The best way to prevent misuse or addiction to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs is to never start using them. Teaching youth, adults, and communities about healthy behavior and lifestyles is one way we can decrease risky behaviors and prevent addictions.
Sometimes the first step on the road to recovery is physical detoxification of the body from alcohol and/or other drugs. This process can be physically and emotionally stressful and worrisome for loved ones.Learn More
Outpatient services focus on integrating people back into their families, jobs, and communities following residential treatment. Outpatient treatment is also available for individuals not requiring the intensive level of service offered in a residential/inpatient setting.Learn More
At Community and Family Resources, we understand that seeking help can be a very difficult, but rewarding decision. During the course of a lifetime we may all need a shoulder to lean on.Learn More
Problem gambling has been described as one of the most deniable, most hidden addictions; there are often no obvious outward signs. Despite this cloud of secrecy, its devastation is far reaching.Learn More
Community and Family Resources provides opportunities for professionals to reach their full potential through trainings offered to the public. Professional development opportunities focus on keeping professionals abreast of state of the art developments, evidence-based practices, specialized skill training, and behavioral healthcare field trends.Learn More
The staff at Community and Family Resources believes recovery is an on-going process. Because we know that no two people are alike in their needs and goals, treatment is customized to each person's individual situation.
People entering a residential-based substance use treatment program need a place that will offer education, support their efforts, and provide encouragement to interrupt the cycle of addiction and develop the skills necessary for a healthy, productive life. Community and Family Resources offers residential treatment opportunities and programming to help clients complete each step of the recovery process.Learn More
Same-day substance use evaluations are available at our Ames, Des Moines, Fort Dodge and Iowa City offices. No appointment is needed - just come in during the listed days/times for a confidential and comprehensive substance use evaluation.Learn More
CFR offers Sobering Services at the GuideLink Access Center in Iowa City. This short-term program offers a safe, comfortable place where someone can be closely monitored while they withdraw from alcohol or other substances.Learn More
Community and Family Resources offers a variety of specialized behavioral health care services to assist clients in meeting their treatment goals and overcoming challenges. Our professional staff maintains training in evidence-based and state of the art treatment programs designed to “go the extra mile” in order to support clients in the recovery process.Learn More
CFR’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in Iowa City is branded under the name “Synchrony” and offers a valuable resources for local employers and their employees. The EAP helps resolve personal problems before they negatively affect one’s health, relationships with others, or job performance.Learn More
CFR has a longstanding commitment to the families of those in recovery. Combining substance use treatment and housing for families with children means a chance for a family to live in safe, affordable, drug-free housing with ready access to ongoing treatment and support; to stabilize employment and become self-sufficient; and to break the cycle of substance use in the family and embark on a new life.Learn More