Rabiner Treatment Center

Rabiner Treatment Center provides a full continuum of services for the youth they serve. Their programming, which includes residential and non-residential care, is geared to meet a wide variety of client needs. Core services include on-campus education; individual, family and group counseling; skill development; vocational training; community volunteerism and community service and restitution. Non-residential programs include an alternative school suspension center, GED, vocational training, placement for children needing a more structured school environment. Their program employs cognitive restructuring and skill development to help youth focus on identifying and changing irresponsible thinking patterns. With a comprehensive continuum of treatment services that support safety, permanency and well-being, their evidence-based cognitive/behavioral approach reinforces pro-social behaviors.

515.576.7388 or 515.573.1370

1762 Johnson Ave, Fort Dodge

Monday – Friday – 8 AM – 4:30 PM. Other times available by appointment.

Ann Davidson, Director of Development and Quality Improvement
adavidson@rabiner.org
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Youth (K-12), Families
Call office, Referral (i.e. by teacher/counselor/agency), Parent/guardian request, Other
Call 515.573.8444 with referrals. Also accepts referrals from DHS and JCO.
Medicaid, Private insurance, Other
Private Pay.