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Crisis Services







Red Oak


Greene County


View the details of our individual programs. Additionally, ZION Integrated Behavioral Health Services has numerous grants which may apply to you to receive transportation assistance, phone cards, etc. The focus is to remove day to day barriers and assist you with your recovery. Contact staff for further eligibility for this program.

Outpatient Mental Health Services

Zion Integrated Behavioral Health Services outpatient mental health programs focus is to assist persons with developing and maintaining coping skills that facilitate adjustment and integration within their living environments and community. Patients and family members are empowered to make decisions about their care with the expected outcome of an increased quality of life.

Services are designed and implemented to: support the recovery, health, or well-being of the persons or families served; enhance the quality of life of the persons served; reduce symptoms or needs and build resilience; restore and/or improve functioning; support the integration of the persons served into the community.

A wide range of services are organized within a comprehensive outpatient therapeutic environment that includes screening and assessment, diagnostic determination, individual and family counseling, psychiatric consultations, medication management, crisis intervention, group counseling, patient advocacy, and referral to community resources.

Patients are assigned to licensed mental health therapist who assist in individual planning and care. Our approach to your care is collaborative. We work closely with you and your family to develop a treatment plan.

Our Goal: to get you or your loved one back on the path to mental well-being.

Emergency evaluations are available 24 hours a day by calling 712-243-2606 which will transfer you to a mental health therapist.

Services additionally include consultation with family and/or professional care providers.

To schedule an appointment, call our administrative office at 712-243-2606

Telehealth services are available: the telehealth process occurs via a Telehealth system (Video/Audio System in private rooms) set up to provide quicker access to needed appointments.


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Drug Testing

ZION Integrated Behavioral Health Services offers numerous methods of drug testing, such as the following:

Drug tests can be performed instantly on location site by a trained staff or forwarded to a certified laboratory.

The fee for testing depends on funding sources and the method of drug testing requested.

For additional information contact staff at the administrative office in Atlantic, Iowa at 712-243-5091.

Refer to office locations for the site nearest you.




Drug Testing

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We understand an assessment may cause anxious feelings, however we would like to commend you on taking the first step! Nearly everyone is faced with challenges that seem overwhelming at some time in their lives and completing an assessment to address demonstrates great personal strength.

To aid in understanding the process, some common questions and hints are included below.

On average, an assessment appointment will last between 1-2 hours. An assessment consists of completion of necessary paperwork as well as discussion regarding events and background information leading to completion of your assessment. The counselor will ask you some questions to better understand your concerns and discuss with you available options.

As with all services conducted with ZION Integrated Behavioral Health Services, the information you share is confidential and is not released unless you sign a release of information permitting disclosure or if law requires disclosure.

If you are completing an assessment as recommended by an external source, such as DHS, probation officer, court system, etc, it is recommended to bring any paperwork you have received from them with you to your appointment. Some individuals find it helpful to write down a list of questions, concerns, notes and/or records to help remember and describe the situation.

At the time of your assessment, drug testing may be requested.

You are welcome to include family members or other supportive individuals with you to your assessment appointment.

Payment is requested at time of assessment. For further information, please see “Fees for Services”.


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Problem Gambling

Zion employs a Gambling Champion whose sole duties are focused in fulfilling gambling treatment services and community outreach throughout the service area and administers a comprehensive problem gambling system of services that meets the needs of individuals, concerned others and communities across the continuum of care. The Gambling Champion is accessible and available via telehealth platforms or at service locations located within our service area.

Gambling Crisis Number: 712-254-3415 or call the administrative office for further information at 712-243-5091.

Extended Outpatient/Continuing Care

The extended outpatient program is a nonresidential modality totaling fewer than nine (9) hours per week of therapeutic services incorporating individual, group, and/or family counseling, drug testing, and ongoing bio-psychosocial assessment of behavioral health needs; substance use, mental health, biomedical needs and problematic gambling. It is designed for individuals needing core service elements include, but not limited to, the dynamics and ramification of substance use, the addiction process, personal risk factors, medical, behavioral, legal and societal aspects of behavioral health concerns, responsible decision making, refusal skills, relapse prevention, development of healthy coping skills, provide insight and stabilization of problematic co-occurring needs.

