Gateway Rehab

100 Moffett Run Road, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, 15001

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(74 reviews)
Gateway Rehabilitation Center, a private, not-for-profit organization, is a positive force in the prevention, treatment, education and research of substance abuse and alcoholism. Since 1972, our center has thrived under the guiding spirit of its founder and medical director emeritus, Abraham J. Twerski, M.D. This renowned author and physician first opened Gateway Rehab as a 28-day, abstinence-based alcohol and drug dependence treatment center for adults. Today, Gateway Rehab is an internationally recognized leader in addiction treatment, offering an array of services for adolescents, youth, and adults with a compassionate and individualized approach.

Facility Highlights

  • Youth Services
  • Correction Division
  • Employee Assistance Program

Specialization

  • Medical Detoxification
    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
  • Out Patient
    Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

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Kb

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So I just left there 3/12 20/20 I had like three days left they said we could not have visitors due to the Coronavirus and if one person had a temperature or showed symptoms that there would be a possibility that the whole place may get quarantined but that they would continue to take patients so sick people can come in but your visitors can't or drop off any belongings for you got the impression that it was all about the money I suggest you wait to go there until after the coronavirus problem is solved other than that the staff was very nice and respectful and food was good you kind of get what you put into it there for effort

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Gateway saved my life. The therapists and staff there were so supportive and helpful and gave me so much hope. It wasn’t the greatest rehab in terms of the facility itself but the techs and counselors and staff made up for it. I went to Gateway inpatient and now I’m in outpatient. I’m grateful.

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Not any of the staff return call after messages have been left numerous times. Just care about keeping patients for money purposes. Dropped off garments and patient didn't receive for over two days. So hard to put monies on account, called all day and at 3:30 finally answered to take cc#. I am surely gonna make a better business report and to governor.

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It's not the same as it used to be and it's changing for the worse! The new director and managers there are running it into the ground. They are letting go and firing the good employees, the ones who actually care about the patients and hold the patients accountable, while they are terribly understaffed. The main focus is not for the 12 steps or to help the patients stay clean and sober, but to get them on maintenance drugs and to keep them coming back so Gateway can get more money. The ones affected the most are the men, because that's the biggest population, but low staff and a manager who would rather not have them go to outside AA/NA meetings almost daily, like the other populations do, because that's what needs to be practiced to maintain recovery. If you or a loved one needs rehab, go somewhere else where you will actually get help.

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Do not go here, the councilors are never available. The staff is the worst, they do not care about you. The only thing they are concerned with is socializing with each other. The patients are counciling each other. The nurse is very rude and doesn't care if you get your medications, said she has other things to do...you'll just have to wait til after lunch, and I've gone two days without blood pressure medicine. I came here voluntarily, gonna go somewhere else that cares and are willing to help. If you want and need help, please go to a real rehab and not this dump.