Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Ankeny, IA

Ankeny Iowa Drug Alcohol Rehab
If you are considering a drug or alcohol rehab in Ankeny, Iowa, you can choose from many facilities within the city and the Des Moines area. Ankeny, a northern suburb of the Iowa state capital, Des Moines, is known as a family town with plenty of parks, trails, and recreational centers. Ankeny is located in Polk County, an area ranked number 10 among Iowa counties vulnerable to opioid overdose in 2019.1 There are many accredited addiction centers in Ankeny to serve residents seeking to improve their health. Treatment should not break your budget because there are rehab centers in Ankeny that offer free or low-cost services as well as rehab scholarships or sliding scale fees.

Find Rehab Centers in Ankeny

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Children and Families of Iowa Ankeny

501 Southwest Ankeny Road
Ankeny, IA 50023

515-289-2272 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Central Iowa Psychological Services Ankeny

215 Northwest 18th Street
Ankeny, IA 50023

515-348-8258 Outpatient N/A
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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Ankeny, IA

Like much of the Midwest, Ankeny, IA, has experienced a surge in opioid use and opioid-related overdoses in recent years. Ankeny is a northern suburb of Des Moines but part of Polk County in central Iowa. The following statistics illustrate the extent and impact of drug and alcohol use in Ankeny, Polk County, and the central substate region of Iowa:2, 3

Is it Easy to Travel to and Within Ankeny, IA?

ankeny iowaIf you are considering treatment from an alcohol or drug rehab in Ankeny, Iowa, or visiting a friend or family member in rehab, you may find the following tips useful for planning your stay in the city.

Resources

  1. Iowa Department of Public Health, Bureau of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis. (2019). Jurisdiction-level Vulnerability Assessments for Risk of Opioid Overdoses and Rapid Dissemination of HIV and Hepatitis C. Des Moines: Iowa Dept. of Public Health
  2. Iowa Department of Public Health. (n.d.). 2021 Iowa Youth Survey County Report.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). 2016-2018 NSDUH Substate Region Estimates – Tables.