The Continuing Care treatment component is designed to provide a support mechanism with individuals who have completed a treatment regime and have been exposed to relapse prevention strategies, allowing implementation of developed skills while maintaining ongoing support. Programming may consist of individual, group, and/or family counseling services, minimum of one (1) hour per month. Primary focus is for clinicians to monitor biological, physiological, psychological, emotional, life circumstance, societal or peer pressures, facilitate recovery plans, aid engagement with community support networks, and assist the individual in monitoring motivational strategies in sustaining recovery for further stability in an individual’s life.

Extended Outpatient

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Child / Adolescent / Adult Psychiatry

Zion Integrated Behavioral Health Services partners with a psychiatrist who specializes in diagnosing and treatment a variety of psychological matters in individuals ranging from child through adult ages.
These disorders include emotional, behavioral, and/or thinking process, feeling and/or behavioral problems that affect these age groups and their families.
Our clinic excels in the management of a wide range of diagnoses, including anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, psychosis, personality disorders, grief and bereavement, and trauma.
Services provided both onsite and telehealth. The telehealth process occurs via a Telehealth system (Video/Audio System in private rooms) set up to provide quicker access to needed appointments.

For more information or to make an appointment contact Zion’s administration office at 712-243-2606.


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Our organization provides individuals with certified mental health professional in providing EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.

Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference. It is widely assumed that severe emotional pain requires a long time to heal.  EMDR therapy shows that the mind can in fact heal from psychological trauma much as the body recovers from physical trauma.  When you cut your hand, your body works to close the wound.  If a foreign object or repeated injury irritates the wound, it festers and causes pain.  Once the block is removed, healing resumes.

EMDR therapy demonstrates that a similar sequence of events occurs with mental processes.  The brain’s information processing system naturally moves toward mental health.  If the system is blocked or imbalanced by the impact of a disturbing event, the emotional wound festers and can cause intense suffering.  Once the block is removed, healing resumes.  Using the detailed protocols and procedures learned in EMDR therapy training sessions, clinicians help clients activate their natural healing processes.

Staff are here to help you recover-contact us at 712-243-2606 to schedule an appointment.


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Medication Management

Zion Integrated Behavioral Health provides assessments and ongoing medication management services with a professional licensed ARNP who specialize in psychiatric needs onsite or telehealth.

The telehealth process occurs via a Telehealth system (Video/Audio System in private rooms) set up to provide quicker access to needed appointments.  Patients have access to psychiatrists, Psychiatric ARNPs and internists to meet their medication needs.

In addition to pharmacotherapy services for treatment of symptoms related to mental health conditions, Zion partners with UCS providing access to medication assisted treatment for addiction, including Suboxone and Methadone.

Individuals may schedule an appointment for medication service by calling 712-243-2606 during regular business hours.

Medication Management

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Peer Recovery

A Peer Recovery Coach (PRC) brings valuable lived experience with addiction and recovery, has completed specialized training and receives supervision, to effectively provide non-clinical recovery support to individuals in or seeking recovery.


What Does A Peer Recovery Coach Do??

Offer hope, optimism, mentorship, and encouragement.

Share information on multiple pathways and guide individuals as they discover and develop their own unique pathway of recovery.

Provide support to navigate systems, establish community connections, and overcome barriers.

Facilitate healthy decision-making, and promote self-advocacy.

Use a strengths-based approach and best practices to work with participants to identify and achieve individualized, self-directed wellness goals.


For additional information on Zion’s Peer Recovery Coach contact staff at 712-243-5091.

Peer Recovery

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DUI Courses

At Zion, we offer a comprehensive DUI course to help individuals who have been convicted of driving under the influence learn about the dangers and consequences of drunk or impaired driving. Our program is designed to educate participants about the risks of drinking and driving, and to provide them with the tools and resources they need to make safer choices in the future. Whether you are required to take a DUI course by a court or are seeking to take one voluntarily, we can help you understand the impact of your actions and make positive changes in your life.

All courses are currently hosted online via Zoom.

