Ivory Plains Recovery Center in Adair aims to be one of Iowa's premier addiction recovery programs.
Our care approach is catered to the individual, not the diagnosis. We combine clinical, psychiatric, medical, and holistic treatments to create a custom program for each client.
Here you’ll gain valuable life skills, build self-esteem, and find the support community you need to help you navigate life in recovery.
Heal Through Our Comprehensive Treatment Program
At Ivory Plains, you will begin the work to address the underlying issues that played a role in your substance use and self-defeating behaviors. We will use a variety of therapeutic techniques and evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness techniques to help kickstart the healing process while preparing you for long-term sobriety.
Addiction impacts every part of your life. Things like relationships, mood, employment, and self-esteem will all suffer. Our clinical team is here to help you identify these issues while we work together to overcome and heal from the damage addiction has caused in your life. We approach addiction and co-occurring disorders with a variety of evidence-based treatments. This program includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing, amongst others.
Your physical health falls off when you are in the midst of addiction. But physical activity has been proven to help you to heal faster from your medical conditions, lower your stress levels, and restore your brain function.
Addiction doesn’t end when you leave our facility. Learn the life skills that you can apply to your life away from Ivory Plains to aid in your ongoing recovery. You will learn how to set goals and deal with daily tasks and pressures that can trigger a relapse. Your self-esteem and sense of independence will grow with your newly acquired skills.
Navigating through your first year of recovery is all about risk management. We want you to know that we will continue to be here to help. We will regularly keep in touch with you and will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with resources that will help to support you in your ongoing recovery.