinois Types of Services

Partial hospitalization/day treatment | Twelve Steps | Outpatient | Substance Abuse Treatment

Illinois Treatments by Gender and Age

Men | Women

Prevention and Other Services

Illinois Addiction Association & Accreditation

Illinois Types of Payments

Illinois Rehabs Covered by Private Health Insurance | Self Payment

Illinois Special Services

Person with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders

Illinois Types of Insurance

Medicare | United Health Care

Illinois Counties

McLean County

Illinois Cities

Normal

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.