For questions regarding Zion DUI courses please contact us at 712-243-5091 or contact Tinneal Harris at 641-743-2439 EXT 8414.


•payment must be made upfront

•Fees Are Nonrefundable

641.743.2439 EXT 8414


Fridays – 3PM-9PM
Saturdays – 9AM-3PM







Integrated Health Program (IHH)

An Integrated Health Program (IHP or IHH) is a team of professionals working together to provide whole-person, patient-centered, coordinated care for adults with a serious mental illness (SMI) and children with a serious emotional disturbance (SED). Care coordination is provided for all aspects of the individual’s life and for transitions of care the individual may experience. The IHP (IHH) team consists of: Care Coordinators, a Nurse Care Manager, and Peer Support Specialists/Family Peer Support Specialist. A person must have full Medicaid and a qualifying diagnosis to be enrolled in an Integrated Health Program (IHH). Our Integrated Health Program (IHH) covers Audubon, Cass, Guthrie, and Shelby counties. A referral can be made directly to the Integrated Health Program Manager by calling 712.243.2606 ext. 8325.

IHP Referral / Transfer Form


Anger Management Classes

Zion offers an Anger Management class for individuals seeking to better control their emotions and build healthier relationships. The class focuses on developing coping strategies, communication skills, and emotional regulation techniques to help participants gain control over their anger and avoid destructive behavior. Our experienced instructors provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals to learn and grow, and our program has a proven track record of success. Sign up today and take the first step towards a happier, more fulfilling life.

It is NOT required to be a Zion Integrated Behavioral Health client to attend these classes.

To sign up or for more information please contact Zion at 712.243.5091 or call Tinneal Harris at 641.743.2439 EXT 8414.




10 Classes

Thursdays 4pm-5pm

Intensive Outpatient Program

The intensive outpatient program is a programmatic therapeutic milieu consisting of regularly scheduled sessions for a minimum of nine (9) hours a week along with random drug testing in a structured program, which provides patients with the opportunity to remain in their own environment and/or retain their employment. The structured program objectives are to include but not limited to addressing substance use, physical health, mental well being, motivation, relapse potential/continued usage and building a positive support living environment. It is designed for individuals needing multidimensional services that cannot be met at an extended outpatient level of care and who do not need primary medical and nursing services at a partial hospitalization, or medically monitored intensive inpatient level of care. The patients need for mental health services are addressed through treatment planning as well as consultation or referral arrangement.

Intensive Outpatient

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Residential Treatment

What to Bring .PDF


Male Residential Services (3.3/3.5): The residential modality is to assist individuals and families in a safe, therapeutic living environment in which to learn more about their behavioral health related concerns, strategies for relapse prevention; interpersonal, social, and life skills necessary to form productive personal relationships, career/work/educational opportunities, and exposure to community based support systems.

The goals are for the individual to establish long-term recovery beyond discharge from services through development and utilization of a comprehensive aftercare plan which can incorporate the emotional, physical, environmental, spiritual and financial wellbeing of the individual.

Individuals engaged in the residential program modality have individualized treatment plans and/or case management plans that assist individuals in maintaining sobriety and developing self-supportive, independent lives, conducted within a minimum of 50 hours therapeutic individual/group/family counseling.

Our residential treatment program, located in Clarinda, Iowa, is designed to promote abstinence from substance use and look at positive productive changes in the patient’s lifestyle, attitudes and values.

The duration of participation at this level depends on the patient’s progress, but is generally a minimum of 28-45 days in this highly structured 24/7 environment.

Counseling is performed individually and in small groups. Special attention is given to developing a relapse prevention strategy and aftercare plan individually tailored for each person’s unique personality and circumstances.

Individual Counseling

Stage of Change


Complete Aftercare planning

Cognitive behavioral/problem solving groups

Skills Development Group

Group Achievement

Psycho-Educational groups

Family/Couple Counseling

Residential Treatment

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Halfway House

Halfway Housing (3.1): The program’s objective/goal is to provide individuals with further counseling and clinical monitoring to support successful integration into family, employment, sober peer network, and other community resources. Individuals continue to develop skills to assist in daily living accountability and personal responsibility through a minimum of five (5) hours of therapeutic individual, group and/or family counseling while remaining in a safe and structured living environment.

