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Adams Recovery Center - Men's Facility

3.5 Very Good (5 Reviews) |
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1050 Old US Highway 52
New Richmond, Ohio 45147

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Facility Highlights

Family Counseling

Individual Counseling

Group Counseling


Gender-specific rehabs for alcoholism and drug abuse give individuals the opportunity to participate in a truly focused and personalized treatment experience. The Men’s Facility at Adams Recovery Center takes a multidisciplinary approach to addiction treatment, combining the latest evidenced-based practices with a therapeutic community model and 12-step support.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only


  • CARF
  • ADP


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Meet The Staff

Dave Neltner, LICDC-CS
Clinical Coordinator

Dave brings over 30 years of substance abuse treatment experience to the ARC. He has been a certified substance counselor since 1993 working in both northern Kentucky and greater Cincinnati with men women children and families and currently holds the L.I.C.D.C.-C.S. Dave's approach combines knowledge experience and humor while always placing the client first.

Sherry Johnson, CDCA
Counselor Assistant

Sherry Johnson awarded Associate of Applied Science with major in Addictions (2011). She is currently working on her Bachelors in College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services with Major of Substance Abuse Counseling. Sherry has worked for four years in a domestic violence shelter with women and children, empowering them to overcoming abuse by living healthier and safer stable lives. Sherry is trained in Sexual Abuse Prevention (Stewards of Children) ,and S.T.A.N.D. for Your Community Opiate Summit 2013. Sherry is currently Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant in the State of Ohio.


User Reviews

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Great facility it saved my life the fact is you get out of the program what you put in. So if you don\'t put in effort you don\'t get results bottom line. To all the counselors everyone of you hold a special place in my heart thanks for everything. To everyone that is wondering if this program works I can tell you from experience it does I\'m a graduate. So don\'t let it be too late get treatment life is to short.
I didn't think much of the program when I started, but once I started to trust the process, everything made sense. They saved my life!
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My brother is here for the 90-day treatment program. It's effective and the staff are caring. Great place if you are serious about getting well.
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There is a reason there is no waiting list for this program. It is horrendous and clients are treated like jail inmates and stacked in a small facility like cordwood with absolutely no privacy. They not only allow, but encourage suboxone therapy, but charge a $350 "transport fee" to receive it. Clients are not permitted to talk to staff unless they go through client leaders, even when the request pertains to confidential medical information. Although their website promises various treatment approaches and services for clients with a dual diagnosis, that isn't true. I was there 20 days and saw a counselor on the day of my admission and the day of my discharge and never received any additional counseling or supportive services except for two short conversations with a nurse. Six of the 24 people in the program during my short stay either quit or were kicked out.
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Official Facility Response
It is unfortunate to hear that your experience was not ideal and did not meet your expectations. Less than one percent of all clients at Adams Recovery Center report a negative experience. I can assure you that your negative perception of your stay at Adams Recovery Center is not the norm. Any client who enters the program is informed of the Suboxone fee, which is non-refundable. This non-refundable fee is explained via intake over the telephone prior to your assessment, and once again when you show for for the assessment *and* you are offered placement in the program. Additionally, all clients who choose to enter the voluntary Suboxone program are given a form to sign that indicates the fee is *non-refundable*, and your signature on the document is counter-signed in the presence of competent staff. Additionally, the Suboxone fee entirely covers the initial visit to the doctor. Absolutely no portion of the fee is used for "transportation," and Adams Recovery Center neither promotes nor discourages voluntary Suboxone treatment. Our competent and professional staff go to great lengths to explain the Suboxone program and the fees associated with such. Adams Recovery Center is a Therapeutic Community. A hierarchy exists to help those who struggle with addiction to re-learn important social skills and delay instant gratification -- something that is a problem for those struggling with addiction. Adams Recovery Center's Therapeutic Community model is recognized by the Federal Government (SAMHSA) as an effective and evidenced-based approach to dealing with substance abuse and drug use disorders. If you have any questions about the program including its clinical implementation, the structure of the Therapeutic Community or the Suboxone program, you are encouraged to contact me and I will be happy to provide additional information. Respectfully, Director Adams Recovery Center.
They saved my life. Just went to meetings and groups once I left.
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