ABOUT COXHEALTH – CENTER FOR ADDICTIONS
Located in Springfield, Mo., the CoxHealth Center for Addictions provides hospital-based substance abuse and mental health treatment to adults. The facility offers medically monitored inpatient detox services, along with partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment. A freeis available to those who have already completed treatment at the center.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All clients undergo an initial assessment upon admission to determine the appropriate course of care. After detox, the most intensive level of treatment offered at the Center, is the PHP. Individuals in this program participate in a full day of treatment services five days a week, then return home in the evenings and on weekends. The IOP is offered in both day and evening formats and is held three to five times per week.
Both programs include individual, group, and family counseling, along with medication management services and medication-assisted therapy (including buprenorphine for opiate withdrawal) if needed.
Continuing care groups are offered free of charge to successful graduates and include relapse prevention planning and continued addiction education.
The treatment team includes addictions counselors, social workers, interns, community support workers, case managers, physicians, licensed and registered nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, and other behavioral health support staff members.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided on the facility’s website or otherwise regarding its living arrangements and related offerings; however, as a hospital-based substance abuse program through CoxHealth, a clinical setting should be expected.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
As of this writing, two alumni provided feedback for the CoxHealth Center for Addictions to Best-rehabs.com. The reviews were mostly positive, with select areas of improvement. Both alumni gave the facility five out of five stars for meals and nutrition and the staff’s level of training and experience. The alumni gave three out of five stars or lower for the admissions and discharge processes. One alum wrote: “I hated the check in process, but realize it has to be done. I found the employees, especially my therapist was awesome.” The other alum thought the facility could benefit from some updating.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Five loved ones submitted feedback about the facility to Best-rehabs.com. to date, and the reviews were mostly positive. Loved ones provided four out of five stars or higher for the facility’s cleanliness and its ability to treat. The loved ones also gave three out of five stars or lower for its holistic offerings.
Several loved ones also praised the staff, and all the loved ones that responded indicated that they would recommend the program. One anonymous reviewer gave the facility five out of five stars in every category and wrote: “Good location. Helped my nephew overcome his addiction.”
According to, the Center for Addictions accepts Medicaid and other forms of state insurance, along with Access to Recovery vouchers.