SIOUX CITY | Jackson Recovery Centers has announced that it will merge its Denison, Harlan and Onawa, Iowa, sites into a single office, located in Denison, beginning Dec. 1.
The merger will allow Jackson Recovery Centers to expand services to adults and adolescents. Those services will include substance use disorder assessments, as well as outpatient, intensive outpatient, group and family therapy. Specialized services for opiate addiction including medication assisted treatment will also be provided. Additional program offerings are being planned.
"This merger of three sites into one will enhance Jackson's ability to provide life-saving services to those in Crawford, Monona, Shelby and other surrounding counties," Heidi Kammer-Hodge, Jackson's vice president and chief operating officer, said in a statement. "We'll have the capability to provide a more robust service line to individuals and their families in a central location."
Jackson Recovery Centers serves adults, adolescents and families across the state of Iowa in both inpatient and outpatient settings.