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600 South Preston Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40202
Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC) provides medically supervised inpatient detoxification and residential treatment to Kentucky residents struggling from chemical dependency. During inpatient detoxification, participants receive medical evaluation, withdrawal assistance, counseling, addiction education, and resource referrals. Residents receive counseling, life skills coursework, and 12-Step services. JADAC also provides outpatient treatment for up to twelve weeks, after which time clients are referred to aftercare treatment that provides services such as group counseling and medical assessment to continue their road on recovery.

Facility Highlights

  • Recovery Education
  • Life Skills Education
  • Individual Counseling


  • 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.
  • 12-Step

    The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Hospital

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Formerly known as the Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC), the Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center is an 80-bed treatment facility that provides medical detox, inpatient care, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), which are available at 36.8 percent of Kentucky-based facilities, and aftercare for adults struggling with chemical dependency.

Located in central Louisville, Ky. and a division of Centerstone Kentucky — a regional treatment provider with facilities in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee — the center is among the 28.4 percent of Kentucky facilities that offer specialized programming for pregnant clients. Centerstone is among the 51.8 percent of Kentucky-based addiction treatment centers that operate as private nonprofits.


Centerstone adheres to the 12-step model of addiction and recovery. In addition, the facility utilizes medication-assisted treatment(MAT), offering medications alongside counseling to address the physiological components of addiction. Medications used at the facility include buprenorphine (which is used at 16.2 percent of Kentucky-based facilities), naltrexone, mood stabilizers, and anti-depressants.

Upon admission, clients undergo an initial substance use assessment to determine the most appropriate level of care. Clients who need to detox receive medical monitoring, lab work, and a medical exam, plus the possibility of medication-assisted treatment using Suboxone, for clients struggling with opioid addiction.

For clients who require residential or intensive care longer than detox, there are two options. An inpatient program offers short-term care, while a residential program, also offered from the hospital's location, offers long-term care for eight to nine months, or even longer. Both programs use individual, group, and family counseling as well as MAT, when appropriate.

Once a client completes an inpatient program, clinicians provide discharge planning and referrals to community services. The center also offers a specialized case management service for pregnant women called Project Link. In some cases, clinicians may encourage residential clientele to use the facility’s intensive outpatient program (IOP) as “step-down” aftercare service. IOPs are offered in the daytime or the evening, to suit a variety of schedules.


The center employs a multidisciplinary staff of physicians, nurses, licensed professional alcohol and drug counselors, case managers, and a support staff. The 13 individuals polled by Rehabs.com to date on the staff were mostly impressed.

Staff Experience and Training: 3.8/5


The Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center can accommodate up to 80 inpatient/residential clients. Although specific information is scarce concerning the facility’s accommodations and amenities, the 13 individuals polled by Rehabs.com to date on the center's general comfort and amenities gave lukewarm feedback.

Cleanliness: 3.7/5
Exercise and Leisure: 3.2/5


Alumni polled by Rehabs.com gave mostly positive feedback, with some notes of recurring complaint. For instance, many alumni felt the facility lacked holistic and extracurricular activities, as reflected in the low ratings given by the five reviewers polled on the center's holistic offerings. Alumni also reported a lack of family involvement.

Family Participation: 2.8/5
Holistic Offerings: 2.6/5

“There was nothing offered there outside of class, counseling and food... Absolutely no offering for art, creativity or physical activity,” alum Rachel wrote in a typical comment. The same five reviewers also felt that the center's counseling options left room for improvement, and were undecided on whether they'd recommend the center.

Would Recommend: 3.4/5
Counseling Options: 3/5

However, on the whole, clients felt that the program was helpful, despite its lack of extracurricular activities. In particular, reviewers repeatedly praised the immersion in 12-Step at the facility. "This facility was exactly what I needed. They took us to outside meetings and introduced me to AA. It saved my life. The staff really cares there," one anonymous reviewer wrote in a representative comment.

The facility also has mostly positive feedback with some notes of complaint on secondary sites at the time of this writing, with a 3.8 out of five-star average rating based on five reviews on Google.[1] "Great place for detox (7 to 10 days) and long-term treatment," Leah wrote in one of two pieces of accompanying commentary. "Wonderful," added Jasmin in the other.


The loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com to date also tended to approve of the facility. The eight friends and family members polled on the facility's performance in a variety of treatment metrics indicated that the would recommend the center, and were impressed by its counseling options, but less so by its family program:

Would Recommend: 4.3/5
Counseling Options: 4.3/5
Family Participation: 3.9/5

The reviewers repeatedly noted that the program had been effective for their loved one, and praised the center's experienced staff and counseling, including family counseling. "They have people who care about helping people beat their addiction," one anonymous reviewer wrote in a representative comment.


According to its website, Centerstone Addiction Recovery Center accepts most major insurance plans, as well as Medicaid (which is accepted at 64.6 percent of Kentucky-based facilities). Local residents may be eligible for sliding scale fees, which are based on the client’s income. To date, the 11 individuals polled on the matter offered moderate ratings concerning the facility's cost.

Affordability: 3.4/5

[1] GoogleReviews

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