CD+ Youth Residential

CD+ is ASAC’s youth residential substance abuse treatment program. It serves male and female adolescents, ages 13 to 18, whose substance use disorder requires the structure and support of a 24-hour treatment program.

ASAC’s philosophy is that youth substance use disorder and behavior problems often coincide, and as a result, it is beneficial for a patient to receive a combined cognitive treatment approach. In the CD+ program, a team of professional substance abuse and behavioral counselors work together to address a youth’s substance use disorder and conduct disorder issues.

Education is part of the CD+ program and each youth patient’s treatment plan. We contract with Cedar Rapids Community School District to provide on-site school services. Referral for Hi-set testing may occur for eligible students.

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Services We Provide

  • Professional substance abuse counseling
  • Behavioral counseling
  • On-site tutoring

Family Involvement

Family involvement is an important part of an adolescent’s treatment. Family members are encouraged to participate in the initial assessment, family group, visitations and other support services.

Ongoing Support

Additional services, such as outpatient and aftercare, are available for individuals who want to utilize ongoing support after completion of the CD+ program.

For More Information

What are the signs of substance abuse? How do I go about getting help for myself or a loved one? How can I pay for treatment? Get answers to these questions and more.

Stories of Recovery

I have many regrets but I would not change my past because I now have a greater appreciation of life and an urge to help people. Today I have the greatest high that no drug could ever take me to, it’s happiness, hope, and true love with myself, my friends, and my family. Read More!


Facebook Reviews

I just graduated from CD+ and I took a lot out of the program. Thank you to all the staff and councilors

Posted by Bryce W Rhum on Friday, January 9, 2015

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