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Keystone Treatment Center

Canton, SD

Multiple Levels of Care


Sunflower Wellness Retreat

Osawatomie, KS

Multiple Levels of Care


Lakeland Behavioral Health System

Springfield, MO

Multiple Levels of Care


Burkwood Treatment Center

Hudson, WI



Rolling Hills Hospital

Ada, OK

Multiple Levels of Care


Colorado Medicated Assisted Recovery

Thornton, CO

Intensive Outpatient


Denver Recovery Center

Denver, CO

Full Spectrum of Care


Timberline Knolls Treatment Center for Women

Lemont, IL

Multiple Levels of Care


Delta Med Center

Memphis, TN



Crestwyn Behavioral Health

Memphis, TN

Multiple Levels of Care


Indiana Center for Recovery

Bloomington, IN

Full Spectrum of Care


Options Behavioral Health Hospital

Indianapolis, IN

Multiple Levels of Care


Drug Abuse Trends in Lincoln

Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska, with 353,120 in the metropolitan Lincoln-Beatrice area. The rural region has faced issues with meth labs in the past, though Nebraska maintains some of the nation’s lowest drug-induced death rates. In 2013, it had the lowest percentage of drug overdoses in the country. Today, the most commonly abused substances in Lincoln are:

Substance Abuse Among College Students in Lincoln

Counting the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the city sustains a student population just under 30,000. However, student marijuana arrests are 4 times that of non-students in Lincoln. Half of the UNL population has reportedly tried marijuana, and 1 in 10 students report using it weekly. While marijuana addictions are uncommon, many students abuse other, more addictive illicit substances in concordance with marijuana. College student addictions from the abuse of stimulants like Adderall (a medication prescribed to those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD) has increased sharply. Students face equal rates of prescription medication addiction as those outside of school.

According to reports released by the CDC, Lincoln ranked as the 10th drunkest city in the US, with a third of its population having an alcohol use disorder in 2014. Among students, over 40% reported regular binge drinking. Binge drinking is characterized by 5 or more drinks in one sitting.

After the death of one of its fraternity members, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln took major steps toward curbing its rates of underage drinking and alcohol abuse among students. Rates of “blackout” drinking fell from 32% in 2012 to 22% in 2014. Party complaints also dropped by 50%.

Addiction Treatment in Lincoln

Part of the university’s factors in reducing rates of excessive drinking is its punitive alternatives. Instead of being sent to jail or a hospital, highly-intoxicated students have the option of being sent to a detox center (without a citation or fine) under administrative custody. Once there, patients start to receive detox care and substance abuse therapy. University addiction treatment services are also available for students.

For Lincoln residents, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services provides funds to various centers in the area so that residents may receive substance use treatment and detox services including:

There are also Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings for individuals to attend to maintain sobriety.

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Government Programs

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Name Location Phone
Nebraska Regional Service Committee of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 80091
Lincoln, NE 68501
402- 563-3853

College Programs

Counseling Services

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture

A counselor will teach you things like new ways in which to manage pressure, supply new views and facilitate clients determine different ways in which they can deal with. CAPS provide a secure, ...

1500 U St.
P.O. Box 880618, Lincoln, NE 68588-0618

Alcohol and Drug Services

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

We attend to racial/ethnic, gender, sexual orientation/identity, religious, and socio-economic differences to meet that goal as the success of every student is our goal. We are aware of cultural...

1500 U St.
P.O. Box 880618, Lincoln, NE 68588-0618

Health and Wellness Services

Bryan College of Health Sciences

Bryan College of Health Sciences supports the mission of the College of an environment to provide free drug and alcohol education. The College is committed in its primary role in dealing with th...

5035 Everett Street
Lincoln, NE 68506

Student Services

Doane College-Crete

All the students at the Doane Crete Community can take advantage of the Counseling Center to obtain free and confidential therapy for several issues like stress management, relationship issues, ...

1014 Boswell Ave.
Crete, NE 68333

Counseling Center

Concordia University-Nebraska

By listening, a counselor will assist you establish and deal a lot of effectively together with your issues. At the counseling office we tend to hear you with sincerity and admiration. Stress an...

Main Campus 800 N. Columbia Ave. Seward
NE 68434

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