The Clearview Center
Substance Abuse Counselingcan be comfortable and easy when the counselor is skilled, knowledgable, patient and respectful of the client's view of the world and of life. People have longer lasting benefits from therapy if it is internalized little by little when ready, rather than being artificially pressured by outside forces. "A person's opinion changed against his will, is of the same opinion still." We will accept you exactly where you are and help you discover the healthiest direction to go. We present to you alternatives to get all your needs met and we invite you to think deeply about what is really truly important to YOU.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) defines the following levels of treatment, all of which we provide:
-- Level 2.0 Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is typically 3 hours per night, 3 nights per week, for 6-12 weeks.
-- Level 1.0 Outpatient (OP) is typically 2 hours per night, 2 nights per week, for 6-12 weeks.
-- Level 0.5 Relapse Prevention (RP) is typically 1 hours per night, 1 nights per week, for 12-24 weeks.
What our clients say ...
" Due to my addiction I spent the last ten years of my life in and out of jail, treatment centers and hospitals before I found Bob and Sheri at The Clearview Center. Through their support and counseling techniques, I have found a new way of life and an inner strength that I have never known. I had lost all hope before coming to The Clearview Center and today I am a different person because of their help."
---- Lynn H.
"Bob Neve saved my life! I've been sober for over 4 years now thanks to the knowledgable, sincere and humorous care I received at The Clearview Center. I LOVE BEING SOBER!!!"
---- Casey M.
"The funniest thing is, I came to Bob just to get my driver's license back. He helped me do that, but then I realized I need help staying clean and sober. Coke and alcohol pretty much destroyed my life and my health, but now I've been clean for 2 years, my wife took me back, and I'm so much more calm, it's crazy, it's really hard to believe sometimes. But I wouldn't be here without these guys."
---- Pete A.
" Bob worked for Drug Court for a few years and he knows exactly what you need to do to stay out of trouble. He works with Probation, the Courts, he knows the Judges, he even works with Iowa, and other states ... he just knows exactly what you need to do. He makes it easy. I drank because I needed to escape from a stressful job. Bob helped me figure out how to change jobs. Now I escape by camping and fishing. It's all I need. Life is GOOD. "
---- Bryan J.