Zion Recovery Services
touching lives and changing futures
Serving: Substance Use Disorder Treatment in Page, Fremont, Montgomery, Cass, Adair and Dallas Counties. Mental Health Services in Cass, Audubon, Guthrie and Dallas Counties.
♦ Zion Recovery Services and Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center will be opening for services on June 29, 2020.
♦ Drug Testing on site will begin June 15, 2020
♦ Mobile Crisis Response will begin responding to calls in person on June 22, 2020
Beginning June 29, 2020 our offices will begin seeing patients either in the office or through telehealth for the following services:
•substance use disorder evaluations •individual and group treatment
•mental health therapy •medication management •problem gambling evaluations
Substance Use Disorder Residential treatment located in Clarinda and the Crisis Stabilization in Woodward remain open and accepting admissions.
Our staff and patient’s health & safety is our top priority. Masks are REQUIRED while in the building. Our staff will be disinfecting the community areas and offices on a regular basis.
Contact us for further questions (712) 243-5091
Emergency Contact (after hours) 844-428-3878
Zion Recovery Services Substance Use Disorder Program
ZION Recovery Services has been an Iowa Department of Public Health licensed substance abuse program since 1981. ZION Recovery Services was rewarded a 3 year accreditation by CARF international which signifies that the organization has met annual conformance requirements for quality standards that enhances the lives of persons served.
ZION Recovery Services maintains a treatment environment which welcomes and enhances the safety and positive self image of patients while preserving their dignity. All persons will be approached with respect and communicated within a manner of courtesy and respect. Priority is given to protecting the rights of all individuals seeking substance use disorder treatment throughout the organizations.
ZION Recovery Services is part of the IDPH Integrated Provider Network, with services funded by the Iowa Department of Public Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
care & services
ZION Recovery Services’ program focuses on patient centered programming, empowering the individual in their personal recovery efforts initiated by joint development of achievable goals. Options are processed with the individual in reference to their treatment involvement, giving them the opportunity for choice to meet their personal needs. We provide a multitude of services to assist an individual with recovery from addiction to prevention programs.
ZION Recovery Services, Inc. adheres to providing quality treatment services and ensures that high risk individuals take priority to treatment. These individuals include pregnant, current intravenous substance users (within the last 30 days), pregnant/intravenous users. Please notify staff if you meet these criteria when seeking substance use services.
Zion is Here for You
ZION maintains seven outpatient offices throughout Southwest Iowa, serving the communities of Atlantic, Red Oak, Greenfield, Shenandoah, Clarinda, Adel, and Perry.
In addition to offering outpatient services, ZION Recovery Services operates an Adult Male Residential and Halfway House facility and a Female Residential Facility located in Clarinda, Iowa.
Are you struggling with an opioid addiction? Medication Assisted Treatment (Methadone, Suboxone) is available close to you. Studies show Medication Assisted Treatment combined with therapy provides the best chance for recovery from opioid addiction. Schedule an assessment today to find out more about Medication Assisted Treatment available at the Atlantic ZION Recovery Services location.
WALK-IN ASSESSMENTS: Mondays: 8AM-12PM DOSING HOURS: Monday-Friday: 7AM-12PM & Saturday: 8AM-10AM
Zion Recovery Services to Expand
Adel, Iowa 9/24/2019 – ZION Recovery Services, who manages Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center based in Atlantic, Iowa, is please to announce expansion of its behavioral health services. Last week Genesis Development announced its intention to transition the provision of all behavioral health activities to a partner organization. The Zion Board of Directors alongside the Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center approved expansion, citing this move aligns with organizational long-term goals and mission. Services which will be moving under the Zion Recovery Services umbrella include: mental health outpatient therapy/medication management in Adel, Perry, and Exira along with the Hope Wellness Center, which provides medication management, transitional housing, crisis stabilization and mobile crisis response in Audubon, Guthrie, and Dallas Counties.
The ZION Recovery Services transition team is working closely with the Heart of Iowa Community Services mental health region administrator, Genesis Development leadership team, and the Department of Human Services Mental Health and Disabilities administrators to ensure a seamless and timely transition. Throughout this transition, announcements will be made regarding updated contact information, locations, scheduling of appointments and mental health crisis support.
ZION Recovery Services has been providing an array of substance use disorder treatment options since 1973 in Southwest Iowa. In 2014, ZION Recovery Services expanded programming to include substance abuse prevention services. In July 2017, ZION Recovery Services integrated mental health services in order to better address co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health issues through taking on management of the Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center.
Taking on behavioral health services formally provided by Genesis Development aligns with ZION Recovery Services mission, which is To strengthen overall wellness through behavioral health intervention, education, and support.
If you have a passion for behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment and would like to learn more about career opportunities at ZION Recovery Services, please click on the employment link for more information.