At Indiana Center for Recovery, we provide the best detox and rehab services in the midwest. Our mission is to treat every person who walks through our doors seeking substance abuse help with the same level of compassion and respect we would want for ourselves or a family member. Whether you are addicted to alcohol or drugs like opioids, benzos, and stimulants, we are here to help. With an experienced staff, campus community environment, proven treatment process, and commitment to generating the best outcomes, we have created a model unique to Indiana which puts the patient first.
We pride ourselves on quality care and compassion. We are here to help you detox with the newest medication-assisted detox. A private chef and full-time nursing staff are a few of the extra steps we take to make your detox experience as comfortable as possible.
Our state of the art housing encompasses total comfort and peace so one can focus on what is truly important — their recovery.
Outpatient programming at ICFR consists of supportive, comfortable, and structured treatment with ongoing therapeutic services to help you begin transitioning back into “real life.”
Discover the Difference
- Indiana’s Only Full Continuum of Care Facility
- Board Certified Psychiatrist on Staff
- Licensed Mental Health Counselors
- Award Nominee: Best Mental Health Facility in Indiana
- 24/7 Nursing on Site
- Single Rooms Available for Medical Detox
- All of Our Staff Are Trauma-Informed & Trained
- EMDR Therapy & 12-Step Courses
- Dual Diagnosis
- Equine Therapy, Ropes Course & Recreational Activities
Your Recovery Journey Begins Here
At Indiana Center for Recovery, we’ve assembled the highest credentialed and most experienced staff. Our therapists, physicians, and behavioral health technicians are dedicated to immersing patients in the recovery experience. Our mission is to treat every person who walks through our doors with the same level of compassion and respect we would want for ourselves or a family member.
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