ABOUT ADAMS RECOVERY CENTER – MEN’S FACILITY
Adams Recovery Center (ARC) offers individualized, gender-specific substance abuse treatment to adults. Located in New Richmond, Ohio, the facility for men provides long-term residential and intensive outpatient treatment programming. Clients struggling with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders are admitted on a case-by-case basis, but ARC is not equipped to provide dual diagnosis treatment. Suboxone maintenance is available. A separate, on the opposite side of Ohio.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Adams Recovery Center’s website reflects a high value in serving clients as soon as possible, with same-day assessments and admission available for the residential program. A typical stay ranges from 90 to 180 days, emphasizing processing through therapy and accountability through community. Drug screening is required.
Residents participate in individualized treatment plans, which draw from such evidence-based approaches as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT). One-on-one counseling is provided once a week and several process groups are scheduled each day. Family therapy is also available. Clients receiving medication-assisted therapy are transported to an affiliated physician’s office off-site.
While attendance is not required, 12-step support meetings are hosted on-site daily and are open to the local community as well as current clients.
In addition to gender-specific treatment, ARC provides specialized.
The Adams Recovery Center men’s facility employs several master’s level therapists with chemical dependency and counseling licenses. Treatment team members also include nurses and interns. The center has published books on addiction recovery, with input from staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
This 32-bed men’s rehab has several policies published on the Adams Recovery Center website. Residents participate in chores and are permitted to smoke outside during designated times. No personal electronic devices are allowed. Communication and visitation with loved ones is limited in the beginning of treatment and increasingly supported toward the end, progressing from two 10-minute supervised phone calls per week to home visits. Families visiting on-site must attend the Saturday family group session.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Three of four reviews submitted to Best-rehabs.com for the men’s Adams Recovery Center were positive and characterized the program as life-saving. The more critical alum did not like either the facility’s strict rules or its use of medication-assisted therapy. A facility staff member’s response to this review offered clarifications on the ARC approach.
Two former clients praised the staff, including alum B.J.R., whose review reflected the long-term and progressive nature of ARC. “I didn’t think much of the program when I started, but once I started to trust the process, everything made sense,” he wrote.
Elsewhere five reviewers on on a public Facebook page for ARC rated the facility an average 4.6 out of five stars, mirroring positive trends on Best-rehabs.com. The one written comment focused on the life-saving and life-changing effects of ARC rehab. Other individuals checking into the facility on Facebook expressed feelings of camaraderie during their time at the facility.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
One loved one polled by Best-rehabs.com rated ARC five stars for treatment effectiveness. Sibling D.C. wrote: “It’s effective and the staff are caring. Great place if you are serious about getting well.”
According to ARC’s website, the facility accepts private pay, Medicaid, and most private insurance plans. The fee for Suboxone treatment is $350, due at the beginning of services.