ABOUT NAAMAN CENTER – ELIZABETHTOWN
Naaman Center offers counseling to adults and adolescents at its five locations in southeast Pennsylvania. The Christian faith-based nonprofit organization addresses addiction and substance abuse as well as co-occurring mental health disorders). In operation for a quarter of a century, Naaman Center provides outpatient treatment in this main Elizabethtown location as well as in, Quarryville, Gap, and Elizabethville.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the Naaman Center website, adults in need of outpatient treatment for substance use disorders can participate in once weekly standard or twice weekly intensive outpatient programming. Both tracks include two-hour group sessions and one individual counseling session per week. Morning and evening schedules are available. Specialized youth counseling is provided for individuals ages 15 to 17.
The center’s website andmore than two dozen topics addressed in counseling as well as several therapeutic modalities, such as cognitive and relaxation techniques, education, and 12-step Celebrate Recovery meetings. Several of the 12-Steps, grief, communication, family, meditation and prayer, stress management, and the biology and chemistry of addiction are among the topics covered.
Naaman Center employs master’s level counselors, licensed social workers, certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADC), and a psychiatrist, the center’s website indicates. The three individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave Naaman Center four or five out of five stars when asked about the staff’s level of training and experience.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The pair of alumni surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing shared excellent feedback and ratings. Both granted Naaman Center five out of five stars for counseling options, family participation, and. A metric measuring overall treatment effectiveness received four and five stars respectively. Of 15 points of evaluation, only and affordability received moderate ratings of three stars. One alum described the center’s groups as “awesome,” while the other agreed, but felt the program was too short.
Reviews across secondary sites were similarly positive. The sole Yellowpages.com reviewer gave Naaman Center in Elizabethtown five out of five stars, applauding the helpful staff. He noted that the facility was busy, but “one of the best.” On the center’s official Facebook page, which its staff may be able to monitor, one five-star reviewer characterized Naaman as nonjudgmental. “I was accepted for me without proving myself,” John wrote. Six additional individuals left five-star ratings with no written commentary. Likewise on Google, three of four ratings were for four or five out of five stars and none included details.
Countering the positive trend were two out of three CiteHealth reviewers who both rated the Center just one of five stars. One criticized an over-reliance on medication-assisted treatment rather than an abstinence approach. A third reviewer, granting five stars, indicated long-term involvement with Naaman Center, seeming to corroborate some kind of maintenance program, which is not noted on the facility’s website. The positive reviewer also praised the staff.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
At the time of this writing, the lone loved one polled by Best-rehabs.com likewise provided a positive opinion of the Elizabethtown Naaman Center facility. Their ratings of four and five stars apiece mirrored alumni approval of family participation, counseling options, and treatment for co-occurring conditions. They praised the individual counseling services, but noted that clients could have benefited from greater smoking cessation support.
WHAT STAFF SAY
Two Naaman Center employees praised the facility on Facebook, describing a safe-haven and a rewarding experience.
The Naaman Center website indicates that insurance coverage is accepted from various public sources and minimal private plans. There is a commitment to treat individuals regardless of financial capability. The nonprofit organization raises funds to help cover costs.