Clarity Way

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544 Iron Ridge Road
Hanover, PA 17331
8885026393 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Clarity Way takes a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to addiction treatment. The residential drug and alcohol rehab center, which is located in Hanover, Pennsylvania, uses a variety of treatment modalities to heal the mind, body, and spirit. With a small number of clients admitted at a time, Clarity Way creates a personal, comfortable environment for people to address the issues that contribute to their substance abuse. Luxury accommodations allow each individual to recover in comfort as they build a foundation for a life of sobriety.

Clarity Way 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.

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This facility back in April 2019 when I was there was amazing. The staff the other residents all contributed to my success there. The amenities were perfect, the therapy and groups met my needs. I hav...


Clarity Way in early 2019 was a wonderful place The staff there from the therapists to the chefs all of them amazing people. I met so many clients that I will never forget and still keep in touch with...


Clarity way is a top notch rehab. Its holisitc , multi pronged approach to treating addiction is excellent. I learned many techniques to handle the stresses of daily life which is really important for...


I'm really glad that I made the choice to go to Clarity Way. The facility is beautiful and never had more than 20 clients during my 30 day treatment there. Days were filled with productive therapy gro...




I found this facility to be excellent in every way...the staff, the service, the facility, the grounds all exceeded my expectations.


Great experience; this has been my ninth treatment center and I finally feel back to myself and confident that I will lead a sober and more meaningful life. Great staff, small groups and food was grea...


I can not say enough good things about Clarity Way. The staff are wonderful, the accommodations and food are terrific. I have dietary restrictions and the chefs went out of their way to make delicious...


I was recommended Clarity Way by a former client. The first thing I noticed was how the program respected you as a human. Your contact to the outside world was not taken away (you keep your phone, com...


Highly Recomend!


Clarity Way has given me the most phenomenal experience in starting my recovery journey. The staff and facility is impeccable. The variety of resources provided, as well as the extensive approach to t...


Clarity way has a well blended medical and holistic way of dealing with many types of addictions and not just drugs and alcohol. It allows you to be a better person, father, employee, boss, and spouse...


had a great over all experience don't really feel ready to leave but I am grateful


Clarity way was a disappointment to our family. From non functioning breathalyzer’s to inexperienced therapists and frankly therapists that did not strengthen the bond between addict and family.... ...


The facility is great, but not all the promises are kept and they are extremely money hungry. They seem to ridiculously inflate costs and their billing process is horrible. They charged one person the...


One of the very few rehabs that you can trust when you look at their website and talk to their staff . You actually get what you were seeing and being told . They treat you like an adult who just want...


I won't give any opinions. The facts speak clearly. My son was discharged from Clarity Way on October 11, 2018 after 20 days of rehabilitation for alcoholism. Two days later, Friday Oct 13 he disappea...


I spent 6 weeks here in 2014 and I'm still sober. The individual and group therapies really helped me figure out why I was drinking. The music and art therapies were fun. I ate way too much comfort fo...


My husband spent 30 days there and emerged a new man with many of his issues under control. As much as it was hard work and difficult to be away from family, he almost enjoyed it due to the luxurious ...


The center was looks and seems great. However they leave the patients with no real after care plan. My wife suffers from extreme anxiety. They stripped her of all her meds and when she left the cen...


The clinical team is excellent and is providing excellent services. BUT, the meals and nutrition at the facility misses every mark. Nutrition is the foundation for a sound recovery and it is overlooke...


Great Doctor


This facility to the naked eye seems like it would change someone\'s life around for the good. This is not the case. My fiancé of 11 years went to change his life around for our children. That did no...


CW literally saved my life. I had \"tried\" LVGRN, a 12-Step \"factory rehab\" several years ago. 12 steps down your throat….\"you are powerless, powerless, powerless\". Not for me. And with 3 guys...


I stayed at Clarity Way for 17 days. It was a total waste of $30,000. It was understaffed, the lone doctor was not on site. I developed the worst insomnia of my life. They keep telling you that it\'s...


Great support for clients, one on one sessions were very good, but the food wasn't the best. They offered better counseling I think than other facilities. They included the family in some of the sess...


that it was close to home but when the money runs out so do you. They for me need to be more understanding.


Caring. It has helped us a lot.


Very high quality, luxury treatment.


Strengths: Holistic. Weaknesses: Not much to do on down time. I can be slightly boring at times. Should do some team building excersizes. I felt the detox portion was done very well. I also felt the c...


We have an amazing Utilization Review team for those clients utilizing their out-of-network benefits for substance abuse treatment.


Strengths: upscale, safe Weaknesses: offerings promised verbally and listed on the website are not the case. once you are there you are stuck and have to deal with the discrepancies. chronic pain tre...


Great place. I credit them with turning my child\'s life around and putting him on the road to recovery. Really like their approach of getting the individual healthy through good nutrition and the oc...


Very bad experience


Treatment was very effective; it was a good facility.


The staff was wonderful. It is very relaxed but a little pricey. I was displeased with the aftercare in my area.




The facility was nice and provided many therapy options. However, I disliked a lot of the nursing staff.


This place is a joke.


A loved one of mine was sent to Clarity Way about eight months ago and I have to say how a hard experience and a dreaded trip became so pleasant by visiting Clarity Way. It's such a great facility and...


They don't force you into the 12 steps. Music and art therapy were great. There's a swimming pool. It's been almost a year since I spent 6 weeks there. I haven't had a drink and I don't even feel the ...


Of the more than 10 rehabs that my son went to, this was by far the best, based not only on their compassion but their various treatment modalities.


When the money runs out - so do they. No compassion once you've spent everything you have. They had a great level of care but were very expensive. They could provide no assistance. So we drained my 40...

Areas of Focus
Expert Medical Care

Clarity Way’s treatment team is able to handle complex medical cases. The onsite physician and medical team are specially trained to detox and treat people with a variety of issues such as methadone addiction, painkiller addiction, diabetes, PICC lines, infections, disabilities, polypharmacy addictions, and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Individualized Treatment

With a small client population, a wide variety of traditional and alternative therapies, and regular individual therapy, clients receive highly personalized treatment. Clarity Way’s clinicians work with each client to tailor treatment to their particular needs.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Robert Matylewicz, DO, ABAM
    Robert Matylewicz, DO, ABAM - Medical Director

    Dr. Matylewicz is a board-certified addiction medicine physician, Diplomate to the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM) and Diplomate of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOSP). He is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Society (POMA) and American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Certified in healthcare management, Dr. Matylewicz is also an Associate Professor at two medical colleges in the United States. He received his Doctor in Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1996. After serving in the U.S. Army, Dr. Matylewicz opened a medical practice in southern Pennsylvania. He treats all aspects of addiction medicine with an interest in prescription opiate dependence. His past roles have also including national speaking tours providing education about pharmaceuticals and serving on several medical advisory boards. Dr. Matylewicz has a tremendous passion for helping those struggling with addiction and he is exceptional in his caring and compassionate interactions with Clarity Way clients.

  • Photo of David Poleno, MSW, TEP
    David Poleno, MSW, TEP - Therapist

    David has over 35 years of hands-on experience as a Psychotherapist, providing both individual and group therapy sessions. His field of expertise lies in Psychodrama, which he utilizes in both individual and group settings. Through Psychodrama, David is able to expose clients to a new way of viewing themselves and their decisions through a very specialized medium. Psychodrama assists in effectively addressing the underlying issues of those clients struggling with dual diagnosis and process addictions, as well as clients who have experienced trauma. David has his Masters of Social Work (MSW) and is also a Certified Trainer, Educator, and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy (TEP).