Inroads To Recovery

Inroads To Recovery


Established in 2004, Inroads to Recovery offers an array of treatment modalities to adults struggling with addiction. The facility has five locations throughout Nebraska and Iowa; the one in Council Bluffs, Iowa, provides men and women with outpatient therapy and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using Suboxone as well as mental health and substance abuse evaluations, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and forensic psychiatry. In the state of Nebraska, Inroads to Recovery is among 20 substance abuse treatment facilities that use Suboxone pharmacotherapy.


Clients receive a substance abuse evaluation and/or mental health evaluation upon admission. Although Inroads to Recovery does not provide many details about its treatment approach, its website notes that residential and outpatient care is a “multidimensional process” that includes medication management as well as individual, couples, family, and group counseling.

Of note, the alum surveyed by assigned three out of five stars for treatment of co-occurring disorders and two stars for the center’s 12-step treatment and faith-based programming.


According to the facility’s website, the treatment team includes a medical director, psychiatric physician assistant, along with psychiatric nurse practitioners, mental health therapists, and provisional substance abuse therapists.


Inroads to Recovery has four facilities in Nebraska and one in Iowa. Two in Nebraska are in Omaha and the others are in Blair and Fremont. The Council Bluffs, Iowa, facility is just off Route Six. The Blair facility offers substance abuse evaluations only whereas the others provide evaluations as well as various levels of outpatient care and medication management. The Omaha site at 2808 N 57th Street offers residential treatment and forensic psychiatry services.


The one alum polled by at the time of this writing gave Inroads to Recovery a largely positive review for its outpatient therapy, awarding four out of five stars for facility cleanliness and upkeep and three stars for counseling options, likelihood to recommend, and staff experience and training. However, the gave two stars for affordability and a low one-star rating for family participation and holistic offerings.

The former client told “They are ALWAYS there for you, no matter what the problem is” and added: “You can unload your problems ( get them off your chest ), and the class will pitch in & tell you how to deal with them.”

On secondary sites, Inroads to Recovery received favorable feedback to date: four out of five stars based on 33 reviews on Google. [1] Reviewers praised the personnel, from medical and nursing staff to counselors/providers and others, describing them as “welcoming and friendly,” “compassionate,” understanding,” insightful,” and “nonjudgmental” and the care they received as “quality” and focused on “the best interest in their patients.”

In a representative review, Amy wrote: “The staff have all played an integral part in saving my life. I would highly recommend this facility to anyone who has mental health issues or addiction issues.” And Michael, an Army veteran who has struggled with alcoholism, drug abuse, and mental health issues stemming from his service, posted: “They were great at working with me on both addiction and behavioral and mental health aspects of my addiction, along with anger management.”


There currently is no information provided on the facility’s website regarding costs for services and insurance coverage. However, the intake form all patients must complete asks for insurance information and indicates that “fees and/or co-payments are due at the time of service” and that both MasterCard and Visa are accepted.

[1] GoogleReviews

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  • They are ALWAYS there for you, no matter what the problem is. Keeping a teacher for the class. You can unload your problems ( get them off your chest ), and the class will pitch in & tell you how to deal with them.