Gosnold on Cape Cod

200 Ter Heun Drive, Falmouth, Massachusetts, 02540

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For over 40 years, Gosnold has been serving individuals and families affected by addiction. We understand addiction as a chronic disease that requires lifelong care and management. Our full continuum of inpatient and outpatient programs enables us to treat individuals at all stages of the illness and our Reaching Out family program brings hope and support to families. A dedicated and caring staff using evidence based practices can help patients and family members develop and understand the changes that can lead to life long remission. Gosnold supports you for the life of your recovery.

Facility Highlights

  • Founded in 1972
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • 12-step program

Specialization

  • Addiction Support Services for Family and Friends
    The Reaching Out family program offers addiction education, support groups, community forums, intervention counseling and recovery coaching.An educated and supportive family has a positive impact on treatment outcomes. Support groups enable family members to share their experiences and learn ways to help them manage the challenges of addiction and early recovery.
  • Individual Coaching
    Recovery Coaching is a personalized service between an individual in early recovery and an experienced professional knowledgeable about addiction and familiar with recovery resources.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

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In a perverse way it works it was so bad I never want to go back and will hopefully stay sober. Food good medical care good but the patients run the facility and those in charge look the other way. Many clients have the choice between Gosnold and the street. Its better then being homeless

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Very unprofessional. Run by people in "recovery," who don't seem to have the education needed to understand how the brain and nervous system work. Addicts are usually very selfish people, and without proper knowledge, may delve deeper into the world of "all about me." Self-focus is not what an addict needs. Dwelling on themselves is what took them down. Depression/anxiety/narcists/socialiopathetic disorders are selfish disorders. Those in recovery are still wrapped around their own issues and thus "helping," an addict to overcome their problem is unhealthy. They may sit and commensurate, but that is not what it takes to move an addict out of addiction. This facility is not a place for your loved one to move forward in my experience, they are making worse choices by being here.

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Worst faculty ever do not send your loved one in this faculty, staff have no education on substance use disorder, drugs being sold in facility, it’s only for profit faculty, no family communication even if your are listed to be informed, administration will not even contact a parent my son left facility and overdosed within hours families should be contact Department of public health in Boston to notify of severe concern as I will be doing

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Teresa

    My loved one was there twice first time went through treatment and was told he should stay he needed more. A friend rand relative cohersed him to go back a few years later. Was picked up by a Recovery Aid that works there, as a good deed. Drove 2hours to get him- because he cares? Well he went back and within days brought back to the Falmouth Hospitsl & in coma for almost one week. I asked I be contacted when he was conscious so we could find an alternative and stressed how unhappy I was, that he had been there before. No call but to tell me he was going back? He made a decision to finish the program. I. M no expert but a drug addict for years who attends a facility, is transferred to an ER and in a coma for a week is able to make a conscious decision? I don’t think so. It’s all about money and billing insurance and Mass Health- having a DPH bed is supposedly a priveledge there yet not for a taxpayer. Stressing family involvement yet not involving family is a great dis-service and totally not what they advertise. Unfortunately it did not work for either addict! Both detox and aftercare is dangerous. Don’t send someone you love there.
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