For more than 25 years, Human Services, Inc. has been providing the Western Nebraska area with highly effective substance abuse treatment. The rehab is continuously improving its programs for adult men and women through education and research, and is committed to offering the highest levels of care available. Services include inpatient treatment, outpatient services and transitional housing. The goal of treatment is to improve each client’s sense of spiritual awareness, as well as teach healthy coping methods designed to deal with the stresses of everyday life.
ABOUT HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
Human Services, Inc. in Alliance, Nebraska, provides short-term residential treatment, outpatient services, a transitional program, and family programming. Intensive outpatient programming (IOP) is provided for adults and adolescents. Detoxification is not available on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment at Human Services, Inc. begins with a substance abuse assessment. Financial arrangements and a negative TB statement must be provided prior to admission.
Length of stay in the short-term residential program is determined based on the individual’s needs. During the first two weeks of treatment, clients may not take or receive phone calls or have visitors.
The step-down program provides intensive outpatient programming (IOP) for adults and adolescents needing less structured care.
The outpatient services, which take a holistic approach to treatment, are available to those who either have had or are currently struggling with substance abuse or addiction issues.
Transitional programming is offered for up to a year. The structured housing acts as an alternative to legal confinement or to provide support to dissuade relapse.
The family program is offered both separately and combined with primary programs.
Human Services, Inc. also provides interventions and a 24-hour crisis line.
Human Services, Inc. is operated by an executive director who doubles as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) and a small staff of other certified professionals.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Clients at Human Services Inc. will share bedrooms equipped with twin beds and an armoire, have access to meeting rooms, a kitchen, a fenced in backyard, and a ping pong table.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Most alumni commenting on Best-rehabs.com reported positive experiences at Human Services. Individuals praised staff and up-to-date neuroscience about addiction. “The treatment I received was wonderful. I had previous trauma that I was unable to deal with until I went to HSI. The counselors were attentive to my needs and helped me work through all my grief and trauma of my past,” A.K. wrote in a representative review.
However, alum M.H.W. reported a less favorable experience. The reviewer gave one out of a possible five stars for the facility’s accommodations, amenities, and meals and nutrition. M.H.W. indicated that treatment was not worth the cost and commented: “It was a horrible nightmare. Shaming techniques and false psychology. I hope the place burns down – they should be sued for malpractice.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Two loved ones reported opposing experiences with Human Services, Inc. Loved one S.M. praised the facility for its effective treatment. The mother of an alum reported negative reviews regarding treatment at Human Services. The mother, Lezlie, complained of an inability to visit her son and a lack of support for religion at the facility. “If I can prevent it he will not go back there,” she wrote. The facility responded on Best-rehabs.com: “We understand clients have different beliefs and ideas and we encourage each to explore and grow spiritually. If a client needs a hirer level of care, he/she is transferred to that higher level.”
WHAT STAFF SAY
One former staff member gave a negative review on Indeed. The rehab tech gave Human Services, Inc. one out of a possible five stars and cited problematic staff. They wrote: “I wouldn’t work here again or recommend this company to anyone else..They go through help very quickly. Management is hard to get a long with. The rules are constantly changing.” 
Human Services, Inc. accepts most insurance plans. The maximum discount for financial fees is 90 percent. Clients must bring $25 for an initial drug screen, $40 for laundry and phone fees, and can a maximum of $100 for toiletries and other items.