Contact Information for House of Mercy
House of Mercy offers health care services in Des Moines, Iowa as a/an Addiction Rehab,Mental Health Treatment,Medicaid,State financed insurance (other than Medicaid),Access to Recovery,Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors),Self payment,Private health insurance,Halfway house,Drug addiction treatment,Alcohol addiction treatment,Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE),Payment assistance (Check with facility for details),Long-term Inpatient Rehab,Short-term Inpatient Rehab,Pregnant/postpartum Women,Residential beds for clients' children,Outpatient Rehab,Adolescent Center,Dual Diagnosis Treatment,Women professional. House of Mercy may offer additional health care support, depending on their availability and your particular needs.
If you have immediate questions, inquiries, or medical needs relating directly to House of Mercy you may reach out to them at their Des Moines location in Iowa at (515) 643-6500. It is best to go through the Des Moines contact information listed here, rather than approaching House of Mercy through personal contact information.
To find out if House of Mercy is a good fit for your health care needs, contact them directly at their office, located near the 50314 area.
Contacting House of Mercy via telephone, before traveling to their Des Moines location is generally a choice.
House of Mercy Reviews
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- Access to Recovery
- Addiction Rehab
- Adolescent Center
- Alcohol addiction treatment
- Drug addiction treatment
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- Halfway house
- Long-term Inpatient Rehab
- Mental Health Treatment
- Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE)
- Outpatient Rehab
- Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)
- Pregnant/postpartum Women
- Private health insurance
- Residential beds for clients' children
- Self payment
- Short-term Inpatient Rehab
- Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
- State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)
- ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired