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Community and Family Resources
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About this cause:MISSION STATEMENT: Community and Family Resources is dedicated to proactively assisting individuals, families, and communities achieve healthy behavior and lifestyle through advocacy, prevention, and treatment of substance abuse, problem gambling, and mental illness.
Community and Family Resources (CFR) is a non-profit agency dedicated to helping people recover from addiction and mental illness. These disorders can affect anyone, and untreated, can damage oneâ€™s life emotionally, spiritually, physically, and financially. Approximately one of every five adults in the United States experiences a mental illness in a given year. Nearly one of every ten individuals aged 12 and up is diagnosed with substance use disorder in a given year. A behavioral health disorder, much like diabetes, is preventable and treatable. People can and do recover, and CFRâ€™s role is to provide education, treatment, support, and encouragement throughout the recovery process.
Established in 1968, CFR currently provides inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment, detoxification, transitional housing, outpatient mental health therapy and psychiatry, and comprehensive prevention and education services that make a profound difference in the lives of individuals and families in our community. Our clinical services focus on evidence-based and innovative approaches; treatment services are provided in eight counties across North-Central Iowa.
CFR recognizes that seeking help for substance abuse, problem gambling, or mental illness can be a very difficult, but rewarding decision. The professionals at CFR provide services with an approach that is tailored to each person, utilizes an individualâ€™s strengths, relies on evidence-based programming, and supports the whole person in his/her recovery efforts.