Lincoln Treatment Center

Lincoln Treatment Center


Located in the capital city of Lincoln, Neb., Lincoln Treatment Center provides specialized, outpatient-based treatment for adults recovering from opioid dependency. One of 11 locations operated by Riverwood Group, LLC through seven states, Lincoln Treatment Center offers a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) regimen, as well as outpatient-based counseling sessions.


Before beginning treatment, clinicians perform an initial substance abuse history assessment and physical evaluation to determine an effective MAT dosage and ensure the outpatient-based program is an appropriate level of care. Lincoln Treatment Center utilizes methadone, an evidence-based addiction medications, to treat its clientele. Methadone is an opioid agonist that’s proven-effective at alleviating the physical discomfort associated with opioid withdrawal, as well as curbing opioid cravings.

At the onset of treatment, clients must receive their medication daily from the Lincoln Treatment Center, except for Sundays which are covered by a take-home medication. However, as the client progresses in their treatment, the individual receives additional take-home medications and is required to visit the center less frequently.

In addition to the methadone regimen, which addresses the physical aspect of opioid dependency, Lincoln Treatment Center also facilitates clinician-led group, individual, and family counseling sessions to address the emotional and psychological contributors of addiction. Through these counseling sessions, clients may learn new coping techniques, methods for trigger avoidance, stress management skills, methods for regulating emotions, and how to develop community-based support networks.

Throughout treatment, clients are required to attend the scheduled counseling sessions and submit to random drug testing, as required by federal regulations. To follow the progress of each client, individuals are reassessed every 90 days and undergo physical evaluation once per year.. Clinicians may progressively taper-off clients of the methadone regimen as they progress in the program. Although there is no specific time-table for the program, Lincoln Treatment Center’s website states that most methadone programs lasts between two and three years, though some individuals may complete the program within a few months.


Lincoln Treatment Center employs a team of substance abuse counselors, nurses, pharmacists, and physicians experienced in the field of addiction medicine.


While has yet to receive feedback from alumni to date, three individuals on Google provided mixed opinions of the facility[1]. Out of five stars, the reviewers offered ratings of one, three, and four stars, but did not elaborate on their experiences.


The sole loved one polled by at the time of this writing praised many areas of the facility. Out of five stars, the loved one gave perfect five-star ratings for the facility’s discharge planning and the staff’s level of experience and training. Indicating that they’d absolutely recommend the facility to others, the loved one wrote: “Great staff,” adding: “It is a lifesaver.” However, they did feel that the facility’s irregular hours was a weakness.


There is currently no information provided on the facility’s website regarding its costs, however, the loved one offered a four-star rating for the facility’s affordability.


Reviews about Lincoln Treatment Center

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  • The program I entered was a partial hospitalization program, meaning that I was at the program 8 hours a day. I still used my own housing and provided my own meals, which was appropriate for my situation. The facility also has full-time care, but I didn't see what they were like.
  • Treatment Effectiveness
  • Accommodations & Amenities
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  • Great staff. They keep odd hours. It is a lifesaver.