Why Choose Jackson?
Jackson has a 30-year history in the Siouxland community of helping families recover from their addictions. Our highly trained staff delivers state-of-the-art addiction treatment. We encourage you to find out more about our programs!
Our programs work
Research shows the most effective programs are those that use a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, 12-Step participation, and family involvement. Jackson utilizes evidence-based treatment approaches, integrates 12-Step participation, and involves the family into a person’s treatment. We are proud of the consistently strong outcomes in our programs.
We offer Medication-assisted treatment
All of our patients have access to medication-assisted treatment and are screened for co-occurring disorders. Our medical staff work with our patients and may prescribe appropriate medications for withdrawal symptoms or mental health disorders in a way that supports their treatment plan.
Our staff are highly trained
All of Jackson’s staff members are highly trained professionals. Many of our therapists are Master’s prepared and licensed. Jackson encourages and supports clinical staff to pursue continuing education and maintains high standards and expectations in regard to training and education.
Jackson is a Iowa private not-for-profit corporation, licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health and Department of Human Services, and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
We encourage family involvement
We believe that addictions are diseases that affect the entire family, so we encourage family members to be involved in the assessment and treatment process.
Treatment services include family groups to provide education and support for families and friends. By being involved, we can help rebuild healthy family relationships so that the entire family can recover together. Just like the person with the problem needs help, loved ones affected by the addiction also need help.
For more information, please contact us at (712) 234-2300 or 1-800-472-9018.