Landmark Recovery exists to assist each patient in the development of a lifestyle that is permanently free from all mind and mood altering substances and that promotes the patient’s well-being across mind, body, and spirit. We strive to achieve this vision by building strong, ethically-grounded relationships between each employee and each patient. These relationships outlast the treatment program and continue to serve the patient as long as necessary post-discharge.
Our corporate values are:
PEOPLE: While recognizing the importance of delivering a return on investment to shareholders, Landmark holds that it is never acceptable to compromise its moral and/or ethical responsibility to meet the needs of its patients, employees, or communities in the name of increasing profits. As such, the legitimate needs of the PEOPLE involved in the Landmark community must always come first when making business decisions.
PASSION: Landmark holds that, in order to deliver the highest quality treatment, all stakeholders must exhibit a continuous internal desire to see each and every Landmark patient achieve his or her goal of a substance-free lifestyle. This PASSION must drive each action that our employees and contractors complete the job, and should be externally obvious to all patients, stakeholders, and community members.
PURPOSE: Landmark holds that employees must be cognizant at all times of the company’s mission, and must be driven in their work by that mission continuously. The PURPOSE behind the work is at least as important as the work itself.
LANDMARK LIFE: All employees and stakeholders must strive to assist patients in achieving a life that is substance-free and completely fulfilled in mind, body, and spirit.
ABOUT LANDMARK RECOVERY OF LOUISVILLE
Located in Louisville, Ky., not far from Interstate 264 and Louisville International Airport, Landmark Recovery of Louisville is a newly built residential treatment facility for adults struggling with chemical dependency. The facility also offers medically monitored detox services on-site, one of onlyin the state of Kentucky to offer this service.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
To determine that Landmark is an appropriate facility, potential clients receive a comprehensive medical and psycho-social assessment, which lasts between three to five days. On occasion, clients with acute psychiatric conditions will be referred to another facility, where they will receive a more appropriate level of care. The residential program typically lasts 30-45 days.
Upon intake, clients receive a physical examination and meet with a treatment team member to go over their medical history and develop an individualized treatment plan. Residential programming lasts from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm daily.
Residents enrolled in the residential program receive one-on-one counseling at least twice a week, as well as three hours of group therapy daily. They will also attend workshops focused on a variety of topics, such as the disease model of addiction, relapse prevention, and spirituality, to name a few. Clients also attend 12-step meetings off-site.
Additional offerings include neurofeedback, family programming, and yoga. When a client completes their program, clients receive personalized aftercare and monitoring for an additional six months.
Landmark’s treatment team includes a physician, a nurse practitioner, 24-hour nursing staff, psychologists, and licensed master’s level counselors. Overall, the 143 individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date praised the facility’s staff.
Staff Experience and Training: 4.4/5
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings, however the 143 survey respondents polled on the matter gave the center an impressively high average rating for the physical facility.
Facility Cleanliness and Upkeep: 4.5/5
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
In general, the over 100 alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com to date praised most aspects of the facility, highlighting the staff’s availability, as well as the facility’s discharge planning and counseling options, as strengths.
Staff Availability: 4.3/5
Discharge Planning: 4/5
Counseling Options: 4/5
In their written commentary, alumni referred to the staff as “well trained,” “courteous,” and “great.” Alum C.A.L. especially appreciated that staff were also in recovery. “This makes conversation and advice extremely helpful, and everyone is very understanding and caring towards both patients and fellow staff,” C.A.L. wrote. Though he claimed that there wasn’t enough food, former client Nick noted that he was “Grateful for everything they’ve offered me.”
Despite their overall satisfaction, many considered the facility’s newness a weakness. However, alumni reported they were highly likely to recommend the facility to others.
Likelihood to Recommend: 4.6/5
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Like alumni, the four loved ones polled numerically by Best-rehabs.com to date also shared positive reports, citing a strong staff and medical care as strengths. R.F.R. described the staff as “compassionate” and “enthusiastic,” but felt that the new facility had much to improve upon. “New and still learning,” she observed. J.M., another loved one, found the staff was “very helpful and patient.” Loved ones also lauded the amount of family participation.
Family Participation: 4.5/5
WHAT STAFF SAY
The staff members surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date gave the facility mostly positive feedback. The three polled on the matter gave Landmark four- and five-star ratings for its counseling options, holistic opportunities, and family inclusion.
“Medically speaking this facility is on par with others around town, but the facility is much more then that.” R.M. wrote. “The staff work as a team to make sure all the clients are happy and engaged during the day.” Yet, as alumni and loved ones pointed out, staff also mentioned that new facility had some kinks to work out.
There is currently no information provided on the facility’s webpage regarding its costs. Collectively, the 135 Best-rehabs.com reviewers polled on the matter generally approved of the facility’s cost. Self pay is accepted as well as many insurance plans including Cigna, Humana, Aetna, United Healthcare, and Tricare.