ABOUT INDIANA COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT CENTERS – RICHMOND COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT CENTER
Richmond Comprehensive Treatment Center is a part of CRC Health, one of the largest behavioral health treatment networks in the U.S. From an office in the southeastern corner of Indiana, the CRC provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adult men and women who are struggling with opiate depednecy. The Richmond location is one of five such centers operated by CRC in Indiana.
To be admitted, clients must have been dependent on opiates for at least a year before receiving treatment. New clients must also not have used their drug of choice for 24 to 48 hours before admission.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Admission takes between two and four hours; during this time, clients complete a physical exam, a drug test, a TB test, and paperwork. Women will also complete a pregnancy test.
This facility offers methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, and Subutex treatment. CRS is one of only 13 facilities in Indiana to offerEvery client embarks on a program using at least one of these medications. In addition to receiving medications, every client participates in both individual and group counseling during treatment.
Treatment is provided by doctors, nurses, and counselors. The single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com on the subject gave the facility four out of five stars for its staff’s level of training and experience.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The two alum polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave mostly positive feedback. “Good program that was affordable with great family participation,” one anonymous reviewer wrote, giving the facility four stars for its treatment effectiveness. Another anonymous alum gave five star-ratings for family participation and the treatment of co-occurring disorders, as well as four stars for its treatment effectiveness and counseling options.
At the time of this writing, secondary review sites yielded mixed-to-positive coverage. The center had average ratings of 3.5 out of five stars based on 29 reviews on Google, and 3.5 out of five stars based on 10 reviews on Facebook, where the facility may have the ability to manage its own page. A few negative reviewers cited concerns about weaning off of methadone and about other clients who “scammed the system.”
However, the majority of reviewers spoke highly of the facility, crediting it with their sobriety. “It did save my life comming here,” J.M. wrote, in a review representative.
The center accepts insurance, but notes that clients must be prepared to pay any up-front costs at the time of treatment. The single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com on the metric gave the facility five stars for its affordability.