Recovery Works Elizabethtown drug and alcohol treatment center is located in Elizabethtown, KY — the center point between Louisville, Lexington, and Bowling Green. Recovery Works Elizabethtown provides rehabilitation programs in a comfortable setting. 30-day residential treatment is the centerpiece, but Recovery Works Elizabethtown also offers short-stay drug and alcohol detox and outpatient options like addiction counseling, recovery groups, and Suboxone Therapy.
ABOUT RECOVERY WORKS – ELIZABETHTOWN
A large, stately residence in Elizabethtown is the site of one of three Recovery Works rehabilitation centers in Kentucky that provide treatment to adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. This facility offers medical detox, medication-assisted treatment, and intensive outpatient programming along with a 30-day residential program. Recovery Works prioritizes involving friends and family in the rehab process. All three Kentucky rehab centers, including one inand another in , are part of the Pinnacle Treatment Centers group, which operates more than three dozen facilities in eight states.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The Recovery Works treatment approach integrates evidence-based psychotherapy and recreational therapies, such as music and art, according to information provided by the facility to Best-rehabs.com. Among other services referenced on the center’s website are nutritional support (assessment and planning), education, life skills training, and community and health referrals. Programming is individualized to meet each client’s needs and circumstances.
Admission begins with an interview and discussion of the Elizabethtown Recovery Works services, guidelines, and financial arrangements. All clients undergo a medical exam as well as psychological and substance use assessments.
Residents and clients of the center’s day and evening intensive outpatient programs participate in individual counseling and group therapy sessions, along with 12-step meetings. Medication-assisted treatment is available on-site or through coordination with another provider for Suboxone, Vivitrol, or Methadone.
The Pinnacle organization takes pride in its alumni services. Support groups for both former clients and loved ones are available, and alumni may visit current residential clients and attend sober social events.
According to the Recovery Works website, treatment teams are multi-disciplinary and include medical staff and counselors.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Website photographs of the Elizabethtown Recovery Works facility feature a large, white, estate home with additional buildings and a gazebo on-site. The residence is classically furnished with shared bedrooms. No further details regarding living arrangements or related offerings are available from the facility at the time of this writing. However, feedback submitted to Best-rehabs.com from alumni and loved ones revealed several trends in perception.
Ratings for meals and nutrition ranged from one to five stars, averaging 2.8 out of five stars from 12 reviewers. Two individuals explicitly reported dissatisfaction with the food provided. Three each alumni and loved ones largely agreed that the facility was clean and well maintained (with a four-star rating on average), but that exercise and leisure activities were limited, reflected in six ratings of only one or two stars.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Reviews Best-rehabs.com has received from 15 former clients were split nearly evenly between seven who would recommend Recovery Works Elizabethtown to others and eight who would not. The average rating for treatment effectiveness from nine polled was 2.2 stars.
The most common complaints alumni shared depicted the rehabs center and its staff as unsupportive and discouraging. Two reported that they did not receive the care they had expected. More favorable reviews noted the need for clients to do the work necessary for successful outcomes, which they described as continuing sobriety and a changed outlook on life. Two particularly positive alumni praised the “very personal one on one care” and the “level of concern and care” received.
Three alumni polled more extensively on particular treatment elements agreed on low ratings of, but were split between one, three, and five stars for flexibility in counseling options.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Feedback from five family members was overall critical of Recovery Works Elizabethtown. Four indicated to Best-rehabs.com that they would not recommend the facility. A central criticism was of insufficient personalized and professional care. One parent cited no psychiatric treatment and staff that focused on problems over solutions (echoing alumni concerns about negative talk from treatment staff). Another reported receiving noand not enough family counseling. The four asked about holistic offerings concurred with alumni’s low ratings.
Pinnacle Treatment Centers, which include Recovery Works in Elizabethtown, accept Medicaid and coverage from most major private insurance plans. Self-payment is also accepted. Of the five individuals polled on costs, four agreed that treatment was affordable or fairly priced.