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The Basics

House of Mercy is an Iowa-based non-profit organization that provides a comprehensive residential treatment for women struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. Founded in 1893, House of Mercy also offers outpatient treatment for women and men at facilities in Newton and Indianola, as well as both outpatient and residential care at the flagship Des Moines location. The facility promotes a results-centered model of care that integrates a range of therapeutic and wellness practices including interventions, therapy, relapse prevention, nutrition and case management. 

Accommodations and Food

House of Mercy’s residential treatment in Des Moines is situated in a dorm-style setting where women (and their children, if applicable) stay in shared living quarters. There are a total of 80 beds available, and each person has no more than three roommates. Mothers with children get their own private room.

The facility offers some amenities including common areas for socializing, lounges and a nicely manicured campus. Dining is cafeteria-style with several options each meal. Residents with dietary restrictions and allergies can be accommodated.

Treatment and Staff

House of Mercy provides individualized treatment plans customized to the unique needs of the client. Detox is not available on-site so, if necessary, that must be taken care of prior to admission. Clients work with a counselor to determine the most effective strategy to meet all of their needs. The facility is sensitive and amenable to differences ranging from culture, disability and language. House of Mercy employs a holistic, well-rounded approach to care that utilizes an array of therapeutic methods and wellness services, including evidence-based therapies, psychoeducation, 12-step and aftercare. Clients engage in individual, group and family therapy. Group sessions tend to focus on skills development, parenting challenges and gender-specific issues. House of Mercy can also facilitate EMDR therapy to treat trauma as a causal component of current issues.

The diverse House of Mercy staff is comprised of Master’s-level counselors, addiction specialists, therapists and a board certified psychiatrist. For clients in need of dual diagnosis support, psychiatric assessments and medication management are offered.

Extras

House of Mercy offers interventions, relapse prevention classes and workshops on stress and anger management. Clients are encouraged to take nutrition education courses, and can receive both housing and employment assistance. After clients have progressed through treatment, House of Mercy provides college courses, jobs training and money management assistance.

In Summary

House of Mercy is a non-profit organization that provides outpatient and residential treatment programming for women struggling with alcohol and substance use disorders as well as co-occurring physical and mental illnesses. The facility offers a comprehensive program for clients that includes therapy, interventions, medication management and 12-step integration, as well as job skills training, college courses and housing assistance. House of Mercy is certainly a credit to the community.

House of Mercy
1409 Clark St
Des Moines, IA 50314

200 N 8th Ave East
Newton, IA 50208

310 N Buxton St
Indianola, IA 50125

House of Mercy Cost: Call for details. Reach House of Mercy by phone at (515) 247-3121 or by email at [email protected]. Find Mercy Medical Center on Facebook and Twitter

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