Staff assess individual substance use and make recommendations regarding the appropriate diagnostic impression and level of treatment, if any, required to meet the individual needs.
The Adult Residential Treatment program is designed for individuals who need more of a structured setting than outpatient treatment services can provide.
Outpatient Services include both intensive and extended levels of care. Both levels of care provide individual, group, and family counseling. Length of stay varies according to individual needs.
Methadone medication is provided as an adjunct to substance abuse treatment. Clients are admitted to treatment by a physician after an assessment process determines the appropriateness for such care.
CADS Country Oaks Facility supports a Medically Monitored Detoxification unit. This unit has a twenty-four hour nursing staff on duty. Clients are seen daily by a physician to monitor the detoxification process.
The Halfway House program is for individuals in need of ongoing placement due to either increased potential for continued use/relapse after primary substance abuse treatment.
This is an extended program with on-going support for adults who complete a primary treatment program.
The Women and Children’s Services program provides ancillary and supportive services designed to guide and empower recovering women and their children.
Persons, who have been charged with a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offense in Illinois, can be evaluated at the CADS Rock Island and CADS East Moline Office. Risk education classes are also available.
Persons who have been charged with an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) or Zero Tolerance in Iowa can be evaluated at our Iowa facilities. The required Iowa Department of Transportation 12 hour drinking driver’s course is available.
For more information about these services, please call 563-322-2667 in Iowa or 309-788-4571 in Illinois.
CADS provides Gambling Prevention services, along with Treatment Services for individuals and family members of those who suffer from problematic gambling. For more information about these Iowa based services, please call 563-823-4500.
CADS offers a variety of substance abuse services focused on support, care, and treatment designed to meet the needs of families and individuals of all age groups in the community.