Huther Doyle

Huther Doyle

ABOUT HUTHER DOYLE

Located in Rochester, N.Y., Huther Doyle has been helping clients since 1977. It currently provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and primary care health services for adults and adolescents over the age of 12. The facility does provide medication-assisted detox services. Care is also provided for Spanish-speaking clients, with consideration for cultural issues, through the Esperanza Latina program.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Treatment starts with a comprehensive evaluation, scheduled by appointment. Once completed, the client is referred to the most appropriate treatment options at Huther Doyle or an outside agency.

The facility’s stabilization and medication assisted treatment programs use medication, such as Suboxone and Naltrexone, to help clients manage symptoms of withdrawal and cravings. For clients who need a supervised detox program, referrals are made to other detox programs.

Intervention services provides assistance to families and friends who plan to confront a loved one. Before the intervention, loved ones are educated about the addiction recovery process and what they need to prepare for the intervention. After the intervention takes place, family members are encouraged to continue to support the recovery process.

Outpatient services include relapse prevention education and group counseling. Specialized groups are available for Hispanic clients, adolescents, women, families, HIV positive clients, and those with mental illnesses.

After treatment, clients can participate in chronic addiction management to maintain their recovery. This treatment uses evidence-based approaches such as motivational interviewing and Behavioral Change Therapy (BCT).

In addition to substance abuse treatment, Huther Doyle provides on-site primary health care services through an outpatient medical clinic.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team includes licensed social workers, physicians, registered nurses, and professional counselors. All staff members are bilingual to be able to provide treatment services in Spanish.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

One alum has provided feedback for Huther Doyle to Best-rehabs.com to date. The anonymous alum rated the center a perfect five stars in most categories, including leisure and exercise provisions, holistic treatment offerings, the level of staff support, connectivity/visitor policy, and cleanliness; however, the alum gave only one out of five stars for proper expectations and individual counseling.

On Google, nine reviewers to date rated Huther Doyle an average 3.6 out of five stars, with five positive reviews, two mixed, and two negative.[1] In feedback, most reviewers felt staff provided good treatment, although a few felt differently. Alum Zackary wrote: “An amazing group of dedicated individuals working there butts off to improve the day to day lives of the most vulnerable people of Rochester. Kudo’s to you all!” One transgender client did feel the center’s management could not accommodate their needs.

WHAT STAFF SAY

Best-rehabs.com currently has no reviews from staff members to date, but on Indeed, seven current and former employees to date rated Huther Doyle an average 4.3 out of five stars, with five perfect ratings, one three-star rating, and one two-star rating.[2] On Glassdoor, three former and current employees rated the center one, four, and five out of five stars.[3] In feedback, employees generally wrote Huther Doyle provided a friendly atmosphere where employees could sufficiently help clients. A chemical dependency counselor wrote: “The most enjoyable part of the job is assisting clients reach their goals and co-workers sense of humor.”

FINANCING

Huther Doyle accepts private pay, Medicaid and Medicare, as well as some private health insurance companies, including Aetna, Fidelis, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

[1] https://goo.gl/fMfrMQ
[2] https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Huther-Doyle/reviews
[3] https://www.glassdoor.ca/Reviews/Huther-Doyle-Reviews-E714169.htm

Reviews about Huther Doyle

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The councilor was awesome. He was a recovering addict himself so he could really connect with us.