Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center

Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center Louisville Kentucky

Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC) provides medically supervised inpatient detoxification and residential treatment to Kentucky residents struggling from chemical dependency. During inpatient detoxification, participants receive medical evaluation, withdrawal assistance, counseling, addiction education, and resource referrals. Residents receive counseling, life skills coursework, and 12-Step services. JADAC also provides outpatient treatment for up to twelve weeks, after which time clients are referred to aftercare treatment that provides services such as group counseling and medical assessment to continue their road on recovery.

ABOUT CENTERSTONE ADDICTION RECOVERY CENTER

Formally known as the Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC), the Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center is an 80-bed treatment facility that provides inpatient care, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), and aftercare for adults struggling with chemical dependency. Located in Louisville, Ky. and a division of Centerstone Kentucky, a regional treatment provider, the center also offers specialized programming for pregnant clients. If necessary, medical detoxification services are available on-site.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Upon admission, clients undergo an initial substance abuse assessment to determine an appropriate level of care. If detoxification is necessary, or the client requires supervision and structure to acquire and sustain sobriety, the individual may be referred to the facility’s inpatient program. According to the facility’s website, the length of inpatient care varies depending on the client’s needs. The facility does provide an inpatient-based residential program, which provides extended inpatient care.

Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center’s programming adheres to the disease model of addiction and 12-steps model of recovery. During inpatient care, clients attend on-site 12-step meetings, study fellowship literature, and perform associated “step-work.” In addition to 12-step immersion, clients also participate in group and individual counseling sessions, as well as attend educational classes on the nature of disease and addiction, life skills training, and relapse prevention. An educational, three-week “concerned persons” program is also available to loved ones of clients.

Once a client completes an inpatient program, clinicians provide discharge planning and referrals to community services. The center also offers a specialized case management services for pregnant women called Project Link. In some cases, clinicians may encourage residential clientele to utilize the facility’s intensive outpatient program (IOP) as “step-down” aftercare service.

IOP is comprised of two to four evening sessions per week, for two to 12 weeks. To individualize treatment, the center provides gender-specific and co-ed program tracks. IOP includes counseling sessions and educational classes. Designed to provide ongoing support, the center’s aftercare services include ongoing assessments and group counseling sessions on relapse prevention.

Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center also adheres to Recovery Oriented Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for individuals struggling with addiction to opioids. This involves treatment with addiction medicine, alongside counseling and behavioral therapies, peer support, and case management.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The center employs a multidisciplinary staff comprised of physicians, nurses, licensed professional alcohol and drug counselors, case managers, and a support staff.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

The Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center can accommodate up to 80 clients. Although specific information is scarce concerning the facility’s accommodations and amenities, the 14 individuals polled on its cleanliness and upkeep gave this aspect of the facility an average rating of 4.07 out of five stars.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

With one exception, the eight alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided generally positive opinions of the facility. Four alumni polled on the matter gave an average rating of four stars for the effectiveness of the facility’s group counseling sessions. Offering a four-star rating for the facility’s overall counseling options, one anonymous alum wrote: “It’s was good to know I wasn’t alone. I like the group settings.”

Many alumni also cited 12-step immersion as a facility strength. Offering a five-star rating for the respect shown to clientele, one alum wrote: “They took us to outside meetings and introduced me to AA. It saved my life.” Rodney gave a five-star rating for the facility’s ability to resolve conflict and wrote: “I attended AA meetings, got a sponsor and worked the 12 steps as suggested.”

Many alumni felt the facility lacked holistic and extracurricular activities. The six alumni polled on this survey metric gave an average rating of 2.5 out of five stars for the inclusion of holistic and alternative treatment approaches. “Absolutely no offering for art, creativity or physical activity,” alum Rachel wrote. The one dissatisfied alum felt the facility was overall ineffective. “They don’t help you at all; they just detox you and send you on your way.”

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

The seven loved ones surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date also tended to approve of the facility. Seven individuals polled on the matter gave an average rating of 4.14 stars for the facility’s counseling options and an average rating of 3.71 stars for the level of family participation in treatment. “It allows the families to join in on the treatment, one loved one wrote, adding: “They try as hard as they can to make the patients feel at home…”

Offering a four-star rating for the facility’s discharge planning, another anonymous loved one wrote: “They have people who care about helping people beat their addiction,” however, supporting alumni opinions, the loved one added: “I would like for them to have more activities for their clients.” Collectively, the seven loved ones gave an average rating of 4.29 out of five stars for the likelihood they’d recommend the facility to others.

FINANCING

According to its website, Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center accepts most major insurance plans, as well as Medicaid. Local residents may be eligible for sliding scale fees, which are based on the client’s income.

Reviews about Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center

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  • Excellent counselors and techs. They honestly care about clients lives. Helped me 100%. They do need more activities like art therapy. But overall one of the best in Kentucky.
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  • I referred my mother to this amazing treatment center. They provide exceptional care and cutting edge treatment. Centerstone saves lives!
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  • EFFECTIVENESS, LOCATION, LENGTH OF PROGRAM NOT REALLY ANY WEAKNESSES CONSIDERING THE EFFECTIVENESS, BUT THE FOOD COULD BE BETTER MY PARTNER ATTENDED THE FACILITY BECAUSE OF AN ADDICTION. HE ENTERED THE PROGRAM QUICKLY, RECEIVED GOOD TREATMENT, AND WAS RELEASED QUICKLY WITH NO RELAPSE. WE ARE SATISFIED.
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  • Group treatment Activities weren't good. It's was good to know I wasn't alone. I like the group settings.
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  • It allows the families to join in on the treatment They don't make the patient feel embarrassed about being in the facility and they try as hard as they can to make the patients feel at home and proud of the treatment they are receiving.
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  • counseling facility was poor. it works
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  • The best place in Louisville to go for treatment. Staff was amazing. I enjoyed the classes and meetings. I am still clean today due to the direction i was giving while i stayed there. Would recommend for anybody whos trying to get their life together to try this place. It has saved many lifes. Also had very good meals and lots of smoke breaks. Lol
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  • It was an overall good facility; however, they needed better connectivity and holistic opportunities.
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  • I enjoyed their food and their policy that if you are not feeling well they let you sleep and then they will come in and check on you. They also used 12-Steps and I was fond of that; however, they could have used more family involvement.
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  • They don't help you at all; they just detox you and send you on your way.
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  • They have people who care about helping people beat their addiction. I would like for them to have more activities for their clients. They do a fine job and this is not an easy job to do so you have to be dedicated.
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  • JADAC saves lives!
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  • This facility was exactly what I needed. They took us to outside meetings and introduced me to AA. It saved my life. The staff really cares there
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  • A little over crowded, I would have liked more smoke breaks. More leisure time. Activities to stay busy not just lessons. Food was good. Beds were horribly uncomfortable. Would like to have more physical opportunities and less forced meeting. More leisure time
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  • I attended AA meetings, got a sponsor and worked the 12 steps as suggested.
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  • There was nothing offered there outside of class, counseling and food. Spent too much time watching movies that had nothing to do with recovery. Absolutely no offering for art, creativity or physical activity. Plenty of time to sit still, though, which I guess is something I needed to learn to do. I was able to gather a few weeks sober there as well. Most of the staff really cared and made time to talk if you needed but it would have been nice to have some instruments or art therapy and at least some level of physical activity.