Friendship House Outpatient

707 W. 1st Street
Grand Island, NE 68801

About Friendship House Outpatient

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, Friendship House Outpatient in Grand Island, Nebraska can help. We offer a variety of services to meet the needs of our clients, including alcohol rehab, dual diagnosis, opioid addiction, young adult rehab, adult program, men’s rehab, women’s rehab, outpatient rehab, dialectical behavior therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, individual therapy, and trauma therapy. We are here to help you on your journey to recovery and we offer a variety of services to meet your individual needs. Contact us today to learn more about our program and how we can help you achieve your goals.

Addiction Treatment Programs

  • Alcohol Rehab

    Alcohol Rehab

    In Nebraska, an alcohol rehab provides a combination of therapy and education to help clients overcome alcohol misuse. Alcohol rehab may include detox, inpatient treatment, and/or outpatient care. You’ll learn the roots of addiction and learn how to build a substance-free life.

  • Dual Diagnosis

    Dual Diagnosis

    When you have a dual diagnosis, you have mental health and substance use concerns. It’s important to choose a rehab in Nebraska that can treat both. A dual diagnosis program uses evidence-based approaches to help you overcome both your mental health concerns and substance use. This may include mental health medication, counseling, and more.

  • Opioid Addiction

    Opioid Addiction

    Rehab in Nebraska helps clients find the motivation to make a change and gives them the tools to break free from opioid addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. In an opioid treatment program, you’ll not only receive treatment, but you’ll participate in activities, receive peer support, and learn how to have fun without substance use.

  • Young Adult Rehab

    Young Adult Rehab

    Young adult rehabs in Nebraska help young people overcome substance use and learn new life skills. A young adult program gives you the skills you need to overcome addiction and address the unique challenges of transitioning from the teen years to adulthood.

  • Adult Program

    Adult Program

    Those who join an adult program in Nebraska are given training in key life skills to help them with parenting, their career, and more. An adult program gives you the skills you need to overcome addiction and address the unique challenges of managing your work, relating to your family, raising children, and balancing a variety of other responsibilities

  • Men's Rehab

    Men's Rehab

    If you’re a man struggling with substance use, consider a men’s rehab program in Nebraska. A men’s program gives you the skills you need to overcome addiction and address challenges such as family relationships, fatherhood, emotional management, and more.

  • Women's Rehab

    Women's Rehab

    A women’s rehab in Nebraska addresses the recovery needs of female clients and gives them the tools they need to succeed. A women’s program gives you the skills you need to overcome addiction and address your unique challenges, such as motherhood, building a career, having healthy relationships, and more.

Insurance Coverage

  • Self-pay options

    Self-pay options

    Paying for rehab in Nebraska can be done in several ways, including self-pay. When you write a check, send money electronically, or use a medical loan, you have maximum flexibility in choosing the program you want. Payment arrangements may vary depending on the level of care.

  • Private insurance

    Private insurance

    Using private insurance is an easy way to pay for rehab in Nebraska. Be sure to contact your insurer to get coverage details, including what centers are in-network with your plan and what out-of-pocket costs you may be responsible for.

  • Medicaid


    For those who qualify for Medicaid, using your coverage to pay for treatment in Nebraska can make rehab more accessible. Programs that accept Medicaid can offer any level of care, including detox, inpatient, and outpatient. Your out-of-pocket costs, if any, are likely to be very low.

  • Sliding scale payment assistance

    Sliding scale payment assistance

    How do you pay for rehab in Nebraska? If you are struggling with the cost, consider a program that has a sliding scale payment plan. By providing information about your income and family size, you can qualify for a lower fee for detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient care, and more.

Levels of Care

  • 1

    Outpatient Rehab

    During outpatient treatment in Nebraska, clients receive evidence-based treatment while living at home or in sober living. Outpatient treatment sessions generally last 60 to 90 minutes and may include discussing a specific issue, sharing wins and challenges, education about specific topics, or developing life skills.


  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical behavioral therapy in Nebraska can help you build confidence and develop healthy coping skills. During treatment, you’ll unlearn unwanted thoughts and behaviors, practice and reinforce positive coping strategies, and empower yourself to create the life you want.

  • Individual Therapy

    Individual Therapy

    Individual therapy in Nebraska is led by a professional therapist who talks to you about your specific experiences and emotions. Individual therapy is a normal part of evidence-based treatment programs, and may be a part of inpatient treatment, outpatient care, or both. Topics include processing past events that may have contributed to substance use, learning new life skills, and relapse prevention strategies.

  • Trauma Therapy

    Trauma Therapy

    If you struggle with addiction in Nebraska, it’s common to feel like no one understands what you’ve been through. Trauma-informed therapy can help you find professional help addressing your past and creating a healthier response going forward. Trauma-informed therapy may be part of both inpatient and outpatient substance use treatment and may include peer support, mental health medications, mindfulness, and developing new coping strategies.

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing




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