- Spirituality Groups
- Daily Activity & Exercise
- Medication Education
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
The alcohol and drug inpatient rehab program provides specialized treatment for people who are actively addicted to alcohol or other drugs and need detoxification with intensive medical supervision. It is ideal for people who do not have the support to detoxify on an outpatient basis, and the program helps people safely and more comfortably detox from addictive substances. The average length of stay in the program is three to five days and can vary on each person's individual needs.
Butler Hospital Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
Treatment was totally ineffective. What more is there to say.
The staff that help out on unit are great. Some of the doctors are not that caring. I have been at butler on d4 many times. I always had good care. This time I was on a different unit. I didn’t mix ...
Can\'t believe the treatment they do here! ...Messed up people running this place!
Affordable Dingy Dark bad food The place was under staffed. The Dr's did not spend enough time with patients. A bad catch and release program. Not progressive at all.
The staff was good. I liked it
The quality, service and staffHigh quality program that had a tremendous positive and effective impact to my life.
Mental health services we good. Overall it's a great place with great staff to help in your time of need.
They have helped with my sons addiction to pills They do not have enough doctors on duty Well my sion has been on a program there for months.
I liked he friendliness of the staff. Not being able to leave when I wanted to was a negative. I liked it there. It was a horrible time but I made it through.
Councelling was good Hospitality/bedside manner wasn't the best Its helpful for people dealing with substance abuse
All of them were great. They gave the best staff
Great program Institutional feeling. Great for recovery
I have been in bulter 3or 4 times. I have been in ECT, also as inpatient and there really wasnt a good reason. and then I also did the partial program most recently. The more i stay in there the more...
Apparently the standard of care you get may vary from unit to unit. The unit I was on was fantastic. The drs, nurses, therapists, and mental health workers were great. When they see you\'re having a h...
This place is so disorganized and messed up. They do not teach you real world coping skills or how to deal with real world problems they sugar coat everything and try teaching you the most unhealthy w...
Caring, educated staff. Inpatient and outpatient programs available. Sets you up with a long term therapist based on your needs.
They employ persons who are in recovery themselves. The therapist are few and far between. Good food, nice campus, nice staff, psychiatrist staff is limited.
Knowledgeable staff. Size of facility was a downfall. the best place for medical needs at time of detox. Staff is highly competent.
Well educated and knowledgeable doctors well trained staff members. Does not offer or use holistic approaches. You are treated well; there is a great quality of care good structure.
Providing quality mental healthcare. Very costly. Overall, had a positive experience for my family member who had been treated.
The fact that it includes mental health problems is important. It is a hospital atmosphere. It is primarily a mental health facility but they have addiction treatment as well. It's ok, but not the gre...
It does not sugar coat things for you-- very professional. Lack of contact to family at first. Keeps you busy in groups and therapy.
Some good counselors. Seems like you're there just to prevent you from committing suicide. Some awful counselors. Overheard one counselor speaking badly about patients. Guy who was admitting me was ve...
It is the place to get help. However, it is overcrowded.
I was amazed at the level of care and understanding in all members of staff.
...Staff was rude and disorganized. I quit drinking since on my own and have not had a drink in a year and a half...Do not go here. They will look down on you and treat you poorly. Try any other place...
Have been clean and sober for a little over six years.
It was a great program for my needs at the time.
After care consisted of out patient psychiatrist
Allowed us to bring her cat and have an outdoor visit with her. They are fabulous.
Not enough time with Assigned Doctor. Its like you have the cliff note version.
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.
- Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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