Adult Addiction

The excessive use of drugs or alcohol can easily become a problem that affects every aspect of our lives, even impacting our relationships. When enough is enough, it’s time to get help.

The good news is that substance use disorder is treatable when someone is ready to accept help and willing to work for it. At RiverValley, we offer several ways to help you get back to sobriety and peace.

Here are a few of our services:

Residential Chemical Dependency (RCD) Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Sometimes overcoming addiction takes a higher level of care than routine outpatient services can provide. For those cases, RiverValley offers a residential component for men with a substance use disorder. The RCD-IOP facility has all the feels of home with space for up to 14 men in recovery and provides 20-hours a week of activities designed to ensure sober living and prevent relapse.

The Amethyst Center

Sometimes overcoming addiction takes a higher level of care than routine outpatient services can provide. For those cases, RiverValley offers a residential component for women with a substance use disorder. This facility has all the feels of home with space for 16 women in recovery and 6 infants born to pregnant women in the program. RCD-IOP provides 20-hours a week of activities designed to ensure sober living and prevent relapse.

Outpatient Substance Abuse Services

For individuals with substance use issues, RiverValley conveniently offers both individual and group outpatient counseling sessions. With offices in most counties in our region, you can find the recovery support you need close to home.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Our Medication-Assisted Treatment program utilizes medications in combination with intensive inpatient and outpatient therapies, to provide a person-centered approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Recovery is possible, and our team is here to help.

Melanie Stanishia, APRN and Megan Phelps, APRN
Melanie Stanishia, APRN and Megan Phelps, APRN