Community Resources

Substance Abuse & Recovery

Al-Anon Meetings

Messiah Lutheran
2411 West Ave.
Burlington, IA 52601
Tuesdays at noon

New Hope Community Evangelical Free Church
2900 Summer Street
Burlington, IA  52601
Thursdays at 8 PM

AA Meetings 

New Hope Community Evangelical Free Church
2900 Summer Street
Burlington, IA  52601
Mondays at 7 PM

Peterson Building
214 N. 4th St.
Burlington, IA  52601
Mondays-Saturdays at Noon and Sundays at 10:30 AM
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday at 8 PM

St. Paul United Church of Christ
303 W. Mt. Pleasant Street
West Burlington, IA  52655
Thursdays at 7 PM

ADDS (Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services)  & Gambling Treatment Services
1340 Mt. Pleasant Street Burlington, IA 52601
Monday-Friday 8 am-4:30 pm (office hrs)


DJ Assessments
319-752-4667 or 319-671-1150
313 East Agency Street Suite 7 West Burlington, IA 52655
Monday-Friday 9 am- 5 pm
DJ Assessment & Consultation Services offer substance abuse evaluations, treatment plans (level 1), OWI evaluations, & DUI classes. or

Great River Addiction Services
1221 S. Gear Avenue
M-Th 9 am to 4 pm by appointment Fri. 9 am-noon
The center provides professional counseling, aftercare, intervention, OWI evaluations and educational treatment. Insurance, cash, check or credit card.

Life Recovery Group
City Church
206 N. 3rd St., Burlington, IA  52601
Friday evenings (6:30 – 8 pm)

Woodlands Treatment Center
4715 Sullivan Slough Road Burlington, IA 52601
On call 24 hrs daily
Twenty-four bed residential treatment facility provides services to adolescent boys & girls with substance abuse as well as behaviorial problems. Also operates an in-home school program where credits earned are transferred back to the resident’s home school district.

Young House Family Services
FAX: 319-752-6933
400 S. Broadway P.O. Box 845 Burlington, IA 52601
Monday-Friday 8 am- 4:30 pm
Private social service agency that provides a comprehensive array of services to children and families in Southeast, Iowa, including adoption services, foster care licensing, and the Resource Program for expecting parents or families who have children under the age of 5. Remedial services funded through Title XIX; brief intensive services (ages 6-17)- no income eligibility requirements. Bilingual services are available.

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

Wapello Briggs Center Thursdays at 8pm

St Joseph’s, Columbus Junction Mondays at 8pm

Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services of SE Iowa

Burlington 319.753.6567

Wapello 319.523.8436;

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