Saint Francis located at 1755 Prairie View Place in Kearney, Nebraska provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Saint Francis provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Kearney, Nebraska, then entering addiction treatment at Saint Francis is the right choice. Saint Francis generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Saint Francis also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Visa. Saint Francis can be contacted through their website at www.saintfrancisgi.org.
I spent almost 6 months here as a teenager. I was rebellious and was sent here for anger issues. The staff was great I was listened to for the first time in my life. After being here for a couple of months the staff slowly realized that what they were told wasn’t true. I didn’t have an anger problem. I was sent there by my parents because I turned them in for their illicit drug use and this was a way to make it appear that I was an unruly child. I was released to my parents custody after 6 months and ended up getting in trouble on purpose to be sent back. My second stay was for a bout a month until the staff worked a way out to get me into my grandparents custody and not back with my parents. I think about the staff often and how they helped me in a timely of need and a bad situation. I am grateful thy there were adults thy could see past the manipulation and help me get into a safe environment. I still use the skills that I learned at Richard Young today. I’ve mended the fended with my parents and we have a great relationship. Again, I cannot stress enough how all the staff just wants to help you be the best person you can be and how I was treated with honesty, compassion, respect and love. I really hope that staff still works there today because if they do, you’re in good hands.
Helped me and my family diagnose and prevent a relapse.
I’m 13 years old and I went there a couple months ago. Not to say that I fully recovered but I got better. I was there for 6 days total but on the 5th day they put me on IP (individual programming) so I was “locked” in my room but I was still able to come out and eat and talk to some of the other patients but I wasn’t allowed to go to groups. No they don’t completely lock you in your rooms, they just do that so they can focus more on you instead of a group. It helped me more than expected. It is not a punishment it is simply to focus and help you more. And the staff was very understanding and everyone was extremely nice! Also while I was there I met some new friends who have had similar problems and I love them to death. Overall it was a great experience!
The nursing staff and the RS's were great. But the doctors had the diagnosis wrong.
This facility kept my husband safe on three different occasions after he attempted suicide. After his inpatient stays, he worked with doctors and his support system to learn how to continue accepting help. He is now over a year-and-a-half free of suicidal thoughts. It's about staying safe and then using your resources. Thank you.
This facility helped me in so many ways Thank You!!!!!!
they helped me with my thoughts about hurting myself and my family they took my pilles away cause that what was causing the thoughs they where really nice to me and the other people there they let me call home i was supposed to be there for a week but after three days they let me go saying that im fine i just dont need that prescription of pills and got a new prescription they really helped me and i cant do much in return but what i can do is say thank you
I was a resident in early 1967. At all times, and in all instances, I was treated with dignity and respect. My treatment was that of the whole person. My freedoms were granted on the basis of my improvements. This was a time of the first burgeoning of my intelligence, my creativity and my compassion for others. Sincerely, David Leon Hass