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Stepworks Recovery Centers, Elizabethtown

4.0 Great (12 Reviews) |
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1207 Woodland Dr.
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

Services

  • Private/Secluded

Facility Highlights

Family Sessions

Exercise Equipment

Individual Therapy

Philosophy

We believe that each person who walks through our door for residential treatment has a unique story, personality, and set of spiritual beliefs. While our curriculum is consistent, our treatment plans are individualized to meet your specific needs. Stepworks has been in business for over 10 years, helping more than 6,000 clients achieve sobriety! Our long-term success rate is 78% – more than double the national average.

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

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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5.0
Excellent
I appreciate everything yall did.
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4.0
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4.0
Great
They were good.They seemed to actually care. They needed more personnel.
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2.3
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This place sucks
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I got more help from the other clients there. The nurse staff weren't very professional. The food was barely enough. When I was leaving the discovered that they gave all my belongings away and told me I should have made sure that my name was spelled right on my stuff. If you have any medical problems don't go there. Do not go there. Hey do t care about sobriety they care about getting paid
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This place is nothing but love it.i was on my death bed when I came through there doors. The staff did not judge me they showed nothing but compassion they saved me.
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1.0
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The staff focus more on punishing you then helping you. They feed you garbage, and try to micromanage you. I am sure the owner is making money hand over fist with court ordered Medicaid patients. This place in not a conducive to healing
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1.0
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Drug abuse is a disease that effects families and not just individuals. This place was a as bad as it comes. We waited a week to get my son admitted and after just 6 days he was 'administratively discharged' for not following protocol. When he entered this place he was coming off a two week binge of using anything and everything he could ingest or inject. He was high, likely on meth, the day he entered this place. He was provided a two day step down using suboxone to treat his withdrawal, something I have never heard of. I've been around this disease long enough to know that no matter what so called protocol you are using there is no "one size fits all" answer to treating detox and withdrawals. My guess is that this so called protocol is driven by money and funding alone and has nothing to do with individual need. During that time he was forced to participate in all activities and was forced to attend a bible study group. On the day of discharge we were notified that the decision had been made based on their protocol. This was after being woken from a sound sleep prior to 6 am an given an ultimatum to get up and get to work in the kitchen or pack his bags and leave. When we received the phone call that the decision had been made, we were given two hours to come pick him up. We live about three hours from the facility. At the time he was still experiencing significant withdrawal symptoms. The so called program director for the weekend showed zero compassion for our issues and refused to discuss alternatives to the administrative discharge. She was rude and treated me as something less than human. The other person I spoke to refused to let me speak to my son and said she was needed to supervise his packing of his belongings to leave. I was told that he would be allowed to wait inside until we got there as long as he remained compliant. If he did not they would put him outside-in below 30 degree temperatures in a strange town. Before he left he was made to strip his bed linens and told that he had to re-make the bed. He refused. I would have too. He told us that at one point his blood pressure was checked and the person, wearing a nurses costume, didn't even know what 180/80 meant and had to ask another staff member if this was acceptable. This place masquerades as a rehab facility. I expect they are in it for the money and are therefore looking for compliant "sheep" to follow their protocols unquestioningly. During my conversation with the so called weekend director I asked her how many years of experience she had in this field. She responded that she had been doing this work for 14 years. I suspect that she has been pushing paper and collecting money for that time. I suspect that she comes no where near to the 20 plus years of living with this disease as myself and my family have done. She certainly showed no compassion or understanding for our situation. She could only respond with the word protocol. The disease of drug addiction is a terrible and horrible way for a family to live. This facility did nothing to help us. The people I spoke to there were rude, cold, and totally lacking in human compassion. They should all be ashamed. If you are a person or family member reading this and looking for help with this disease, please keep looking. This place is on the same level of being a farce as the so called rehabs that follow Scientology. And yeah, we've been there too. This disease it seems is a never ending, life long battle and people like those who work at the Elizabethtown facility are worthless. If I had known a week ago, what I know today I would have never subjected my son to this place.
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Let me help you here DON\'T CHOOSE this rehad, I just left and here is the truth be ready to hear FROM EXPERIENCE. I was only in detox for one day and a half then they throw you out of detox for the next money head to come into detox all about the money not you. So 1 and a half days thew out of detox into a total different building were then you get locked out of your rooms from 8a to 8p it was nothing short of a nightmare. The night nurse is so rude short blond old spiky hair yeap she\'s a real evil lady.. there are two people there that care about you that\'s the day nurse in detox and the administration lady. PLEASE PLEASE IF YOU WANT SOBRIETY FOR YOURSELF OR LOVED ON PLEASE DONT CHOOSE THIS PLACE PLEASE
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5.0
Excellent
It was hard at first. I hated not having my cell phone and no contact with the out side world but I was thankful in the end and understood why it was important to be sperate from the \"real world\". I loved this place and they saved my life. I love the staff as well. Keep up the good work Step works. Xoxo
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1.0
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This is one of the worst treatment centers I have ever visited. I went there almost 4 years ago and (stayed sober since) have attended one and visited many since... My detox was terrible and a Doctor never checked on me. They just left me in bed. Where I shared a room and bathroom with ELEVEN other girls! The place was not clean at all and the staff really didn\'t care about it. I was so scared detoxing and everyone pretty much just told me to get over it. ...They were not supportive or comforting at all. Thank goodness I didn\'t drink, continued with AA and left to go to a real treatment center (Hazelden in center city Minnesota) and was able to stay sober. Terrible place I do not recommend at all. Hopefully this place will not be anyone\'s first experience of the 12 steps because they are likely to run from sobriety after this experience and not come back. Also it was the patients responsibility to cook all the other patients too...
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I stay there 30 days and I don\'t like at all you never know if you stay there you can get kicked out even on last moment there\'s was a lady that. Stay 31 days and they won\'t let she graduate and don\'t let she call anyone to pick her up she just tuck off walking ,some staff members...are very evil...sun as you get sick or complaint they look for a reason to kick you out , at night and weekends people do what ever they want , the staff it\'s not professional at all .
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5.0
Excellent
Caring staff, effective treatment It was the best decision to attend the facility and address issues. They gave my friend her best chance at repairing her life and moving forward in a positive manner
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3.0
Good
It being a 30 day treatment program, the staff thoroughly covered steps one and two Hardly any ways to actually talk to family, except on visiting days The living space was very small It was very expensive to get in If you have problems with another person, the staff doesn't handle the problem appropriately I definitely wouldn't go back to this place
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4.7
Excellent
They not only helped me, they helped my family understand. They helped repair important relationships and really tried to help me build a support system before I left the safety of the facility.
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