The halfway housing program serves a minimum of 11 clients per year. The length of stay varies depending on personal needs, goals and objectives; however, has a minimum commitment of three (3) months to a maximum of six (6) months.

Halfway House

Service Locations


Visit ZION Integrated Behavioral Health Services Prevention Department on Facebook!

Our goal is to help provide individuals of all ages, families, and community groups make healthy choices, which will reduce the likelihood of problems associated with alcohol, tobacco, other drug use and destructive decisions. Prevention can only be accomplished through continuous and dedicated programs directed at all age levels. By working together, we strengthen our community and our commitment for a bright future.

Communities know that a positive attitude advocating the need for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention is the key ingredient for success. ZION Integrated Behavioral Health Services is actively involved in workplace consultation, and coalition building. Our focus is on presenting current, factual information, which empowers communities to strengthen environments that allow people to achieve their potential and contribute positively to society.

Schools look to us to provide positive, research-based presentations, programs, and training on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse prevention. Students from pre-school through high school participate in age-appropriate, fun, and non-threatening programs that reinforce the benefits of making healthy choices. They need to be taught the skills to create healthy relationships and how to take an active part in their community. They need a clear set of norms about non-use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention: Programs and Activities

Prime for Life Under 21-Minor

Alcohol Offenders

Drivers Education: Drunken Drivers

Alcohol/Binge Drinking Classroom Education

Alcohol Prevention Media Campaigns

College Binge Drinking Presentations

College Drug Addiction Presentations

Proper Prescription Medication

Disposal Activities

Coordinate Drug Drop Off sites and events

Alcohol and Drug Information Dissemination

Workplace Drug and Alcohol Policy Change

Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace Presentation

LifeSkills Curriculum – MS/HS

Your Life Iowa Information Dissemination

Community Coalition Involvement and Other Services


Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

SAFE Coalitions

Community Health Fairs

Child Abuse Prevention Councils

Tobacco Prevention Coalitions

Community Interagency Meetings to distribute information

AC4C-The Alliance of Coalitions 4 Change

DECAT-SDMT Creston and Leon Clusters-Promise Partners Coalition

Civic Group and School Presentations

Collaboration with Schools, Law Enforcement, Community Agencies and Residents to reduce Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Our Prevention Specialists

Jodi Haley

Prevention Supervisor for Service Area’s 12 & 13
Certified Prevention Specialist

Lisa Carstens

Certified Prevention Specialist

Darla Dolecheck

Prevention Specialist

Cody Ray

Prevention Specialist

Kate Sorensen

Prevention Specialist

Amanda Wahlert

Certified Prevention Specialist

Dawn Walton

Certified Prevention Specialist


Service Areas

Harbor Point

Service Locations


218 W. Division St.
Clarinda, IA 51632

Harbor Point Crisis Stabilization Center

Harbor Point is a 24-hour safe place providing crisis stabilization and case management for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis but don’t meet the criteria for hospitalization. Harbor Point crisis stabilization is a key component in the statewide development of a comprehensive adult mental health system and meeting the need for core services which are needed implemented statewide. Local implementation is Southwest Iowa is led by Southwest Iowa MHDS Region.

Crisis Stabilization Residential Services

The purpose of the Harbor Point Center is to reduce the number of people who, during a mental health crisis, are voluntarily hospitalized or inappropriately incarcerated.

Harbor Point Crisis Stabilization Center is in place with the intent to provide a more effective approach to mental health crisis treatment and to reduce health care costs.

Individuals typically stay at Harbor Point Crisis Center less than one week. During that time, they are connected to a network of appropriate community resources to assist in their recovery.

Transitional Living Program

The purpose of the transitional living program is to provide short term housing for an individual coming out of placement or hospitalization who needs to redevelop skills to be successful in the community.

Individuals who are living with mental health or disabilities will be paired with a variety of service providers to assist them to reach their highest levels of independence.

Harbor Point

Service Locations


218 W. Division St.
Clarinda, IA 51632