Areas of Focus / Conditions We Treat

Our clinical staff includes our Medical Director; specializing in Addiction Recovery and Naturopathic remedies, our Clinical Director; a master’s level therapist specializing in addiction treatment, Primary therapists, as well as other talented Recovery Peer Support specialists.

Our therapeutic model uses many different approaches, in order to provide our clients with multiple avenues to find recovery. Our approach employs both individual and group therapy. We utilize experiential group therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step integration, rational-emotive behavior approaches as well as psycho-educational groups. Clients are encouraged to engage in our community activities and integrate their daily experiences into their clinical work.

Our Areas of Focus Include

  • Alcoholism
  • Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Chemical Dependence
  • Life Skills
  • Nutritional Wellness
  • Boundary Development
  • Self-esteem Building
  • Grief Recovery
  • Depression & Anxiety Issues
  • Family of Origin
  • Entitlement Issues
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Financially Self-Sufficient Lifestyle
  • Anger Management

Addictions We Treat

Our Programs address Drug and Alcohol Addictions, Co-Occurring Disorders, and many other symptoms associated with Addiction. We also have a team of community professionals that assist us when we recognize issues such as Trauma, Eating Disorders, PTSD, Personality Disorders, and other Dual-Diagnoses.


Alcohol Abuse

  • With more than 15 million people struggling with alcohol abuse across the country, addiction to alcohol is one of the most common conditions plaguing Americans today. Though it can be hard to admit that you’ve developed an alcohol addiction, it’s best characterized by an inability to control drinking at a healthy level. The multi-step treatment process used at Midwest Recovery Centers includes individual and group therapy, 12-step integration, and other clinical support. Learn More


  • Triggering a short-lived but fast-acting high, heroin is a drug that many of its users become addicted to in trying to chase the next “high”. Managing the symptoms of withdrawal can be an early and daunting challenge for clients adjusting their bodies to life without the drug. Midwest Recovery Centers uses a multi-phasal recovery approach and various recovery programs to instill in clients the necessary skills for sober living. Learn More


  • There’s no confusion around the dangers of methamphetamine. Meth is a highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system by speeding up both our physical and mental functions. But tolerance to the drug’s effects can be built quickly, leading to the need for elevated dosing levels in the future. Midwest Recovery Centers combines a holistic approach to its extended care treatment model through the use of various 12-step programs. Learn More


  • Cocaine interacts with the brain to release dopamine, causing a sensation that floods the brain with pleasure and causes an artificial “high.” This stimulation is most often associated with a brief feeling of energy and mental sharpness, which can lead to dependence to the drug. Unlike other drugs, the effects of cocaine are generally short-lived, though they’re tremendously dangerous. Learn More

Prescription Drugs

  • When used properly, prescription drugs serve a valuable purpose for those suffering from pain and chronic conditions. Unfortunately, potent prescription drugs like opioids also pose the risk of crippling addiction. Treatment at Midwest Recovery Centers focuses on individual and group therapy sessions, 12-step programs, and the close monitoring of medications. Learn More


  • Despite the fact that it’s legal to use in many states and lacks the reputation of other mind-altering substances, excessive use of marijuana can still lead to addiction. Midwest Recovery Centers’ treatment aims to address both facets of addiction with a unique mix of group therapy sessions, cognitive behavioral exercises, 12-step integration, and the delivery of coping skills for a life free of marijuana use. Learn More


  • MDMA first gained popularity in the 1990s. In the time since we’ve learned that a huge percentage of the MDMA consumed by its users is rarely what they believe it to be. There are still debates over whether MDMA is addictive, but if you find that you’re unable to stop using the drug, you should address the problem with professional help. Learn More


  • Frequently prescribed to treat anxiety disorders, insomnia, muscle spasms, and other symptoms of alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepines carry a high risk for abuse when not taken as directed. As in the case with other drugs of its kind, the ease in which one can build a tolerance to the effects of benzos is what leads to abuse and addiction. If you need help for an addiction to benzos, Midwest Recovery Centers can help. Learn More


  • CDC statistics show over 75,000 people died from prescription or illicit opioid use between April 2020 and April 2021, up from over 56,000 deaths in the previous twelve-month period. Many experts blame fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 100 times more powerful than morphine, for driving the upward trend in opioid overdose deaths. Addiction to opioids can happen quickly and is difficult to break without professional health. Midwest Recovery Centers offers a proven extended care treatment model to help you overcome opioid dependence and regain the life you deserve. Learn More


  • Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, has emerged as a potent and deadly force in the world of illicit drugs, raising serious concerns due to its extreme potency and role in a rising number of overdose deaths. Often disguised as other substances, fentanyl’s minute quantities can prove fatal, making it a public health crisis. In this comprehensive text, we delve into the dangerous realm of fentanyl, exploring its mechanisms, risks, signs of use, addiction, and the crucial steps involved in quitting and seeking treatment. Read on to gain a deeper understanding of why fentanyl is so perilous and how individuals can find hope and healing in the face of this daunting challenge. Learn More


  • Hallucinogens, also known as psychedelics or hallucinogenic drugs, are a class of psychoactive substances that can alter perception, mood, and consciousness, inducing profound changes in sensory perception and thought processes. Hallucinogen addiction, or hallucinogen use disorder, involves chronic, compulsive use despite negative consequences, characterized by cravings, loss of control, tolerance, and escalation of use. While not as conventionally addictive as some substances, treatment and support are available to address the psychological and behavioral aspects of hallucinogen misuse. Learn More

Synthetic Drugs

  • In the realm of synthetic drugs, compounds like synthetic cannabinoids and stimulants mimic traditional substances, posing severe health risks and addiction potential. Midwest Recovery Centers offers a multi-phased recovery program, guiding individuals through detox, residential care, and structured therapy for sustainable, long-term recovery from synthetic drug dependence. The program aims to empower clients on their journey toward personal growth and healing. Learn More

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